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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Step I

MBTI Step I
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This preference pair is not about sociability or shyness
Extraverts and Introverts both need other people as well as time alone, but to differing degrees
Many Sensing types like activities or work that has an element of repetition, building on the past experience as they use and refine the known and familiar. (Auditors, Craftsmen, Pilots)
Intuitive types enjoy experimenting with new and different approaches or ideas. They often prefer work where each new task calls for a different, innovative approach. (Fine Artists, Consultants, Architects)
People with a preference for Thinking like to base their decisions on impartial criteria--cause and effect reasoning, constant principles or truths, and logical analysis.
People with a preference for Feeling decide by evaluating relative worth--they consider the impact of their decisions on people, their needs and those of others, the values to be served, and circumstantial or community variables.
If you prefer Thinking, do you have feelings?
If you prefer Feeling, can you be logical?
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
Objectives
Understand the basics of the MBTI
Clarify the concept and descriptions of “preferences”
Start to identify your self-estimate type
Review your reported MBTI type

Remember…
Your MBTI results belong to you
Sharing your MBTI results is voluntary
The MBTI instrument is not a skills or intelligence assessment
Certain personality types are not “better” or “worse” than others, nor are certain types better or worse for certain jobs
MBTI results are not meant to limit or stereotype people
Our goal is to make constructive use of type differences
A Question for you…
Does having a preference for one hand over the other mean that you can’t and don’t use the other hand?
Type Preferences
4 Dichotomies
E/I = How you get or direct your energy
S/N = How you perceive or get information
T/F = Process/Criteria for making decisions
J/P = Attitudes or orientations in dealing with the outside world

(Your approach to life)

16 Type combinations

Additional facts about type
Type is innate
Type can be influenced
Type is NOT a box
Type is not judgmental
Type is not an excuse
Type does not explain everything
Type is a journey

Determining your type:
Self-estimate type
Reported type
Best fit or Verified type

E/I Dichotomy
E
I
Where you focus your attention
Extraversion (E)
Introversion (I)
Attuned to external
environment
Prefer to communicate
by talking
Work out ideas by talking
them through
Learn best by doing or
discussing
Have broad interests
Sociable & expressive
Readily take initiative in
work & relationships

Drawn to their inner world
Prefer to communicate by
writing
Work out ideas by reflecting
on them
Learn best by reflection,
mental “practice”
Focus in depth on their
interests
Private & contained
Take initiative when the situation
is very important to them

E/I Dichotomy
Activity

What work environment allows you to be most effective?
S/N Dichotomy
S
N
How you perceive and take in information
Sensing (S)
Intuition (N)
Oriented to present realities
Factual & concrete
Focus on what is real & actual
Observe & remember specifics
Build carefully & thoroughly
toward conclusions
Understand ideas & theories
through practical applications
Trust experience
Oriented to future possibilities
Imaginative & verbally creative
Focus on patterns & meanings
Remember specifics when they
relate to a pattern
Follow hunches
Want to clarify ideas & theories
before putting them into practice
Trust inspiration
S/N Dichotomy
Activity

Write about
snow

What did you write?
Divide into groups with S and N preference.

One member of your group will be the scribe. Dialogue with your small group about what you wrote.

Report on what you saw to the larger group.
T/F Dichotomy
T
F
How you prefer to make decisions
Thinking (T)
Feeling (F)
Analytical
Use cause-and-effect
reasoning
Solve problems with logic
Strive for an objective
standard of truth
Reasonable
Can be “tough-minded”
Fair – want everyone
treated equally
Empathetic
Guided by individual needs
Assess impact of decisions
on people
Strive for harmony & positive
interactions
Compassionate
May appear “tender-hearted”
Fair – want everyone to be
treated as an individual
J/P Dichotomy
J
P
How you prefer to Approach your life
Judging (J)
Perceiving (P)
Scheduled
Organize their lives
Systematic
Methodical
Make short- & long-term
plans
Like to have things decided
Try to avoid last-minute
stresses
Spontaneous
Flexible
Casual
Open-ended
Adapt, change course
Like things loose & open
to change
Feel energized by last-minute
pressure
J/P Dichotomy
Activity

How do you spend your free time
Put yourself physically in the spot that represents how drawn you are to one statement or the other.
I like to make plans so that I can get the most out it
I like to keep my options open so that I don't miss any great opportunities
MBTI Type preference clarity
Clarity means how often, or how consistently, you reported a particular preference.
It has nothing to do with how much you behave or feel a certain way.
It does tell us something about how likely that is your preference.
More considerations about type
Type is helpful in understanding yourself and others, but everyone is an individual
You are the best judge of your preferences. If your idea of your type is different from your report, consider why you might have answered the MBTI differently.

