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  • Personality In Career Development Tom Krieshok PRE 846 Career Development
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  • Personality Assessment When used in career counseling, personality assessment typically focuses on normal personality traits, rather than maladaptive or pathological traits. When used in career counseling, personality assessment typically focuses on normal personality traits, rather than maladaptive or pathological traits.
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  • Interests vs. Personality Interests: What will I DO? Interests: What will I DO? Personality: Personality: How do I do what I do? How do others experience me?
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  • Kluckhorn and Murray s 1950 model of personality Universal (We are all alike in some ways) Group (Everyone in my group is alike in some ways--but different from non-group) Individual (We are each unique in some ways)
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  • Individuality is born in the eccentricities and unexpected shadow tendencies of the soul, more so than in normality and conformity. One who cares for the soul becomes someone at ease with idiosyncrasies and the unexpected. Thomas Moore (Care of the Soul)
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  • Big 5 Personality Dimensions Openness to Experience Conscientiousness Extraversion Agreeableness Neuroticism
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  • Which traits predict job performance? Conscientious => in R and C Conscientious => in R and C Not in I, A, or S Interpersonal skills are icing on the cake Interpersonal skills are icing on the cake
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  • MBTI History Developed by Isabel Briggs Myers and her mother, Katharine Briggs Developed by Isabel Briggs Myers and her mother, Katharine Briggs Based on Jung s (1971) theory of psychological types Based on Jung s (1971) theory of psychological types Differences in behavior are not random Differences in behavior are not random due to consistent differences in perception & judgment
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  • Preference-NOT Skill Write your name on a piece of paper. Write your name on a piece of paper. Now write it again with your other hand. Now write it again with your other hand. MBTI is about preferences, not about concrete, specific types of personality. MBTI is about preferences, not about concrete, specific types of personality. People have preferences for the various types, but they have ability in all the types. People have preferences for the various types, but they have ability in all the types.
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  • Flexibility and Personality What does it mean to say I am Extroverted? At rest, I look more extroverted than someone who tests as Introverted We all assume myriad faces throughout the day - Problem arises when we lose the ability to flexibly adapt to the environment.
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  • At issue is not whether we attend to normal or abnormal, or that we focus on strengths or weaknesses, but that we tell the human story from a hopeful and instrumental perspective: even our inevitable failings can be accepted integrated managed lived. We (counselors and counseling psychologists) present a perspective that allows even demands soul.
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  • Remember The MBTI does not measure skill, ability, intelligence or psychopathology!!!!! You self validate your type, nobody else can validate your type. Using your non-preferred type is difficult, not impossible. Developing non-preferred characteristics may be a valuable lifetime goal.
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  • Type Guidelines No type is better than another, just different Everyone uses all type preferences at times One preference is favored on each scale Scores indicate clarity/consistency of choice, not strength Psychological type can explain some human behaviornot all Type should never be used as an excuse for behavior
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  • Type Preferences
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  • E xtraversion ENERGY I ntroversion S ensing INFORMATIONI N tuition T hinking DECISIONS F eeling J udging LIFESTYLE P erceiving Preference Dichotomies
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  • Activity Describe this object Describe this object Describe time Describe time
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  • Sensing-Intuition How do you acquire information? How do you acquire information? How do you attend to the world around you? How do you attend to the world around you?
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  • Sensing Immediate experience, present moment Immediate experience, present moment which leads to enjoyment of the present moment, realism, acute observation, memory for detail, practicality. Work with what is given in a situation. Pays attention to those things which can be seen, heard, or touched. Prefers to think in concrete, realistic ways rather than philosophically. Prefers to think in concrete, realistic ways rather than philosophically.
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  • Intuition Possibilities, meanings, relationships (unconscious perception) Possibilities, meanings, relationships (unconscious perception) which leads to imagination, theoretical and future orientation, creativity, abstractness. Big picture, grasps patterns. Pays attention to the meanings behind things, rather than the things themselves. Prefers to think about things in philosophical or poetic ways, rather than in concrete or realistic ways. Prefers to think about things in philosophical or poetic ways, rather than in concrete or realistic ways.
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  • Scenario You are the director of an HR department. The company is struggling and you must layoff 15% of your workforce. You are the director of an HR department. The company is struggling and you must layoff 15% of your workforce. How do you decide who stays and who goes? How do you decide who stays and who goes?
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  • Thinking-Feeling How do you make decisions? How do you make decisions? It s not about the outcome of the decision. It s not about the outcome of the decision. It s about the process you go through to make the decision and what you consider when making it. It s about the process you go through to make the decision and what you consider when making it.
