Intro to Myers Briggs

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This is an intro to Myers Briggs and it also has activities.

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The Myers-Briggs Typology Indicator:

The Myers-Briggs Typology Indicator

What is the Myers-Briggs?:

What is the Myers-Briggs? An instrument to make Jung’s theories accessible and useable in everyday life. It is currently the most widely used personality preference instrument in the world. A tool that reflects an individual’s preferences, but does NOT measure abilities, likelihood for success, intelligence, skills, maturity, or mental health. A tool for helping people understand each other’s differences.

Constructive Use of Differences:

Constructive Use of Differences Isabel Myers’ goal for type and the MBTI ® instrument: Becoming aware of differences Acknowledging the value of differences Practicing new behaviors, seeking out others with differences Incorporating different perspectives into our own processes

Type Preference:

Type Preference Type describes innate preferences - we all have access to both aspects of type, we just have a preference for using a particular one The preferred type has been strengthened by use We all use both preferences, but usually not with equal comfort.

Type Is Not . . .:

5 Type Is Not . . . Intelligence Maturity Emotions IQ Development Stress Trauma Emotional health There is variation within each type and type does not measure:

The Preferences-Favorite World, Information, decisions, structure:

The Preferences-Favorite World, Information, decisions, structure

Extraversion or Introversion:

Extraversion or Introversion

Favorite world: Do you prefer to focus on the outer world or on your own inner world? This is called Extraversion (E) or Introversion (I).:

Favorite world: Do you prefer to focus on the outer world or on your own inner world? This is called Extraversion (E) or Introversion (I) .

Good E/I Words Extraverts (E) vs. Introverts (I):

Good E/I Words Extraverts (E) vs. Introverts (I) Extraverts Social Interaction External Breadth Extensive Multiple relationships Free Disclosure Expressive External Events Gregarious Speaks to think Introverts Territorial Concentration Internal Depth Intensive Limited relationships Cautious disclosure Contained Internal reactions Reflective Thinks to speak

Any questions about E and I?:

Any questions about E and I?

Sensing or Intuition:

Sensing or Intuition

Information: Do you prefer to focus on the basic information you take in or do you prefer to interpret and add meaning? This is called Sensing (S) or Intuition (N).:

Information: Do you prefer to focus on the basic information you take in or do you prefer to interpret and add meaning? This is called Sensing (S) or Intuition (N) .

Good S/N Words Sensors (S) vs. iNtuitives (N):

Good S/N Words Sensors (S) vs. iNtuitives (N) Sensors Literal Present Tangible Perspiration Actual Down-to-earth Fact Practicality Specific iNtuitives Random Future Conceptual Inspirational Theoretical Head-in-clouds Fantasy Ingenuity General

Questions about S and N?:

Questions about S and N?

Thinking or Feeling:

Thinking or Feeling

Decisions: When making decisions, do you prefer to first look at logic and consistency or first look at the people and special circumstances? This is called Thinking (T) or Feeling (F).:

Decisions: When making decisions, do you prefer to first look at logic and consistency or first look at the people and special circumstances? This is called Thinking (T) or Feeling (F) .

Good T/F Words Thinkers (T) vs. Feelers (F):

Good T/F Words Thinkers (T) vs. Feelers (F) Thinkers Non-personal Objective Principles Laws Firmness Just Clarity Critique Policy Detached Head Feelers Interpersonal Subjective Principals Circumstances Persuasion Humane Harmony Appreciate Social Values Involved Heart

Any questions about T and F?:

Any questions about T and F?

Judging or Perceiving:

Judging or Perceiving

Structure: In dealing with the outside world, do you prefer to get things decided or do you prefer to stay open to new information and options? This is called Judging (J) or Perceiving (P).:

Structure : In dealing with the outside world, do you prefer to get things decided or do you prefer to stay open to new information and options? This is called Judging (J) or Perceiving (P) .

Good J/P Words Judgers (J) vs. Perceivers (P):

Good J/P Words Judgers (J) vs. Perceivers (P) Judgers Resolved Decided Fixed Control Closure Planned Structure Definite Scheduled Product Perceivers Pending Wait and See Flexible Adapt Openness Open-ended Alternatives Tentative Spontaneous Process

Any questions about J and P?:

Any questions about J and P?

Take the Test:

Take the Test http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp

How it all fits together…:

How it all fits together…

Inborn Predispositions:

25 Inborn Predispositions To illustrate this—let’s do an activity. MBTI Self Assessment of Type worksheet - write your signature in the first box. Now write your signature again in the next box below—using the other hand! Call out some words that describe the writing of the first signature. Now, some words to describe the second signature.

