GS1.1 – Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Assessment and 90-minute Feedback Session


This programme of development offers a supportive learning space to develop leadership identity, capacity, and capability to influence organisational and patient outcomes.

Aim of the Florence Nightingale Foundation Leadership Programme

To develop nursing, midwifery and allied healthcare professional leadership identity, capacity and capability to influence organisational and patient outcomes at a local, systems, national and international level of healthcare delivery. 

Learning Outcomes

  • To introduce concept of self and impact of self on others through the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
  • To explore the MBTI preference pairs and apply concepts to self through a range of experiential learning exercises 
  • To consider the outcome of MBTI self-assessment and questionnaire to identify areas for personal and team development


Kings Fund Facilitation Team

April 2023

Please book a feedback session individually by emailing [email protected].

Instructions for the session and pre-reading material. 

A prerequisite for this workshop is that you will be asked to complete an MBTI personality questionnaire, which will inform you on your personality preferences and support your leadership development over the duration of the programme.  Please complete this questionnaire before your welcome day.  

Guidance for completing the questionnaire:

  • Please complete this alone in a quiet environment where you cannot be disturbed
  • Please answer the questions as instinctively as possible
  • Please try and answer as an individual without any influence of work or home life

**MBTI Questionnaire to be completed prior to the workshop. Please check your SPAM/JUNK folder for an email from the Myers Briggs Company**

You will receive your results at the feedback session with The Kings Fund.

Special events:  

Team FNF would like to invite you onto join them and the International Global Scholars with a traditional Afternoon team from 3pm on the 19 July 2023 at the Royal Society of Medicine 1 Wimpole Street London W1G 0AE. 

You are also invited to a special dinner at the RSM on the 25 July 2023 at 7pm with Team FNF and your global colleagues.  

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