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ENFP Personality Type Pin
ENFP Personality Type Pin

Worn on the collar or lapel, these attractive pins tastefully inform everyone what personality type you are. The four letters of each type are attractively styled in blue enamel on an amber background bordered in gold. A simple pin-and-clasp fastener makes the pin easy to put on and take off without damage to clothes.

ENTJ Personality Type Pin
ENTJ Personality Type Pin

Worn on the collar or lapel, these attractive pins tastefully inform everyone what personality type you are. The four letters of each type are attractively styled in blue enamel on an amber background bordered in gold. A simple pin-and-clasp fastener makes the pin easy to put on and take off without damage to clothes.

ENTP Personality Type Pin
ENTP Personality Type Pin

Worn on the collar or lapel, these attractive pins tastefully inform everyone what personality type you are. The four letters of each type are attractively styled in blue enamel on an amber background bordered in gold. A simple pin-and-clasp fastener makes the pin easy to put on and take off without damage to clothes.

ESFJ Personality Type Pin
ESFJ Personality Type Pin

Worn on the collar or lapel, these attractive pins tastefully inform everyone what personality type you are. The four letters of each type are attractively styled in blue enamel on an amber background bordered in gold. A simple pin-and-clasp fastener makes the pin easy to put on and take off without damage to clothes.

ESFP Personality Type Pin
ESFP Personality Type Pin

Worn on the collar or lapel, these attractive pins tastefully inform everyone what personality type you are. The four letters of each type are attractively styled in blue enamel on an amber background bordered in gold. A simple pin-and-clasp fastener makes the pin easy to put on and take off without damage to clothes.

ESTJ Personality Type Pin
ESTJ Personality Type Pin

Worn on the collar or lapel, these attractive pins tastefully inform everyone what personality type you are. The four letters of each type are attractively styled in blue enamel on an amber background bordered in gold. A simple pin-and-clasp fastener makes the pin easy to put on and take off without damage to clothes.

ESTP Personality Type Pin
ESTP Personality Type Pin

Worn on the collar or lapel, these attractive pins tastefully inform everyone what personality type you are. The four letters of each type are attractively styled in blue enamel on an amber background bordered in gold. A simple pin-and-clasp fastener makes the pin easy to put on and take off without damage to clothes.

INFJ Personality Type Pin
INFJ Personality Type Pin

Worn on the collar or lapel, these attractive pins tastefully inform everyone what personality type you are. The four letters of each type are attractively styled in blue enamel on an amber background bordered in gold. A simple pin-and-clasp fastener makes the pin easy to put on and take off without damage to clothes.

INFP Personality Type Pin
INFP Personality Type Pin

Worn on the collar or lapel, these attractive pins tastefully inform everyone what personality type you are. The four letters of each type are attractively styled in blue enamel on an amber background bordered in gold. A simple pin-and-clasp fastener makes the pin easy to put on and take off without damage to clothes.

INTJ Personality Type Pin
INTJ Personality Type Pin

Worn on the collar or lapel, these attractive pins tastefully inform everyone what personality type you are. The four letters of each type are attractively styled in blue enamel on an amber background bordered in gold. A simple pin-and-clasp fastener makes the pin easy to put on and take off without damage to clothes.

INTP Personality Type Pin
INTP Personality Type Pin

Worn on the collar or lapel, these attractive pins tastefully inform everyone what personality type you are. The four letters of each type are attractively styled in blue enamel on an amber background bordered in gold. A simple pin-and-clasp fastener makes the pin easy to put on and take off without damage to clothes.

ISFJ Personality Type Pin
ISFJ Personality Type Pin

Worn on the collar or lapel, these attractive pins tastefully inform everyone what personality type you are. The four letters of each type are attractively styled in blue enamel on an amber background bordered in gold. A simple pin-and-clasp fastener makes the pin easy to put on and take off without damage to clothes.

ISFP Personality Type Pin
ISFP Personality Type Pin

Worn on the collar or lapel, these attractive pins tastefully inform everyone what personality type you are. The four letters of each type are attractively styled in blue enamel on an amber background bordered in gold. A simple pin-and-clasp fastener makes the pin easy to put on and take off without damage to clothes.

ISTP Personality Type Pin
ISTP Personality Type Pin

Worn on the collar or lapel, these attractive pins tastefully inform everyone what personality type you are. The four letters of each type are attractively styled in blue enamel on an amber background bordered in gold. A simple pin-and-clasp fastener makes the pin easy to put on and take off without damage to clothes.

237 additional results for "type pin"

Compass of the Soul
Compass of the Soul

In this groundbreaking work, author John Giannini offers an in-depth and often philosophical and autobiographical exploration of psychological type that seeks to reconcile type and archetype in Jung's original and subsequent works. Developing the larger implications of the functional couplings is one of Giannini's main objectives in Compass of the Soul.

The Basic Three: Three Quick Steps That Put Type to Work
The Basic Three: Three Quick Steps That Put Type to Work

In The Basic Three, Otto Kroger says, "the greatest gift of typology is self-awareness for better self-management." How people can make type work for them is the focus of this popular DVD. The content is broken down into three basic learning points delivered concisely and humorously. Picking up where the MBTI® Introduction leaves off, The Basic Three serves as either a conclusion or critical transition piece between the Introduction and the Temperaments.

Statistics & Measurement
Statistics & Measurement

In this new edition of Statistics and Measurement: An Introduction, Ray Zeissett offers a fresh approach to the study of statistical research with step-by-step instructions, practical definitions of key terms, and quizzes to test understanding. Originally published to support psychologists in the study of test manuals and research literature, this revised edition provides a broader scope that includes examples from a variety of interest areas and a new section about how to critically read and evaluate research papers.

Creative You
Creative You

Whether you can admit it to yourself or not, you are creative. In today’s complex world, creativity is the key to finding and living your passion. Whatever that passion is—cooking, technology, writing, or even plumbing—Creative You reveals your own personal style of creativity to help you build an environment of innovation at work and home.

Klein Group Instrument® (KGI®) Individual Administration
Klein Group Instrument® (KGI®) Individual Administration

Career effectiveness demands a wide array of skills, including task and interpersonal skills that are essential in reaching goals while working as a part of a team. Balancing the focus between people and productivity is often easier said than done. Few people have been formally taught the skills needed for working in teams, yet supervisors expect good performance despite a lack of training.

Type Tales Home Study Exam
Type Tales Home Study Exam

Type Tales home study exam

Type Tales Home Study Exam and Book
Type Tales Home Study Exam and Book

Type Tales home study exam and book

The Art of Dialogue
The Art of Dialogue

An MBTI book with a dynamic explanation of psychological type and communication researched and crafted by leading type expert, Carloyn Zeisset. Through the observation and recording of hundreds of dialogues, the author identifies the nuances and key phrases that determine different styles of communication.

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.

Stages of Understanding Type
Stages of Understanding Type

A lighthearted way to lead MBTI® workshop participants through the various stages of understanding and becoming familiar with the implications and applications of psychological type. Includes a leader's guide.

Contributions Made by Each Preference to Each Type
Contributions Made by Each Preference to Each Type

Originally published in the 1985 MBTI® Manual, this handout shows the contributions made by each of the eight preferences to each of the sixteen MBTI personality types. The Effects of Each of the Eight Preferences in Work Situations, originally published in the 1987 version of Introduction to Type® by Isabel Myers, is also presented.

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.

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.

Decision Making and Type
Decision Making and Type

This exercise and handout describes a model for using MBTI theory for balanced decision making, step-by-step, in friendly how-to language based on the MBTI psychological type preferences. The seven steps remind workshop participants of the advantages of using the MBTI model in problem-solving situations.

