Learning about myself and gaining an understanding as to why I think or do things the way I do helps me appreciate myself and who I am as well as being aware to the differences of others around me, in this instance, my coworkers. Learning about each others personalities helps build stronger relationships as coworkers because we can get a broad understanding of how each of us is viewing things or how each of us might think about doing something in particular, the same concept applies to building upon already established friendships and even relationships especially. We participated in several activities in divided groups of our specific type of personality, for example, extraverts and inverts were in separate groups, these activities were designed for Lisa to observe us in the way we act or how we act in the activities to help determine and confirm what our characteristics were according to Myers Briggs. These activities helped me determine my own set of characteristics as an ESFJ, giving me an understanding of why I am the way I am and kind of putting a label on my personality type. In summary, I find the Myers Briggs training to be one of the most helpful training courses provided due to its insight of everyone’s personality type as well as your own and the reason why it is so helpful is because it helps improve cooperation between those involved because now you kind of understand where they are coming from and how you can approach them about specific manners and how you can explain things to them in order for them to comprehend it better. This training course is a very helpful tool in improving relationships between each other and I look forward to advancing the training throughout the summer.