Value the DifferencesUsing the Myers-Briggs Type IndicatorDetroit Forward Media
Sigmund Freud, M.D.n 1856 - 1939n Father of Modern Psychologyn Jung’s & Adler colleaguen Unconsciousn Extroverted
Carl Jung, M. D.n Physician, Scientist, Psychiatristn Freud’s colleaguen Theory of Psychological Typen Collective Unconsciousn Schools of Psychology
Katharine Briggs & Isabel Myers n Mother & Daughter n Jung’s Theory n Paper & Pencils n No Grants n ETS Project n CCP - 1975
Jung’s Theory of Psychological Type - 1921Extraversion Introversion Outward InwardSensing iNtuition Concrete AbstractThinking Feeling Logical HarmonyJudgement Perceiving Planned Spontaneous
Our Total Self / Our Behavior Jung’s Theory Family Parents Siblings ReligionExperiences Environment Education Society Friends
Predict Your TypeAs we proceed through the presentation tryto predict which type you are. Each preference has a strength from 0 - 26 raw points. You may have a strong, moderate, or slight preference in each of the four areas.
Tell me about the object located on the table Make a list of words
Comparison ofSensing and Intuition S / Nn Sensing n Intuitionn Five Senses n “Sixth Sense”n Practical & Real n Innovation & Futuren In the Present n Change &n Learned Skills Rearrangen Parts, then Whole n Whole, then Parts
The Company has challengesA High Tech Media Company was to send all employees to a conference in Hawaii, but with less revenue than expected there is not enough resources to send everyone? List strategies to resolve the situation?
Comparison of T / F T h i n k i n g and F e e l i n gn Thinking n Feelingn Decides with Logic n Decides with Valuesn Things & Principles n People & Harmonyn Solves Problems n Supports Othersn Business Like n Naturally Friendlyn Acts Impersonal n Acts Personaln Treats others Fair n Treats others Unique
n Describe your ideal weekend.
Comparison of E / IExtraversion and Introversionn Extraversion n Introversionn Directed Outward n Directed Inwardn Relaxed & Confident n Reserved & Subtlen Afterthinker n Forethinkern Seeks Variety n Quiet Concentrationn Wants Others n Needs to be Alonen Breath of Interest n Depth of Interest
Difference in Responses to“Describe an Ideal Weekend”n EXTRAVERSION n INTROVERSIONn Larger in scope n Quietn Often include n Read a Book shopping, Cruise, n Walk in solitude larger group activity n Dinner for twon Dinner for many
Describe an all expenses paid two week vacation
Comparison of J / PJudgment and Perceptionn Judgment n P e r c e p t i onn Planful n Spontaneousn Decisive n Flexiblen Self-Regimented n Adaptablen Completes the Task n Starts the Taskn Decides Quickly n Postpones Decisionn Wants Essentials n Needs more info
Judgement verses Perceptionn Judgement n Perceiving Goal Goal
Estimates of Frequencies of Type in the General Populationn Extraversion M - 46% n Introversion M - 54% F - 53% F - 47%n Sensing M - 72% n Intuition M - 28% F - 75% F - 25%n Thinking M - 57% n Feeling M - 43% F - 25% F - 75%n Judgment M - 52% n Perception M - 45% F - 56% F - 44%
How the MBTI benefits Teamn Teaches to value the strength of othersn Match specific task with certain typesn Building an objective framework for dealing with conflictn Understanding different perspectivesn Team strengths and weakness
Guidelines for using the MBTIn Results are for oneself first, then to help understand othersn Resist stereotyping base on typen Remember the MBTI indicates type, not behaviorn The MBTI results are a starting point for discussion and understanding, not an end in itself
Get your resultsn Check the area that is scored and make sure the addition is correct, both across the column and down the column.n Your Psychological Type and the strength of your preferences is ultimately determined by you.