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Guest Blogger—Assumptional Analysis and Conflict Management

Aug 27, 2010 in CPP Connect | 0 comments

...f mode will be most effective for you and others (including the organization)-both short term and long term. In most cases, you will surface (write out) from ten to thirty assumptions about all the people (both internal and external stakeholders) to support your behavioral intention. To give maximum support for the competing mode, for example, you would have to assume that the outcome of the conflict is more important to you than to others. You m...

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What are the Most Important Values for Most People with INTJ Preferences?

May 1, 2012 in MBTI Talk | 6 comments

Health Home/family Achievement Autonomy Financial security Note: Based on data from the national representative sample; see MBTI® Manual, p. 314. Values list includes home and family; health; financial security; relationships/friendships; autonomy, freedom, independence; achievement and accomplishment; religion or spirituality; education, learning; being creative; community service; and prestige or status....

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What are the Most Important Values for Most People with INTP Preferences?

Jun 7, 2012 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Autonomy Home/family Health Financial security Friendships Note: Based on data from the national representative sample; see MBTI® Manual, p. 314. Values list includes home and family; health; financial security; relationships/friendships; autonomy, freedom, independence; achievement and accomplishment; religion or spirituality; education, learning; being creative; community service; and prestige or status....

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What are the Most Important Values for Most People with ESTJ Preferences?

Jun 5, 2012 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Home/family Health Financial security Achievement Friendships Note: Based on data from a national sample; see MBTI® Manual, p. 314. Values list includes home and family; health; financial security; relationships/friendships; autonomy, freedom, independence; achievement and accomplishment; religion or spirituality; education, learning; being creative; community service; and prestige or status....

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What are the Most Important Values for Most People with ESFP Preferences?

May 3, 2012 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Home/family Health Friendships Financial security Achievement Note: Based on data from the national representative sample; see MBTI® Manual, p. 314. Values list includes home and family; health; financial security; relationships/friendships; autonomy, freedom, independence; achievement and accomplishment; religion or spirituality; education, learning; being creative; community service; and prestige or status....

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What are the Most Important Values for Most People with ENFJ Preferences?

May 22, 2012 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Home/family Health Friendships Financial security Learning Note: Based on data from the national representative sample; see MBTI® Manual, p. 314. Values list: home and family, health, financial security, relationships/friendships, autonomy/freedom/independence, achievement & accomplishment, religion or spirituality, education/learning, being creative, community service, prestige or status....

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What are the Most Important Values for Most People with INFP Preferences?

Jun 1, 2012 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Home/family Autonomy Health Friendships Financial security Note: Based on data from the national representative sample; see MBTI® Manual, p. 314. Values list includes home and family; health; financial security; relationships/friendships; autonomy, freedom, independence; achievement and  accomplishment; religion or spirituality; education, learning; being creative; community service; and prestige or status....

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What are the Most Important Values for Most People with ISFP Preferences?

May 23, 2012 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Home/family Health Financial security Friendships Autonomy Note: Based on data from the national representative sample; see MBTI® Manual,p. 314. Values list includes home and family; health; financial security; relationships/friendships; autonomy, freedom, independence; achievement and accomplishment; religion or spirituality; education, learning; being creative; community service; and prestige or status....

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What are the Most Important Values for Most People with ENTJ Preferences?

May 30, 2012 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Home/family Health Financial security (tie) Friendships (tie) Achievement Note: Based on data from the national representative sample; see MBTI® Manual, p. 314. Values list includes home and family; health; financial security; relationships/friendships; autonomy, freedom, independence; achievement and accomplishment; religion or spirituality; education, learning; being creative; community service; and prestige or status....

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What are the Most Important Values for Most People with ESFJ Preferences?

Jun 12, 2012 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Home/family Health Friendships Financial security Achievement Note: Based on data from the national representative sample; see MBTI® Manual, p. 314. Values list includes home and family; health; financial security; relationships/friendships; autonomy, freedom, independence; achievement and accomplishment; religion or spirituality; education, learning; being creative; community service; and prestige or status....

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