15 total results for "gordon lawrence"



Zig-Zag™ Process for Problem Solving
Zig-Zag™ Process for Problem Solving

This popular MBTI® tool is based on a model created by Isabel Myers model for problem solving that was further developed by Gordon Lawrence in People Types and Tiger Stripes. The Zig-Zag process uses the four functions, Sensing, Intuition, Thinking, and Feeling in a specific order to help people understand the most efficient and successful way to solve problems or make decisions for individuals and for teams.

Descriptions of the Sixteen Types
Descriptions of the Sixteen Types

Brief MBTI® personality type descriptions written by psychological type expert and author Gordon Lawrence. These succinct descriptions emphasize the values and priorities of each type and suggest the motivational energies behind behaviors. Also included are materials to help introduce MBTI type, such as Words to Help Understanding of Type Concepts.

Diversity Exercise: A Living Type Table Activity for Use With or Without MBTI Feedback
Diversity Exercise: A Living Type Table Activity for Use With or Without MBTI Feedback

Gordon Lawrence, psychological type expert and author of People Types and Tiger Stripes, has created a living type table group exercise that can be used independently or as part of MBTI® feedback. This handout provides multiple ways for you to engage clients in exercises that open the door to appreciating everyone’s unique gifts.

Your Results from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Instrument
Your Results from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Instrument

For people first learning their MBTI results, especially when the MBTI instrument has been handscored. Includes a profile for verifying their type before receiving their scores. The handout contains essential facts about type and the MBTI assessment, which people new to type may forget or ignore if not reminded, also includes Brief Descriptions of the Sixteen Types and a leader's guide.

Communication Patterns
Communication Patterns

Three cartoon panels present the process for communicating with different types by graphically expressing the introverted and extraverted dominant and auxiliary functions. The exercise progresses, allowing participants to determine type dynamics in the final panel. Includes a leader's guide.

Words to Help Understanding of Type Concepts
Words to Help Understanding of Type Concepts

This excerpt from People Types & Tiger Stripes explains E-I, S-N, T-F, and J-P from a first person perspective. For example, "When introverting, I am focusing on ideas, concepts, inner impressions."

Profile of Your MBTI® Results
Profile of Your MBTI® Results

This updated handout is a perfect all-in-one tool for trainers to use in a variety of settings. It includes forms for verifying type, descriptions of all sixteen types, what each type has to offer, and priorities for the four mental functions. Includes a leader's guide.

Finding the Zone
Finding the Zone

“In the zone” – we know it when it happens, especially if we just let go. Our senses are heightened, our minds are clear, our vision is focused, and everything blends in a way that makes our work seem almost effortless. The “zone” is elusive but in Finding the Zone, author and renowned type expert Gordon Lawrence, demonstrates how we can learn to cultivate zone experiences in our daily lives.

Looking at Type® and Learning Styles
Looking at Type® and Learning Styles

Written for both students and teachers, this book helps gain insight into personal learning styles in order to develop more effective study and test-taking strategies and help teachers facilitate learning. Discusses strengths, key motivators, and blind spots for different preferences and provides guidelines to assist teachers in curriculum development and delivery.

Building People, Building Programs
Building People, Building Programs

This comprehensive resource book is an invaluable tool for beginning and experienced MBTI® practitioners alike. As a practical companion to the MBTI® Manual, it helps you discover how to avoid ethical pitfalls, how to select the most appropriate form, administer the Indicator, score, and report results.

Type in Education Kit
Type in Education Kit

Everyone wins when personality type enters the picture in the education process. Teachers, counselors, administrators, parents, and students learn there are many paths to success, and embracing differences yields a love of learning that carries on for life. These three books from CAPT provide a wealth of information for educators who want to help students discover their unique potential, including the foundation of type theory and practical exercises for workshops and the classroom.

Looking at Type® Series
Looking at Type® Series

The Looking at Type® series includes one each of Looking at Type®: The Fundamentals, Looking at Type®: Your Career, Looking at Type® and Learning Styles, Looking at Type® and Spirituality, and Looking at Type® in the Workplace. This package contains all the information you will need to help your clients understand and learn to apply type in all facets of their lives.

People Types & Tiger Stripes
People Types & Tiger Stripes

People’s behavior often seems randomly varied—but according to Carl G. Jung, behavior actually follows patterns. Jung called these patterns "psychological types," and he wrote extensively about these types. Isabel Briggs Myers brought Jung’s concepts into the mainstream through development of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument which helps a person figure out his or her psychological type.

Great Minds Don't Think Alike!
Great Minds Don't Think Alike!

Every day teachers are faced with a sea of expectant faces—each with a different way of seeing and learning. How can we motivate and empower every one of these young people to reach their highest potential? In Great Minds Don’t Think Alike! education experts Diane Payne and Sondra VanSant provide the ultimate lesson plan for transforming classrooms into places where every child becomes engaged in the learning process.

Discovering Type with Teens
Discovering Type with Teens

It’s not easy being a teen. Looking back on those days we often say, "If only I knew then what I know now." That statement resonates even more when we think about all the insights gained from our knowledge of personality type. In this era of constant connectedness, but less actual human contact, personality type can help teens find real connections to their peers and to themselves.