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Tagged: “Feeling”

Using the Pearman with Teams

The benefit of the Pearman to coaching sessions or an individual’s deep dive into Type development is clear, but don’t let that obscure the unique and powerful team approaches the Pearman opens up.

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Top 5 Reasons to Use the Pearman

Now that I have studied, used and trained with the Pearman Personality Integrator for about six months, I love it, and I even find it challenging to use the MBTI now for a few very specific reasons.

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Knowing Your MBTI Type Might Not Matter

Anyone can use Type deeply, powerfully and fully without believing that Type is hard-wired or unchanging.

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Millennials and the MBTI

I have found (and am finding) Millennials to be less open to the idea of the dichotomy—the either-or nature of Type’s hard-wired preferences.

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Type, Gender and Societal Expectations

The profiles are not and should not ever be seen or used a straight-jackets; they are big-picture patterns that illustrate in broad strokes a style, not the details of any given person.

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Type’s Surprising Role in Resilience

The connections to resilience and emotional intelligence were immediate and strong. The EQ-i presents itself as an ideal—almost obvious—entry point to understanding, assessing and building resilience. Type, however, and the MBTI assessment are not as clear a set of resilience access tools as the casual Type user might at first think.

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OKA’s Type Development Series—Volume 2: The Logic of Feeling

Only the Feeling function can make decisions motivated by compassion and harmony.

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Her – A Uniquely INFJ Love Story

Right off the bat, we are confronted with a rich and powerful INFJ tension—the beauty, vibrancy and verbal richness of the inner world compared with the often crowded and sensually overwhelming pull and demands of the outer world.

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Intimacy and the Feeling Functions–An Otto Kroeger Remembrance

Otto Kroeger always loved a good party. He actually even preferred bad parties to being alone, but his being involved with the gathering ensured that there would be jokes, laughter, introductions, stories—a web of warmth and social connection.

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