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Personality Assessment Presentation 12 16 10 Ab

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How personality type might give some clues to new career fields that might match your personality type.

How personality type might give some clues to new career fields that might match your personality type.


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    • 1. Myers Briggs “Unpacked” ENTJ ENTP ENFJ ENFP ESTJ ESTP ESFJ ESFP INTJ INTP INFJ INFP ISTJ ISTP ISFJ ISFP Cathy McCafferty-Smith Know U – Leadership Consulting, LLC
    • 2.  
    • 3.
      • Exchange information
      • with someone else …
      Network Assessment (business cards or sticky notes)
    • 4.
      • Early work in 1923-1940’s (World War II)
      • Carl Jung (Psychologist)
      • Isabella Briggs Myers/Katherine Briggs (non psychologists)
      • Noticed people approached life differently/evidenced by observable behavior
      • Classified behaviors to help people find their personality and “task”/career matches (”fit”) (Spiritual Gifts)
      • Most widely used psychological assessment, high reliability and validity
      • Translated in many languages, millions have
      • taken the assessment
      Personality Type - MBTI origins
    • 5.
      • The MBTI® model (along with other personality
      • theories and psychometrics models) is particularly
      • useful for:
      • understanding/developing yourself (and others)
      • understanding what motivates you (and others)
      • understanding others' (and our own) strengths and lesser preferences
      • working in teams - ensuring all relevant necessary capabilities are represented
      MBTI psychometrics and uses
    • 6.
      • A way to label someone …everyone is unique!
      • We are more than just type
      • We have all types within us
      • Some are stronger “preferences”
      • (unconscious competence)
      • A Kaleidoscope … let’s take a look …
      MBTI: What it isn’t
    • 7.
      • Pick up something to write with
      • Switch hands
      • Write your name …
      • What were you thinking and feeling?
      • What kind of behaviors did you “do?”
      Preferences? Let’s do an activity!
    • 8.
      • You may wish to take notes for later.
      • Label your notes in sections like this”
        • E versus I
        • S versus N
        • F versus T
        • J versus P
        • There will be a mini quiz!
      Let’s do an informal look at MBTI
    • 9. Myers Briggs “unpacked”
      • Two mental processes:
        • Taking in information
        • How we make judgments
      • Two mental “orientations”
        • Inward/outward (where we get our energy)
        • How we deal with/relate to outside world
    • 10.
      • Inwardly turned
      • Introversion preference-
      • Draw primary energy from inner world of information (thoughts, ideas, reflections).
      • Outwardly focused
      • Extraversion preference -
      • Drawn to outside world as elemental source of energy.
      Where one gets their energy… In the MBTI Type Code, this is the first letter (I or E)
    • 11.
      • Thinks/reflects first , then acts
      • Requires " private time " to recharge batteries
      • Motivated internally
      • Prefers one-to-one communication and relationships
      Introverted characteristics
    • 12.
      • Acts first , thinks/reflects later
      • Feels deprived when cutoff from interaction with “outside” world
      • Open to and motivated by outside world of people and things
      • Enjoys wide variety and change in relationships
      Extraverted characteristics
    • 13.
      • Those who prefer
      • Sensing
      • Favor clear, tangible data and information that fits in well with their direct here-and-now experience.
      • Those who prefer
      • I n tuition
      • Drawn to more abstract, conceptual, big-picture information that represents imaginative possibilities for the future.
      How people “perceive" or take in information In the MBTI Type Code, this is the second letter (S or N)
    • 14.
      • Memory recall rich in present opportunities
      • Using common sense, creating practical solutions is automatic-instinctual
      • Best improvises from past experience
      • Likes clear/concrete information ; dislikes guessing when facts are "fuzzy"
      Sensing characteristics
    • 15.
      • Using imagination and creating/inventing new possibilities is automatic-instinctual
      • Mentally lives in future, attending to future possibilities
      • Memory/recall emphasizes patterns, contexts , and connections
      • Best improvises from theoretical understanding
      • Comfortable with ambiguous, fuzzy data and guessing its meaning
      Intuitive characteristics
    • 16.
