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Presentation on Myers Briggs Tool Indicator by Samita Kumar Chahal @ Cardiff Metropolitan University
 

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    Presentation on Myers Briggs Tool Indicator by Samita Kumar Chahal @ Cardiff Metropolitan University Presentation on Myers Briggs Tool Indicator by Samita Kumar Chahal @ Cardiff Metropolitan University Presentation Transcript

    • Perception without judgment is spineless; judgment with no perception is blind. Introversion lacking any extraversion is impractical; extraversion with no introversion is superficial. Isabel Briggs Myers (Myers 174)
    • • According to Carl Jung, every individual has some basic preferences which become basis for similarities and differences between them • Mother-daughter team, Katherine Briggs & Isabel Myers expanded on Jung’s work and developed MBTI, an instrument to help people identify their preferences • Used globally both in education and corporate settings
    • STRUCTURE OF MBTI: • Includes 93 questions • Only two choices for each question – Word Pairs or Short Statements • Words & Statements chosen to reflect dichotomy preference • Example : I prefer to work a. Alone b. In a team
    • EXTRAVERSION & INTRAVERSION (WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR ENERGIES FROM?) SENSING & INTUTION (HOW DO YOU PREFER TO TAKE IN INFORMATION?) THINKING & FEELING (HOW DO YOU MAKE DECISIONS?) JUDGING & PERCEIVING (HOW DO YOU DEAL WITH THE OUTERWORLD?) FOUR DICHOTOMIES OF MBTI
    • E – I DICHOTOMY (ENERGY) Extraversion is act of being energised by the world outside. Enjoy socializing, tend to be more assertive, enthusiastic, talkative & animated. Introversion is state of being predominately concerned with one’s inner world. Tend to be more quiet, reserved and peaceful. S – I DICHOTOMY (INFORMATION) Sensing refers to processing data through five senses. Focus on the present and prefer to learn by doing rather than thinking it through. Intuition refers to how people process data. Keener to the meaning and patterns behind information. Easily see the bigger picture than the details.
    • T – F DICHOTOMY (DECISIONS) Thinking refers to how people make decisions. Objective and base their decisions on hard logic and facts. Analytical, prefer to be task oriented and fair. Feeling people base their decisions on personal values and principles. Governed by their heart and want to maintain harmony among the group. J – P DICHOTOMY (LIFESTYLE) Judging people are organized & prompt. Find the outcome more rewarding than the process of creating something. They seek closure. Perceiving people prefer flexibility and live their life spontaneously. Dislike structure and prefer to adapt to new situations. Open to new options and experiences. Enjoy the process more than the outcome.
    • 16 PERSONALITY TYPE DESCRIPTIONS:
    • ESTJ: The Guardian Reliable, Realistic, Assertive ESFJ: The Caregiver Practical, Organized, Excellent Leader ISTJ: The Duty Fulfiller Loyal, Logical, Responsible
    • ISFJ: The Nurturer Traditional, Supportive, Dutiful ESTP: The Doer Friendly, Spontaneous, Direct ESFP: The Performer Observant, Artistic, Caring
    • INTJ: The Scientist Determined, Individualistic, Perfectionist INTP: The Thinker Reserved, Logical, Understanding ENFJ: The Giver Altruistic, Friendly, Idealistic
    • ENFP: The Inspirer Animated, Inspiring, Admired INFJ : The Protector Compassionate, Gentle, Creative INFP: The Idealist Introspective, Warm, Helpful
    • ISTP: The Mechanic Analytical, Adaptable, Objective ENTJ: The Executive Charismatic, Inspiring, Decisive ENTP: The Visionary Curious, Innovative, Outgoing
    • ISFP: The Artist Tolerant, Realistic, Adaptable
    • PROS: • Helps in realizing strengths and weaknesses of oneself and others. • Facilitates an understanding and appreciation of differences among human beings. • Fair Analysis. All types are equal. CONS: • Measures preferences , not the actual person • Type descriptions are archetype • Reliability is low. Particularly for children since they are in growing age • Does not measure personalities, traits and character.