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    Understanding of personality through MBTI Understanding of personality through MBTI Presentation Transcript

    • Carl Jung and Understanding of personality through MBTI. Sunil Mohanty Tapas K Mallick Venkat Ramana Vikash Kumar Vineet Kumar
    • “The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are Transformed” - Carl Jung
    • Carl Jung (1875 – 1961) •Swiss Psychologist and Psychotherapist •A collaborator of Sigmund Freud •Developed the concept of - Extraversion and Introversion
    • CARL JUNG’S THEORY OF CONSCIOUS AND UNCONSCIOUS A person‟s psyche (mind) is represented by their conscious and unconscious parts which are „selfbalancing‟ If conscious side becomes extreme, the unconscious side manifests in some way to rectify the balance.
    • In order to utilize the theories of Carl Jung a tool called “ Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)” was developed by Isabel Briggs Myers and her mother, Katherine Cook Briggs in 1943
    • MBTI? MBTI is a tool which helps identifying/ quantifying various personality types MBTI is a personality test which can be a useful in helping you understand yourself and others better.
    • MBTI- Sample Questions
    • MBTI Measures preferences on four different scales or Dichotomies
    • Extraversion How do you prefer to direct and get energy? Introversion Sensing How do you prefer to take in information? INtuition Thinking How do you prefer to make decisions? Feeling Judging How do you prefer to live your life everyday? Perceiving
    • 1. Extrovert vs. Introvert
    • Extrovert Vs. Introvert  Prefer lots of people contact  Prefers to work in a team  Engages in out-ofoffice activities  Loves partying  Prefers one to one people contact  Prefers working alone or in a small team  Engages in in-house activities  Loves when left alone
    • Extrovert Vs. Introvert  Are ENERGIZED by lots of action, people and things  Acts first, thinks later  ENERGIZED by their inner-self  Thinks first, acts later
    • Extrovert Vs. Introvert Vijay Mallya Dr. Manmohan Singh
    • 2. Sensing / Intuition How do you prefer to take in information?
    • Sensing Vs. Intuition  Realistic  Practical  Good at grasping facts and details  Focus more on the present  Imaginative  Insightful  Good at grasping the big picture  Focus more on the future
    • Sensing Vs. Intuition  Factual and concrete   Observe and remember specifics   Trust experience Imaginative and verbally creative Remember specifics when they relate to a pattern  Trust inspiration
    • Sensing Vs. Intuition Raghuram Rajan Albert Einstein
    • 3. Thinking / Feeling How do you prefer to make decisions?
    • Thinking / Feeling  Prefer to understand through logical thinking  Prefer to understand in the context of human relationships  Analytical  Empathetic
    • Thinking / Feeling  Use cause-andeffect reasoning  Guided by personal values  Solve problems with logic  Assess impacts of decisions on people  Reasonable  Compassionate
    • Thinking / Feeling Carl Jung Martin Luther King Jr.
    • 4. Judging / Perceiving How do you prefer to live everyday life?
    • Judging / Perceiving  Values order, structure, hierarchy  Likes the completion of a task  Prefers to adhere to deadlines   Values spontaneity Never in a hurry  Rushes at the last moment
    • Judging / Perceiving Organized in their lives  Systematic  Flexible  Casual   Open-ended  Adapt, change course easily   Methodical Make short and long-term plans
    • Judging / Perceiving Satyajit Ray Kishore Kumar
    • Ideal career prospects of various type of Personalities
    • Ideal career prospects of Extroverts • • • • Business Sales / marketing Public relation Media
    • Ideal career prospects of Introverts • • • • • Research Accounting Library Scientist Teaching
    • Ideal career prospects of Sensing type • • • • Architect Planners Engineering Construction
    • Best career prospects of Intuitive type • • • • Counseling Journalism Writing and art Long-range planning in business or policy development
    • Ideal career prospects of Thinking type • • • • • • Skilled trades and crafts Science and technology Management Law Police Criminal justice work
    • Ideal career prospects of Feeling type • Teaching • Health care • Personal and human services • Communication • Entertainment
    • Ideal career prospects of Judging type • Planning • Organizing • Event management • Works where deadlines are important
    • Ideal career prospects of Perceiving type • Where change, flexibility and innovation are important • Film direction • Music • Art and culture
    • Final results of MBTI? You must be the one of the personality types.
    • Want to check your personality type? This one may be helpful: http://www.16personalities.com/freepersonality-test Thank You!