Myers Briggs for Team Building

I’ve used the Myers Briggs tool for each project team I have led. The Myers Briggs tool is best used objectively.

1) With adherance to each type’s cognitive functions.

2) Each team members personal preference for taking in information.

3) Along with their approach to problem solving.

So important to get away from focusing on only the individual letters for each type when testing. This leads to errors in testing. Focus on the cognitive functions such as Te: Extraverted Thinking, or Si: Introverted Sensing.

Please also keep in mind that the stereotypes of introvert and extrovert are simply stereotypes. The leading cognitive function forms the introvert or extravert function. Not whether you enjoy staying home on Saturday nights.

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The 16 Personality Types from http://www.objectivepersonality.com

For instance, if your lead preference is Ne: Extraverted Intuition. The leading function in your Myers Briggs stack would be Ne. Your leading function (Ne) enables you to brainstorm many possibilities and predict multiple outcomes. One can imagine how powerful this skill would be on a project team.

I encourage everyone to check out the MBTI research at https://www.objectivepersonality.com

The research from Objective Personality is a great tool to find your type so that you can use your skills to their fullest in your profession.

In case you’re curious, I tested ENTJ. My cognitive functions from most used to least are: 

Hero: Extraverted Thinking

Parent: Introverted Intuition 

Tertiary: Extraverted Sensing

Inferior: Introverted Feeling

 

 

 

 

Leveraging a Flexible Project Management Workforce Webinar

The Project Management industry is moving towards a “GIG Economy”. A workplace style that includes freelancers.

I attended this http://PMOPart.com webinar presentation on 2/13/2019.

Visit PMOPart.com for more information on Project Management

Social Intelligence Webinar by Project Motivator

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Social Intelligence for Project Managers Webinar by Project Motivator.    January 16, 2019

Project Management is 90% communication. Social Intelligence (Focusing the message to reach others) is crucial for success in leading projects.

I attended Project Motivator’s Social Intelligence Webinar on January 16, 2019. For more information: https://www.alle4you.com

Tascha Halliburton Quoted On EpicFlow.Com

 

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Continue Reading: https://www.epicflow.com/top-engagement-drivers-for-better-project-success-in-2018/

Braathe Enterprises Marketing Project Plan


Tascha Halliburton Project Manager

Braathe Enterprises Marketing Project Plan (Click Image To View)

Background: Braathe Enterprises is a management consulting firm in Upstate New York that consists of several divisions including: Project Consulting & Training Workshops for entrepreneurs.

Scope: The project plan for Braathe Enterprises allowed my project team smooth execution of our goals. The project acquired 7 clients and recruited 30 interns.

Sustainable Solutions Client Branding Plan

Tascha Halliburton Project Manager

Sustainable Solutions Client Branding Plan (Click Image To View)

Background: Sustainable Solutions for Healthy Homes is a health and lifestyle brand founded by Michelle Przedwiecki. Positioned towards making the world a better place through finding sustainable solutions for families which empowers them to feel better physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Scope: This branding plan consists of brand concepts discussed during a meeting with the company’s founder. The founder’s main goal was a rebrand of the company. The branding plan served as a tool to achieve this aim.

Braathe Enterprises Marketing Project Network Diagram

Tascha Halliburton Project Manager

Braathe Enterprises Marketing Project Network Diagram (Click Image To View)

Background: Braathe Enterprises is a management consulting firm in Upstate New York that consists of several divisions including: Project Consulting & Training Workshops for entrepreneurs.

Scope: I created a Network Diagram to share with my project team. My project team were visual learners and this network diagram allowed them to see how their tasks and activities were useful to the project.