Building A Living Type Table
Building A Living Type Table

This 12-page leader's guide provides MBTI® trainers and facilitators with a detailed strategy for building a living type table by asking participants to self-report according to a verbal description of the preferences. This fun and informative exercise can also be used by teachers to introduce type to students.

Leadership and Type
Leadership and Type

CAPT handout that summarizes the characteristic leadership styles and blind spots of each of the 16 MBTI personality types, taken from research surveys collected by CAPT.

Pathways to Integrity Home Study Exam
Pathways to Integrity Home Study Exam

Pathways to Integrity home study exam

Pathways to Integrity Home Study Exam and Book
Pathways to Integrity Home Study Exam and Book

Pathways to Integrity home study exam and book

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.

Looking at Type®: The Fundamentals
Looking at Type®: The Fundamentals

Looking at Type®: The Fundamentals is designed to give a clearer picture of results from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® assessment or the Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children® assessment. This insight can enrich relationships, aid the decision-making process, and increase sense of self-worth and personal competence.

Understanding the Type Table
Understanding the Type Table

Detailed instructions in the form of a participant handout for understanding and applying MBTI® type basics and type dynamics for beginners. The handout explains how to understand the personality type table divisions, how to determine dominant and auxiliary functions for the 16 MBTI types, and characteristics of the preference pairs in the type table columns (ST, SF, NF, NT) and the quadrants (IS, ES, IN, EN).

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.

ENTP TypeNotes Post-it® Pads
ENTP TypeNotes Post-it® Pads

Display your personality type with these high quality TypeNotes Post-it® Pads. In addition to your four-letter type, TypeNotes include four key words to describe the unique characteristics of your type—energetic, conceptual, logical, spontaneous. Wonderful for all those reminders and lists you and your friends create every day.

ESTJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads
ESTJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads

Display your personality type with these high quality TypeNotes Post-it® Pads. In addition to your four-letter type, TypeNotes include four key words to describe the unique characteristics of your type—active, realistic, logical, structured. Wonderful for all those reminders and lists you and your friends create every day.

ESFJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads
ESFJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads

Display your personality type with these high quality TypeNotes Post-it® Pads. In addition to your four-letter type, TypeNotes include four key words to describe the unique characteristics of your type—caring, responsible, energetic, organized. Wonderful for all those reminders and lists you and your friends create every day.

ENFJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads
ENFJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads

Display your personality type with these high quality TypeNotes Post-it® Pads. In addition to your four-letter type, TypeNotes include four key words to describe the unique characteristics of your type—warm, enthusiastic, idealistic, communicative. Wonderful for all those reminders and lists you and your friends create every day.

ENTJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads
ENTJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads

Display your personality type with these high quality TypeNotes Post-it® Pads. In addition to your four-letter type, TypeNotes include four key words to describe the unique characteristics of your type—analytical, strategic, competent, visionary. Wonderful for all those reminders and lists you and your friends create every day.

ISTJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads
ISTJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads

Display your personality type with these high quality TypeNotes Post-it® Pads. In addition to your four-letter type, TypeNotes include four key words to describe the unique characteristics of your type—responsible, just, loyal, pragmatic. Wonderful for all those reminders and lists you and your friends create every day.

ISFJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads
ISFJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads

Display your personality type with these high quality TypeNotes Post-it® Pads. In addition to your four-letter type, TypeNotes include four key words to describe the unique characteristics of your type—warm, conscientious, dependable, realistic. Wonderful for all those reminders and lists you and your friends create every day.

INFJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads
INFJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads

Display your personality type with these high quality TypeNotes Post-it® Pads. In addition to your four-letter type, TypeNotes include four key words to describe the unique characteristics of your type—perceptive, creative, warm, harmonious. Wonderful for all those reminders and lists you and your friends create every day.

INTJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads
INTJ TypeNotes Post-it® Pads

Display your personality type with these high quality TypeNotes Post-it® Pads. In addition to your four-letter type, TypeNotes include four key words to describe the unique characteristics of your type—insightful, analytical, competent, imaginative. Wonderful for all those reminders and lists you and your friends create every day.

ISFP TypeNotes Post-it® Pads
ISFP TypeNotes Post-it® Pads

Display your personality type with these high quality TypeNotes Post-it® Pads. In addition to your four-letter type, TypeNotes include four key words to describe the unique characteristics of your type—present, joyful, compassionate, gentle. Wonderful for all those reminders and lists you and your friends create every day.

INFP TypeNotes Post-it® Pads
INFP TypeNotes Post-it® Pads

Display your personality type with these high quality TypeNotes Post-it® Pads. In addition to your four-letter type, TypeNotes include four key words to describe the unique characteristics of your type—idealistic, caring, complex, creative. Wonderful for all those reminders and lists you and your friends create every day.

INTP TypeNotes Post-it® Pads
INTP TypeNotes Post-it® Pads

Display your personality type with these high quality TypeNotes Post-it® Pads. In addition to your four-letter type, TypeNotes include four key words to describe the unique characteristics of your type—conceptual, creative,analytic, reflective. Wonderful for all those reminders and lists you and your friends create every day.

ENFP TypeNotes Post-it® Pads
ENFP TypeNotes Post-it® Pads

Display your personality type with these high quality TypeNotes Post-it® Pads. In addition to your four-letter type, TypeNotes include four key words to describe the unique characteristics of your type—engaged, creative, warm, active. Wonderful for all those reminders and lists you and your friends create every day.

Stress: How the Types Respond
Stress: How the Types Respond

This CAPT handout provides results from a survey of MBTI® training participants over a period of three years that summarize the types of situations that each MBTI personality type finds stressful and how each type behaves under stress.

Looking at Type® and Spirituality Home Study Exam
Looking at Type® and Spirituality Home Study Exam

Looking at Type® and Spirituality home study exam

Looking at Type® and Spirituality Home Study Exam and Book
Looking at Type® and Spirituality Home Study Exam and Book

Looking at Type® and Spirituality home study exam and book

Type Table Grids
Type Table Grids

A blank MBTI® type table for use in workshops to show the whole type preferences of individuals or the number of people in each preference. 8.5" x 11".

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.

Psychological Types at Work
Psychological Types at Work

Understanding others in the workplace is essential in order to succeed. Psychological Types at Work explores the effect of personality types and the relationships that form because of them. Author Rowan Bayne presents his research of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument and discusses how an understanding of that instrument and personality types can improve recruitment, communication, health, stress management, and counseling.

Psychological Types
Psychological Types

Jung reviews concepts of type in classical and medieval thought and in modern philosophy, poetry, aesthetics, psychopathology, and biography, and goes on to discuss his own epoch-shaping ideas. Volume 6 of Jung's Collected Works is the first and most complete formulation of his ideas. The appendix includes four papers on type from lectures in 1913, 1923, 1931, and 1936.

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.

Manager Communications and Type
Manager Communications and Type

Effective communication skills are a must in the workplace for leaders, managers, and staff. Understanding of MBTI personality type can be a powerful tool for improving communication. This handout demonstrates how each MBTI type handles a number of common communication situations in the workplace including giving instructions, receiving feedback, and resolving conflicts.

MBTI® Type Table Poster
MBTI® Type Table Poster

Displays the 16 types in the positions allocated by Myers as described in the MBTI® Manual. The table can be used for reference only or to show the names of group members by each type. Size 23" x 29".

Dialogue Worksheets
Dialogue Worksheets

This metaphorical exercise was fashioned to go hand-in-hand with Earle Page's Looking at Type® feedback model in order to give workshop participants that are new to type a real-world example to relate to their results. This exercise is designed to help participants better understand the dichotomus nature of type.

