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MBTI® Type and Neurodiversity with John Hackston
MBTI® Type and Neurodiversity with John Hackston

Wed, 22 May

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MBTI® Type and Neurodiversity with John Hackston

What is neurodiversity? How does it relate to psychological type? How can we use personality assessment to help neurodiverse people? Drawing on new and existing research and including practical guidelines, this session will answer these questions and more.

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22 May 2024, 19:00 – 20:30 BST

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We are excited to have John Hackston, the Head of Thought Leadership at the Myers-Briggs Company presenting on this important topic.

John will cover:  what is neurodiversity, how does it relate to psychological type, and how can we use personality assessment to help neurodiverse people? Drawing on new and existing research and including practical guidelines, this session will answer these questions and more.

A Chartered Psychologist, John has been a MBTI practitioner since 1997. As Head of Thought Leadership at The Myers-Briggs Company, he works to bring personality, particularly the MBTI® framework, to life, helping clients apply these insights both inside and outside work.

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