      • Those who prefer
      • Thinking judgment
      • Prefer making decisions in objective, logical, and analytical manner with emphasis on tasks and results to be accomplished.
      • Those who prefer
      • Feeling judgment
      • Make decisions in global, visceral, harmony and value-oriented way, paying attention to impact of decisions and actions on other people. .
      How people form “judgments”/make decisions In the MBTI Type Code, this is the third letter (T or F)
    • 17.
      • Instinctively searches for facts/logic in decision situation
      • Naturally notices tasks/work to be accomplished
      • Able to provide objective and critical analysis
      • Accepts conflict as natural part of relationships
      Thinking characteristics
    • 18.
      • Instinctively employs personal feelings
      • & impact on people in decision situations
      • Sensitive to people needs and reactions
      • Seeks consensus and popular opinions
      • Unsettled by conflict; have almost
      • toxic reaction to disharmony
      Feeling characteristics
    • 19.
      • Those who prefer
      • Judging
      • Rely on T or F to manage
      • their outer life.
      • Closure, organization, planning, or managing things and/or people in external environment.
      • Drive is to order outside world.
      • Those who prefer
      • Perceiving
      • Rely on S or N to run their
      • outer life.
      • Open, adaptable, flexible style of relating to things and people found in outside world.
      • Drive is to experience outside world rather than order it.
      Dealing /relating with the outside world In the MBTI Type Code, this is the fourth letter (J or P)
    • 20.
      • Plans details in advance
      • Focuses on task-related action; completes segments before moving on
      • Works best/avoids stress when keeping ahead of deadlines
      • Uses targets, dates, standard routines to manage life
      Judging characteristics Plan First !!
    • 21.
      • Comfortable moving to action
      • without a plan; plans on-the-go …
      • Likes to multitask, have variety ,
      • mixes work and play …
      • Naturally tolerant of time pressure;
      • works best close to deadlines
      • Avoids commitments which interfere with flexibility, freedom and variety
      Perceiving characteristics
    • 22.
      • Dominant Intuitive Types
        • INFJ , INTJ , ENFP , ENTP
      • Dominant Sensing Types
        • ISFJ, ISTJ, ESFP , ESTP
      • Dominant Thinking Types
        • ISTP, INTP, ESTJ , ENTJ
      • Dominant Feeling Types
        • ISFP, INFP, ESFJ, ENFJ
      Development: Four primary personality types
    • 23. Careers for Style Types
      • INF P ’s
      • Writers
      • Counselors/Social Workers
      • Teachers/Professors
      • Psychologists
      • Psychiatrists
      • Musicians
      • Clergy/Religious Workers
      • INF J ’s
      • Clergy/Religious Workers
      • Teachers
      • Medical Doctors & Dentists
      • Alternative Health Care Professional – Chiropractors, Reflexologists
      • Psychologists
      • Psychiatrists
      • Counselors & Social Workers
      • Musicians
      • Artists
      • Photographers
      • Childcare/Early Childhood Development
    • 24. Careers for Style Types
      • INT P ’s
      • Scientists – Physics, Chemistry
      • Photographers
      • Strategic Planners
      • Mathematicians
      • University Professors
      • Computer (Programmers, Systems Analysts, Animators, Specialists)
      • Technical Writers
      • Engineers
      • Lawyers/Attorneys
      • Judges
      • Forensic Researchers
      • Forestry & Park Rangers
      • INT J ’s
      • Scientists
      • Engineers
      • Professors & Teachers
      • Medical Doctors/Dentists
      • Corporate Strategists & Organizational Builders
      • Business Administrators/ Managers
      • Military Leaders
      • Lawyers/Attorneys
      • Judges
      • Computer (Programmers, Systems Analysts, Specialists)
    • 25. Careers for Style Types
      • ISF P ’s
      • Artists
      • Musicians/Composers
      • Designers
      • Childcare/Early Childhood Development
      • Social Workers/Counselors
