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  • LEARNING GOALSIdentify their individual personal stylesRelate personal style to patterns of behaviorand the relationships th establish in the d th l ti hi they t bli h i thworldPlan behaviors they believe will help themdevelop more satisfactory and productiverelationships with a wider range of people PPT2
  • PERSONAL STYLE CATEGORIES INTRAVERT/EXTRAVERT SENSING/INTUITION THINKING/FEELING PERCEIVING/JUDGING PPT6
  • PERSONAL STYLE CHARACTERISTICS EXTRAVERT INTROVERTLikes group and team work Works best aloneTakes cues about behavior from Decides how to behaveothers th independent of others i d d t f thLikes variety in tasks Careful with details SENSER INTUITORPicks up details Looks for relationshipsStays grounded to in facts Enjoys planningPractical d dP ti l and down-to-earth t th Imagines I i THINKER FEELERAnalytical, objective y j Knows best way in heart yRelies on logic Relies on feelingsUses systems of thought Compares what is to what should be JUDGER PERCEIVERMakes decisions quickly Looks at all sides before decidingLikes to get things settled Open to conflicting dataSatisfied once decision is reached May undo a previous decision PPT12
  • THE EXTRAVERSION–INTROVERSION (E/I) PAIR EXTRAVERSION DOMINANT INTROVERSION DOMINANT Outer World Outer-World Oriented Inner World Inner-World Oriented Involved with Others Likes Solitude Breadth of Interest Depth of Interest Open to Influence Independent Energized by People Depleted by People Outgoing Self-Controlled Self Controlled Social Private Other-Directed Inner-Directed Interested in Results Interested in Reasons Enthusiastic Thoughtful PPT10
  • THE SENSING–INTUITING (S/N) PAIR SENSING DOMINANT INTUITING DOMINANTAware through Senses Attends to Inner VoicePays Attention to Detail Listens to ImaginationTrusts Facts Looks for PatternsA Good Observer Sees the Overall PictureHere-and-Now Oriented Future OrientedRealisticR li ti TheoreticalNo-Nonsense Sees PossibilitiesCareful, Systematic Easily Bored with RoutinePractical InnovativeFeet on the Ground Head in the Clouds PPT7
  • THE THINKING–FEELING (T/F) PAIRTHINKING DOMINANT FEELING DOMINANTImpersonal HumanisticObjective SubjectiveAnalytical Considerate of OthersLooks for Causes/Effects Decides by Shoulds/OughtsWeighs Evidence Decides Based on Personal ConvictionOrganized Values Harmonious RelationshipsSystematic CaringImpartial EmpatheticScientific Compassionate PPT8
  • THE JUDGING–PERCEIVING (J/P) PAIR JUDGING DOMINANT PERCEIVING DOMINANTConsiders Some Facts Consults Many SourcesMakes Quick Decisions Resists ClosureEvaluative by Nature Not JudgmentalWorks According to Plan FlexibleCreates Order Open to Conflicting InputWants Structure TolerantSatisfied with Decisions May Undo DecisionsWilling to Act on Decisions Lets Things HappenWants to Get Things Moving g g Easygoing yg g PPT9
  • CHARTING YOUR SCORES Strength G id S h Guide 0–5 Considerable Weakness 21–25 Some Strength 6 10 6–10 Definite Weakness 26 30 26–30 Definite Strength11–15 Some Weakness 31–40 Considerable Strength16–20 Balanced PPT11
  • OVERVIEWThe purpose of the Personal Style Inventory is tohelp individuals identify the personal style thatcharacterizes their most frequently used patternof thinking and behaving.The PSI measures eight different style preferencesin four different categories. g PPT3