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7 products by Jean M. Kummerow

Facet Sayings and Songs
Facet Sayings and Songs

A delightful and uplifting way to introduce people to the subtleties of the twenty facets reported by the MBTI® Step II Instrument. Quenk and Kummerow have combed the literary and musical world for just the right sayings and songs to describe the varying personalities that result from the Step II instrument.

LIFETypes
LIFETypes

A popular introduction to type describing the preferences with styles of communication, relationships, work, and careers. Each of the 16 types is characterized using examples from the seven L's — Living, Learning, Laboring, Leading, Leisure, Loving, and, when under pressure, Losing out. Full of real-life examples that bring type theory to life.

Talking in Type
Talking in Type

This simple primer for understanding how to communicate with each of the eight MBTI type preferences provides trainers with an efficient tool for explaining the basics of communication among the various personality types to individuals, couples, and groups. Includes a leader's guide.

Type Dynamics
Type Dynamics

Now that you know your four-letter type, what is next? After the initial introduction to psychological type via the MBTI® instrument the next level of understanding can involve type dynamics—the study of how type can further influence and enhance our lives. Type dynamics identifies the "core of the personality or the hallmarks of the person," and this handout offers a very clear picture of how type dynamics works, including a look at how the dominant, auxiliary, tertiary, and inferior functions are represented for each of the sixteen whole types.

Valuing All the Preferences in the Workplace
Valuing All the Preferences in the Workplace

This exercise is used after group members have received MBTI® reports and know their preferences. Participants look individually at the assets they bring to the workplace from the strengths of their own preferences and then at the assets brought by others who hold the four opposite preferences. Provides examples of the "constructive use of differences" and sets the stage for understanding type development.

Verifying Your Type Preferences
Verifying Your Type Preferences

This exercise guides participants through a four-step process to understand and verify their MBTI type. Suggestions for encouraging personality type exploration are included along with references and materials needed. This system can be used with individuals and groups. Leader's guide included.

Your Pet's Personality!
Your Pet's Personality!

Here is your chance to identify your pet's unique personality! Contains questions, answer sheet, and scoring key, plus sections on implications, eating patterns, and names (matched to the 16 MBTI® personality types).