Mentors & Partners Group Management Training 2019-2020

Developing managerial skills based on knowledge of personality types.

The programme for the Mentors & Partners Group behaviour-based management training course centres on identifying participants’ complex personality types. The training does not develop management tools, strategies and skills or improve on weaknesses. Instead, it equips participants with real and practical management tools by defining specific strengths/weaknesses in the managers’ personalities. The course also introduces the management personality type chart, which significantly increases team cohesion and takes effective cooperation to a new level. The training course also includes personality type analysis of the managers’ subordinates and the teams. As a result, participants are able to use the knowledge they have acquired immediately in their everyday work within their own teams to motivate staff and resolve inter-generational conflicts.


Length: 3 x 1 day
Duration: 8 hours per day
No. of participants: maximum of 10

Identifying complex personality types (4 main types / 12 subtypes). Creating a personality type chart for yourselves, your team and the management.

Detailed knowledge of the personality types

  • Learning about the 4 main types and 12 subtypes.
  • Defining and differentiating between personality types
  • Identifying your own personality type
  • Identifying others’ personality types

Defining complex personality types in business

  • Identifying the 4 main types /12 subtypes and their characteristics in the business world
  • The decision-making processes of different personality types
  • The behavioural mechanisms of different personality types
  • Managing the decision-making processes of different personality types

Creating an effective team

  • Analysing the team currently managed by the participants
  • Defining main focal points within the team
  • Creating profiles for different roles
  • Defining the strengths and weaknesses of the current team

Using complex personality type analysis in specific managerial tasks. Creating a system of incentives and understanding and handling generational differences.

Personality types vs Masks

  • 4 main types / 12 subtypes: common masks
  • Mechanisms to break down masks
  • Communication with the real personality via the mask
  • Assessing and managing stressful situations


  • 4 main types / 12 subtypes: how to motivate them
  • Planning a specific reward system
  • Identifying fundamental errors
  • Designing the team’s motivational chart

Understanding different generations

  • Defining generational factors
  • Designing a generational chart for your own team
  • Understanding generational differences
  • Handling inter-generational conflicts

Applying behaviour-based managerial skills in practice and creating a system of tools to be used by managers.

Points of influence

  • Getting to know your own managerial personality
  • Motivating your current team
  • How to be assertive in the team
  • Management techniques and tools
  • Developing concrete suggestions for improvement with the participants

Designing the manager’s practical package

  • Planning specific changes within the current team
  • Defining the new personality types required for developing the business
  • Defining the immediate changes needed to develop the business
  • Compiling the first concrete plan of action


  • Understanding the economic situation in Hungary based on behaviour
  • Assessment of management vs current economic situation based on present
  • Evaluating Hungarian consumers according to personality type
  • Modern business approaches

Manager’s action plan

  • Creating a specific individual action plan, putting the knowledge gained on the training course into practice
  • Defining changes to be made based on personality types
  • Developing a personalised implementation plan for each participant


The modern business world has moved on from the conventional approach to team-building, and new methods are now being used. Instead of traditional team-building events which involve going away for several days, and which participants generally think are pointless and too long, managers are now opting for shorter programmes lasting 4-6 hours which are tailored to the personality of the team and focus on harmonising the company’s goals with those of individual employees. You can read more about the approach and advantages of modern teambuilding by clicking on Read more.