Psychological Modes Myers Briggs

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					    Psychological Modes/Phases
P      PERCEIVING ( S or N)
   Input
   Receiving/Receptivity
   Gathering Data
   Becoming Aware

J      JUDGING (T or F)
   Output
   Sorting Things Out
   Responding/Responsiveness
   Getting Things Settled
   Deciding
                 T’s
 Objectify  time
 Organize presentation according to
  principles
 Organize presentation from subject
  to necessary points to conclusion
 Are terse (especially IT)

 Procrastinate about relationships
                    J’s
 Make lists to get things done
 Overlook items not on schedule
 Don’t want to be caught at last minute
 Don’t operate well without schedule
 Me or someone in control
 Manage time
 Write books about time, follow the advice
 Work first, play later
 Procrastinate about leisure and play
                 F’s
 Perceive time as relational
 Organize presentation to meet
  other’s needs
 Are not very orderly in presenting
  information
 Are chatty (especially EF’s)

 Procrastinate about showing anger
                        P’s
   Make lists for content
   Put too many items on schedule, or schedule gets
    overlooked
   Start at the last minute
   Believe things will work out
   Wonder if life can be controlled
   Adapt to time
   Buy books about time and think about applying
    principles
   Play and work together
   Procrastinate about laborious tasks
       Benefits of the MBTI to the
              Organization
1.   Offers a logical and orderly model of
     human behavior
2.   Reduces unproductive interpersonal and
     intraorganizational conflict
3.   Is neither judgmental nor pejorative
4.   Identifies strengths and liabilities of
     project and work teams as well as
     particular organizational levels or
     functions
5.   Is straightforward and easily understood
        Benefits of the MBTI to the
           Organization (con’t)
6.    Builds understanding regarding the
      organization’s norms and culture
7.    Helps to assess the fit between person and job
8.    Has solid research backing
9.    Is quick to administer, cost efficient, and
      professionally interpreted
10.   Builds an objective framework for dealing with
      conflict
11.   Has many applications and developmental
      aspects for areas such as communications,
      career development, management training, and
      team building
 The Effect of the Preferences on
       Time Management
                  E’s

 Can  get distracted and pulled by the
  outside world
 Need to get others involved
 Invade others’ time
 Procrastinate about going off alone
  to think and reflect
 The Effect of the Preferences on
       Time Management
                S’s

 Focus  on the present
 Perceive time as this moment

 Either have too much or too little
  to do
 Enjoy today
 The Effect of the Preferences on
       Time Management
                 T’s
 Objectify  time
 Organize presentation according to
  principles
 Organize presentation from subject
  to necessary points to conclusion
 Are terse (especially IT)

 Procrastinate about relationships
 The Effect of the Preferences on
       Time Management
                  I’s

 Can  get into their own project and
  forget outside world’s deadlines
 Work alone and stick to it

 Are invaded by others’ time

 Procrastinate about going to a large
  gathering
 The Effect of the Preferences on
       Time Management
                  N’s

 Focus on the future
 Perceive time as endless

 Never have enough time; always
  time for more
 Procrastinate about really enjoying
  today
 The Effect of the Preferences on
       Time Management
                 F’s

 Perceive time as relational
 Organize presentation to meet
  others’ needs
 Are not very orderly in presenting
  information
 Are chatty (especially EF’s)
 Procrastinate about showing anger
     WHAT DEFINES A NEW
       GENERATION?
 Solves   a problem facing the prior
  youth generation
 Corrects for behavioral excesses
  it perceives in the current midlife
  generation
 Fills the social role being vacated
  by the departing elder
  generation
        Benefits of the MBTI to the
                 Individual
1.   Helps individuals learn about themselves and
     their preferences
2.   Offers a logical and orderly model of human
     behavior
3.   Is neither judgmental nor pejorative and helps
     to raise self-esteem
4.   Helps assess the fit between person and job
5.   Builds an objective framework for emotional
     issues
6.   Shows how to persuade and influence others
     (how to “sell” your ideas)
        Benefits of the MBTI to the
            Individual (con’t)
7.    Helps build better relationships with
      others on the job and at home
8.    Indicates why some things come easily
      to people and why other things are more
      difficult to do
9.    Provides self-awareness in many
      different areas
10.   Helps people identify the role that
      environment can play in their well-being
11.   Improves motivation
                     WHY MBTI?

 AN INDICATOR
GOOD CONSCIOUSNESS RAISER
SOLID THEORY BASE (JUNG)
NOT ELITIST/SPECIALIST
WIDE DATA BASE (CAPT)
WIDE APPLICATION
INCREASING LITERATURE
DEVELOPMENTAL MODEL
OPEN TO SPIRITUAL LIFE
WIDELY KNOWN
FACILITATES COMMUNICATION
INADEQUACY OF STRATEGIES IN FACE OF MASS DIFFERENTIATION
      TYPE OPPOSITES

   INTP (ARCHITECT)…ESFJ (SELLER)
ENTP (INVENTOR)…ISFJ (CONSERVATOR)
INTJ (SCIENTIST)…ESFP (ENTERTAINER)
 ENTJ (FIELDMARSHAL)…ISFP (ARTIST)
INFP (QUESTOR)…ESTJ (ADMINISTRATOR)
  ENFP (JOURNALIST)…ISTJ (TRUSTEE)
  INFJ (AUTHOR)…ESTP (PROMOTOR)
  ENFJ (PEDAGOGUE)…ISTP (ARTISAN)
The Way You Were…and Are




