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WORKSHOP kits for type practitioners.

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Looking for ready-to-go, highest-quality type workshops that are filled with content and activities that have already been created, organized, and vetted for you, so all you have to do is deliver them?  You've come to the right place! These workshop kits will give you the confidence to deliver a variety of type workshops that are substantive, impactful, and fun.  Based on Patrick Kerwin's 25+ years of experience using type with teams and leaders, these workshop kits are filled with refined, application-oriented content and tried-and-true activities that work. Each workshop kit comes with a Leader’s Guide that includes:
  • An easy-to-follow script, complete with thumbnail photos of accompanying slides, to use as a guide for delivering the workshop, either in-person or virtually
  • Clear instructions for facilitating and debriefing activities, with special note for facilitating and debriefing activities virtually
  • The likely responses for each type group in each activity, allowing you to fill in the gaps for any type group that isn't represented
  • Suggestions for preparing for your workshop
  • A workshop timeline
  • An accompanying presenter's slide deck, complete with animated bullets, along with a separate handout deck for participants
Descriptions for each of the workshop kits are below, and the order form is at the bottom of this page. 

This 2-for-1 workshop kit includes materials for facilitating team building workshops, and separate-but-related materials for facilitating leadership development workshops. Both workshops are activity-driven and focused on practical applications of type to situations that teams and leaders encounter every day. Your participants will leave with tips and techniques that they can put to use right away, along with new understanding and insights about their own type and the types of others.

The “Type and Team Building” workshop kit includes a 40-page Leader’s Guide with activities, along with 48 ready-to-go slides for you to use in the workshop, participant handouts, an MBTI administration instructions email template, and more. Designed to be delivered in 4 hours (with flexibility to expand or contract), the “Type and Team Building” workshop includes these topics:

  • An overview of the framework of type and of the 8 type preferences
  • A review of the MBTI report and the Preference Clarity Index
  • Answers to FAQs about type, such as, “Does type change?”
  • Applying type to how the team interacts with each other
  • Getting to Best-Fit Type
  • Analyzing the team’s type distribution
  • Three bonus activities to use for longer workshops or for a second team-building workshop

The “Type and Leadership Development” workshop kit includes a 47-page Leader’s Guide with activities, along with 69 ready-to-go slides for you to use in the workshop, participant handouts, an MBTI administration instructions template, and more. This workshop is designed as two parts, each 3 hours long (with flexibility to expand or contract). 

Part I includes these topics:

  • An overview of the framework of type and of the 8 type preferences
  • A review of the MBTI report and the Preference Clarity Index
  • Answers to FAQs about type, such as, “Does type change?”
  • Applying type to communicating, presenting information, giving feedback, and motivating others
  • Getting to Best-Fit Type

Part II includes these topics:

  • Picking up on type clues in others
  • Using type to influence others
  • Using type when making decisions
  • Analyzing “Leader Type” vs “Best-Fit Type”

Cost for the “Type and Team Building” and “Type and Leadership Development” workshop kit is $550 (USD), which includes a half-hour phone or virtual consultation session with Patrick Kerwin to answer any questions you have about the materials or about delivering type and team building or leadership development workshops. The “Type and Team Building” and “Type and Leadership Development” Leader’s Guides, slide decks, handouts, and accompanying materials will be sent to you via email within 24 hours of your order. 

How does type influence what people need to engage in change? What keeps certain types stuck in the change process, and what gets them moving through it? How can type be used when designing and implementing change? The “Type and Change” workshop kit answers these questions and more, and prepares you to lead impactful workshops on type and change that will help your participants navigate change more effectively.

The “Type and Change” workshop kit includes a 19-page Leader’s Guide with activities, along with 33 ready-to-go slides for you to use in the workshop. Designed to be delivered in 2 hours, 30 minutes (but with flexibility to expand or contract), the “Type and Change” workshop includes these topics:

  • How to use type when designing and implementing change
  • Using type to analyze a change event
  • The quadrants of type and how they impact what people need during change
  • The Bridges Model of Transition and how it relates to the quadrants of type
  • What keeps different types stuck in change and what gets them moving through it
  • How to lead different types through change

Your Leader’s Guide also includes:

  • An easy-to-follow script to use as a guide for delivering the workshop, either in-person or virtually
  • Clear instructions for facilitating activities, with special note for facilitating activities virtually
  • Activity debrief information, including the likely responses for each type group in each activity, allowing you to fill in the gaps for any type group that isn’t represented
  • Suggestions for preparing for your workshop
  • A workshop timeline

Cost for the “Type and Change” workshop kit is $450 (USD), which includes a half-hour phone or virtual consultation session with Patrick Kerwin to answer any questions you have about the materials or about delivering type and change workshops. The “Type and Change” Leader’s Guide, slide deck, handouts, and accompanying materials will be sent to you via email within 24 hours of your order. 

