Published on February 2, 2013
Brent Green – Leadership Equip, LLC
Who Am I??AdventurerRelationship-FocusedNeed ChangeRegularlyRisk-TakerAnd…I’m aProud Father
Determine your unique ‘Personality Type’ Help determine which careers and jobs could fit your personality Talk through ways to improve career satisfaction
GroupExerciseWhat are somekey attributesof yourpersonalitytype?
Gallup Polls 77% of Americans hate their jobs People are ‘more miserable’ in their jobs than 20 years ago
Katharine C. Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers FOR Allies in World War II Helping people discover their gifts and how to use them best
….of Scientist Carl Jung Psychological ‘Type’ Personality ‘type’ or MBTI ‘type’ comes from his work
Extraversion - Introversion Sensing - Intuition Thinking - Feeling Judging - Perceiving
70 years of research Most used personality assessment in the world
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Can help you to identify some of your key Preferences Tendencies Characteristic But not all of them…..
Preference for Getting Energy Extraversion – Outside Self – Others Introversion – Inside Self - Solitude
E I Extraversion Introversion Active Reflective Outward Inward Sociable Reserved People Privacy Many Few Expressive Quiet Breadth Depth
Preference for Taking in Information Sensing – Takes in Data from the 5 Senses Intuitive – Takes in Data from a “sixth sense”
S N• Sensing • Intuition • Details • Patterns • Present • Future • Practical • Imaginative • Facts • Innovations • Sequential • Random • Directions • Hunches • Repetition • Variety • Enjoyment • Anticipation • Perspiration • Inspiration • Conserve • Change • Literal • Figurative
Preference for Making Decisions Thinker – Logical, Structured, Objective Feeler – Personal, Values-Oriented
T F• Thinking • Feeling• Head • Heart• Objective • Subjective• Justice • Harmony• Cool • Caring• Impersonal • Personal• Critique • Appreciate• Analyze • Empathize• Precise • Persuasive• Principles • Values
Preference for Living and Lifestyle Choices Judging – Planned Living, Organized Life Perceiving – Spontaneous and Flexible
J P• Judging • Perceiving • Organized • Flexible • Structure • Flow • Control • Experience • Decisive • Curious • Deliberate • Spontaneous • Closure • Openness • Plan • Wait • Deadlines • Discoveries • Productive • Receptive
NF Intuitive Feelers NT Intuitive Thinkers SJ Sensing Judgers SP Sensing Perceivers
Eat, Sleep, Breathe PEOPLE Idealists who serve causes that advance human interest 12 % of the population “It is most important to be in harmony with self and others
”NF’s at Work Can be so positive that it is difficult for others to disagree As supervisors, they can give too much leeway More concerned with how much they like people than their qualifications “Hi, I’m an NF, and I’m here to help”
Their driving force in their quest for competence, is to theorize and intellectualize everything 12% of the population “Change for the sake of change produces learning, even if the only thing we learn is that we shouldn’t have changed.”
NT’s at Work Strategic planners and researchers they can overlook everyday business Can be perceived by others as aloof and an intellectual snob
SJ’s purpose in life is to belong to meaningful institutions 38% of the population As judgers they tend to organize SJ’s thrive on procedures
SJ’s at Work Make good administrators of systems that require precision and organization They do what needs to be done today-often neglecting what needs to be done tomorrow Great faith in the systems, when things go wrong, it is also the system’s fault “don’t fix what ain’t broke”
Their quest is for action – act now, pay later 38% of the population “authority” is getting done whatever needs to be done forgiveness rather than permission
SP’s at Work Tend to avoid going through channels Like immediate tangible outcomes “when all else fails, read the directions”
In this assignment, you will analyze your learning team using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. There are four issues to discuss in your learning team before you can prepare the presentation. Create a type table for your learning team using the one in the Learning Team Type Analysis Table. Identify commonalities/differences that exist among members. Identify what strengths your group has as a result of your types. Identify the challenges you will likely face as a group as a result of your types.
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