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Handout to supplement webinar on 17 September 2013

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  • 1. Working more Effectively with Others More information about MBTI and the characteristics of each type can be found at: www.opp.com/en/tools/mbti/mbti-personality-types Extraversion / Introversion For E working with I: • To get the best out of them, I’s need time to think things through – give them that space by e.g. providing meeting notes in advance. • When you ask a question, stay out of their silent space, ask your question then give them a moment (or more!) to reflect. • You need I’s to help you consider your ‘inner world’ rather than concentrating on everyone else. • You need I’s to supply deeper thinking on concepts and theories that might be relevant. For I working with E: • To get the best out of them, E’s need to talk things through – give them that space by e.g. having a group brainstorming session. • Protect your silent space by saying ‘that’s a good question, let me think about it for a moment’ so you have time to reflect before answering. • You need E’s to help you consider the ‘external world’ rather than thinking of things from your own point of view • You need E’s to give voice to your ideas, which might remain unarticulated otherwise. Sensing / iNtuition For S working with N: • To get the best out of them N’s want the end goal/vision and the space to fill in the facts – give them that. • Get input from N’s to get the full picture • You need N’s to help you see the future possibilities, patterns and connections you may have missed. For N working with S: • To get the best out of them, S’s need facts, evidence, reasoning – give them that. • Get input from S’s to get the full picture • You need S’s to help you see the facts, details and gaps you may have missed.
  • 2. Thinking / Feeling For T working with F: • If you don’t go through the values behind your decisions, F’s will react cynically. • Give appreciation and feedback to F’s using personal words e.g. I really appreciate all the effort you put into that...’ • You need F’s to help you consider the values issues in your decisions. • You need F’s to help you understand and deal with others. For F working with T: • If you don’t go through the logic behind decisions, T’s will react cynically. • Give appreciation and feedback to T’s using task words e.g. ‘You did a really good job on that...’ • You need T’s to help you create more logical, convincing arguments. • You need T’s to help you analyse a situation. Judging / Perceiving For J working with P: • Produce a plan but provide flexibility for P’s • As long as they deliver on time, give P’s the freedom to work in their own way and don’t impose too much structure on them. • You need P’s to help you slow down your decision making so you consider all the relevant options. • You need P’s to help you stop feeling that you must be responsible for everything. For P working with J: • Remember to include a small element of planning for the J’s. • Update J’s with your progress now and again to ensure they don’t get too stressed. • You need J’s to help you set and keep deadlines so you will complete tasks you start. • You need J’s to help you see that sometimes you can make a decision without considering all the options. European data set on prevalence of types in gender and roles etc: http://www.opp.eu.com/SiteCollectionDocuments/pdfs/resources/mbti_step_i_european_data_sup plement.pdf