Just Your Type
Just Your Type

Drawing on 20 years of research, Just Your Type offers practical insight into personality type and how it can enhance any relationship. Through discussions of each type pairing, you will recognize your own behavior patterns, understand more about your partner's strengths and quirks, and gain new insight to help you understand and appreciate your partner as never before.

Looking at Type®: Your Career
Looking at Type®: Your Career

The standard for MBTI® feedback in career counseling, this book describes how type is useful in career selection, linking type to interests, values, skills, decision making, and action planning. Teachers and MMTIC® facilitators will also find this resource helpful to students approaching high school graduation to gain insight into job responsibilities and career paths more likely to be personally satisfying.

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.

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.

Still True to Type
Still True to Type

A follow-up book to Jeffries earlier True to Type, this book is aimed at the professional counselor and the human resources manager and answers 66 questions about administering and interpreting the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument. The author is an acclaimed business consultant who has used the Indicator in many countries over the last seventeen years.

I Am a Good Student—Elementary School Verification Activity
I Am a Good Student—Elementary School Verification Activity

Guiding students through the type verification process is crucial to understanding their results of the Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children® (MMTIC®) assessment. This type verification activity handout is written for the elementary school student, and includes relevant and recognizable examples of the type dichotomies that help young children through the feedback process.

I Am a Good Student—Middle/Junior High School Verification Activity
I Am a Good Student—Middle/Junior High School Verification Activity

Guiding students through the type verification process is crucial to understanding their results of the Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children® (MMTIC®) assessment. This type verification activity handout is written for the middle school student, and includes relevant and recognizable examples of the type dichotomies that help middle and junior high schoolers engage in the feedback process.

I Am a Good Student—High School Verification Activity
I Am a Good Student—High School Verification Activity

Guiding students through the type verification process is crucial to understanding their results of the Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children® (MMTIC®) assessment. This type verification activity handout is written for the high school student, and includes relevant and recognizable examples of the type dichotomies that help high schoolers immerse themselves in the feedback process.

Looking at Type® in the Workplace
Looking at Type® in the Workplace

A fundamental introduction to how an individual's psychological type affects daily interactions at work and can influence everyday workplace activities such as responding to conflict, work style, being part of a team, making decisions, dealing with change, and communication.

Write From the Start Home Study CE Exam
Write From the Start Home Study CE Exam

Write From the Start Home Study Exam

Which Type Am I? Clarifying Your Best-Fit Type
Which Type Am I? Clarifying Your Best-Fit Type

A self-explanatory handout for helping a client clarify his or her best-fit MBTI® personality type. Type is explored through facts and explanations of the way in which psychological type is assessed and how certain circumstances may affect the way a person chooses to answer the questions on the MBTI instrument.

Eight Function Attitudes
Eight Function Attitudes

An excellent introduction to MBTI personality type dynamics that is also useful as a quick reference for the eight function-attitudes. One side of the handout offers a brief description of the qualities and activities associated with each function-attitude, and the other side describes the development of the function-attitudes and lists the dominant, auxiliary, and least preferred functions.

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.

Personality Type and Stress
Personality Type and Stress

A handout that gives useful clues to how executives of different MBTI personality types may respond to stress and how to minimize the effects of stress. Responses to moderate and extreme stress for each of the 16 MBTI psychological types are described, and behavioral and perspective changes are suggested.

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."

Working Together
Working Together

This book discusses different personality types and how to identify, work with, and understand them to create optimum productivity. The concepts presented are based on the ideas of human psychology developed by Carl Jung, Isabel Briggs Myers, Ernst Kretschmer, and David Keirsey.

Looking at Type® and Spirituality
Looking at Type® and Spirituality

Are you excited by active expression of your spirituality, or are you more interested in opportunities for reflection upon the divine? Learn more about how these preferences can have a powerful impact on how you express your spirituality, common stumbling blocks to spirituality, and how your spirituality can grow deeper.

ISTJ Personality Type Placard
ISTJ Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

ISFJ Personality Type Placard
ISFJ Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

INFJ Personality Type Placard
INFJ Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

INTJ Personality Type Placard
INTJ Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

ISTP Personality Type Placard
ISTP Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

ISFP Personality Type Placard
ISFP Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

INFP Personality Type Placard
INFP Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

INTP Personality Type Placard
INTP Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

ESTP Personality Type Placard
ESTP Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

ESFP Personality Type Placard
ESFP Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

ENFP Personality Type Placard
ENFP Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

ENTP Personality Type Placard
ENTP Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

ESTJ Personality Type Placard
ESTJ Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

ESFJ Personality Type Placard
ESFJ Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

ENFJ Personality Type Placard
ENFJ Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

ENTJ Personality Type Placard
ENTJ Personality Type Placard

Stimulate conversation about type with these placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

Management and Leadership Styles: Type Related Issues
Management and Leadership Styles: Type Related Issues

A useful handout to help develop leadership and management styles by increasing understanding of MBTI personality type preferences, especially as they relate to a person's use of dominant preferences over the other mental functions. The leader's guide provides issues for discussion including ways in which a leader's personality type preferences can be viewed in respect to the other types on a team or in an organization.

Looking at Type® Talking Points
Looking at Type® Talking Points

This ready-to-go script, designed for an introductory MBTI® workshop, is written in an easy to use speech-style format. It includes all of the information necessary for an effective presentation. The sixteen personality preferences are clearly outlined and the script includes several sample exercises.

Out of Time
Out of Time

Understanding time management in relationship to psychological type is an invaluable tool for everyone from high-school students to CEOs. This booklet provides detailed explorations of each type's approach to time management and work style. Contains comments from workshop participants, who offer personal observations about their own use of time management tools, solutions for overcoming time traps, what leads to procrastination, and how individual types are motivated.

Developing The Skills And Qualities Of The Eight Function-Attitudes
Developing The Skills And Qualities Of The Eight Function-Attitudes

This handout offers suggestions for exploring MBTI personality type in developing the potentials of the eight function-attitudes for personal growth, for better understanding of others, and to increase effectiveness in the workplace. Includes definitions of the eight function-attitudes and how to develop and apply skills based on understanding this aspect of psychological type dynamics.

Looking at Type® Training Kit
Looking at Type® Training Kit

This three-part training kit provides the perfect combination of tools for an explanation of psychological type to individuals and groups. It has been designed for both MBTI® and MMTIC® consultants, facilitators, teachers, and other professionals who want a complete system for presenting an easy-to-use introductory workshop or feedback session.

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® Booklet
Looking at Type® Booklet

The crisp graphics of this revised edition bring a contemporary sparkle to this proven classic material that explains personality type with easy-to-understand illustrations and keywords. Looking at Type® is designed for MBTI® professionals and MMTIC™ facilitators who deliver individual feedback to clients or students, or conduct introductory workshop sessions on psychological type.

Applied Jungian Psychology Home Study Exam
Applied Jungian Psychology Home Study Exam

Applied Jungian Psychology Home Study Exam

Applied Jungian Psychology Home Study Exam and Book
Applied Jungian Psychology Home Study Exam and Book

Applied Jungian Psychology Home Study Exam and Book

INTJ Icon Placard
INTJ Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

Shape Up Your Program
Shape Up Your Program

An indispensable compilation of more than 60 tried-and-true exercises developed by experienced MBTI® trainers and consultants to introduce type concepts to groups. Helpful hints, tips, and humor provide a variety of ways to help others appreciate the wonderful gifts each MBTI personality type has to offer.

Procrastination
Procrastination

Contains suggested approaches to help procrastinators overcome the often obstructive pattern of putting off tasks. An oft-mentioned assumption that perceiving types are the procrastinators is not the case! This booklet discusses how different types procrastinate and how each can strengthen qualities that eliminate procrastination.

Who Do You Want on Your Team?
Who Do You Want on Your Team?

