November 1 - MBTI Type Dynamics - At the heart of Jung's theory of psychological Type are the four mental functions: Sensing, iNtuition, Thinking and Feeling. Jung's full theory implies more complexity and richness, however, by suggesting that each function has an extraverted and introverted expression, which changes the experience, if not the look and sound of each function. Type Dynamics refers to the interrelationship among the four cognitive functions in a psychological Type. In this session, we will determine your dominant (preferred), auxiliary, tertiary and inferior functions. Knowing this, you can then begin to "grow" those functions that you may currently avoid.
November 8: Breaking the Ice - Ice breakers can be an effective way of starting a training session or team-building event. But have you ever been to an event when the ice breaker went poorly? Just as a great session can smooth the way for a great event, a well executed ice breaker can launch an event towards a great start. As a facilitator, the secret of a successful icebreaking is to keep it simple. In this workshop we will engage in icebreakers, warm-ups, and energizers that you can use in workshops, presentations and staff meetings. Participants will leave confident in what components make an icebreaker successful and will understand how to make icebreakers both fun and relevant.
- Oct 21: Advanced AACP Overview (TD2144)
- Oct 25: JMU Student Life (TD2034)
- Oct 25: The Art of Influencing Others (TD2071)
- Oct 26: Leadership for Supervisors Series (TD1509)
- Oct 27: Better Living Through Negativity (TD1975)
- Oct 27: What Every JMU Supervisor Needs to Know (TD2104)
- Oct 28: Event Planning at JMU: Everyone Can Benefit (TD1006)
- Oct 31: Workplace Substance Abuse Management for Supervisors (TD1398)
- Nov 1: How to Prepare for an Active Shooter Event (TD2100)
- Nov 1: MBTI Type Dynamics (TD1260)
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