      • Teachers
      • Psychologists
      • Veterinarians
      • Forest Rangers
      • Pediatricians
      • ISF J ’s
      • Interior Decorators
      • Designers
      • Nurses
      • Administrators & Managers
      • Childcare/Early Childhood Development
      • Social Workers & Counselors
      • Paralegals
      • Clergy/Religious Workers
      • Office Managers
      • Shopkeepers
      • Bookkeepers
      • Home Economics
    • 26. Careers for Style Types
      • IST P ’s
      • Police/Detectives
      • Forensic Pathologists
      • Computer (Programmers, Systems Analysts, Specialists)
      • Engineers
      • Carpenters
      • Mechanics
      • Pilots, Drivers, Motorcyclists
      • Athletes
      • Entrepreneurs
      • IST J ’s
      • Business Executives, Administrators & Managers
      • Accountants & Financial Officers
      • Police & Detectives
      • Judges
      • Lawyers/Attorneys
      • Medical Doctors & Dentists
      • Computer (Programmers, System Analysts, Specialists)
      • Military Leaders
    • 27. Careers for Style Types
      • ENF P ’s
      • Consultants
      • Psychologists
      • Entrepreneurs
      • Actors
      • Teachers
      • Counselors
      • Politicians/Diplomats
      • Writers/Journalists
      • Television Reporters
      • Computer (Programmers, System Analysts, Specialists)
      • Scientists/Engineers
      • ENF J ’s
      • Facilitators
      • Consultants
      • Psychologists
      • Social Workers/Counselors
      • Teachers
      • Clergy
      • Sales Representatives
      • Human Resources
      • Managers
      • Events Coordinators
      • Politicians/Diplomats
      • Writers
    • 28. Careers for Style Types
      • ENT P ’s
      • Lawyers
      • Psycologists
      • Entrepreneurs
      • Photographers
      • Consultants
      • Engineers
      • Scientists
      • Actors
      • Sales Representatives
      • Marketing Personnel
      • Computer (Programmers, Systems Analysts, Specialists)
      • ENT J ’s
      • Corporate Executive Officers/ Organization Builders
      • Entrepreneurs
      • Computer Consultants
      • Lawyers
      • Judges
      • Business Administrators/Managers
      • University Professors & Administrators
    • 29. Careers for Style Types
      • EST P ’s
      • Sales Representatives
      • Marketing Personnel
      • Police/Detectives
      • Paramedics & Emergency Medical Technicians
      • PC Technicians or Network Cablers
      • Computer Technical Support
      • Entrepreneurs
      • EST J ’s
      • Military Leaders
      • Business Administrators & Managers
      • Police/Detectives
      • Judges
      • Financial Officers
      • Teachers
      • Sales Representatives
    • 30. Careers for Style Types
      • ESF P ’s
      • Artists, Performers, Actors
      • Sales Representatives
      • Counselors and Social Workers
      • Childcare
      • Fashion Designers
      • Interior Decorators
      • Consultants
      • Photographers
      • ESF J ’s
      • Home Economics
      • Nurses
      • Teachers
      • Administrators
      • Childcare
      • Family Practice Physicians
      • Clergy or other Religious Workers
      • Office Managers
      • Counselors/Social Workers
      • Bookkeepers/Accountants
      • Administrative Assistants
    • 31. Myers Briggs: Our first look at you
        • Beginning to put the pieces together…
        • After what we just heard ...
        • What did you agree with?
        • What did you disagree with?
        • What strengths did you see that you bring to a team?
    • 32.
      • Everyone has a boss
      • Everyone has coworkers
      • How can we find our best fit
      • Ask : How can “I contribute to
      • solving problems
      • Know U- the “first” university you should attend !
      How we act, what we need!
    • 33.
      • Interested in learning more?
      • And … thank you for allowing me to join you!
      • Cathy Smith, M.A., L.P.C.
      • Know U, LLC – Regional Consultant
      • Organizational & Leadership Development
      • [email_address] 248-417-1987
      Thank you!

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