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MBTI Type and Leadership

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Ashleigh Brock

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Transcript of MBTI Type and Leadership


Using the
MBTI
to Define Your
Leadership
Style
How Will
You
Lead?
Ashleigh Brock, Assistant Director
Cohen Career Center
Today
Who leads?
SOCIAL
CHANGE
Personal Values
Community Values
Group Values
Social Change Model
of Leadership: 7 C's
Citizenship
Consciousness of Self
Congruence
Commitment
Collaboration
Common Purpose
Controversy with Civility
2 flaws
Consciousness of Self: Awareness of personal
beliefs
,
values
,
attitudes
, and
emotions.
Congruence: ability to identify personal
beliefs
,
values
,
attitudes
, and
emotions,
and LIVE them.
Commitment: intrinsic
passion
,
energy
, and personal
investment
toward action.
Isabel Briggs Myers
Katharine Cook Briggs
Carl Jung (1875-1961)
Typological Theories proposed by Jung
1921
4 principle
psychological functions:
sensation
,
intuition
,
feeling
, and
thinking
1940s
Briggs and Myers work to connect personality theory to preferences in the workplace, specifically for women.
1962
First MBTI Assessment published
WWII
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T
P
J
F
How we interact with the world
Where we direct our energy
The kinds of information
we notice naturally
How we make decisions
Preference for structure
versus spontaneity
E I
J P
N S
T F
Attitudes
Functions
Describe your typical role in completing group projects.
The Group Project
How do you (personally) determine the best way to begin and complete the project?
How do you approach a group member who is not pulling their weight?
Describe how you would assure all project work is completed on time.
E I
N S
F T
J P
I
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TJ
Hypothesis:
Leadership requires self-awareness. The MBTI is a tool that helps you "tune" your strengths and attributes to maximize individual and group performance.
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FJ
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FJ
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TJ
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The Hierarchy of Functions
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F

Captain of the Ship
Sensors pay extremely close attention to facts and details. Trust five senses above all else.
Interested in meanings, possibilities, patterns and relationships, "big picture" over details, see implications and alternatives immediately
Driven to make decisions based on logic and impersonal analysis, strongest inclination is to come to decisions through objective analysis
Make decisions based on personal values, strong need to empathize, evaluating what's most important to self and others
Take in
information
SENSING
INTUITION
Action
FEELING
THINKING
How do
you
lead?
Your greatest strength
as a leader comes from your
dominant function
.
Developing awareness
time + practice
Q
: What are the strengths of
your
type?
Q
: How do your type's strengths come through in your
leadership style
?
Q
: What
challenges
or
weaknesses
might
your type result in when leading
&
working with others?
Who's driving?
Final Thoughts
Your MBTI Type is a tool,
not an excuse.
The best leaders are
ambidextrous
.
Maybe it's not them, it's you.
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Thank you!
ambrock@wm.edu
Goals
1. Build a bridge between leadership and MBTI results
2. Introduce a practical approach to improved group performance
3. Apply your assessment results to group leadership scenarios
3 Keys to the Social Change Model
of Leadership Development
Leadership is
socially responsible
, impacting
change on behalf of others.
Leadership is
collaborative
.
Leadership is a process,
not a position
.
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