PM Point of View #59: Psychometrics: Myers-Briggs and Beyond

By David Cooper, Ray Linder, Hile Rutledge, and PMI Washington, DC Chapter
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Know thyself. Then know your teammates. A key component of effective project management is teamwork, but that’s not always easy when you bring together people representing a range of ages, backgrounds, and values. There are steps PMs can take to engender a harmonious and, consequently, a productive work environment. Generally, it's better to address this issue earlier rather than later. To sort through the various assessment tools, and their corresponding philosophies and methodologies, Kendall Lott has gathered a round table of experts to talk about the benefits, how to use them, when to use them, and when not to use them.

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About the Speakers

David Cooper

David Cooper has been working in the learning and development industry since 1992 and joined Impact Americas team in 2008.  He works as Senior Consultant providing solution design, delivery expertise, and coaching to clients around the globe.

David’s primary focus is coaching leaders to develop increased leadership capacity via his expertise in Emotional Intelligence, Leading teams and team performance, Community Action Learning, Executive Coaching, and Mindfulness.  Tools and approaches that David specializes in include Emotional Intelligence ESCI & EQ-i, Hogan Assessments, Leading Organizational Transition, Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), the Impact Team Performance Inventory and the Impact VUCA-Q
 

Ray Linder

Ray Linder has worked with over 10,000 individuals across a range of clients that include Fortune 100 companies, the U.S. Army and Air Force, government agencies, and major universities, doing personal coaching, leadership development, and team building programs and services that help people be themselves with more skill.
His specialties include Strength Deployment Inventory® and Core Strengths™ Master Facilitator, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Master Practitioner, Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0™ Certified Facilitator, Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicator, and more.

Hile Rutledge

Hile Rutledge is President and Principal consultant at OKA, a training, consulting and publishing firm headquartered near Washington DC.  Hile is an experienced organization development consultant, trainer, executive coach, author, and public speaker with a background in management, sales, adult education and leadership development.
Hile’s primary area of expertise is the establishment and exercise of self-awareness leading to greater communication, decision making, leadership and team performance. Among the tools/approaches in which Hile specializes are the EQ-i2.0 (Emotional Intelligence), the Pearman Personality Integrator, the MBTI assessment (Psychological Type) and generational cohort theory (using his book, Generation Translation). 

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