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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator - professionals and adults
Transcript of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator - professionals and adults
Dr. Alan Mueller
Ed.D. Educational Leadership
Ed.S. Higher Education - Adult Education
M.A. College Student Development
B.A. Philoshopy & Religion
Certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Interpreter
Currently serves as Assistant Academic Dean for Career Development at Guilford College, where he has also engaged in institution-wide strategic planning.
Assistant Director of Student Programs at Appalachian State University
Dean of Freshmen/Director of Career Services/Orientation at Lees-McRae College
Husband of over 19 years - Father of two (Lily and Charlie)
Avid fan of Drum and Bugle Corps
Major Disney World Geek
Member of Kappa Kappa Psi and Iota Phi Theta
Where do you get your energy?
How do you perceive the world?
What is your social/organizational style?
How do I make judgement calls?
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I N F P
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Understanding the Myers-Briggs
Type Indicator in
Dr. Alan Mueller
What is your
How might it
What are type dynamics?
How do the ingredients
Working with others
Engagement and the Introvert-Extravert dichotomy
Talking type with others in ways that emphasize
How does your Inferior function
operate at work?
How does your inferior function
operate outside of work?
How can you help colleagues under stress?
Do you see others operating from
their juvenile blind spots?
Speaking the “language” of colleagues
A four step process in decision
Working with colleagues
Balancing native “type” languages to both
challenge and support your direct-reports
How to ask your supervisor for what
you need for your type
What preference is NOT
What preference IS
Natural tendency Home base
Our best foot forward
What 'type' IS
How our natural
operate in conjunction with each other, their order and psychological blind-spots.
Type is only a zip code... NOT an address!
(we are far more than our type)