Not too long ago, a client asked me how to get an Introvert to speak up and engage more–“How can I coach this Introvert to extravert?” The best answer to this question takes us into some of the core richness of Type–the dynamic relationships between Type’s component parts and Type development. I decided that a video explanation would serve the question most effectively. [display-videos count=”1″]
Trying to make any Type act like another is a losing proposition. Type Development, not Type imitation, is the answer.
To learn more about Type Dynamics and Type Development and the kinds of insights and interventions discussed in this video, take OKA’s Type Development for the Professional Practitioner. OKA’s new experiential two-day course, designed and delivered by Hile Rutledge. This two-day deep-dive is a fun and practical way for anyone interested in Type or the MBTI assessment to them to use. In addition, in the spring of 2014 OKA will publish Hile Rutledge’s new Type Development Workbook, the latest in OKA’s series of trainer and practitioner support tools.