November 14, 2021 @ 10:15 am – 11:15 am Australia/Sydney
Our minds and bodies are intricately connected, and our brain’s main job is to keep us alive and safe from threats. In this interactive workshop, we will use an understanding of both the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, as well as research about how the mind and body are connected, to better understand unique stressors and ways to proactively and reactively respond to stress through both of these tools.
Developing a deeper understanding of stressors and how to recover from stress is important for self-understanding, leadership, and growth, as well as a key to understanding others. Leaders at all levels can use this information to help create psychologically safer spaces for their teams, which Google’s Project Aristotle found as one of the keys to team success. Stress is inevitable, but it is not the end of the story!
Katie is a MBTI Master Practitioner, coaching teams and leaders for 10 years. After earning two graduate degrees from Columbia University, teaching, leading high-performing teams, and working in the non-profit education space, Katie founded KJ Consulting Group, which continues to serve local and national organizations across the U.S. To support an ever-changing world as we navigate the pandemic, in 2020 Katie created the Myers Briggs: Beyond the Letters course, as well as a Mind-Body Journal to help navigate stress using mind-body connections.
This session is part of the AusAPT Online 2021 Conference. It’s just $100AU for AusAPT members, ILP members and APT reciprocal members and $150AU for guests for all 21 sessions.
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