An entertaining MBTI® exercise with a "survivor" flavor that emphasizes the importance and contributions of all Myers-Briggs® personality types to a team. Participants learn how a missing viewpoint may affect decision making and problem solving. Each exercise package contains a detailed leader's guide, handouts for participants, and sets of color-coded cards for up to eight groups.

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.

YOU
YOU

Based on MBTI® personality type and the 20 underlying facets of the Step II instrument, You is full of tips and tools designed to help people become more personally and professionally effective. Suggested self-management strategies are based on research and the collective knowledge of the authors, resulting in an outstanding resource for professionals and individuals.

Soul Types
Soul Types

Through stories, examples, and practical exercises, this revised edition of SoulTypes will help people discover which approach to spirituality, or "soul work," is most natural to each personality type. Jane Kise and Sandra Hirsh, coauthors of LifeKeys, explain what made past spiritual experiences meaningful, joyful, hollow, or even painful and uncover new paths for soul work that can add fullness to life at every stage of our journey, even in the midst of difficulties.

MBTI® Challenge Cards
MBTI® Challenge Cards

This fun, easy card game assists people just learning about type to identify and understand the eight preferences. Deck contains 48 cards: 24 representing famous quotes descriptive of each of the four preference scales, and 24 representing behaviors associated with each of the scales. Game takes 30 to 45 minutes, depending on the size and skill level of the group.

INFJ Icon Placard
INFJ Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

ISTJ Icon Placard
ISTJ Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

Women and the Leadership Q
Women and the Leadership Q

Although this book focuses on women, it is, in fact, a primer for anyone wishing to become a stronger leader and to excel in any competitive environment. Drawing from her own uniquely derived type system, Shoya Zichy presents a method of using type that is clear, innovative, and completely practical.

What's Your Career Search Style?
What's Your Career Search Style?

A handout intended to help people understand and apply MBTI® personality type career searches. Provides skills and applications for first-time job seekers and individuals making career changes. Checklists by preferences help build self-awareness and enhance career search effectiveness. Includes a leader's guide.

MMTIC® Professional Verified Type Report
MMTIC® Professional Verified Type Report

The MMTIC® Professional Verified Type Report is designed to complement the student report, and is written for the professional rather than the student. Counselors, teachers, and consultants get information on how to help students understand their results of the MMITC assessment, as well as specific statements about how the student’s personality type affects learning styles and relationships.

Type Talk at Work
Type Talk at Work

The authors make it easy to recognize your own type and those of your co-workers through work-related type descriptions. Discover how to see patterns of behavior in the workplace that if better understood could improve teamwork and increase effectiveness and understanding between employees and employer.

Do What You Are
Do What You Are

Use personality type to unlock the secret of career satisfaction. From high school students to midlife job changers, this guide helps readers discover their best career choice. Includes a lively introduction to type, workbook exercises, criteria for satisfaction, in-depth interviews with career-satisfied people, specific job-search strategies, and an extensive list of occupations that are popular for each type.

MBTI® Introduction Workbook
MBTI® Introduction Workbook

A participant workbook is also available as a companion piece to the MBTI® Introduction DVD presentation. In addition to basic type information, it has descriptions for each of the 16 types that include short descriptions on Communication Style, Problem Solving and Stress, Values, Workplace Contribution, Leadership Qualities, and Team Spirit.

Typewatching Audio Series
Typewatching Audio Series

This series of original recordings—newly packaged and transferred to CD—presents an entertaining and useful analysis of each of the MBTI® sixteen personality types. Listen, laugh, and learn as renowned counselors, authors and OKA founding partners Otto Kroeger and Janet M. Thuesen discuss personality type.

Verifying Type with Students
Verifying Type with Students

In this teachers guide to the type verification process author Elizabeth Murphy gives a clear and concise road map for teachers to successfully use the Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children® (MMTIC®) assessment with their students. The I Am a Good Student handouts are used in conjunction with this book for the feedback process.

16 Types Personality Type Placard Set
16 Types Personality Type Placard Set

Stimulate conversation about type with these new placards from CAPT. The classic understated design of these placards make sharing type easy in workshops, offices, meetings, and classes. The back side includes an evocative and relevant description of your type, along with four carefully chosen words that elegantly create a portrait of your personality type.

MMTIC® Student Verified Type Report
MMTIC® Student Verified Type Report

When a child or young person takes the Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children® (MMTIC®) assessment, and before they get their scored student report, it is required that they go through a type verification process with a qualified adult. If the student verifies a different preference on any of the four scales, the MMTIC® Verified Type Report can be generated for an additional fee.

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).

Type Prayers
Type Prayers

These accurate, often humorous sayings capture the essence of each type. Display them during your presentations and watch people recognize themselves with a smile. Printed on 8.5" x 11" colored paper. 16 pages, one for each type.

Write From the Start Home Study CE Exam and Book
Write From the Start Home Study CE Exam and Book

Write From the Start Home Study CE Exam and Book

16 Types Icon Placard Set
16 Types Icon Placard Set

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

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.

Strategies for Success
Strategies for Success

The next step after giving high school or college students their MBTI® results! A practical nuts-and-bolts approach to understanding learning styles and strategy differences. This book helps students understand how they can use their strengths more effectively in a learning environment.

Type and Families Kit
Type and Families Kit

Keeping your family on an even keel can be incredibly challenging. The Type and Families Kit will help you embrace and respect differences in your partner, your children—and yourself! The Type and Families Kit includes: Intimacy and Type by Jane Hardy Jones and Ruth G. Sherman MotherStyles by Janet P.

Portraits of Type
Portraits of Type

The authors summarize more than 30 years of research with the MBTI assessment tool at the Institute of Personality Assessment and Research (IPAR). The IPAR method of assessing personality includes self-report personality and cognitive instruments, as well as observational measures. The results provide an unparalleled depth of information about the MBTI instrument and about the 16 types as seen by others.

One of a Kind
One of a Kind

Every child is unique and through the understanding of psychological type, parents can learn to recognize their children's special gifts and separate personalities. As one of the first books to focus on type in children, One of Kind offers clear and practical information for developing a deeper understanding of personality type.

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.

Write from the Start
Write from the Start

Learn how to break writer's block and reduce writing anxiety through the power of psychological type. This practical and enjoyable workbook helps make the writing process easier and more effective through an abundance of tools, examples, and exercises. Author Ann Loomis helps readers discover their natural gifts and relate better to their audiences.

Pathways to Integrity
Pathways to Integrity

Life presents us with many ambiguous situations in which we ask ourselves two fundamental questions: "What should I do?" and "How should I decide?" Psychological type affects our habitual patterns of ethical choice making—patterns that can be made conscious, leading to expanded knowledge of self and to greater moral integration and wholeness.

Management Implications of Type
Management Implications of Type

An exercise for management training when participants have been grouped by the combinations of perception and judgment (ST, SF, NF, NT). The one-page summary compares the four groups based on focus of attention, preferred organizational structure, goals, managerial values, and possible managerial weaknesses.

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.

ISFP Icon Placard
ISFP Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

INTP Icon Placard
INTP Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

ESFP Icon Placard
ESFP Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

ESTJ Icon Placard
ESTJ Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

ENFJ Icon Placard
ENFJ Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

ISTP Icon Placard
ISTP Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

INFP Icon Placard
INFP Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

ISFJ Icon Placard
ISFJ Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

ESTP Icon Placard
ESTP Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

ENFP Icon Placard
ENFP Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

ENTP Icon Placard
ENTP Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

ESFJ Icon Placard
ESFJ Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

The Introvert Advantage
The Introvert Advantage

Calling all introverts—and you know who you are! Here's a book that will help you recognize your inner strengths and uniqueness, as well as boost your confidence as you learn to live true to form. Covering relationships, parenting (including parenting the introverted child), socializing, and the workplace, The Introvert Advantage presents coping strategies, tactics for managing energy, and hundreds of other tips for successfully living in an extrovert world.

