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MBTI

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Shujing Zhang

on 30 July 2014

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Transcript of MBTI

Myers Briggs Type Indicator
I
ntrovert vs.
E
xtrovert

Group A v.s. Group B
Each group send one person to play the scenario
Each scenario contains the interactions between two MBTI personalities
GUESS which MBTI personalities they are
Candies!!!
Role Play
Reflection
reflection
ISTJ ( reserved, deliberate, pragmatic, responsible, hardworking)
responsible organizer
uphold tradition and follow regulations

ENFP (enthusiastic, creative, adaptable, changeable)
explore possibilities for themselves and other people
enjoy taking on creative or people-centered problems
REFLECTION
Different learning styles
Thank you!
Myers Briggs Type Indicator

S
ensing vs. i
N
tuitive
T
hinker vs.
F
eeler
J
udgment vs.
P
erception
Shujing Zhang, Zhenhuan jiA, cHUNMIAO wANG
for Adults' EVERYDAY INTERACTION
ISTJ (Calm, Stable, Cautious, Responsible and Conventional)

Taking deadlines and specifications very seriously
As leaders, ISTJs are clear about expectations and procedures.

An ideal work environment for an ISTJ is quiet, organized, and structured, with rules and regulations t
hat are well established and clearly adhered to by all.
INFP (Artistic, Reflective, Careless, Sensitive, Flexible, and Appreciative)
Imaginative idealists, guided by their own core values and beliefs.
As team members, INFPs are flexible and innovate thinkers, and are willing to consider almost any option
An ideal working environment for INFPs is allowing them to express their individuality in the way they work, and takes advantage of their ability to see unique solutions.
Extraversion/Introversion
describes approach to managing your energy level
Sensing/Intuition
describes your style of thinking about facts and ideas
Thinking/Feeling
describes your orientation to personal values
Judging/Perceiving
describes your approach to goals and time management

http://www.truity.com/view/types
ENTJ (Ambitious, Forceful, Optimistic, Egotistical, Adaptable, and Energetic)
Ambitious and interested in gaining power and influence.
They are characteristically ambitious, and often very engaged in their careers.
often have a strong focus on career, and so may spend limited time at home and with family.
often have a strong focus on career, and so may spend limited time at home and with family.
INFJ (Sincere, Sympathetic, Unassuming, Submissive, Easygoing, Reserved and Patient)
The Counselor has a unique ability to intuit others' emotions and motivations, and will often know how someone else is feeling before that person knows it himself.
They are guided by a deeply considered set of personal values.
they are encouraging of their partner's dreams, aspirations, and achievements. When it comes to their core values and ethics, they are unwilling to compromise.
They want a high degree of intimacy and emotional engagement,
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