Danielle Poirer is the creator of the award winning Magnificent 16. She is also an independent senior consultant and trainer who specialises in fostering and leveraging diversity as a means towards creativity and sustainability of teams and businesses.
I've authored and produced the Magnificent 16, an interactive software program that illustrates the sixteen psychological types described by I. Myers and K. Briggs with videos of both experts and neophytes talking about what it feels like to be their type. The videos are accompanied with creative vignettes that describe the personalities structure, purpose and core needs, as well as an original musical soundtrack. It won the Association for Psychological Type International's Innovation award.
Vision: Both (the product and the training I have developed) help to create understanding and compassion in everyday work, play and family relationships, as well as a better sense of self and others.
Bio: Danielle is an independent senior consultant and trainer who specialises in fostering and leveraging diversity as a means towards creativity and sustainability of teams and businesses. Danielle established the training department across Canada for Psychometrics Canada, the exclusive distributor of the MBTI®. She became the first Canadian member of the Association for Psychological Type’s international faculty, and she adapted, delivered and coordinated the qualifying program across Canada in both official languages. She has qualified thousands of professionals in the use of the MBTI® since the late 80s. She is still delivering the French program.
Danielle was awarded the APTi Innovation Award 2009 for The Magnificent 16, an interactive learning media for Type. She has been the keynote speaker at various professional conferences, including the British Association for Psychological Type (2012), the New Zealand Association for Psychological Type (2005) and the South African Association of Psychological Type.