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MBTI St. Stephens

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Danielle Dolin-Bane

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Transcript of MBTI St. Stephens

B
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T
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Tonight we will discover:
Individual preferences
Vestry preferences
How to play on and watch out for those preferences
Take the opportunity to confirm (or deny) indicated preferences

There were NO right or wrong answers

Developed based on Carl Jung's psychological theory
About
preferences
, like which hand you use to write
Believed preferences generally stay the same but how we see them changes
Two Primary Mental Processes

How we Gather Information
How we Make Decisions
Jung's Big Ideas
Orientation of Energy
Focus on the outer world of things, people, and events
Focus on the inner world of thoughts, feelings and reflections
Using Jung's Theory Today
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Extraversion
Communicate by talking
Work out ideas via talking
Learn through doing/discussion
Broad interests
Sociable and expressive
Readily take on initiative in work and relationships
May not be aware of their inner world
Introversion
Communicate through writing
Work out ideas through reflection
Learn through reflection and mental "practice"
Focus in depth on interests
Private, contained
Take initiative when issue is important
May not be aware of the outer world
E/I
Sensing
Oriented toward present realities
Need facts, concrete information
Focus on real, actual
Observe and recall specifics
Build carefully and thoroughly toward conclusions
Understand ideas through practice application
Trust experience
Intuition
Oriented toward future possibilities
Imaginative and verbally creative
Focus on patterns and meanings in data
Recall specifics, when they relate to pattern
Move quickly to conclusions, follow hunches
Want to clarify ideas before using them
Trust inspiration
S/N
Thinking
Analytical
Use cause and effect reasoning
Solve problems with logic
Strive for an objective standard of truth
Reasonable
Can be tough-minded
Fair--want all treated equally
Feeling
Empathetic
Guided by personal values
Assess impacts of decisions on people
Strive for harmony and positive interactions
Compassionate
May appear tenderhearted
Fair-want everyone treated as an individual
T-F
Judging
Scheduled
Organized their lives
Systematic
Methodical
Make short- and long-term plans
Like to have things decided
Try to avoid last-minute stresses
Perceiving
Spontaneous
Flexible
Casual
Open-ended
Adapt, change course
Like things loose and open to change
Feel energized by last-minute pressures
J-P
WHAT IS YOUR TYPE?
Norms in the US
E, S, T, and J the cultural norms
I, N, F and P are less preferred
Close? Tied? Some environmental pressure is likely
2/3 to 3/4 of a group will agree

For St Stephens Vestry 2015
Perception
Sensing
Intuition
Judgment
Thinking
Feeling
What would it be like if the entire Vestry shared your preferences?

What would St. Stephens be like?
St. Stephens Vestry 2015
Most Frequent Preference
I--Introvert
N--Intuitive
F--Feeling
J--Judging
What challenges exist for working with a group whose overall type is not your own?

What actions could you take to work together effectively?
S-N Exercise
Look at the following picture for 1 1/2 minutes, in silence, and then be prepared to share with the group what you think you have been looking at
Preference for S
Describe the concrete features (color, shapes, etc.)
Then they try to make sense out of the shapes – object sense
We can usually agree with the interpretations of the shapes.

Preference for N
Interpret the picture, seeing possibilities or meanings that are connected to the individual
They often make up a story about the picture
There is often an all-encompassing meaning or message.
Conclusions?

Same image for all.

Who is correct?

Great reminder that there are many ways to see
the same thing.
T-F Exercise

You have been invited to a party with a partner or close friend.

Your partner arrives ready to go and your self-talk response to what s/he is wearing is "Oh no! You can't go in that!!"

What do you do in that situation?
T’s are typically about achieving goal – the partner/friend changes clothes or they don’t go.
T’s are frank and direct when stating their views about the clothing.


F’s often take more of an "It's okay" or "Who cares?" approach about the clothing.
F’s are more concerned about embarrassing the person, and would prefer to take a tactful, indirect approach.
Conclusions?


T's look for faults and helpfully point them out.
F's look for the positives and share those.

Which approach is the best?
The Lugubrious Game by Salvador Dali, 1929.
J-P Exercise
How do you plan a vacation?
Conclusions?
J's form negative opinions of P's
P's have to morph into J's to get through a workday successfully
J's pay a big stress price for their need to have everything organized
Put your tray tables in the upright position to prepare for landing.

This concludes the first leg of your journey.



Thank you for allowing me to join you this evening. I wish you well on the rest of your journey!!!
Okay....enough with the presentation.

Let's do some work on our own....
less structured, less organized and more colorful.

Let's give Nathaniel and our strong N's a break!
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