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  1. 1. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator By Sangamesh K S
  2. 2. What is MBTI? • The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment is a psychometric questionnaire designed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions. • The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment is a psychometric questionnaire designed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions.
  3. 3. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator • Helps you identify your unique gifts • Helps you understand yourself – Motivations – Natural strengths – Potential areas for growth • Helps you understand and appreciate people who differ from you • Helps you make the best of your college experience • Helps you begin the career exploration process • Helps you identify your unique gifts • Helps you understand yourself – Motivations – Natural strengths – Potential areas for growth • Helps you understand and appreciate people who differ from you • Helps you make the best of your college experience • Helps you begin the career exploration process
  4. 4. STST SFSF NFNF NTNT ISTJISTJ SJSJ ISFJISFJ SJSJ INFJINFJ INTJINTJ ISTPISTP SPSP ISFPISFP SPSP INFPINFP INTPINTPISTPISTP SPSP ISFPISFP SPSP ESTPESTP SPSP ESFPESFP SPSP ENFPENFP ENTPENTP ESTJESTJ SJSJ ESFJESFJ SJSJ ENFJENFJ ENTJENTJ
  5. 5. Type Differences in Close Relationships (E vs. I) Extraverts Need: • Sufficient external stimulation • Reach decisions by talking them out and getting feedback Introverts Need: • Sufficient “alone time” • Reach decisions by processing them internally and sharing final decision Extraverts Need: • Sufficient external stimulation • Reach decisions by talking them out and getting feedback Introverts Need: • Sufficient “alone time” • Reach decisions by processing them internally and sharing final decision
  6. 6. • Extraverts are action oriented, while introverts are thought oriented. • Extraverts seek breadth of knowledge and influence, while introverts seek depth of knowledge and influence. • Extraverts often prefer more frequent interaction, while introverts prefer more substantial interaction. • Extraverts recharge and get their energy from spending time with people, while introverts recharge and get their energy from spending time alone • Extraverts are action oriented, while introverts are thought oriented. • Extraverts seek breadth of knowledge and influence, while introverts seek depth of knowledge and influence. • Extraverts often prefer more frequent interaction, while introverts prefer more substantial interaction. • Extraverts recharge and get their energy from spending time with people, while introverts recharge and get their energy from spending time alone
  7. 7. Type Differences in Close Relationships (S vs. N) • Sensing partners with strong grounding in reality can make Intuitive partners feel impractical and unobservant • Intuitive partners with rapid insights can make Sensing partners feel slow and mundane • Sensing partners with strong grounding in reality can make Intuitive partners feel impractical and unobservant • Intuitive partners with rapid insights can make Sensing partners feel slow and mundane
  8. 8. Type Differences in Close Relationships (T vs. F) • Thinking favors an objective , logical approach to arrive at truth • Can become irritated when Feeling type appears to ignore the logic of a situation • Feeling favors a subjective, personal approach that arrives at harmony • Can feel hurt when Thinking type appears to be cold, uncaring, and hypercritical • Thinking favors an objective , logical approach to arrive at truth • Can become irritated when Feeling type appears to ignore the logic of a situation • Feeling favors a subjective, personal approach that arrives at harmony • Can feel hurt when Thinking type appears to be cold, uncaring, and hypercritical
  9. 9. Jung identified two pairs of psychological functions: • The two perceiving functions, sensing and intuition • The two judging functions, thinking and feeling Jung identified two pairs of psychological functions: • The two perceiving functions, sensing and intuition • The two judging functions, thinking and feeling
  10. 10. Type Differences in Close Relationships (J vs. P) • Judging partner likely to value order and predictability in his or her surroundings • More likely to value careful planning • Like closure and concrete plans (EX:vacations) • Perceiving partner more likely to value spontaneity and freedom • More likely to value “flying by the seat of their pants” • Like weighing all the options (EX:furniture) • Judging partner likely to value order and predictability in his or her surroundings • More likely to value careful planning • Like closure and concrete plans (EX:vacations) • Perceiving partner more likely to value spontaneity and freedom • More likely to value “flying by the seat of their pants” • Like weighing all the options (EX:furniture)
  11. 11. Occupational Trends of 16 Types ISTJISTJ Management, AdministrationManagement, Administration Law enforcement , AccountingLaw enforcement , Accounting Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use their experiences and attentioncan use their experiences and attention to detail to get the task doneto detail to get the task done ISFJISFJ Education, Health Care, ReligiousEducation, Health Care, Religious settingssettings Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can draw on their base experience tocan draw on their base experience to personally help people in a behindpersonally help people in a behind--thethe-- scenes mannerscenes manner ISTJISTJ Management, AdministrationManagement, Administration Law enforcement , AccountingLaw enforcement , Accounting Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use their experiences and attentioncan use their experiences and attention to detail to get the task doneto detail to get the task done ISFJISFJ Education, Health Care, ReligiousEducation, Health Care, Religious settingssettings Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can draw on their base experience tocan draw on their base experience to personally help people in a behindpersonally help people in a behind--thethe-- scenes mannerscenes manner ISTPISTP Skilled trades, technical fields,Skilled trades, technical fields, agriculture, law enforcement,agriculture, law enforcement, MilitaryMilitary Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use their handscan use their hands--on, analytical workon, analytical work with data or thingswith data or things ISFPISFP Health care, Business, LawHealth care, Business, Law EnforcementEnforcement Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use their gentle, servicecan use their gentle, service--relatedrelated attentiveness to detailattentiveness to detail