Remember that all of us…
Need time alone (I) and time with others (E)
Need to see the big picture (N) and the details (S)
Need objectivity (T) and to see things as others do (F)
Need to enjoy the moment (P) and come to closure (J)

Sign Your Name
Were you thinking about work instead of what you prefer? For example, are you constantly being told to be big-picture oriented?
Are you experimenting with trying to be one way over another? Sometimes we want to try how the other half lives.
Even if it's hard for you, do you place a high value on being one way over another? For example, do you struggle to be outgoing, yet value making others feel welcome.
Think about past and current environments, was/is one preference emphasized over the other?
Consider:
HOW MUCH?
Meanings. . .
What, if anything, should be done?
T/F Dichotomy Activity
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a useful and practical tool for achieving understanding of ourselves and our unique gifts and the appreciation of others who are different from ourselves.
Developed by Isabel Briggs Myers and Katherine Briggs over a 30 year period beginning in the 1940's.
Implements the theories of Carl Jung, a major theoretician of normal, healthy, adult human personalities.
The MBTI identifies different styles of perception, judgment, energy direction, and lifestyle.
There are no "rights" or "wrongs."
The indicator is concerned with useful and valuable differences in people, not with pathology, and it does not measure intelligence or ability.
You will be the final judge of which personality type fits you!

MBTI Overview
Olympic
Gold
(Or
Silver
)

Where you focus your attention
Extraversion (E)
Introversion (I)
INITIATING:
Social, congenial, introduce people
EXPRESSIVE:
Demonstrative, easier to know, self-revealing
GREGARIOUS:
Want to belong, broad circle, join groups
ACTIVE:
Interactive, want contact, listen and speak
ENTHUSIASTIC:
Lively, energetic, seek spotlight

RECEIVING:
Reserved, low-key, are introduced
CONTAINED:
Controlled, harder to know, private
INTIMATE:
Seek intimacy, one-on-one, find individuals to interact with
REFLECTIVE
: Onlooker, prefer space, read and write
QUIET:
Calm enjoy solitude, seek background

How you perceive and take in information
Sensing (S)
Intuition (N)
CONCRETE:
Exact facts, literal, tangible
REALISTIC:
Sensible, matter of fact, seek efficiency
PRACTICAL:
Pragmatic, results oriented, applied
EXPERIENTIAL:
Hands-on, empirical, trust experience
TRADITIONAL:
Conventional, customary, tried-and-true
ABSTRACT:
Figurative, symbolic, intangible
IMAGINATIVE:
Resourceful, inventive, seek novelty
CONCEPTUAL:
Scholarly, idea-oriented, intellectual
THEORETICAL:
Seek patterns, hypothetical, trust theories
ORIGINAL:
Unconventional, different, new and unusual
How you prefer to make decisions
Thinking (T)
Feeling (F)
LOGICAL:
Impersonal, seek impartiality, objective analysis
REASONABLE:
Truthful, cause-and-effect, apply principles
QUESTIONING:
Precise, challenging, want discussion
CRITICAL:
Skeptical, want proof, critique
TOUGH:
Firm, tough-minded, ends-oriented
EMPATHETIC:
Personal, seek harmony, central values
COMPASSIONATE:
Tactful, sympathetic, loyal
ACCOMMODATING:
Approving, agreeable, want harmony
ACCEPTING:
Tolerant, trusting, give praise
TENDER:
Gentle, tender-harted, means-oriented
How you prefer to Approach your life
Judging (J)
Perceiving (P)
SYSTEMATIC:
Orderly, structured, dislike diversions
PLANFUL:
Future-focused, advance planner, make firm plans
EARLY STARTING:
Motivated by self-discipline, steady progress, late start stressful
SCHEDULED:
Want routine, make lists, procedures help
METHODICAL:
Plan specific tasks, note subtasks, organized
CASUAL:
Relaxed, easygoing, welcome diversions
OPEN-ENDED:
Present-focused, go with the flow, make flexible plans
PRESSURE-PROMPTED:
Motivated by pressure, bursts and spurts, early start unstimulating
SPONTANEOUS:
Want variety, enjoy the unexpected, procedures hinder
EMERGENT:
Plunge in, let strategies emerge, adaptable
ISTJ
ISFJ
INTP
INFJ
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ISTP
ISFP
INFP
ESTP
ESFP
ENFP
ENTP
ESTJ
ESFJ
ENFJ
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ESTP
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ENTP
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ISFJ
INTP
INFJ
INTJ
ISTP
ISFP
INFP
ESTP
ESFP
ENFP
ENTP
ESTJ
ESFJ
ENFJ
ENTJ
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Gus
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INTP
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INTJ
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INFP
ESTP
ESFP
ENFP
ENTP
ESTJ
ESFJ
ENFJ
ENTJ
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INTP
INFJ
INTJ
ISTP
ISFP
INFP
ESTP
ESFP
ENFP
ENTP
ESTJ
ESFJ
ENFJ
ENTJ
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ESTP
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ENTP
ESTJ
ESFJ
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ENTJ
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Trick
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Naser
Collins
Ivery
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