ENTJ Icon Placard
ENTJ Icon Placard

Display your personality type with these colorful placards, designed to inspire conversation about type with people of all ages. Your type is shown in the middle of a quadrangle with lively illustrations representing each of your preferences, including a brief type description on the back of the card.

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

The Zig-Zag™ process is based on Isabel Myers' model for conscious use of Sensing, Intuition, Thinking, and Feeling to solve problems individually or as a group. In addition to its utility in teaching the Zig-Zag method, the poster is useful in teaching type dynamics and type development. Size 23" x 29".

Exploring Personality Type: Creating a Personal Path for Success
Exploring Personality Type: Creating a Personal Path for Success

Written for high school students, this is a book about the unique ways they like to learn, think, and act as they go through life. Exploring Personality Type: Creating a Personal Path for Success can be used to help students better understand their MMTIC® results both in the classroom and at home. Students will see themselves in the descriptions of the distinctive personalities and learning styles, because these descriptions are based on years of careful observations of real people.

Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Best And Your Best
Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Best And Your Best

Written at the elementary school level, Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Best and Your Best is about how students might like to learn, think, and act. This is a great resource to help children better understand their MMTIC® results and psychological type at home or in the classroom. Students will see themselves in some of the descriptions of different personality types and learning styles.

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.

Most Excellent Differences
Most Excellent Differences

Every student knows, and almost every teacher has forgotten, that the personality of the teacher is a crucial component of every class. This book suggests ways to think about the relationship of who we are to what we do as teachers. Chapter topics include making assignments, responding to student writing, personality and computers, and even type and library research.

Portraits of Self-Esteem
Portraits of Self-Esteem

Through an exploration of the 16 psychological types, author Bonnie Golden offers a unique and useful guide to enhancing self-esteem. Her work is based on surveys from more than 300 community college students, who comprise the composite profiles of how self-esteem is expressed by each of the 16 types.

Breakthrough Creativity
Breakthrough Creativity

The author draws on her experience as an international consultant and trainer, as well as her academic research and study of creativity, to develop powerful tools and insights for improving creative results at work. She explores eight creative talents—adventurer (ES), navigator (IS), explorer (EN), visionary (IN), pilot (ET), inventor (IT), harmonizer (EF), and poet (IF)—that can be drawn upon as the basis for developing flexibility in reactions to challenges.

Poster: The Eight Preferences
Poster: The Eight Preferences

This poster helps members of a group keep in mind the names and letters of the eight psychological type preferences, E-I, S-N, T-F, and J-P, with brief additional reminders of the behaviors associated with each preference. Size 23" x 29"

MBTI® Step III™ Question Booklets
MBTI® Step III™ Question Booklets

These booklets are reusable and are designed to be distributed to clients for paper and pencil administration. The scorable answer sheets are sold separately. Step III is the term used to reflect the effectiveness with which a person uses perception and judgment. The practitioner would use this tool to help people develop their personality type as completely as possible.

Sundial
Sundial

Sundial is an interdisciplinary work about cognition and health that encompasses the disciplines of psychology, medicine, complementary healthcare, and spirituality. Author Barbara E. Bryden, Ph.D., considers the possible connections between psychological type and disease in a way that appeals to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® practitioner.

Discovering You
Discovering You

The Discovering You guide will help you understand the role psychological type plays in everyday living. Whether you simply want to learn more about yourself, examine your relationships with others at home or in the workplace, or explore your career options, the information in this report can be very helpful for you.

Let's Split the Difference
Let's Split the Difference

Understanding the subtle differences between similar personality types can be a challenge. Susan Nash’s book, Let's Split the Difference, is designed as a resource for trainers, consultants, coaches, and leaders to help individuals assess their best-fit type, and gain greater access to their innate strengths.

Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Strengths and Stretches
Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Strengths and Stretches

Written for middle and junior high school students, this is a book about how students like to learn, think, and act. Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Strengths and Stretches can be used to help students better understand their MMTIC® results both in the classroom and at home. Students will see themselves in some of the descriptions of different personality types and learning styles.

Was That Really Me? Home Study Exam
Was That Really Me? Home Study Exam

Was That Really Me? home study exam

Was That Really Me? Home Study Exam and Book
Was That Really Me? Home Study Exam and Book

Was That Really Me? home study exam and book

Navigating Your Career
Navigating Your Career

The Navigating Your Career guide is intended to help you use your results from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment in your career exploration, decision making, and development. Whether you are making early career decisions, thinking about a career change, or exploring your options for career development, the information in this report can be helpful for you.

MBTI® Step I™ Poster Kit
MBTI® Step I™ Poster Kit

The Poster Kit includes two posters of Type Tables, and one each of The Eight Preferences, Zig-Zag™ Process for Problem Solving, and Excellence and the Mental Functions. Size 23" x 29".

Jung's Typology in Perspective
Jung's Typology in Perspective

An essential Jungian publication, affording its readers a more accessible, less intimidating approach to typology relative to Jung's larger model of human psychology. For the Jungian disciple, Spoto provides a rich and compelling insight into Jung, man and mind. For the reader interested in the application of typology, professional or personal, the author offers a captivating introduction to Jung as well as an analysis of type inventories, particularly on the MBTI® instrument and the Singer Loomis Inventory of Personality, showing type inventories as invaluable and gratifying alternatives or complements to myth, story, and dream analysis.

Making Effective Career Decisions
Making Effective Career Decisions

Career consultants will find this handout beneficial for helping clients understand their MBTI personality type preferences in relationship to career choices and job searches. The handout was developed to help consultants use psychological type for a variety of people from first-time job seekers right out of high school or college to more mature individuals who are making career and life changes.

Was That Really Me?
Was That Really Me?

This revised edition of the best-selling Beside Ourselves offers the same dynamic information about the tertiary and inferior functions, but explores more deeply new information about work-related stress and what happens when we operate in the stress mode for too long. Contains an easy-to-understand explanation of type dynamics and development and includes new discussions and stories about how each type functions at work.

MMTIC® Career Report
MMTIC® Career Report

Many school systems now require career exploration for students. The MMTIC® Career Report is appropriate for both middle and high school students and includes type specific information related to select jobs that students of a particular type would most likely find appealing. Students are asked to reflect on values, interests, and skills and suggestions are also given on how to research potential careers.

Juris Types
Juris Types

Written by law school professors and psychological type experts Don and Martha Peters, Juris Types: Learning Law Through Self-Understanding goes beyond general study tips to help you find learning strategies ideally suited to your unique personality. Juris Types includes a CD-ROM of reproducible step-by-step exercises to help guide you through each chapter.

Type and Spirituality Kit
Type and Spirituality Kit

Your personality type can impact the way to express your spirituality, and each type may be inclined toward some sort of prayer, mediation, or belief. This collection of thoughtful books will help you find your own unique spiritual path. The Type and Spirituality Kit includes: Looking at Type® and Spiritualityby Sandra K.

MBTI® Introduction
MBTI® Introduction

This DVD presentation provides an outstanding overview for people who have taken the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® assessment and looking for a complete explanation of their results. It is also an excellent tool for trainers who want to supplement their curriculum design through fresh and relevent stories, examples and points of content.

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.

Resolving Conflict
Resolving Conflict

Living and working together can be a challenge. Managing and resolving conflict through mutual understanding becomes easier once you know about your personality type. The Resolving Conflict guide will help you identify your natural inclinations and skills when a conflict occurs and explore how to build on those strengths to negotiate a resolution more effectively, especially with people who grasp information and make decisions differently from you.

