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This website by David Boje at NMSU contains a teaching module called, "Leadership Out of the Box." Go to his main website, then find the Teaching Resources box. Click on Myers-Briggs. That will take you to the module. It contains an on-line self-assessment, along with an assignment for understanding different dimensions of...
This website by David Boje at NMSU contains a teaching module called, "Leadership Out of the Box." Go to his main website, then find the Teaching Resources box. Click on Myers-Briggs. That will take you to the module. It contains an on-line self-assessment, along with an assignment for understanding different dimensions of leadership. The assessment is conducted on-line, using the Myers-Briggs indicator
I would definitely use parts of this website in the future in classes on leadership and perhaps creative studies and technology. The sense of humor is great. Some of the background on leadership might need full explanation before the parody presented, but it gives students a chance to see theories with a different critical eye. There are many activities with applications in many subjects.
The site can be complicated unless you use the sidebar menu. I like the interactive syllabus.
4 years ago
The author's website provides an efficient way for students to assess their MBTI results in an online environment.
The site functions well. The graphics are a bit "busy" but it is still easy to find what you need.
6 years ago
I wasn't crazy about the appearance of this site. The site seemed jumbled and written in different fonts and colors. It wasn't pleasing to read, but it is well worth the information provided. I especially liked the leadership assessments. I plan on using this in an upcoming class. It pretty much has everything I need in one location.