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  • Thinking Links ideas logically Links ideas logically Impersonal cause-effect leads to Impersonal cause-effect leads to objectivity, attention to justice and fairness, seeks order through logic. Weighs the evidence, even the unpleasant truth. Preference for decisions based on clear cut principals, without regard for how the decisions will affect others. Preference for decisions based on clear cut principals, without regard for how the decisions will affect others. Puts an emphasis on fairness, justice, and logic.
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  • Feeling Weighs relative values and merits- Weighs relative values and merits- more subjectively attuned to others values, group values, human aspects of problems, leads to need for affiliation, desire for harmony, and warmth, seeks order according to harmony among subjective values. Looks at what is important to people involved, decides based on how much investment you have in each alternative- leading to tact and empathy. Prefers decisions based on values Prefers decisions based on values paying attention to how people will be affected by decisions. Puts an emphasis on feelings, on relationships, and on getting along with others.
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  • Thinking - Feeling Thinking: Im impressed with his credentials. Thinking: Im impressed with his credentials. Feeling: I like him. Hell fit in great with the team.
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  • Suppose you were the manager of a 15 person team or department and you had to fire 5 people due to mandatory layoffs. What would be your criteria for deciding who goes? Group Exercise
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  • Question Think about the last time you left on a vacation that extended over a few days. Think about the last time you left on a vacation that extended over a few days. When did you start packing? When did you start packing? How did you pack? How did you pack?
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  • Judging-Perceiving How do you orient toward the outer world? How do you orient toward the outer world?
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  • Judging Business before pleasure; organize events Business before pleasure; organize events Wants to get things settled Wants to get things settled Prefers to get things done and accomplished, to stay organized, and to finish one project before starting on the next one Prefers to get things done and accomplished, to stay organized, and to finish one project before starting on the next one
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  • Perceiving Experience and adapt to events in life. Experience and adapt to events in life. Flexible, spontaneous. Flexible, spontaneous. Understand life rather than control it. Understand life rather than control it. Adapt to the moment. Adapt to the moment. Prefers to have several projects going at the same time. Prefers to have several projects going at the same time. Finds it easy to leave one project to start on another one, and isn t necessarily bothered if the first project never gets finished.
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  • Extroversion-Introversion From where do you get your energy? From where do you get your energy? Where do you prefer to focus your attention? Where do you prefer to focus your attention? What s Energizing What s Energizing
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  • Extroversion Attention flows out to objects and people in the environment, Attention flows out to objects and people in the environment, desires to act on the environment, affirm its importance; awareness and reliance on environment for stimulation and guidance; action oriented, impulsive, frank, sociable. Energized by what goes on in the outer world. Preference for people and things. Preference for people and things. Likes being with people and working on things, even more than thinking about them or studying them. Appears outgoing and socially at ease.
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  • Introversion Energy drawn from environment and consolidated within inner world of ideas and concepts, reliance on enduring concepts (not environmental events) Energy drawn from environment and consolidated within inner world of ideas and concepts, reliance on enduring concepts (not environmental events) thoughtful contemplative detachment, enjoyment of solitude and privacy. Preference for ideas and concepts. Preference for ideas and concepts. Likes thinking about things, even more than doing them. May appear to be shy or sometimes withdrawn.
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  • Validate Your Type Your Self-selected Preferences E---------------------------I S--------------------------N T--------------------------F J--------------------------P Your Preferences Identified on Myers Briggs Type Inventory E---------------------------I S--------------------------N T--------------------------F J--------------------------P
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  • 20%7%7% 7% 7%7% 7%7% 7%7% 7%7% 13%
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  • We think that by working in our everyday, busy mind and polishing the personality and letting its best aspects express themselves, we can make ourselves perfect. But even enlightenment does not perfect the personality - only the point of view. Stephen Levine (Handbook for the Soul)
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  • Function Combinations Various combinations of the Sensing- Intuition scale and the Thinking-Feeling scale have more specialized type preferences: Various combinations of the Sensing- Intuition scale and the Thinking-Feeling scale have more specialized type preferences:
