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PERSONALITIES ATWORK
INTRODUCTIONSTell us your name.Best feature of your job?Three words you woulduse to describe yourself.
What is the MBTI? Why use it?Understandingof OurselvesAppreciationofDifferencesNewApproach toProblemSolving
1. Our Individual Gifts2. Our Individual Differences3. Our Communication StylesGOALS…..to better understand:
Was developed by Katherine Briggs andIsabel Briggs Myers and was based onthe work of Carl Jung and his theory ofpsychologi...
 FINISHED FILES ARE THE RESULTOF YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC STUDYCOMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCEOF MANY YEARS.
Determining Your True TypeHow you are energizedExtroversion IntroversionHow you take in informationSensing iNtuitionHow yo...
Your MBTI Type Letters from your report.iNtuition
• Expressive & social• Outgoing• Energized by people• Speaks, then thinks (thinks out loud)• Develops ideas by discussion•...
Determining Your True TypeHow you are energizedExtroversion IntroversionE or IWhich TYPE am I?
• Like using experience and standard ways to solve problems• Enjoy applying what they have already learned• Seldom make er...
Determining Your True TypeHow you take in informationSensing iNtuitionS or NWhich TYPE am I?
• Uses logical analysis• Notices wrong reasoning• Objective• Fairness means treating equally• May hurt feelings (without k...
Determining Your True TypeHow you make decisions FeelingThinkingT or FWhich TYPE am I?
Tend to be curious andwelcome a new light onthings, situations orpeople1. Thrive on organization2. Methodical anddisciplin...
Determining Your True TypeHow you approach your lifestyleJudging PerceivingJ or PWhich TYPE am I?
Your MBTI Type Letters from your report.iNtuition
ISTJ ISFJ INFJ INTJISTP ISFP INFP INTPESTP ESFP ENFP ENTPESTJ ESFJ ENFJ ENTJHUMAN TYPE TABLE
ISTJLife’s naturalorganizersISFJCommittedto getting thejob doneINFJAn inspiringleader andfollowerINTJLife’sindependentthin...
 What clicked for you? How will you personally try to usethe MBTI knowledge at work?
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals
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Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals

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Welcome to "Personalities in the Workplace" - an introductory workshop for professionals in the workplace. Emphasis is on creating a climate of understanding in diverse work settings. Walk away with tips for increasing communication with colleagues who approach the world differently than you.
Joan M. Roberts MA, CAGS, CCMC, President of CareerCounseling.com, is available to train you and/or your employees in the dynamics of personality type at work. She can be reached at (207) 990-2102 or at coach@careercounseling.com.

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Introduction to the MBTI Workshop for Professionals

  1. 1. PERSONALITIES ATWORK
  2. 2. INTRODUCTIONSTell us your name.Best feature of your job?Three words you woulduse to describe yourself.
  3. 3. What is the MBTI? Why use it?Understandingof OurselvesAppreciationofDifferencesNewApproach toProblemSolving
  4. 4. 1. Our Individual Gifts2. Our Individual Differences3. Our Communication StylesGOALS…..to better understand:
  5. 5. Was developed by Katherine Briggs andIsabel Briggs Myers and was based onthe work of Carl Jung and his theory ofpsychological type.Is well documented with 50+ years of research.Is used world-wide.
  6. 6.  FINISHED FILES ARE THE RESULTOF YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC STUDYCOMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCEOF MANY YEARS.
  7. 7. Determining Your True TypeHow you are energizedExtroversion IntroversionHow you take in informationSensing iNtuitionHow you make decisionsHow you approach your lifestyleFeelingThinkingJudging Perceiving
  8. 8. Your MBTI Type Letters from your report.iNtuition
  9. 9. • Expressive & social• Outgoing• Energized by people• Speaks, then thinks (thinks out loud)• Develops ideas by discussion• Easily distracted• Breadth of interest• Likes having people around• Prefers team-work• Quiet & reserved• Focused inwardly• Energized by ideas• Thinks, then speaks• Develops ideas by reflection• Can concentrate well• Depth of interest• Likes working alone• Prefers no interruptions
  10. 10. Determining Your True TypeHow you are energizedExtroversion IntroversionE or IWhich TYPE am I?
  11. 11. • Like using experience and standard ways to solve problems• Enjoy applying what they have already learned• Seldom make errors of fact; easily recall details• Concrete and factual• Like to do things with a practical bent• Like to present the details of their work first• Prefer continuation of what is, with fine tuning• Usually proceed step-by-step•Like solving new complex problems• Enjoy learning a new skill more than using it• Will follow their inspirations; use their sixth sense• May ignore or overlook facts• Like to do things with an innovative bent• Like to present an overview of their work first• Concerned with meanings and patterns
  12. 12. Determining Your True TypeHow you take in informationSensing iNtuitionS or NWhich TYPE am I?
  13. 13. • Uses logical analysis• Notices wrong reasoning• Objective• Fairness means treating equally• May hurt feelings (without knowing it)• Firm-minded• Concerned about being wrong• Seen as critical, logical, questioning• Makes impersonal decisions• Uses values to make decisions• Enjoys pleasing people• Soft-hearted• Fairness means treating individually• Tends to be sympathetic• Avoids telling unpleasant things• Seeks to maintain harmony• Considers the effects on people• Looks at underlying values & feelings
  14. 14. Determining Your True TypeHow you make decisions FeelingThinkingT or FWhich TYPE am I?
  15. 15. Tend to be curious andwelcome a new light onthings, situations orpeople1. Thrive on organization2. Methodical anddisciplined3. Decisive4. Like closure5. Prefer to make plans6. Like and needstructure/routines7. Make lists, keep lists,can find listsJUDGINGThrive on spontaneity
  16. 16. Determining Your True TypeHow you approach your lifestyleJudging PerceivingJ or PWhich TYPE am I?
  17. 17. Your MBTI Type Letters from your report.iNtuition
  18. 18. ISTJ ISFJ INFJ INTJISTP ISFP INFP INTPESTP ESFP ENFP ENTPESTJ ESFJ ENFJ ENTJHUMAN TYPE TABLE
  19. 19. ISTJLife’s naturalorganizersISFJCommittedto getting thejob doneINFJAn inspiringleader andfollowerINTJLife’sindependentthinkersISTPJust do itISFPActionspeaks louderthan wordsINFPMaking lifekinder andgentlerINTPLife’sproblemsolversESTPMaking themost of themomentESFPLet’s makework funENFPPeople arethe productENTPProgress is theproductESTJLife’s naturaladministratorsESFJEveryone’strusted friendENFJSmooth-talkingpersuadersENTJLife’s naturalleadersHUMAN TYPE TABLE
  20. 20.  What clicked for you? How will you personally try to usethe MBTI knowledge at work?

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