MMTIC® Manual
MMTIC® Manual

Includes a general introduction to type and the Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children® (MMTIC®) assessment. The development, administration, and scoring of the MMTIC assessment are explained, along with information on the reliability and validity of the instrument. It also contains suggestions for applications of type knowledge in the classroom.

MotherStyles
MotherStyles

Janet Penley, author of The M.O.M.S.® Handbook, offers MotherStyles, a new inspirational tool to help every mother understand herself, break the myth of the ideal mother, and find the strength to develop her own style. Through use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) instrument, the most extensively researched and widely used personality inventory in the history of psychological type, MotherStyles aims to strengthen the parent-child relationship.

Flex® Sell
Flex® Sell

Developed for use in a FLEX® workshop, using the Flex® Leader's Guide this workbook teaches how to recognize your own preferred style of communication, how to recognize behavior cues that indicate personal interaction styles in others, and how to adjust—or "flex"—your style to better respond to particular individuals.

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.

The Developing Child
The Developing Child

In this pioneering work, Elizabeth Murphy uses personality type as theorized by Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung to facilitate our understanding of naturally occurring differences in children. This book provides adults with the opportunity to examine well-tested paths for developing positive relationships with the children in their lives.

Type Tales (Paperback)
Type Tales (Paperback)

Author and artist Diane Farris uses innovative photography to illustrate four charming tales about canine friends Millie and Momo. Written for children grades one through five, these engaging stories address type in a way children will understand. By following Millie and Momo's daily adventures, children learn about the differences in personalities.

The Magnificent 16
The Magnificent 16

The Magnificent 16 DVD-ROM promotes self-knowledge and understanding of others through extensive video portraits of each of the 16 MBTI® personality types. The gallery of portraits of each psychological type starts with an animation and concludes with an individual menu page. Each one is based on the premise that type provides people with a different physiological structure that shapes the experiences of everyday life; each interactive menu page mirrors that structure so that viewers may experience that function directly.

I'm Not Crazy, I'm Just Not You
I'm Not Crazy, I'm Just Not You

The authors apply the 16 personality types to everyday situations — working, loving, parenting, and communicating with friends and colleagues — vividly illustrating how our personality preferences color our perceptions and experience. They explain how to recognize and value differences without letting them get in the way of our relationships, how to recognize interpersonal blind spots, and how to communicate successfully with others.

Type Tales (Hardcover)
Type Tales (Hardcover)

Author and artist Diane Farris uses innovative photography to illustrate four charming tales about canine friends Millie and Momo. Written for children grades one through five, these engaging stories address type in a way children will understand. By following Millie and Momo's daily adventures, children learn about the differences in personalities.

TLC at Work: Training, Leading, Coaching
TLC at Work: Training, Leading, Coaching

Add a little TLC to your workplace with ideas from award-winning author and consultant, Donna Dunning. Her comprehensive book, TLC at Work, is full of hands-on, interactive tools that make workplace development and business performance improvements a fun and exciting venture. Dunning shares her years of experience with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument and personality types and delivers practical strategies, assessment tools, and step-by-step advice to help employees become self-directed and skilled communicators.

Applications of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® in Counseling
Applications of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® in Counseling

Through her extensive use of the MBTI instrument in college counseling and in private practice, Judith Provost, Ph.D., shares her counseling experiences with 18 clients representing all 16 types and a wide range of ages. Written with the counselor in mind, this book recommends ways to help students and couples and explores the applications of multicultural counseling principles when using the Indicator.

Health Care Communication Using Personality Type
Health Care Communication Using Personality Type

In a field where effective and empathic communication is crucial, an approach that recognizes and values different styles of communication is imperative. Using integrated research, actual examples from health care workers and patients, the tenets of type, and principles from the FLEX Care® program, the authors introduce a remarkable human model that acknowledges individual personalities.

Differentiation Through Personality Types
Differentiation Through Personality Types

This new, comprehensive resource by Jane Kise, author of Differentiated Coaching and Find Your Fit, presents an easy-to-implement, usable framework that assists K-12 teachers in achieving success in the classroom. Readers will find clear direction in appealing to different learning personalities and practical ideas and activities for immediate application in the classroom.

Recovery From Loss
Recovery From Loss

The process of grief is different for everyone and understanding how those differences are manifested in actions and thoughts can be the key to healing from the physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual aspects of loss. Through Mr. Tagliaferre's insightful perspective of his own poignant journey and Dr.

Building Better Relationships
Building Better Relationships

Making your relationship work is one of your most important and challenging life goals, and using the lens of personality can help couples thrive. Insights related to your personality type can be very helpful for improving your close relationships because the foundation of type theory is that different ways of seeing the world and making decisions are all natural and all equally valuable.

Teamwork Analysis Exercise
Teamwork Analysis Exercise

A comprehensive team-building exercise using principles of psychological type. Four hypothetical teams are presented with each member's MBTI® type indicated. Workshop participants are asked various questions about the functioning of the teams. Includes a leader's guide.

MBTI®  Step III™ Answer Sheets
MBTI® Step III™ Answer Sheets

Step III answer sheets are mailed in for scoring to the CAPT Scoring Department in Gainesville, Florida. Reusable Step III booklets are sold separately. Step III is the term used to reflect the effectiveness with which a person uses perception and judgment. The practitioner would use this tool to help people develop their personality type as completely as possible.

Thinking Cop, Feeling Cop
Thinking Cop, Feeling Cop

This book provides a groundbreaking resource for police executives, officers on the street, media representatives, trainers, and others involved in the fields of civil and criminal justice. A broad range of topics include personality types in policing, differences in communication and management styles, strengths and weaknesses of each style, women in law enforcement, and police conflicts with other professions.

Leadership Development
Leadership Development

This book serves as an outstanding resource guide for consultants and trainers concerned with leadership development for managers. Numerous examples for type development are presented along with case studies from a variety of industries. As a powerful and practical guide for teaching others how to realize leadership potential, this book builds on the authors' previous work, The Leadership Equation.

Intimacy and Type
Intimacy and Type

A good relationship with another person is one of the most essential ingredients for a satisfying life. Nurturing that relationship so it will grow is not always easy—it’s good to have help! Intimacy and Type uses the principles of psychological type to give couples common ground for understanding how their individual personalities impact their interactions in relationships.

Flex® Talk
Flex® Talk

Developed for use in a FLEX® workshop using the Flex® Leader's Guide, this workbook teaches how to recognize your own preferred style of communication, how to recognize behavior cues that indicate personal interaction styles in others, and how to adjust—or "flex"—your style to better respond to particular individuals.

Applied Jungian Psychology
Applied Jungian Psychology

Applied Jungian Psychology explores the middle to post-middle years of the human life cycle. This thoughtful and practical booklet is designed to be used in multiple settings: in a workshop led by a certified facilitator, in a self-directed group, or by an individual working alone. A professional facilitator can enhance the methods described by Dr.

Poster: Excellence and the Mental Functions
Poster: Excellence and the Mental Functions

This poster, Excellence and the Mental Functions, exemplifies the necessity of using all four functions, S, N, T, and F, and the way each contributes to excellence. It provides useful support for the problem-solving exercises, Zig-Zag™ Process for Problem Solving and Decision Making and Type. Size 23" x 29".

MMTIC® Professional Report
MMTIC® Professional Report

The MMTIC® Professional Report is designed to complement the student report, and is written for the professional rather than the student. Counselors, teachers, and consultants get information on how to help students understand their results of the MMITC assessment, as well as specific statements about how the student’s personality type affects learning styles and relationships.

