OPP and Reed Smith are running a Legal Learning Network session for MBTI practitioners in London’s legal sector. Attendees from many different London law firms have been confirmed, all MBTI-qualified learning and development and HR professionals.
The workshop presents a fantastic networking opportunity and a chance to discover how deeper insights into the MBTI process can be used to support individuals in law firms through changing times.
MBTI Step II is already used by many UK and international law firms for leadership development. It builds on the MBTI Foundation Programme with in-depth insights about the unique way a person expresses their personality. It breaks the preference pairs into 20 specific behavioural facets, giving a broader type vocabulary, and a means of analysing how two people of the same MBTI type can differ. It also provides detailed development actions for effective communication, decision-making, tackling change and managing conflict.
Host Alicia Millar, EME Learning and Development Manager, at Reed Smith, comments:
“The Step II training will give delegates a deeper understanding of the theory and practice underlying the use of the MBTI framework in law firms. It is a further opportunity for people to take part in MBTI-specific training and engage in discussion around how existing knowledge of personality type can be expanded and applied."
Reed Smith represents many of the world's leading companies in high-stakes disputes, strategic transactions, and crucial regulatory matters, with an uncommon commitment to developing long-term client relationships by delivering quality service and value.
The Legal Learning Network MBTI Step II Qualifying Programme takes place on 17-18 February 2015 at Reed Smith, Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street, London, EC2A 2RS.