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Working Together: Conflict—ISFP

Apr 23, 2015 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

For people who prefer ISFP, “it is important for them to be included and listened to during any exploration of a conflict that affects them (Introduction to Type® and Conflict, p. 29). This can work well for them when others see how their values-based approach recognizes the impact of conflict in the moment. However, it could backfire when others feel like their values have not been...

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ENTJ: Words or phrases that best describe each MBTI® type

Apr 22, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

What three words or phrases would you use to describe your type so that someone else would instantly get the essence of what makes your type tick?

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Working Together: Conflict—ISTP

Apr 21, 2015 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

For people who prefer ISTP, “conflict is not personal, and they are often amazed at how emotional others become when dealing with conflict” (Introduction to Type® and Conflict, p. 28). This can work well for them when it’s important to deal calmly with the conflict without getting personally involved. However, it could backfire when others think their calm, “let’s-get-it-over-with” approach...

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Apr 17, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

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Working Together: Conflict—INTJ

Apr 16, 2015 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

For people who prefer INTJ, “conflict is something that needs to be dealt with so they can get on with life” (Introduction to Type® and Conflict, p. 27). This can work well for them when it is important to “cut to the chase” and move on. However, it could backfire if it makes other people feel like they have been dismissed as individuals for the sake of just solving the problem. The TJ conflict...

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