Using Net Promoter Score for Post-Assessment/Workshop Surveys

As a professional conducting workshops, training, or events, the Net Promoter Score (NPS) is an effective way to gauge a participant’s experience in your program. By asking a simple question of attendees and calculating the NPS, you can easily evaluate, develop, and implement improvements. Businesses commonly use the NPS to survey customer satisfaction. However, it…

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If Jung is Right

This weekend a colleague thrust another “personality type is useless” article in front of me. I was asked to explain what was right or wrong in the critique.  I pointed out that the article consistently referred to a narrative about the type tools, which is pretty old. It was developed by a non-psychologist bored housewife. …

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Why Psychological Type is More Relevant than Ever

How is a method of understanding personality differences, developed in the early 1900’s, still relevant today?  The accuracy and relevance of Jungian Typology has been widely discussed and researched. Thousands of publications have been released that give insights into human behavior. Human development as implemented through the lens of personality typology is just as meaningful…

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Daily Magic: Learning and the Eight Mental Functions

Magic is about making things happen using mysterious forces.  We all accept that behind the magician’s act are “knowable” steps to repeat the magical moment.  We are actually all using magic on a daily basis.  We can describe and detail how our brain works right down to the molecules of chemistry interacting. However, how and…

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Added Value in the 8-Process Scores

This blog covers some of the things that I have learned about the power that is found in the 8-Process Scores when combining the scores in meaningful ways. It involves using a calculator (in brain or electronic) and adding up pairs of scores. We have presented to us the attitudes of E and I (all…

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The Free Online Type Invasion: How To Respond to the Test From OZ

Often the individuals that we professionals work with, report a previous experience with an online assessment that gave a different 4-letter Type code. Much like free medical advice, the results can be harmful for similar reasons. Getting information, typological or medical, is an interesting personal exercise. The simple process of learning something about ourselves and…

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Using the Majors Elements Reports and Change

In this blog, I will talk about some methods for making use of the Elements of Personality Type reports in talking with clients. There is a great deal of information in the two reports (client report and professional report), and it does take time and practice to use it efficiently and effectively. My goal in…

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What are Elements of Personality Formations?: The Big Picture

The Personality Formation scores are a “new – old thing.” Let me explain. As I was reading Jung’s (1923) text “Psychological Types” and learning about Type, I noticed that Jung referred to the occurrence of blockages to the development of personality Type (old thing). He discusses how life experiences can facilitate or inhibit the natural…

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3 Things HBO’s ‘Persona’ Got Wrong About the MBTI®

HBO Max’s new documentary is an all-out attack on how personality assessments, like the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®), are being used throughout talent management at companies — hiring, developing, and placing employees. A great deal of what Executive Producer Merve Emre is reporting is true: The wholesale abuse of personality tools occurs throughout organizational life.…

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