Trainer's Tool Box
Trainer's Tool Box

An expanded and updated package of the basic tools you need to create an energetic and successful MBTI® training workshop. Your presentation is ready to go with the following products: The all new Looking at Type® Training Kit, which includes the Looking at Type® PowerPoint® CD-ROM; Talking Points: A Trainer's Introductory Workshop Script by Jane A.

The Chemistry of Personality
The Chemistry of Personality

Every student learns differently. The Chemistry of Personality is every teacher's invaluable guide to a powerful and simple method of understanding such diversity, exploring a positive approach to personality differences with their students, and using effective teaching methods that reach and engage every young mind.

Journal of Psychological Type®
Journal of Psychological Type®

The Journal of Psychological Type® (JPT) is the premier research publication on the application and use of psychological type and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument with more than 25 years of experience in publishing important research on psychological type. Effective January 2013, the JPT will be distributed at no cost on an on-demand basis.

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.

Knowing Me, Knowing God
Knowing Me, Knowing God

You are invited to respond to the Spirituality Questionnaire at the heart of this easy-to-follow introduction to the MBTI® instrument. Whether you are new to the Indicator or looking for a fresh way to improve the quality of your spiritual life, this book can deepen understanding of your own personality and enhance your relationships with others.

Flex® Care
Flex® Care

Developed for use in a FLEX® workshop, using the Flex® Leader's Guide, this workbook teaches how to recognize your own preferred style of communication, how to recognize behavior cues that indicate personal interaction styles in others, and how to adjust—or "flex"—your style to better respond to particular individuals.

MBTI® Step III™ Manual
MBTI® Step III™ Manual

From the beginning of her work with psychological type, Isabel Briggs Myers was interested in and placed an emphasis on type development. As she tested items for inclusion in the early forms of the MBTI assessment, Myers began to identify response patterns that related people's effectiveness in the use of perception and judgment.

Twenty Questions
Twenty Questions

This exercise, which causes people to think in a fun way, lists questions describing particular situations and asks which MBTI personality types might be most likely to exhibit the psychological behavior described. A leader's guide provides the rationale for possible answers.

The 4 Temperaments Workbook
The 4 Temperaments Workbook

A participant workbook is also available as a companion piece to The 4 Temperaments DVD presentation. In addition to basic type information, it has descriptions for each of the temperaments that include Pathways, Pitfalls, Leadership Style, Influencing Strategies, Learning Style, and Teaching Style.

Tools for Team Excellence
Tools for Team Excellence

Crafted specifically for use by team members, this book provides comprehensive information on building, assessing, and improving team performance. It takes you beyond the philosophical approaches or fads outlined in most current management literature and describes seven key components for creating effective teams: specific targets, appropriate talent, roles and responsibilities, efficient procedures, constructive interpersonal relations, active reinforcement, and diplomatic ties with other parts of the organization.

Your Personality and the Spiritual Life
Your Personality and the Spiritual Life

The author, an ordained minister, analyzes various personality types with actual case studies from scripture. He also offers biblically based guidelines to managing vulnerabilities and affirming strengths, all with the goal of spiritual growth.

Differentiated School Leadership
Differentiated School Leadership

An ideal resource for principles, teachers, superintendents, and those involved with leadership in schools. Differentiated School Leadership demonstrates how an understanding of personality and leadership styles can help individuals and team members work together more effectively. This book provides workable strategies for leadership development, teambuilding, problem solving, and dealing with stress.

Essentials of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Assessment
Essentials of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Assessment

Well-known author and psychologist Naomi Quenk gives valuable advise in this succinct guide designed for mental health practitioners needing quick, comprehensive instruction on the clinical application of the MBTI® instrument. It contains information on how to avoid common pitfalls with clients, as well as suggested methods on the administration, scoring, interpretation, and reporting of the Indicator.

Differentiated Coaching
Differentiated Coaching

An exciting new book from an author well-versed in psychological type and its various applications. Here Kise explores the keys for how change can be facilitated so that everyone involved gets the most out of the process and the results. Focusing on teachers and the many demands of the classroom, administration, and community, Kise offers sound advice for helping teachers cope and excel in a complicated and often frustrating environment.

MMTIC® Online Student Administration
MMTIC® Online Student Administration

The MMTIC® Online Student Administration is quick and easy and includes the MMTIC® Student Report. Teachers, school counselors, or other adult facilitators can purchase single or multiple administrations by contacting CAPT. Once a group has been created, students simply complete the MMTIC assessment on a computer and submit their responses.

LifeKeys
LifeKeys

LifeKeys is a powerful book that combines spirituality with MBTI personality type and personal exploration to help answer the questions, "Why are you here? What do you do best? What are you passionate about? What do you value?" and "What are your priorities?" In this new edition, exercises and reflection questions have been developed to help readers explore volunteer and service opportunities, first career direction, midlife transitions and retirement planning.

Ideas and Evidence
Ideas and Evidence

Author Rowan Bayne evaluates and explores theory and practice in the world of the MBTI instrument. Bayne delves into a variety of type-related topics and prompts readers to examine the research surrounding personality terminology and descriptors. Discover how MBTI theory relates to critical thinking and research skills.

Essentials of the MBTI® Assessment Home Study Exam
Essentials of the MBTI® Assessment Home Study Exam

Essentials of the MBTI® Assessment Home Study Exam

Essentials of the MBTI® Assessment Home Study Exam and Book
Essentials of the MBTI® Assessment Home Study Exam and Book

Essentials of the MBTI® Assessment Home Study Exam and Book

MMTIC® Raised Hands T-Shirt
MMTIC® Raised Hands T-Shirt

Wear the MMTIC “raised hands” image along with the slogan “Every Child Appreciated, Every Child Engaged” on these beautiful white t-shirts, in men’s or women’s styles. Made from durable and soft 50/50 cotton/polyester. Machine washable.

MMTIC® Raised Hands Poster
MMTIC® Raised Hands Poster

Embrace differences in your classroom or office with the beautiful MMTIC “raised hands” image on your wall. Bold, high-quality, full color print on archive quality paper. 15" x 23". Safely shipped in a tube. Suitable for framing.

Making a Difference by Being Yourself
Making a Difference by Being Yourself

There are so many ways to make a difference in the world. We all are hardwired to seek purpose and happiness, and what brings meaning to one person versus another remains a mystery. Making a Difference by Being Yourself deconstructs the puzzle by honing in on how our unique personality types frame the actions we take to impact others.

Career Counselor's Package
Career Counselor's Package

Reinventing careers is especially important these days, and this package provides the right mix of CAPT handouts, exercises, and booklets necessary to create a successful workshop or individual career counseling session. Learn how the KGI® assessment helps strengthen leadership and group skills, which can help make you and your clients more successful in business, organizational, and educational settings.

The 4 Temperaments
The 4 Temperaments

To make psychological type easier to understand it is often useful to use the model of temperament; which describes four distinct patterns of behavior using the MBTI preference scales of NF, NT, SJ, and SP. This video series examines each of the temperaments in a way that provides practical insight into personality behavior.

Time Management for Unmanageable People
Time Management for Unmanageable People

Are you constantly running out of time, with none left for family, friends, and hobbies and yourself? Forget the usual rules of time management that never seem to work. Here is a book for all of the creative, inspired, but seemingly disorganized people. This right-brained approach — based on the latest research on brain function and stress reduction — helps you create an approach to time management that works for you.

Three Keys to Self-Understanding
Three Keys to Self-Understanding

Self-discovery can be an elusive process. Some people never fully express their true personalities because of obstacles from the past. Others float through life with a set of defense mechanisms that seem adequate until something happens to shake that pattern. In this groundbreaking work, Pat Wyman combines techniques from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument, the Enneagram, and Inner-Child Healing to create a method of self-discovery that has helped countless women overcome trauma and move on to productive and fulfilling lives.