Type Preference:

Type Preference Type describes innate preferences - we all have access to both aspects of type, we just have a preference for using a particular one The preferred type has been strengthened by use We all use both preferences, but usually not with equal comfort. 26

Type Is Not . . .:

27 Type Is Not . . . Intelligence Maturity Emotions IQ Development Stress Trauma Emotional health There is variation within each type and type does not measure:

Inferential Breakdown on the USA:

Inferential Breakdown on the USA Source: Wikipedia – I’m not sure about the veracity

Jungian Theory :

29 Jungian Theory

Extraversion or Introversion:

30 Extraversion or Introversion The direction in which we focus our attention and energy

E–I:

31 E–I People who prefer Extraversion: Focus their energy and attention outward Are interested in the world of people and things People who prefer Introversion: Focus their energy and attention inward Are interested in the inner world of thoughts and reflections We all use both preferences, but usually not with equal comfort.

People Who Prefer Extraversion:

32 Are attracted to the outer world of people and events Are aware of who and what is around them Enjoy meeting and talking with new people Are friendly, often verbally skilled, and easy to know Tend to speak out easily and often at meetings May not be as aware of what is going on inside themselves People Who Prefer Extraversion

People Who Prefer Introversion:

33 Are attracted to the inner world of thoughts, feelings, and reflections Are usually very aware of their inner reactions Prefer to interact with people they know Are often quiet in meetings and seem uninvolved Are often reserved and harder to get to know May not be as aware of the outer world around them People Who Prefer Introversion

Extraversion or Introversion:

34 Extraversion or Introversion

Some Key Words Associated with:

35 Some Key Words Associated with Extraversion Action Outward People Interaction Many Expressive Do-Think-Do Introversion Reflection Inward Privacy Concentration Few Quiet Think-Do-Think

We Have a Preference:

36 We Have a Preference We all do Extraverted and Introverted things. But we usually do not do them with equal comfort. Most of us have a preference for one over the other.

Self-Assessment:

37 Self-Assessment Given the choice, which do you prefer: Extraversion or Introversion ? How clear are you about your preference? Very Clear Fairly Clear Slight Slight Fairly Clear Very Clear ?

Sensing or Intuition:

38 Sensing or Intuition The way we take in information and the kind of information we like and trust Introduction to Type ® , p. 9

S–N:

39 S–N People who prefer Sensing: Prefer to take in information using their five senses— sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste People who prefer Intuition: Go beyond what is real or concrete and focus on meaning, associations, and relationships We all use both ways of perceiving, but we typically prefer and trust one more.

People Who Prefer Sensing:

40 People Who Prefer Sensing See and collect facts and details Are practical and realistic Start at the beginning and take one step at a time Are specific and literal when speaking, writing, and listening Live in the present, dealing with the here and now Prefer reality to fantasy

People Who Prefer Intuition:

41 People Who Prefer Intuition See patterns, possibilities, connections, and meanings in information Are conceptual and abstract Start anywhere and may leap over basic steps Speak and write in general, metaphorical terms Live in the future—the possibilities Prefer imagination and ingenuity to reality

Sensing or Intuition:

42 Sensing or Intuition

Some Key Words Associated with:

43 Some Key Words Associated with Sensing Facts Realistic Specific Present Keep Practical What is Intuition Ideas Imaginative General Future Change Theoretical What could be

Self-Assessment:

44 Self-Assessment Given the choice, which do you prefer: Sensing or Intuition ? How clear are you about your preference? Very Clear Fairly Clear Slight Slight Fairly Clear Very Clear ?

Thinking or Feeling:

Thinking or Feeling The way we make decisions

T–F:

T–F People who prefer Thinking: Make their decisions based on impersonal, objective logic People who prefer Feeling: Make their decisions with a person-centered, values-based process Both processes are rational and we use both often, but usually not equally easily .

People Who Prefer Thinking:

People Who Prefer Thinking Use logic to analyze the problem, assess pros and cons Focus on the facts and the principles Are good at analyzing a situation Focus on problems and tasks—not relationships May not include the impacts on people or people’s emotions in their decision making

People Who Prefer Feeling:

48 People Who Prefer Feeling Use their personal values to understand the situation Focus on the values of the group or organization Are good at understanding people and their viewpoints Concentrate on relationships and harmony May overlook logical consequences of individual decisions

Thinking or Feeling:

49 Thinking or Feeling

Some Key Words Associated with:

50 Some Key Words Associated with Thinking Head Distant Things Objective Critique Analyze Firm but fair Feeling Heart Personal People Subjective Praise Understand Merciful

Self-Assessment:

51 Self-Assessment Given the choice, which do you prefer: Thinking or Feeling ? How clear are you about your preference? Very Clear Fairly Clear Slight Slight Fairly Clear Very Clear ?

