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Myers Briggs Presentation

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Myers - Briggs Think about your family?.......

Who is the most social?

Who is the quietest?

Who is the neatness freak?

Who is the most passionate?

Who is the most logical? Think about your family?.......

Who is the most social?

Who is the quietest?

Who is the neatness freak?

Who is the most passionate?

Who is the most logical? Write your name on the top of the following blank page…. Now switch hands and write your name again…..

What was the difference? Created in the 1940’s by Isabel Briggs-Myers and her mother, Katharine Briggs.

Together they developed their model and inventory around the ideas and theories of Swiss physician-psychologist Carl Jung, a contemporary of Sigmund Freud. We tend to assume unconsciously that other people’s minds work in the same principles as our own.

All too often the people we interact with do not reason as we reason, do not value things we value, or are not interested in what interests us. So…….. We want to learn more about personality types so that we can
expect specific differences in specific people and to cope with
the people and their differences more constructively than we
otherwise could. In her studies of people and extensive reading of Jung's theories, Myers concluded there were four primary ways people differed from one another. She labeled these differences "preferences" - drawing a similarity to "hand preferences" to illustrate that although we all use both of our hands, most of us have a preference for one over the other and "it" takes the lead in many of the activities in which we use our hands. Just like we tried earlier. “So what do all those cryptic MBTI code letters mean?” Our Element Source of Energy I Introvert Characteristics
Think/reflect first, then Act
Regularly require an amount of "private time" to recharge
batteries
Motivated internally, mind is sometimes so active it is "closed" to outside world
Prefer one-to-one communication and relationships Our Element Source of Energy E Extrovert Characteristics
Act first, think/reflect later
Feel deprived when cutoff from interaction with the outside world
Usually open to and are motivated by outside world of people and things
Enjoy a wide variety of people and change in people relationships How people "Perceive" or take in information S Sensing Characteristics
Mentally live in the Now, attending to present opportunities
Using common sense and creating practical solutions is automatic-instinctual
Memory recall is rich in detail of facts and past events
Best improvise from past experience
Like clear and concrete information; dislike guessing when facts are "fuzzy" How people "Perceive" or take in information N Intuitive Characteristics
Mentally live in the Future, attending to future possibilities
Using imagination and creating/inventing new possibilities is automatic-instinctual
Memory recall emphasizes patterns, contexts, and connections
Best improvise from theoretical understanding
Comfortable with ambiguous, fuzzy data and with guessing its meaning. Identifies how people form "Judgments" or make decisions T Thinking Characteristics
Instinctively search for facts and logic in a decision situation.
Naturally notices tasks and work to be accomplished.
Easily able to provide an objective and critical analysis.
Accept conflict as a natural, normal part of relationships with people. Feeling Characteristics
Instinctively employ personal feelings and impact on people in decision situations
Naturally sensitive to people needs and reactions.
Naturally seek consensus and popular opinions.
Unsettled by conflict; have almost a toxic reaction to disharmony. F Identifies how people form "Judgments" or make decisions Describes how we deal with or relating with the Outside World J Judging Characteristics
Plan many of the details in advance before moving into action.
Focus on task-related action; complete meaningful segments before moving on.
Works and avoids stress by keeping ahead of deadlines.
Naturally use targets, dates and standard routines to manage life.
Structured Describes how we deal with or relating with the Outside World P Perceiving Characteristics
Comfortable moving into action without a plan; plan on-the-go.
Like to multitask, have variety, mix work and play.
Naturally tolerant of time pressure; work best close to the deadlines.
Instinctively avoid commitments which interfere with flexibility, freedom and variety
Unstructured Does knowing your Type fence you in? Not if you understand it. An understanding of type frees you in several ways. It gives you confidence in your own direction of development – the areas in which you can become excellent with most ease and pleasure. It can also reduce the guilt many people feel at not being able to do everything in life equally. Can you change your Type? Scores in the MBTI can be changed depending on how you answer the questions. Score changes can result in a report of a different type. Jung seemed to believe that each person has a true type that he or she may not yet have discovered. The true type does not change, although it may seem to, as one focuses on developing different mental processes at different stages of one’s life. Is everyone of the same Type alike? No. There are many individual types within each type. Some people are more differentiated, or at a higher level of type development than others. Even in well-developed types, there are big differences. Canada Statistics Extroverts 52% Introvert 48%
Sensing 55% Intuitive 45%
Thinking Feeling
Female 44 % Female 56 %
Male 73 % Male 27 %
Judging 56% Perceiving 44% Helps you choose a career.... Applications....How do you use this info? Deal with people and problems in your life Helps you understand your work habits Opposites can complement each other and see problems differently and offer different solutions NF NT Middle 2 Letters make a lot of difference in the kind of work you do best and enjoy most. Focus their attention on:
Possibilities

N And handle things with:
Personal Warmth

NF And handle these with:
Objective Analysis

NT Find satisfaction in:
Behavioral Sciences
Research
Religious Service
Art & Music
Health Care
Teaching Find satisfaction in:
Physical Science
Research
Management
Computers
Law
Engineering
Technical work SF ST Focus their attention on:
Realities

S SF And handle things with:
Personal Warmth

SF Find satisfaction in:
Health Care
Community Service
Teaching
Supervision
Office Work
Sales And handle these with:
Objective Analysis

ST Find satisfaction in:
Business
Administration
Banking
Law Enforcement
Construction
Production Group Discussion Based on your characteristics, how does this influence you at:


Home


Work


Relationships
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