Using the MBTI® Instrument in Colleges and Universities
Using the MBTI® Instrument in Colleges and Universities

The initial development of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument was based, in large measure, on data collected on college campuses. More than five decades later, institutions of higher learning continue to find broad applications for the MBTI tool. In addition, thousands of young people gain personal insight as well as new and more effective ways to communicate with and understand their peers, educators, friends, co-workers, and family members.

Wired for Conflict
Wired for Conflict

Does it seem as if there is always conflict in your work life, your home life, and your relationships? That's normal—even unavoidable—according to conflict resolution expert Sondra VanSant, who reveals the inborn roots of conflict. Fortunately, says VanSant, the wiring in our brains that creates conflict also holds the key to resolving it.

Working with Teams Package
Working with Teams Package

Jumpstart your team workshops with this useful package of CAPT handouts, exercises, and ready-to-go programs designed to improve team performance. This package gives you a comprehensive set of practical tools to take any group through the process of using type as a way to improve their effectiveness as a team.

Pumpkin Soup
Pumpkin Soup

This handout provides a fun way to learn about type preferences by using an actual recipe for pumpkin soup that provides instructions for each of the four functions of the MBTI instrument, Sensing, Intuition, Thinking, and Feeling. Each set of instructions is a clear example of how the four personality preferences operate differently.

Archetype of the Spirit
Archetype of the Spirit

Archetype of the Spirit documents a presence in our lives very near to us and of remotely ancient tradition. Employing the images and motifs found universally in local traditions around the world, Peter Tufts Richardson’s book correlates these with psychological type, the MBTI® instrument, Jung’s compass, and the Four Spiritualities of our humanity.

The Portable Jung
The Portable Jung

This masterful selection from the corpus of Carl Jung's writings is introduced and edited by Joseph Campbell, one of Jung's most famous American followers. It comprises Jung's pioneering studies of the structure of the psyche, as well as his inquiries into the psychology of spirituality and creativity, and the influential On Synchronicity, a paper whose implications extend from the I Ching to quantum physics.

Murder Yet To Come
Murder Yet To Come

Great mysteries are driven by great characters, and Isabel Myers' mastery of personality served her well in winning the 1929 national Detective Murder Mystery Contest with Murder Yet to Come. Her first and only sojourn into fiction beat a field of contenders, including an entry from the soon-to-be-famous "Ellery Queen" (a nom de plume).

The Tao of Jung
The Tao of Jung

Drawing on Jung's letters, aphorisms, and other writings, David Rosen examines six crises in Jung's personal development and discovers many parallels between Jung's natural world of the psyche and that of Taoist philosophy. As an increasing number of people turn to Eastern philosophy as a means of handling the stresses of an increasingly confounding world, this illuminating introduction to both Taoism and Jungian thought provides a valuable spiritual resource for contemporary followers of the path.

Find the Perfect College for You
Find the Perfect College for You

The college search can be both exciting and stressful for students and their families. With this unfamiliar journey unfolding, parents and students can choose from many college guides that offer statistics and opinions about the process of selecting a college. Find the Perfect College for You offers a fresh approach: matching a college based on a student’s personality type as measured by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) instrument, with a special focus on matching learning styles and teaching philosophies.

Out of the Box
Out of the Box

Veteran trainers Charles Martin and Tom Golatz have assembled a collection of inventive and adaptable ready-to-go exercises designed to improve team performance and productivity. Intended for the intermediate to advanced type user, Out of the Box presents dozens of exercises that focus on the actual dynamics of existing teams, examines a team's current tasks and issues, and uses type to help team members understand what is happening and then move beyond insight into action.

KGI Felicity T-shirt
KGI Felicity T-shirt

Show your love of great teamwork with this short-sleeve, crewneck tee featuring the KGI "Felicity" image in full color on the front, in men’s or women’s styles. The fabric is durable and comfortable 50/50 cotton/polyester. Machine washable.

MBTI® Step II Poster Kit
MBTI® Step II Poster Kit

This kit comes with four posters. Each poster shows one of the pairs of the preferences (E-I, S-N, T-F, J-P) and the five facets for each preference. (Individual preference pair posters from this set are not available.) Size 37" x 24".

KGI Felicity Poster
KGI Felicity Poster

Display the evocative KGI "Felicity" image on your wall with this striking, high-quality, full color print. 18" x 36". Safely shipped in a tube. Suitable for framing.

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.

The Hidden Gifts of the Introverted Child
The Hidden Gifts of the Introverted Child

Introverted children are often misunderstood, even by their parents, who worry about them. Parents fret that they are unhappy and maladjusted. But the truth is quite different: Introverted children are creative problem solvers. Introverted children love to learn. They take time to stop and smell the roses, and they are dependable, persistent, and flexible.

MMTIC® Facilitator Interface
MMTIC® Facilitator Interface

The MMTIC® Facilitator Interface is a powerful and easy tool that can be used to set up and administer group and individual assessments, key-in scores, request reports, and download (at no charge) test booklets, answer sheets, the MMTIC® Manual, and other support materials.

The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious
The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious

Extracted from Jung's Collected Works, this book presents the author's important thoughts and writings (Volume 9, Part I) on the collective unconscious and archetypes. An essential tool for supporting work with archetypes, especially for those who are using archetypes to explore their personal journeys, counseling clients, or for organizational development, and consulting.

Psyche at Work
Psyche at Work

The organization we work for has a psyche of its own, a collective personality and an organizational imagination, which goes to work on us, for better or worse. The essays in this volume bring together the work of analytical psychologists, organizational development consultants, and group relations theorists who reflect on the contemporary enigma presiding over organizations.

Job Shift
Job Shift

Many organizations today are well along the path toward being "de-jobbed." In part one of this book, "The Late, Great Job," the author details the social, economic, and technological forces that have put the job on the list of endangered species. In part two, "A Career Guide for the Twenty-first Century Worker," new ways to work are discussed.

When Opposites Dance
When Opposites Dance

Success in business today demands more than a tough, no-nonsense management style or enthusiastic, inspirational cheerleading. Sound management and inspired leadership are critical. With detailed profiles of some of the most notable figures in politics, business, sports, and entertainment, When Opposites Dance identifies four natural styles of managing and leading, offering valuable lessons for forging a path to balance and harmony and shaping a better workplace for all.

Flex® Leader's Guide
Flex® Leader's Guide

Adaptive Coaching
Adaptive Coaching

Competitive advantage comes not from new products, strategy, or process, but from ordinary people achieving extraordinary results. Adaptive Coaching offers a research-based approach to creating individualized, tailor-made learning opportunities that close the gap between what companies and clients expect from coaching and the results it delivers.

Please Understand Me II
Please Understand Me II

This greatly expanded edition presents a more comprehensive approach to the four temperaments. In it, Keirsey continues to investigate personality differences that refine his temperament theory and define the facets of character that distinguish each of the four from another. Focusing on the four kinds of intelligence&madsh;tactical, logistical, diplomatic, and strategic—Keirsey explains how one approach interests each of us more than another.

The Hero and the Outlaw
The Hero and the Outlaw

This landmark work, integrating marketing with the concepts of archetypes, challenges the way in which we understand brand names and helps us understand their impact on our lives. Through Carol Pearson's work with archetypes and Margaret Mark's marketing expertise, the book offers clearly structured systems that businesses and marketing professionals can follow and replicate.

Klein Group Instrument® (KGI®) Group Administration
Klein Group Instrument® (KGI®) Group Administration

The Klein Group Instrument® for Effective Leadership and Participation in Teams measures all essential skills and behaviors required for outstanding team performance. People are the most valuable asset in an organization, and high functioning teams serve as the foundation of success. As you can see in the section above, you will need to have a count of your group members before purchasing the KGI® Group Administration.