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Jung Personality MBTI Slide Show for Youth & Young Professionals
Link to assessment: http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp

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  • Title Month Year Highlight the points on the slide, then … To highlight what a preference is, we ’ re going to do a few quick activities. Handwriting Exercise: preferred hand, then non-preferred hand. Explain Would improve with practice. Arm Folding Exercise: Ask “ How did that feel? ” How many unable to do it? Emphasize 1. We can use all preferences, but one of each pair is more natural. Operating outside our preferences takes more energy and usually results in an output of lower quality. Preferences are the foundation of MBTI. Let ’ s look at the MBTI in more detail. Briefly review history/theory Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung’s theory of type. Type is innate but, can be influenced and observed researched and validated continually for the past 60 years, around the world and across cultures.
  • Title Month Year Briefly describe each preference. An individual is assumed to have a preference for 1 of each of the opposites over the other. We get in the habit of using one over the other and therefore our non-preferences are less developed and take more energy to do. Refer students to page 1 in ITO book. Psychological Type refers to one’s four-letter type, a combination of 4 of the eight preferences, such as ENFJ, ISTP, etc.
  • Title Month Year Do-think-do vs think do think
  • Title Month Year Briefly describe each preference. An individual is assumed to have a preference for 1 of each of the opposites over the other. We get in the habit of using one over the other and therefore our non-preferences are less developed and take more energy to do. Refer students to page 1 in ITO book. Psychological Type refers to one’s four-letter type, a combination of 4 of the eight preferences, such as ENFJ, ISTP, etc.
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  • Title Month Year Briefly describe each preference. An individual is assumed to have a preference for 1 of each of the opposites over the other. We get in the habit of using one over the other and therefore our non-preferences are less developed and take more energy to do. Refer students to page 1 in ITO book. Psychological Type refers to one’s four-letter type, a combination of 4 of the eight preferences, such as ENFJ, ISTP, etc.
  • Title Month Year
  • Title Month Year Briefly describe each preference. An individual is assumed to have a preference for 1 of each of the opposites over the other. We get in the habit of using one over the other and therefore our non-preferences are less developed and take more energy to do. Refer students to page 1 in ITO book. Psychological Type refers to one’s four-letter type, a combination of 4 of the eight preferences, such as ENFJ, ISTP, etc.
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  • Title Month Year Jung felt that the middle 2 letters were the most important – how you gather information and how you make decisions.
  • Title Month Year This chart shows your order of preference for the gathering of data and making decisions. The first one listed is the one you use the most often and most easily. Ask the students to look at the slide to find their type . Give an example using your own type. Tell them that the last function listed is their least preferred and least used type. This is the area where most people need to develop and also the area that will come out in a negative way under stress. Give an example of your own inferior function. “ Now that you have verified your best-fit type, I would like to invite you to come up to our Group Type Table and write your name in the square of your type.”
  • Title Month Year This data is available through CAPT
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    • 1. WHAT IS YOUR PERSONALITY TYPE? Jung Typology (MBTI) Assessment in detailsProfessor Natascha F. Saunders, M.S. MBACertified Professional Career Coachwww.theyouthcareercoach.comwww.nataschasaunders.comOffice: 401-323-5404Email: info@theyouthcareercoach.com www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 2. MBTI Developed by Carl Jung  Found predictable and differing patterns of normal behavior.  How we take in information  How we organize information and make a decision  How we prefer to focus our energy (toward internal world or toward external world) MBTI designed by Katherine Briggs & Isabel Myers  Makes Jung’s theory understandable and useful.  Added new dimension:  How we prefer to move to closure. MBTI history and theory  Respected and researched widely  Used continuously since 1962  Validated across national & cultural boundaries www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 3.  Link: http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi- win/JTypes2.asp www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 4. Extroversion ENERGY IntroversionTalk it out Think it throughSensing INFORMATION INtuitionSpecifics The Big PictureThinking DECISIONS/CONFLICT FeelingLogical Implications Impact on PeopleJudging CLOSURE PerceivingJoy of Closure Joy of Processing www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 5. Extroverts (E) ….. Introverts (I)……  Draw energy from the outer  Draw energy & pay attention world of people and activity to their inner world.  