Mbti Career Workshop Presentation

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MBTI Overview, Self Type Process, and a few group/individual exercises.

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Mbti Career Workshop Presentation

  1. 1. Brent Green – Leadership Equip, LLC
  2. 2. Who Am I??AdventurerRelationship-FocusedNeed ChangeRegularlyRisk-TakerAnd…I’m aProud Father
  3. 3.  Determine your unique ‘Personality Type’ Help determine which careers and jobs could fit your personality Talk through ways to improve career satisfaction
  4. 4. GroupExerciseWhat are somekey attributesof yourpersonalitytype?
  5. 5.  Gallup Polls  77% of Americans hate their jobs  People are ‘more miserable’ in their jobs than 20 years ago
  6. 6. Katharine C. Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers FOR  Allies in World War II  Helping people discover their gifts and how to use them best
  7. 7.  ….of Scientist Carl Jung Psychological ‘Type’  Personality ‘type’ or MBTI ‘type’ comes from his work
  8. 8.  Extraversion - Introversion Sensing - Intuition Thinking - Feeling Judging - Perceiving
  9. 9.  70 years of research Most used personality assessment in the world
  10. 10.  Self-Awareness Leadership Development Career Development Team-Building Conflict Management
  11. 11.  Can help you to identify some of your key  Preferences  Tendencies  Characteristic But not all of them…..
  12. 12. Preference for Getting Energy Extraversion – Outside Self – Others Introversion – Inside Self - Solitude
  13. 13. E I Extraversion  Introversion  Active  Reflective  Outward  Inward  Sociable  Reserved  People  Privacy  Many  Few  Expressive  Quiet  Breadth  Depth
  14. 14. Preference for Taking in Information Sensing – Takes in Data from the 5 Senses Intuitive – Takes in Data from a “sixth sense”
  15. 15. S N• Sensing • Intuition • Details • Patterns • Present • Future • Practical • Imaginative • Facts • Innovations • Sequential • Random • Directions • Hunches • Repetition • Variety • Enjoyment • Anticipation • Perspiration • Inspiration • Conserve • Change • Literal • Figurative
  16. 16. Preference for Making Decisions Thinker – Logical, Structured, Objective Feeler – Personal, Values-Oriented
  17. 17. T F• Thinking • Feeling• Head • Heart• Objective • Subjective• Justice • Harmony• Cool • Caring• Impersonal • Personal• Critique • Appreciate• Analyze • Empathize• Precise • Persuasive• Principles • Values
  18. 18. Preference for Living and Lifestyle Choices Judging – Planned Living, Organized Life Perceiving – Spontaneous and Flexible
  19. 19. J P• Judging • Perceiving • Organized • Flexible • Structure • Flow • Control • Experience • Decisive • Curious • Deliberate • Spontaneous • Closure • Openness • Plan • Wait • Deadlines • Discoveries • Productive • Receptive
  20. 20.  NF Intuitive Feelers NT Intuitive Thinkers SJ Sensing Judgers SP Sensing Perceivers
  21. 21.  Eat, Sleep, Breathe PEOPLE Idealists who serve causes that advance human interest 12 % of the population “It is most important to be in harmony with self and others
  22. 22.  ”NF’s at Work Can be so positive that it is difficult for others to disagree As supervisors, they can give too much leeway More concerned with how much they like people than their qualifications “Hi, I’m an NF, and I’m here to help”
  23. 23.  Their driving force in their quest for competence, is to theorize and intellectualize everything 12% of the population “Change for the sake of change produces learning, even if the only thing we learn is that we shouldn’t have changed.”
  24. 24.  NT’s at Work Strategic planners and researchers they can overlook everyday business Can be perceived by others as aloof and an intellectual snob
  25. 25.  SJ’s purpose in life is to belong to meaningful institutions 38% of the population As judgers they tend to organize SJ’s thrive on procedures
  26. 26.  SJ’s at Work Make good administrators of systems that require precision and organization They do what needs to be done today-often neglecting what needs to be done tomorrow Great faith in the systems, when things go wrong, it is also the system’s fault “don’t fix what ain’t broke”
  27. 27.  Their quest is for action – act now, pay later 38% of the population “authority” is getting done whatever needs to be done forgiveness rather than permission
  28. 28.  SP’s at Work Tend to avoid going through channels Like immediate tangible outcomes “when all else fails, read the directions”
  29. 29.  In this assignment, you will analyze your learning team using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. There are four issues to discuss in your learning team before you can prepare the presentation.  Create a type table for your learning team using the one in the Learning Team Type Analysis Table.  Identify commonalities/differences that exist among members.  Identify what strengths your group has as a result of your types.  Identify the challenges you will likely face as a group as a result of your types.

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