How personality differences - such as extraversion and introversion - can lead to misunderstanding and conflict.
Our personal psychology acts like a filter that tends to see our own qualities in positive ways and the opposite qualities in negative ways.
Although the theory of Isabel Briggs Myers contains four functions, the original theory by C.G. Jung contained five.
Recognition of a significant figure in the Myers-Briggs world, who promoted greater understanding in an entertaining way.
This is a fun alternative introduction to the Myers Briggs model of personality. It contains a series of 48 slides, with cartoon character Dunstan introducing the basic Myers Briggs type concepts.
An article that looks at some of the criticisms that are made of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, by psychologists and in the media.
Each of the Myers Briggs types is described in overview, with detail of what makes them tick (type dynamics), contributions to the team, how they can develop, and their reactions to stress.
For those who want to understand Isabel Briggs Myers' model in more depth, this includes a description of functions, the dynamic relationship between them, and the meaning of the four letter code in dynamic terms.
The differences between the temperament theory of David Keirsey (made popular in the book Please Understand Me) and the four letter code in Isabel Briggs Myers' system.
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