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Personality Types

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In one word, describe how you feel about today?
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Introduce the different MBTI personality types and the 4 main dimensions they're based on. Discuss the benefits of understanding personality types and how it can help us better understand ourselves and others. Provide examples of how we use the 4 dimensions in our everyday lives and the importance of finding balance.
Exploring Personality Types: A 30 Minute Lesson on Meyers Briggs
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Extraversion (E) - Introversion (I): Extraversion (E): People who draw energy from the external world, enjoy social interactions, and are outgoing and talkative. Introversion (I): Individuals who draw energy from their internal world, prefer solitary activities, and may be reserved or reflective.
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Sensing (S) - Intuition (N): Sensing (S): People who focus on concrete information and rely on their five senses, paying attention to facts and details. Intuition (N): Individuals who focus on patterns, connections, and possibilities, often relying on gut feelings and imagination.
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Thinking (T) - Feeling (F): Thinking (T): People who make decisions based on logic and objective analysis, valuing fairness and consistency. Feeling (F): Individuals who make decisions based on emotions and empathy, valuing harmony and considering the impact on others.
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Judging (J) - Perceiving (P): Judging (J): People who prefer structure, organization, and closure, and are decisive and planned in their approach. Perceiving (P): Individuals who prefer flexibility, adaptability, and open-ended options, often keeping their options open and spontaneous.
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Personality Type: A classification of different personality types based on how people generally respond to different situations, as first identified by the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).
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Your Myers Briggs personality type can change over time. The Myers Briggs Type Indicator is not a test, it is a questionnaire with no right or wrong answers. There are 16 different Myers Briggs personality types, and everyone falls into one of them.
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9. Personalised Feedback
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How can understanding the different Myers Briggs personality types help us build better relationships and communicate more effectively with others?
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Brain break: Draw a giant pineapple playing basketball with a group of pickles for teammates
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Which of the following is not one of the four dimensions in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)?
  • Perceiving/Judging
  • Introversion/Extraversion
  • Thinking/Feeling
  • Sensing/Intuition
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What does the 'E' stand for in ENFJ?
  • Extraversion
  • Empathy
  • Introversion
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Which personality type is known for being logical, analytical, and objective?
  • INTJ
  • ISFJ
  • ENFP
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What does the 'P' stand for in INTP?
  • Perceiving
  • Prospecting
  • Passive
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Which personality type is characterized as outgoing, energetic, and sociable?
  • ISTJ
  • ESFP
  • INFJ

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