The impact of stress on type is one of the most fascinating and useful  applications of type – and it can also be one of the most complex.  But the good news is, you don’t have to be an expert in the complexities of type dynamics to deliver type and stress workshops!  You do, however, need workshop materials that have distilled those complexities into activities and information that you can facilitate with confidence and ease, and that participants can put to practical use.  The “Type and Stress” workshop kit does exactly that!                   

The “Type and Stress” workshop kit includes a 25-page Leader’s Guide with activities, along with 41 ready-to-go slides for you to use in the workshop.  Designed to be delivered in 3 hours (but with flexibility to expand or contract), the “Type and Stress” workshop includes these topics:            

  • Defining stress as it relates to type
  • An introduction to and overview of the dominant and inferior functions of each type
  • What triggers stress for each type
  • The mechanics of what happens to type under stress
  • What happens to each type as they head into stress, and what happens when they’re fully “in the grip”
  • Using type to analyze a stress event
  • Identifying what we need when we’re “in the grip”
  • The role of stress experiences in our development

Your Leader’s Guide also includes:             

  • An easy-to-follow script to use as a  guide for delivering the workshop, either in-person or virtually
  • Clear instructions for facilitating activities, with specific notes for facilitating activities virtually
  • Activity debrief information, including the likely responses for each type group in each activity, allowing you to fill in the gaps for any type group that isn’t represented
  • Suggestions for preparing for your workshop
  • A workshop timeline            

Cost for the “Type and Stress” workshop kit is $550 (USD), which includes a half-hour phone or virtual consultation session with Patrick Kerwin to answer any questions you have about the materials or about delivering type and stress workshops.  The “Type and Stress” Leader’s Guide, slide deck, handouts, and accompanying materials will be sent to you via email within 24 hours of your order. 

Examining conflict through a type lens can help your participants have more productive and less-stressful conflict interactions.  The “Type and Conflict” workshop kit will give you everything you need to help your participants integrate type knowledge into the conflict situations they encounter.  

The “Type and Conflict” workshop kit includes a 23-page Leader’s Guide with activities, along with 41 ready-to-go slides for you to use in the workshop.  Designed to be delivered in 4 hours (but with flexibility to expand or contract), the “Type and Conflict” workshop includes these topics:

  • Different modes for handling conflict, and how those modes relate to type
  • How each preference can cause conflict with its opposite, and how to improve conflict interactions between the two
  • Over-using preferences in conflict situations
  • Using type to navigate conflict situations
  • Conflict do’s and don’ts
  • Conflict and the function pairs
  • Using type to analyze a conflict experience            

Your Leader’s Guide also includes:

  • An easy-to-follow script to use as a  guide for  delivering the workshop, either in-person or virtually
  • Clear instructions for facilitating activities, with specific notes for facilitating activities virtually
  • Activity debrief information, including the likely responses for each type group in each activity, allowing you to fill in the gaps for any type group that isn’t represented
  • Suggestions for preparing for your workshop
  • A workshop timeline            

Cost for the “Type and Conflict” workshop kit is $450 (USD), which includes a half-hour phone or virtual consultation session with Patrick Kerwin to answer any questions you have about the materials or about delivering type and conflict workshops.  The  “Type and Conflict” Leader’s Guide, slide deck, handouts, and accompanying materials will be sent to you via email within 24 hours of your order. 

Whether you’re working with people who are choosing a career, changing  careers, or looking to optimize their current career, type can be an important part of  the conversation.  But what role should type play, what are its limitations, and what are the best techniques to use with different types when having career conversations with them?

The 17-page “Using Type in Career Conversations” Resource Guide will help guide  you in how to use  type both effectively and ethically in career conversations, and also will give you a  variety of activities and discussion topics to use in  those conversations.  Included in your Resource  Guide are:

  • What’s true about type and careers and what’s not
  • Analyzing “Work type” versus “Best-Fit Type”
  • How functions pairs relate to career purpose
  • How functions pairs relate to a person’s preferred work environment
  • How the dominant function relates to the focus of work
  • How type development can influence the career journey
  • Do’s and Don’ts for techniques to use and not use with each of the 16 types

Cost for the  “Using Type in Career Conversations” Resource Guide is $250 (USD), which includes a half-hour phone or virtual consultation session with Patrick Kerwin to answer any questions you have about using type in career conversations.  Your Resource Guide will be emailed to you within 24 hours of your order.

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