Judging or Perceiving:

Judging or Perceiving Our attitude toward the external world and how we orient ourselves to it

J–P:

J–P People who prefer Judging: Want the external world to be organized and orderly Look at the world and see decisions that need to be made People who prefer Perceiving: Seek to experience the world, not organize it Look at the world and see options that need to be explored We all use both attitudes, but usually not with equal comfort .

People Who Prefer Judging:

People Who Prefer Judging Like to make plans and follow them Like to get things settled and finished Like environments with structure and clear limits Enjoy being decisive and organizing others Handle deadlines and time limits comfortably Plan ahead to avoid last-minute rushes

People Who Prefer Perceiving:

People Who Prefer Perceiving Like to respond resourcefully to changing situations Like to leave things open, gather more information Like environments that are flexible; dislike rules and limits May not like making decisions, even when pressed Tend to think there is plenty of time to do things Often have to rush to complete things at the last minute

Judging or Perceiving:

Judging or Perceiving

Some Key Words Associated with:

Some Key Words Associated with Judging Organized Decision Control Now Closure Deliberate Plan Perceiving Flexible Information Experience Later Options Spontaneous Wait

We Have a Preference:

We Have a Preference We all use Judging and Perceiving as part of our lifestyle. But we usually do not use them with equal comfort. Most of us have a preference for one over the other.

Self-Assessment:

Self-Assessment Given the choice, which do you prefer: Judging or Perceiving ? How clear are you about your preference? Very Clear Fairly Clear Slight Slight Fairly Clear Very Clear ?

Personality Type:

Personality Type When combined, your preferences indicate your personality type.

16 Personality Types:

16 Personality Types

Self-Estimate:

Self-Estimate As a result of learning about the 8 preferences and deciding for yourself which you prefer, you have completed a self-estimate of your type. Now let’s see what your reported type is (based on how you responded to the items).

Constructive Use of Differences:

Constructive Use of Differences Isabel Myers’ goal for type and the MBTI ® instrument: Becoming aware of differences Acknowledging the value of differences Practicing new behaviors, seeking out others with differences Incorporating different perspectives into our own processes

Temperament:

Temperament A broader look at personality types!

Guardians (SJ):

Guardians (SJ) Guardians speak mostly of their duties and responsibilities, of what they can keep an eye on and take good care of, and they're careful to obey the laws, follow the rules, and respect the rights of others.

Idealists (NF):

Idealists (NF) Idealists speak mostly of what they hope for and imagine might be possible for people, and they want to act in good conscience, always trying to reach their goals without compromising their personal code of ethics.

Artisans (SP):

Artisans (SP) Artisans speak mostly about what they see right in front of them, about what they can get their hands on, and they will do whatever works, whatever gives them a quick, effective payoff, even if they have to bend the rules.

Rationals (NT):

Rationals (NT) Rationals speak mostly of what new problems intrigue them and what new solutions they envision, and always pragmatic, they act as efficiently as possible to achieve their objectives, ignoring arbitrary rules and conventions if need be.

The Four Temperaments:

The Four Temperaments iStJ iSfJ iNFj iNTj iStP iSfP iNFp iNTp eStP eSfP eNFp eNTp eStJ eSfJ eNFj eNTj

Please form the following groups::

Please form the following groups: Idealist (NF), Rationalist (NT), Guardian (SJ), Artisan (SP)

Write down what you notice about this painting.:

Write down what you notice about this painting. Caillebotte’s Paris, A Rainy Day What did you come up with?

Question One: What is Time?:

Question One: What is Time?

What did you notice about the different groups?:

What did you notice about the different groups?

Question Two: What is Conflict?:

Question Two: What is Conflict?

What did you notice about the different groups?:

What did you notice about the different groups?

Question Three: What does the perfect party look like?:

Question Three: What does the perfect party look like?

What did you notice about the different groups?:

What did you notice about the different groups?

Question Four: What is the perfect vacation like?:

Question Four: What is the perfect vacation like?

What did you notice about the different groups?:

What did you notice about the different groups?

The Four Temperaments Idealist (NF), Rationalist (NT), Guardian (SJ), Artisan (SP) :

The Four Temperaments Idealist (NF), Rationalist (NT), Guardian (SJ), Artisan (SP) Activity Time! Break into temperament groups. Create a poster that represents your temperament. Include the following: A motto 5 descriptive words A character who belongs in your temperament Anything else that would show who you are

Closure 3-2-1:

Closure 3-2-1 List 3 things that you think are interesting about the MBTI? Write 2 questions you still have relating to the MBTI? Write 1 doubt you have about the MBTI?

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