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  • 1. We are all Puzzle Pieces
  • 2. Are teams, organizations we create finished pictures
  • 3. Rational Exploratory Concensual Systematic
  • 4. i M Dd n i i i i i n n n n n i Rational Exploratory Concensual Systematic
  • 5. Corner pieces
  • 6. M.I.N.D. Design TM Preferred Thinking Styles Think Learn Communicate Solve Problems
  • 7. Create
  • 8. M.I.N.D. Design TM Creativity Profiles Short Description of the Four Profiles
    • Meditative
    • factual
    • detailed
    • logical
    • one focus at a time
    • Intuitive
    • mostly creative
    • use hunches or guesses
    • strive for new ideas
    • many focuses or challenges at once
    • Directive
    • systematic
    • practical
    • organized
    • do what is scheduled or expected
    • Negotiative
    • personal/friendly
    • very loyal
    • like to enjoy what they are doing
    • work as the spirit moves them
  • 9.
    • M - Meditative
    • uses facts
    • gives specific answer
    • works alone
    • thinks as a detective
    • explains in detail
    • questions everyone
    • calculates accurately
    • is very precise
    • thinks abstractly
    • uses logical thought
    • works step by step
    • I - Intuitive
    • lots of ideas
    • imagination
    • sees or senses answers
    • gets solutions w/o facts
    • experiments often
    • pretends easily
    • sees patterns quickly
    • takes risks
    • very inventive
    • future thinker
    M.I.N.D. Design TM Preferred Thinking Styles
    • N - Negotiative
    • friendly
    • loyal to others
    • likes to work w/ people
    • always involves others
    • tends to be emotional
    • joiner
    • follower over leader
    • trustworthy
    • enjoys talking
    • adaptable to group
    • D - Directive
    • works step by step
    • is very practical
    • plans before acts
    • neat & organized
    • directs people
    • follows the rules
    • on time exactly
    • dependable
    • does things right way
    • wants correct answers
  • 10. M.I.N.D. Design TM How WE See the Other Personality Styles 0-10% coincide Up to 75% contradict Up to 50% contrast Up to 25% compliment
  • 11. M.I.N.D. Design TM How You See Personality Styles like yours Very Precise, thorough thinker, logical, rational, very focused Creative, risk-taker, challenging, innovative. Friendly, caring, sensitive, easy to be with, very giving. Reliable, orderly, consistent, loyal, accurate & right, highly dependable Meditatives look at themselves as … Intuitives look at themselves as … Directives look at themselves as … Negotiatives look at themselves as …
  • 12. M.I.N.D. Design TM How You See the Other Personality Styles Out of space, no facts or proof, out of touch with reality Too far out, a little crazy, too independent. Flighty, breaks all the rules, unreliable, egotistical, not company person. Meditatives look at other people as … Intuitives look at other people as … Directives look at other people as … Negotiatives look at other people as … Creative, risk-taker, challenging, innovative.
  • 13. M.I.N.D. Design TM How You See the Other Personality Styles Way too sensitive, take things too personal, pushy, often invading my space Out of space, no facts or proof, out of touch with reality Rule book bound, mentally stuck, can’t think for themselves. Too factual, overly precise, number oriented, too single focused. Too friendly, overly personal, too dependent upon others. Too orderly, too rigid, too dependent on the rules. Insensitive, blunt, too logical, too theoretical, uncaring. Too far out, a little crazy, too independent. Too ruled oriented, not very friendly, inflexible, too machine-like. Too argumentative, always improving what already works fine, not realistic, a loner. Too sensitive, inconsistent, too soft towards people, can’t make own decisions. Flighty, breaks all the rules, unreliable, egotistical, not company person. Meditatives look at other people as … Intuitives look at other people as … Directives look at other people as … Negotiatives look at other people as …
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