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Research in Action—Session Overview from the 2013 APTi International Conference

Aug 15, 2013 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

CPP and CAPT delivered a full day on the latest MBTI® research. Greg Huszczo moderated the day session so well that it just flew by. Who knew research could be so interesting? CPP Research shared an update on the MBTI global research project. 17,000 participants are part of these new representative samples. Stay tuned for the results of that study. I can’t wait! Countries included in this research are the U.K., the U.S., Canada, Australia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Japan, Korea, and more! Did you know that between 1994 and 2011 over 250 journals have published MBTI research articles? You might want to check out MILO for a look at their new research website. Logan Abbot from CAPT walked us through this exciting new site. CPP Research also shared initial findings from a few ongoing research projects. For example, results suggested that no type is more likely to endorse all type descriptions than another. Also, the data revealed that people see type in the behaviors of others pretty clearly. One study showed that 500 students’ GPA went up and disciplinary action incidences went down after use of the MBTI tool. Again, stay tuned for...

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2013 APTi International Conference Update

Aug 13, 2013 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

I attended the 2013 APTi XX Biennial International Conference in Miami this July. It was good to see a few old friends (we are getting older) and make a few new ones. It is always nice to get big hugs from so many of those old friends, including Sandra Hirsh, Dan Robinson, Elizabeth Murphy, Bob McAlpine, Danielle Poirier, Charlene Brock, Sharon Richmond, Jane Kise, Laurie Lippin, Elizabeth Hirsh, Greg Huszczo, Linda Berens, Betsy Kendall, Roger Pearman, Joanne Weston, Peter Geyer, Damian Killen, and so many others. CPP continued with the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the MBTI® tool. We offered attendees the opportunity to share their stories on mbtiparty.com. Feel free to share your story too. Lots of type towers were given away, along with the MBTI anniversary tumbler and nice big chocolate “celebration” bars! Stay tuned for my thoughts on a few of the sessions I attended at the...

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Car Buying Tips—INTP

Aug 8, 2013 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Remember, being the latest/greatest doesn’t automatically make it the right choice; consider the practical details; set a purchase deadline. Regardless of whether you are in the process of purchasing a new car, consider these type tips* to help improve your decision making: Share thoughts and feelings as they arise Look at facts and the current context Consider the interpersonal consequences Create a plan and stick to it *Source: Introduction to Type® and Decision...

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Car Buying Tips—INFP

Aug 6, 2013 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Weigh the logical aspects of the purchase; just because you like something (and/or the person selling it), it doesn’t mean it’s the right choice for you. Regardless of whether you are in the process of purchasing a new car, consider these type tips* to help improve your decision making: Share thoughts and feelings as they arise Look at facts and the current context Consider the logical consequences Create a plan and stick to it *Source: Introduction to Type® and Decision...

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Car Buying Tips—ISFP

Aug 1, 2013 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Ask others for logical opinions on your decision; consider whether your preferred option will work in the long term, not just right now. Regardless of whether you are in the process of purchasing a new car, consider these type tips* to help improve your decision making: Share thoughts and feelings as they arise Look at inferences and future possibilities Consider the logical consequences Create a plan and stick to it *Source: Introduction to Type® and Decision...

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MBTI® User’s Conference Announcement

Jul 30, 2013 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

I’m excited to announce an upcoming event on September 17 in Shanghai. You’ll hear how professionals from leading companies in China and international MBTI experts have used the instrument in a variety of applications. Plus, you’ll learn about the latest developments of the instrument and how practitioners in the fields of talent management and organizational development put the MBTI assessment into practice. Register...

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Even though it’s summer, the MBTI® assessment can still beat the heat

Jul 25, 2013 in Eye on Edu, MBTI Talk | 6 comments

After hearing a reference to the Myers-Briggs® assessment in the movie "The Heat", we asked ourselves: What has contributed to the popularity of the tool? To answer this, and not to get too technical, we decided to highlight some major points. Read more.

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Car Buying Tips—ISTP

Jul 25, 2013 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Brainstorm ideas with a few close friends; avoid overanalyzing your decision; set a reasonable purchase deadline and stick to it. Regardless of whether you are in the process of purchasing a new car, consider these type tips* to help improve your decision making: Share thoughts and feelings as they arise Look at inferences and future possibilities Consider the interpersonal consequences Create a plan and stick to it *Source: Introduction to Type® and Decision...

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Car Buying Tips—INTJ

Jul 23, 2013 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Remember, being the latest/greatest doesn’t automatically make something the right choice; explore several options before you decide. Regardless of whether you are in the process of purchasing a new car, consider these type tips* to help improve your decision making: Share thoughts and feelings as they arise Look at facts and the current context Consider the interpersonal consequences Adjust to circumstances as they unfold *Source: Introduction to Type® and Decision...

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Car Buying Tips—INFJ

Jul 18, 2013 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Consider whether the newest/coolest option is really what you need; just because you like something, it doesn’t mean it’s the right choice. Regardless of whether you are in the process of purchasing a new car, consider these type tips* to help improve your decision making: Share thoughts and feelings as they arise Look at facts and the current context Consider the logical consequences Adjust to circumstances as they unfold *Source: Introduction to Type® and Decision...

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