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Myers Briggs Type Indicator

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Transcript of Myers Briggs Type Indicator

Myers Briggs Type Indicator
BACKGROUND OF MYERS-BRIGGS
1st developed by
Isabel Briggs Myers
and her mother
Katharine Cook Briggs
.
Katherine introduced
Jung's Psychological Types
to Isabel.
THEORY BEHIND THE MODEL
MBTI
-- most well-known personality model in the world

PERSONALITY TYPING
-- 1st developed by
Carl Jung
in the early 1920's

--
Jungian Personality Typing
most complex
view of human nature ever described
today it is quite difficult to attempt to understand Jung's writings on personality
(MBTI)
THEORY BEHIND THE MODEL
In the 1950's
Myer's and Briggs resurrected Jungian Personality Typing
- modified
- simplified the description
- and developed a psychometric called
"MYERS-BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR"
THEORY BEHIND THE MODEL :
4 Scales
"Our personality can be defined by dividing it into 4 independent preference areas or scales."
ENERGIZING
How a person is energized
ATTENDING
What a person pays attention to
DECIDING
How a person decides
LIVING
Lifestyle a person prefers
ENERGIZING
How a person is energized
Extraversion (E)
-preference for drawing energy from the outside world of people, activities, and things.
Introversion (I)

-preference for drawing energy from one's inner world of ideas, emotions, and impressions.
Sensing (S)

-preference for taking in information through the five senses and noticing what is actual.
Intuition (N)

-preference for taking in information through a "sixth sense" and noticing what might be.
ATTENDING
What a person pays attention to
Thinking (T)
-preference for organizing and structuring information to be decide in a logical, objective way.
Feeling (F)

-preference for organizing and structuring information to decide in a personal, values-based way.
DECIDING
How a person decides
Judging (J)

-preference for living a planned and organized life.
Perception (P)

-preference for living a spontaneous and flexible life.
LIVING
Lifestyle a person prefers
Myers Briggs Type Indicator
involves all the ways of becoming aware of:
things
people
happenings
ideas
Myers Briggs Type Indicator
MBTI
based on Jung's ideas
- perception
- judgment
- the attitudes in which these are used in different types of people
PERCEPTION
involves all the ways of coming to conclusions about what was perceived.
JUDGMENT
to identify...
from self-report of easily recognized reactions
the basic preferences of people in regard to perception and judgment
* so that the effects of each preference, singly and in combination, can be established by research and put to practical use.
to make the theory of psychological types understandable and useful in people's lives.
THE ESSENCE:
Much seemingly random variation in behavior is actually quite orderly and consistent, being due to basic differences in the way individuals prefer to use their perception and judgment.
Myers Briggs Type Indicator :
FUNCTIONS
understand themselves and their behaviors.
appreciate others so as to make constructive use of individual differences
make a start with personal development
see that approaching problems in different ways can be healthy and productive for an organization
Myers Briggs Type Indicator :
PURPOSE
Myers Briggs Type Indicator :
AIM

Myers Briggs Type Indicator :
4 SCALES
Myers Briggs Type Indicator :
4 SCALES
Myers Briggs Type Indicator :
4 SCALES
Myers Briggs Type Indicator :
4 SCALES
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
Act first, think/reflect later

Feel deprived when cutoff from interaction with the outside world

Usually open to and motivated by outside world of people and things

Enjoy wide variety and change in people relationships
INTROVERTED
EXTRAVERTED
ENERGIZING
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.
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"
INTUITION
SENSING
ATTENDING
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.
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
THINKING
DECIDING
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
Plan many of the details in advance before moving into action.

Focus on task-related action; complete meaningful segments before moving on.

Work best and avoid stress when able to keep ahead of deadlines.

Naturally use targets, dates and standard routines to manage life.
PERCEIVING
JUDGING
LIVING
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