Have you ever wondered why some people seem to think or act just like you do, versus those who seem to be a complete opposite? Or why we seem to ‘click’ with some but not with others? The science of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®) helps us to understand how to see ourselves – and those around us at work, home, and in social settings, too – through a different lens than we might have otherwise considered. Join us to find out why this instrument can be valuable for creating stronger teams, teaching self-awareness, and helping groups reach their full potential.
Karen Youngblood is the Executive Director of Customized Education at the University Of Central Oklahoma and is an alumnus of UCO, having graduated with her Masters in Adult Education and Training. A lifelong learner and ‘generation junkie’, she has extensive training in leadership, organizational development, coaching, public relations, real estate development, and other disciplines that have been central to her role as an innovative change agent in her career in corporate, non-profit, and public education worlds. She is also a Certified Myers-Briggs Practitioner and trains at companies to develop personal growth and professional skills in their employees.