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  • STSFNFNT ATTEND TOFactsFactsPossibilitiesPossibilities ATTEND TOFactsFactsPossibilitiesPossibilities WITHImpersonalPersonalPersonalImpersonal WITHImpersonalPersonalPersonalImpersonal analysiswarmthwarmthanalysis TO BECOMEPracticalSympatheticEnthusiasticLogical TO BECOMEPracticalSympatheticEnthusiasticLogical Matter of factFriendlyInsightfulIngenious FOCUS ONTechnicalPracticalUnderstanding Theoretical & FOCUS ONTechnicalPracticalUnderstanding Theoretical & skills withhelp/peoplecommunicatingtechnical facts/objectsserviceswith peopledevelopment GO INTOApplied sci.Patient careBeh. researchPhysical sciences GO INTOApplied sci.Patient careBeh. researchPhysical sciences BusinessTeachingLiterature/ArtManagement ConstructionSalesTeachingForecasting LETS BEaccurate &practical &insightful &theoretical & LETS BEaccurate &practical &insightful &theoretical & responsible service- inspiring entrepreneurial oriented responsible service- inspiring entrepreneurial oriented
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  • Quadrant Combinations IS Thoughtful Realist IS Thoughtful Realist ES Action-oriented Realist ES Action-oriented Realist IN Thoughtful Innovator IN Thoughtful Innovator EN Action-oriented innovator EN Action-oriented innovator
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  • Temperament Combinations SJ Guardians concrete coms, cooperative in achieving goals, good maintainers, consistent, persevering, unimpulsive SJ Guardians concrete coms, cooperative in achieving goals, good maintainers, consistent, persevering, unimpulsive SP Artisans concrete coms, utilitarian in achieving goals, sensation seeking, trusting in spontaneity and hungering for impact on others. SP Artisans concrete coms, utilitarian in achieving goals, sensation seeking, trusting in spontaneity and hungering for impact on others. NF Idealists abstract coms, cooperative in achieving goals, strive for consensus, encourage imagination, strive for continual self-renewal NF Idealists abstract coms, cooperative in achieving goals, strive for consensus, encourage imagination, strive for continual self-renewal NT Rationals abstract coms, utilitarian in achieving goals, strong in strategic analysis, knowledge seeking. NT Rationals abstract coms, utilitarian in achieving goals, strong in strategic analysis, knowledge seeking.
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  • The Shadow Self of Jung Modern man (sic) must rediscover a deeper source of his own spiritual life. To do this he is obliged to struggle with evil, to confront his own shadow, to integrate the devil. There is no other choice. C. G. Jung
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  • The Shadow Self The discipline comes in when we have to pay attention to what we don't like, aren't interested in, don't understand, mistrust...when we have to read the poetry of our enemies-within or without. M. C. Richards
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  • Sonya Sonya works as an editor for a publishing company. She enjoys some aspects of her work but has difficulties with some others. On the MBTI she is coded ENFP. How is knowing this information helpful in looking at Sonya? What might she enjoy and with what might she struggle? Are there ways to modify her work to play to her strengths/preferences?
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  • Team Discussion - Communication 1.How could someone effectively teach you something or instruct you about something? 2.For what do you most want to be appreciated/recognized? How do you want this appreciation/recognition shown? 3.When someone wants you to change your behavior/ideas, how should they approach you so that you are likely to respond positively to the request? What behaviors on the other persons part would most likely get a negative response from you? 4.In what ways do other people communicate that really bugs you?
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  • Ted and Marsha Ted and Marsha have been married for two years when they decide to take advantage of a career counseling service in their area. Both take the MBTI. Ted receives a code of INFJ while Marsha receives a code of ENTP. How might their different styles affect their relationship? What things might they have in common? What struggles might they face?
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  • The goal of understanding one's personality (and maybe of spiritual growth as well) is to move from being tormented by one's stuff, to being amused by it. If we can get it to the point where it is less serious, less personal, less scary, then we can begin to integrate it more fully as the powerful but neutral life force that it truly is, neither all good nor all bad, neither devil nor god. T. Krieshok
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  • MBTI-Related Websites http://www.personalitytype.com This is the homepage of the "Do What You Are" people, Paul Tieger and Barbara Barron- Tieger. It is intended for both the lay public and professionals and has a listing of additional resources - books, articles, websites, and workshops. http://www.capt.org Center for Applications of Psychological Type "A non-profit organization concerned with the constructive use of differences." This is the organization that provides the norms for the MBTI , thus it's kind of a clearinghouse for scoring and training. The site itself is fairly commercial, but it is still of some interest. CAPT was founded by Dr. Mary McCaulley and Isabel Briggs Myers (who died in 1980) in 1975.
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  • MBTI-Related Websites http://www.aptcentral.org Association for Psychological Type - also a commercial site (you can pay and become a member), but it does have some good information. http://typelogic.com This is a fun site. It does a nice job of analyzing the 16 types and even provides examples of well-known people of each type.
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  • MBTI-Related Websites http://www.cpp-db.com Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc. - Publishers of the MBTI This is the only site where you can order the actual MBTI (not a knockoff). It also has a host of other assessments, as well as many books and software packages about the various instruments. http://keirsey.com The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is not online (due to copyright reasons), but the most common knockoffs include the Keirsey Temperament Sorter and the Keirsey Character Sorter. Both questionnaires are online and even use the same language as the MBTI (i.e. ENFP, ISFJ). The site is actually really informative and has some great jumping off points.