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Lowcountry Gig: Introvert or Extravert? iNtuitive or Sensing? Why It’s Important for Trainers to Care About Type

  • 02 May 2014
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Goodwill Industries, North Charleston, SC
  • 28


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Presented by:   Dr. Lyn Isbell, BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina



You're in a class, and a very peppy facilitator booms from center stage: "Good morning!" The room replies "Good morning," and the facilitator says, "Oh, you all can do better than that" -- encouraging the crowd to yell louder "Good morning." After all, this seems to get the students energized and pumped up for the exciting day of learning ahead.

Only one problem: the louder the group gets, the more introverts in the room are shutting down and bracing themselves to endure, rather than enjoy, the rest of the day.  Learn why is is important to know about type.


Participants will learn...

  • Why type matters -- especially I vs. E and S vs. N
  • Exploring differences between Introverts and Extraverts
  • Exploring differences between Sensing and Intuitive
  • Developing training to consider both I & E, S & N
  • Delivering training to consider both I & E, S & N
  • Epiphanies?

Speaker Bio:

Dr. Lyn Isbell has been teaching for nearly 40 years, starting with swimming lessons for children and adults. A professor of English, Humanities, Speech and Business Communications for 18 years, she was Director of Saint Leo College on the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and Department Chair of English and Humanities at Horry-Georgetown Technical College. She joined BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina as a Senior Training Specialist in 1998 and holds a number of corporate training certifications, including DDI and FranklinCovey. She is currently a Management Development Consultant and teaches behavioral courses for I/S Training at BlueCross. A lifelong student of human behavior, she is passionate about the power of understanding Myers-Briggs type when developing and delivering training






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