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Using MBTI to understand your stress triggers

Using MBTI personality type to understand your stress triggers, what happens when your stressed, and how to get back in balance
The Careers Service, 56 Banbury Road
Saturday, 11 November 2017
3.00pm to 5.00pm
Organised by: 
Careers Service
Free to alumni

Alumna, Dr Penny Moyle (Experimental Psychology, 1991, Nuffield) and CEO of OPP Ltd (the Myers Briggs company) will give a masterclass in stress management.

Modern life is inherently busy and sometimes gets stressful, but how this plays out for each of us is different. In this masterclass, Penny Moyle will use the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) personality framework to describe how, when we get too busy, an over-reliance on our strengths means we lose balance and stop performing at our best – and if we push the limits further, things can really boil over and feel out of control. An awareness of how this process operates for ourselves and those around us, can help us avoid, survive, and even master the effects of stress.

To get the most out of this class it would be useful to know your 4-letter MBTI personality type, but not essential.

This event is run by the Careers Service