  12. 12. Occupational Trends of 16 Types INFJINFJ Religion, counseling, teaching, artsReligion, counseling, teaching, arts Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can facilitate emotional, intellectual, orcan facilitate emotional, intellectual, or spiritual developmentspiritual development INTJINTJ Scientific or technical fields,Scientific or technical fields, computers, lawcomputers, law Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use their intellectual creativity andcan use their intellectual creativity and technical knowledge to conceptualize,technical knowledge to conceptualize, analyze, and get the task done.analyze, and get the task done. INFJINFJ Religion, counseling, teaching, artsReligion, counseling, teaching, arts Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can facilitate emotional, intellectual, orcan facilitate emotional, intellectual, or spiritual developmentspiritual development INTJINTJ Scientific or technical fields,Scientific or technical fields, computers, lawcomputers, law Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use their intellectual creativity andcan use their intellectual creativity and technical knowledge to conceptualize,technical knowledge to conceptualize, analyze, and get the task done.analyze, and get the task done. INFPINFP Counseling, Writing, ArtsCounseling, Writing, Arts Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use their creativity and focus oncan use their creativity and focus on their valuestheir values INTPINTP Scientific or Technical FieldsScientific or Technical Fields Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use their solitary, objective analysiscan use their solitary, objective analysis of problems based on their technicalof problems based on their technical expertiseexpertise
  13. 13. Occupational Trends of 16 Types ESTPESTP Marketing, skilled trades, Business,Marketing, skilled trades, Business, Law enforcement, AppliedLaw enforcement, Applied TechnologyTechnology Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use their actioncan use their action--oriented focus tooriented focus to attend to the necessary detailsattend to the necessary details ESFPESFP Health care, Teaching, Coaching,Health care, Teaching, Coaching, Childcare worker, Skilled TradesChildcare worker, Skilled Trades Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use their outgoing nature andcan use their outgoing nature and enthusiasm to help people with theirenthusiasm to help people with their practical needspractical needs ESTPESTP Marketing, skilled trades, Business,Marketing, skilled trades, Business, Law enforcement, AppliedLaw enforcement, Applied TechnologyTechnology Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use their actioncan use their action--oriented focus tooriented focus to attend to the necessary detailsattend to the necessary details ESFPESFP Health care, Teaching, Coaching,Health care, Teaching, Coaching, Childcare worker, Skilled TradesChildcare worker, Skilled Trades Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use their outgoing nature andcan use their outgoing nature and enthusiasm to help people with theirenthusiasm to help people with their practical needspractical needs ESTJESTJ Management, Administration, LawManagement, Administration, Law EnforcementEnforcement Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use logic and organization of thecan use logic and organization of the facts to get the task donefacts to get the task done ESFJESFJ Education, Health Care, ReligionEducation, Health Care, Religion Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use their personal concern tocan use their personal concern to provide services to othersprovide services to others
  14. 14. Occupational Trends of 16 Types ENFPENFP Counseling, Teaching, Religion, ArtsCounseling, Teaching, Religion, Arts Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use creativity and communicationcan use creativity and communication to foster the growth of othersto foster the growth of others ENTPENTP Science, Management, Technology,Science, Management, Technology, ArtsArts Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they have the opportunity to take on newhave the opportunity to take on new challenges continuallychallenges continually ENFPENFP Counseling, Teaching, Religion, ArtsCounseling, Teaching, Religion, Arts Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use creativity and communicationcan use creativity and communication to foster the growth of othersto foster the growth of others ENTPENTP Science, Management, Technology,Science, Management, Technology, ArtsArts Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they have the opportunity to take on newhave the opportunity to take on new challenges continuallychallenges continually ENFJENFJ Religions, Arts, TeachingReligions, Arts, Teaching Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can help others with their emotional,can help others with their emotional, intellectual, and spiritual growthintellectual, and spiritual growth ENTJENTJ Management, LeadershipManagement, Leadership Or any other occupations where theyOr any other occupations where they can use toughcan use tough--minded analysis,minded analysis, strategic planning, and organization tostrategic planning, and organization to get the task doneget the task done
  15. 15. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator • Helps you identify your unique gifts • Helps you understand yourself – Motivations – Natural strengths – Potential areas for growth • Helps you understand and appreciate people who differ from you • Helps you make the best of your college experience • Helps you begin the career exploration process • Helps you identify your unique gifts • Helps you understand yourself – Motivations – Natural strengths – Potential areas for growth • Helps you understand and appreciate people who differ from you • Helps you make the best of your college experience • Helps you begin the career exploration process
  16. 16. Applications of MBTI • pedagogy • career counseling • team building • group dynamics • professional development • marketing • pedagogy • career counseling • team building • group dynamics • professional development • marketing
  17. 17. Applications of MBTI • family business • leadership training • executive coaching • life coaching • personal development • marriage counselingand workers' compensation claims. • family business • leadership training • executive coaching • life coaching • personal development • marriage counselingand workers' compensation claims.
  18. 18. “To find your MBTI type” • Visit hear-http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi- win/jtypes2.asp

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