G(irls)20 Summit gets MBTI insights
Delegates at the 2019 G(irls)20 Summit will use MBTI Step II insights to help their leadership development
The Summit is a non-profit organization that helps to develop a new generation of female leaders – and the Myers-Briggs assessment is part of that journey
G(irls)20 helps young women to be at the centre of decision-making in the business and public sectors around the world.
The Summit is now in its 10th year – it was established at the Clinton Global Initiative in 2009 – and brings young female delegates from each of the G20 nations together for ‘a week of leadership training, social enterprise development and mentoring by female leaders. At the end of the week, delegates will deliver a Communiqué highlighting policies to promote young women’s economic inclusion to Ambassador Koji Tomita, Japan’s G20 Sherpa.’ (source: www.girls20.org)
Before the summit starts, delegates take part in leadership development training delivered by Norton Rose Fulbright, one of the world’s largest law firms. This is where the MBTI Step II assessment is used.
We’re delighted that the MBTI instrument plays a role in such a valuable initiative.
This year’s G(irls)20 Summit is in Tokyo, Japan, May 29. Agenda topics include Young Women’s Labour Inclusion, Health and Mental Health, and Female Entrepreneurship and STEM – find out more about the organization and the 2019 event.