 “Forget it, pal. I thought I recognized you, but, as
 it turns out, it was just your type that I
 recognized.”
                    Individuation:
Developmental                    Stages
0-6:           Random Practice
                         -ATTITUDE EMERGES
1 Childhood: Establishing DOMINANT
     6-12                -WITH ATTITUDE
2 Adolescence: Developing Auxiliary
  12-20        -with opposite attitude
               - in opposite MODE
3 Young Adult: Developing Tertiary
  20-35        - with attitude change
                - in same mode as 2
4 Adulthood: Coming to terms with
                inferior function
              - attitude change
              - Mode change (from 3)
              - Moving toward Wholeness
              - Learning Wisdom
                (APPROPRIATENESS)
                         Thinking




                             Judging
            Perceptual                 Axis
Sensation                                     Intuition


                             Axis




                         Feeling
Sensation
            CS



            Personal UCS



             Collective UCS
            Attitude: Energy Flow
            Subject       Object



             EGO          people
                          things
Extravert
             Ideas

            Subject       Object

             EGO          people
                           things
Introvert
             Ideas
  Differentiation of Consciousness
       1
CS                 2




                   2
                       4
UCS                    4
               3
       1
                           1 = Dominant
                           2= Auxiliary
               3
                           3 = Auxiliary
                           4 = Inferior
          FORMULA STRUCTURE


           2
               (I S T J)             3

WHERE
                                     WHAT IS
DOMINANT                1
                                     USED
IS USED:                             OUT:
IN (I)                               P or J
                 CORE: PREFERRED
OR
                MODE OF PERCEIVING
OUT (E)
                   AND JUDGING
Plato c340 B.C.   Artisan        Guardian      Idealist      Rational
Aristotle c325    Hedonic        Proprietary   Ethical       Dialectical
Galen c 190 A.D. Sanguine        Melancholic   Choleric      Phlegmatic
Paracelsus 1550   Changeable     Industrious   Inspired      Curious
Adickes 1905      Innovative     Traditional   Doctrinaire   Skeptical
Spräger 1914      Aesthetic      Economic      Religious     Theoretic
Kretschmer 1920 Hypomanic        Depressive    Hyperesthetic Anesthetic
Fromm 1947        Exploitative    Hoarding      Receptive    Marketing
Myers 1958        Probing        Scheduling     Friendly     Tough-minded
      E (75% of population) versus
          I (25% of population)
 Sociability…………………………….Territoriality
 Interaction…………………………..Concentration
 External………………………………..Internal
 Breadth………………………………..Depth
 Extensive……………………………..Intensive
   Multiplicity of relationships………Limited
                                    relationships
   Expenditure of energies………..Conservation
                                    of energies
   Interest in external events…….Interest in
                               internal reaction
      S (75% of population) versus
          N (25% of population)
   Experience………………………................Hunches
   Past………………………………….................Future
   Realistic……………………………………………..Speculative
   Perspiration………………………………………..Inspiration
   Actual………………………………………………….Possible
   Down-to-earth………………..................Head-in-
                                          clouds
   Utility…………………………………………………..Fantasy
   Fact……………………………………………………..Fiction
   Practicality………………………………………….Ingenuity
   Sensible……………………………………………..Imaginative
   T (50% of population) versus
       F (50% of population)
 Objective………………………..Subjective

 Principles…………………………Values

 Policy……………………………….Social
                       Values
 Laws……………………………..Extenuating
                  circumstances
 Criterion…………………………Intimacy

 Firmness………………………..Persuasion
   T (50% of population) versus
    F (50% of population) con’t
 Impersonal…………………….Personal
 Justice……………………………Humane
 Categories……………………. Harmony
 Standards………………………Good or
                      bad
 Critique…………………………. Appreciate
 Analysis…………………………..Sympathy
 Allocation………………………..Devotion
    J (50% of population) versus
        P (50% of population)
 Settled……………………………………….Pending
 Decided……………………………………..Gather
                         more data
 Fixed…………………………………………Flexible

 Plan ahead……………………………….Adapt as
                         you go
 Run one’s life…………………………..Let life
                         happen
 Closure………………………………..Open options
    J (50% of population) versus
     P (50% of population) con’t
 Decision-making………….Treasure hunting
 Planned………………………..Open ended
 Completed…………………..Emergent
 Decisive……………………….Tentative
 Wrap it up…………………..Something will turn
                                   up
 Urgency………………………..There’s plenty of
                                   time
 Deadline!.....................What deadline
 Get show on the road…..Let’s wait and
                                   see…
    Reasons for Using the MBTI
 Self-report instrument
 Nonjudgmental
 Indicates preferences
 Well researched
 Intended for use with well people
 Based on a rich theory
 Unique in its history and development
 Professionally administered and
  interpreted
 Used internationally
 Model of the Four Preferences

                                        Sensing


                          Perception
Introvert                                   Intuition


            Preference
                                       Thinking
Extravert
                         Judgment

                                       Feeling

				
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