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Meyer-Briggs

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on 14 October 2013

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Transcript of Meyer-Briggs

WHAT AM I?
MEASURING YOUR PERSONALITY
FOUR PREFERENCE PAIRS
EXTRAVERSION VS. INTROVERSION
LIKES:
need socializing
like talking, playing, working with people
EXTRAVERTS
DISLIKES:
being alone...makes them feel lonely
WHAT THIS MEANS...
If an extravert finds themselves in a situation where they must work alone, they will want to take frequent breaks to chat with someone else. Extraverts are social prefering having lots of friends to having a few close friends.
INTROVERTS
LIKES
need space...both mental and physical
like doing activities with fewer people
reading or listening to their iPod
DISLIKES:
large crowds
group work
WHAT THIS MEANS...
Introverts tend to be terriorial. They need personal space and often like being alone. They can feel lonely in a crowd of people, especially strangers. They may like interacting with others, but it can drain them. They soon need to find a quiet place or quiet time to recharge.
THINKING VS. FEELING
THINKING
LIKES:
make decisions based on rule or rubrics
using logic to make choices
DISLIKES:
showing emotion
making decisions based on emotions
WHAT THIS MEANS...
Thinking types feel more comfortable making decisions/choices based on logic instead of their feelings.
They can sometimes be misunderstood as unfeeling when, in reality, they are just less likely to show their emotions.
They can consider feeling types illogical and soft-hearted.
rules, laws, criteria, principles and consistency would be words associated with thinking types.
FEELING
LIKES:
making personal choices
comfortable in the realm of feelings
express their emotions freely
judgments tend to be filled with words that refer to their feelings and emotions
WHAT THIS MEANS...
Feeling types always want to consider the people when making decisons involving people. This means that even when there are rules, punishing someone for breaking them would depend on why they did it. They feel uncomfortable applying rules universally without considering the circumstances.
They would consider thinking types inflexible.
Values, extenuating circumstances, and intimacy would be words associated with feeling types.
JUDGING VS. PERCEIVING
LIKES:
prefer closure
settling things
establish guidelines and deadlines
follow the guidelines and deadlines
getting things done no matter how long it takes
strong work ethic
outcome oriented
like to see a finished products
JUDGING
DISLIKES:
procrastination
unfinished business
indecision
WHAT THIS MEANS...
Judging types are not "judging types" because they are judgmental.
They just like to get things done. They feel satisfied when the task is completed.
They don't mind how long it takes or how tedious the work is...just as long as it gets done. They might see preceiving types as indecisive procrastinators. They can be impatient to make a decision. Planned, completed, deadline and closure would some words that would associated with judging types.
PERCEIVING
LIKES:
to gather as much data as they can before making a decision
often view deadlines as a suggestion and not a fixed date or time
the process over the product
strong play ethic
want to work to be fun
DISLIKES:
preliminary work
clean up
hard or tedious work
WHAT THIS MEANS...
Preceiving types are likely to put off making a decision for as long as possible. They are more interested in the process than actually finishing the task. Tasks that don't seem essential to the central task or final product are avoided, such as the planning or clean-up. They might consider judging types as rigid and inflexible, stressed out and too quick to make decisions. Flexible, open-minded, "wait and see" are words that can be associated with preceiving types.
INTUITION(N) VS. SENSATION
SENSATION TYPES
LIKES:
facts
history and the lessons learned from their past
to focus on what has actually happened
details
to follow through on a task
to keep going until they finish what they are doing
DISLIKES:
worrying about what might have been or what might be
theoretical
WHAT THIS MEANS...
Sensation types are grounded in reality. They want facts, trust facts, and remember facts. They will avoid theoretical situations. They believe experience is the best teacher. They notice and respond to specific details. They have a talent for seeing things as they are right now...and with exceptional accuracy. They are able to maintain their focus and complete a task. Practical, realistic, history and methodical are words that can be associated with sensation-preferring types.
INTUITION TYPES
LIKES:
metaphors, symbols and vivid imagery
fantasy & fiction
complex ideas and concepts
the idea of the future and what it holds for them
DISLIKES:
details
thinking in the present or past
realistic or factual entertainments
WHAT THIS MEANS...
Intuitives will often miss details, tending to see the "big picture". They don't like facts, so they often don't remember them. On the other hand, they often have a talent for understanding complex ideas and concepts. They are daydreamers who are more interested in the future than the present or past. They can get frustrated with the task at hand, and often abandon projects unfinished. Big picture, hypothetical, innovative are words that can be associated with intuitives.
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