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The Cost of Conflict: ESTJ

Jul 17, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

For each category below is one of the many examples presented in the Introduction to Type® and Conflict booklet. Contribution during conflict: tendency to act responsibly and practically What they need from others: willingness to deal with the conflict objectively How others may see them: able to decide and act quickly Under stress may: become demanding and pushy Conflict generator: illogical or emotional arguments Did you know that understanding our conflict pair preferences can help us understand what blind spots we might bring to conflict situations? Click here to learn more about the TJ conflict...

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The Cost of Conflict: ENTP

Jul 15, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Following is one example (of many) for each category presented in the Introduction to Type® and Conflict booklet. Contribution during conflict: tendency to provide innovative insights What they need from others: freedom to question and challenge How others may see them: assertive, spontaneous, and adaptable Under stress may: jump from one idea to the next Conflict generator: micromanagement and challenges to their competence Click here for more information on this...

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The Cost of Conflict: ENFP

Jul 10, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 1 comment

For each category below is one of the many examples presented in the Introduction to Type® and Conflict booklet. Contribution during conflict: focus on areas of agreement. What they need from others: to be listened to by someone who cares about them. How others may see them: spontaneous and restless. Under stress may: overextend themselves and have difficulty maintaining work–life balance. Conflict generator: unnecessary bureaucracy that stifles something they are passionate about. Click here for more information on this...

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The Cost of Conflict: ESFP

Jul 8, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

For each category below is one of the many examples presented in the Introduction to Type® and Conflict booklet. Contribution during conflict: provide light relief in stressful times What they need from others: acceptance of who they are How others may see them: practical persuaders Under stress may: be hyperactive and disruptive Conflict generator: feeling they are being fenced in Click here for more information on this...

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The Cost of Conflict: ESTP

Jul 3, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

For each category below is one of the many examples presented in the Introduction to Type® and Conflict booklet. Contribution during conflict: tendency to be straightforward What they need from others: opportunities to question and challenge How others may see them: clear, direct, and to the point Under stress may: replace humor with sarcasm Conflict generator: believing someone is walking over their values Click here for more information on this...

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The Cost of Conflict: INTP

Jul 1, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

For each category below is one of the many examples presented in the Introduction to Type® and Conflict booklet. Contribution during conflict: tendency to search for the truth What they need from others: respect for an impartial view How others may see them: detached observers Under stress may: become disorganized and unproductive Conflict generator: others becoming overly emotional Click here for more information on this...

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Your All-In-One Approach To Satisfying Clients

Jun 26, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Do you often feel pressure to deliver consistent, high-quality MBTI® interpretations? With all of CPP’s vast offerings, it might be confusing and even difficult to select the right report that will accomplish this goal. If you do not know where to start, the new MBTI® Personal Impact Report has you covered. This report offers comprehensive interpretation guidance covering the full spectrum of applications—plus optional exercises for verifying best-fit type. This interpretation guidance, coupled with descriptions of personal style and specific development action items, instills confidence in practitioners’ ability to consistently deliver high-quality interpretations time and time again. Learn more at...

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Being Different—from Pain to Joy

Jun 24, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 6 comments

A few weeks back I wrote about my experience preparing for a TEDx Talk. It was quite an experience and I worked with wonderful people from start to finish. The talk has finally been posted. Here is a link for anyone who is interested:...

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The Cost of Conflict: INFP

Jun 19, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

For each category below is one of the many examples presented in the Introduction to Type® and Conflict booklet. Contribution during conflict: genuinely want to make a difference What they need from others: flexibility to explore each opportunity How others may see them: compassionate and affirming of others Under stress may: lose confidence in who they are Conflict generator: believing someone is walking over their values Click here for more information on this...

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The Cost of Conflict: ISFP

Jun 17, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

For each category below is one of the many examples presented in the Introduction to Type® and Conflict booklet. Contribution during conflict: loyalty and support for those close to them What they need from others: their own space How others may see them: quiet and unassuming Under stress may: shoulder the worries of the world Conflict generator: disrespect for their values Click here for more information on this...

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