Prefer to communicate by  Prefer to communicate in talking writing  Work out ideas by talking them  Work out ideas by reflecting through on them.  Learn best through doing or  Learn best by reflection, discussing mental practice.  Have broad interests  Focus in-depth on their interests.  75% of US population  25% US population “Let’s talk this over” “I need to think about this” www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 6. Extroversion ENERGY IntroversionTalk it out Think it throughSensing INFORMATION INtuitionSpecifics The Big PictureThinking DECISIONS/CONFLICT FeelingLogical Implications Impact on PeopleJudging CLOSURE PerceivingJoy of Closure Joy of Processing www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 7. Sensors (S) ….. Intuitives (N)…. Like to see patterns & connections Like information that is real and – the big picture factual Imaginative Concrete Remember specifics when they Observe and remember specifics relate to a pattern Build carefully and thoroughly Move quickly to conclusion. Follow toward conclusions hunches. Understands ideas & theories Want to clarify ideas & theories through practical application before putting them into practice. Asks “what” and “how questions Asks “why” questions Trust experience Trust inspiration 73% US Population 27% US Population “Just the facts, please” “I can see it all, now” www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 8. Extroversion ENERGY IntroversionTalk it out Think it throughSensing INFORMATION INtuitionSpecifics The Big PictureThinking DECISIONS/CONFLICT FeelingLogical Implications Impact on PeopleJudging CLOSURE PerceivingJoy of Closure Joy of Processing www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 9. Thinkers (T)….. Feelers (F)…… Use logical analysis in decision Use their personal values in making. decision making. Use cause & effect reasoning. Guided by personal values. May appear to be testing you Strive for harmony & positive or your knowledge. interactions. Gets right to the point. Engage in small talk first. Can be “tough-minded.” May appear “tenderhearted” Fair: want everyone treated Fair; want everyone treated equally. as an individual. 45% US population 55% US population “Competence” “The Relationship” www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 10. Extroversion ENERGY IntroversionTalk it out Think it throughSensing INFORMATION INtuitionSpecifics The Big PictureThinking DECISIONS/CONFLICT FeelingLogical Implications Impact on PeopleJudging CLOSURE PerceivingJoy of Closure Joy of Processing www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 11. Judgers (J)… Perceivers (P)… “Joy of Closure” “Joy of Processing” Prefer to come to closure quickly. Prefer to stay open to new Like to live in a planned, information & last minute scheduled manner. options. Like to live in a Quickly commit to plans or flexible, spontaneous manner. decisions. Tentative and resistant to Methodical making decisions or having options foreclosed on. Want 54% of US population space in making decisions. Open Ended 46% US population“Just do something” “Let’s wait and see” www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 12. THE SIXTEEN TYPESISTJ ISFJ INFJ INTJISTP ISFP INFP INTPESTP ESFP ENFP ENTPESTJ ESFJ ENFJ ENTJ www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 13. Extroversion ENERGY IntroversionTalk it out Think it throughSensing INFORMATION INtuitionSpecifics The Big Picture The FunctionsThinking DECISIONS/CONFLICT FeelingLogical Implications Impact on PeopleJudging CLOSURE PerceivingJoy of Closure Joy of Processing www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 14. ISTJ ISFJ INFJ INTJ1. Sensing 1. Sensing 1. Intuition 1. Intuition2. Thinking 2. Feeling 2. Feeling 2. Thinking3. Feeling 3. Thinking 3. Thinking 3. Feeling4. Intuition 4. Intuition 4. Sensing 4. SensingISTP ISFP INFP INTP1. Thinking 1. Feeling 1. Feeling 1. Thinking2. Sensing 2. Sensing 2. Intuition 2. Intuition3. Intuition 3. Intuition 3. Sensing 3. Sensing4. Feeling 4. Thinking 4. Thinking 4. FeelingESTP ESFP ENFP ENTP1. Sensing 1. Sensing 1. Intuition 1. Intuition2. Thinking 2. Feeling 2. Feeling 2. Thinking3. Feeling 3. Thinking 3. Thinking 3. Feeling4. Intuition 4. Intuition 4. Sensing 4. Sensing ESTJ ESFJ ENFJ ENTJ 1. Thinking 1. Feeling 1. Feeling 1. Thinking 2. Sensing www.theyouthcareercoach.com 2. Sensing 2. Intuition 2. Intuition 3. Intuition 3. Intuition 3. Sensing 3. Sensing 4. Feeling 4. Thinking 4. Thinking 4. Feeling
    • 15. ISTJ ISFJ INFJ INTJ11.6% 13.8% 1.5% 2.1%ISTP ISFP INFP INTP5.4% 8.8% 4.4% 3.3%ESTP ESFP ENFP ENTP4.3% 8.5% 8.1% 3.2%ESTJ ESFJ ENFJ ENTJ8.7% 12.3% 2.5% 1.8% E = 75% I = 25% S = 73% N = 27% T = 45% F = 55% J = 54% P = 46% www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 16.  Differences in people are natural All type preferences are positive; no aspect is better or worse Everyone uses each of the eight processes, but usually prefers one in each dimension www.theyouthcareercoach.com
    • 17. www.theyouthcareercoach.com 08/05/12