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What is MBTI

What is MBTI

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Career Planning using MBTI

Dr Muhammad Qamarul Hassan
MBTI Certified Practitioner, Trainer and Coach
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Career Development Process
Career Exploration

SelfAssessment

Decisionmaking

Implementation

International Career Planning Model

Personality
Personality Type

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What is MBTI ? .

Gold Standard in Human Understanding and Development 7 .

The MBTI was developed by Katharine C Briggs and her daughter Isabel Briggs Myers Is based on the work of a Swiss psychologist named C G Jung who outlined psychological type theory in his book entitled ³Psychological Types´ published in 1922. .

over 2 million people take the MBTI in US ‡ MBTI has been translated into more than 30 languages 9 . competence or mental health. ‡ Its like identifying a MAP of an individual. ‡ Each Year. NOT the leaned/nurtured skills and abilities. ‡ Focuses on NATURAL skills and abilities.What is MBTI? ‡ A tool to identify our NATURAL PREFERENCES. ‡ Does NOT reflect intelligence.

Natural (Innate) Talents GENES MAP .MBTI -.

‡ How to achieve that? ± People feel happy and perform effectively if their work aligns with their Natural Preferences. and you can achieve higher level of performance by assigning them right roles & responsibilities. 11 .The Objective ‡ Help People to be HAPPY & EFFECTIVE in whatever they chose to do. ± MBTI helps identify Natural Preferences of YOUR STAFF.

Energy Information Decision Lifestyle Extroversion or Introversion Sensing or iNtuition Thinking or Feeling Judging or Perceiving When Combined. Your Preferences Indicate Your Personality Type 12 .

All rights reserved .When the letters are combined in all their possible combinations they give us 16 broad personality types But type does not put you in a box © Copyright APP 2004.

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ISTJ The Duty Fulfiller ISFJ The Nurturer INFJ The Protector INTJ The Scientist ISTP Mechanic ISFP The Artist INFP The Idealist INTP The Thinker ESTP The Doer ESFP The Performer ENFP The Inspirer ENTP The Visionary ESTJ ESFJ ENFJ The Giver ENTJ The Executive The Guardian The Caregiver .

ISTJ Life¶s Natural Organizers ISFJ Committed To Getting the Job Done INFJ An Inspiring Leader and Follower INTJ Life¶s Independent Leaders ISTP Just Do It ISFP INFP INTP Life¶s Problem Solvers Action speaks Making Life kinder louder Than Words and Gentler ESTP Making the Most of the Moment ESFP Let¶s Make Work Fun ENFP People are the Product ENTP Progress is the Product ESTJ Life¶s Natural Administrators ESFJ Everyone¶s Trusted Friend ENFJ Smooth Talking Persuaders ENTJ Life¶s Natural Leaders 16 .

ISTJ Doing What Should Be Done ISFJ A High Sense of Duty INFJ An Inspiration to Others INTJ Everything has Room for Improvement ISTP Ready to Try Anything Once ISFP Sees Much but Shares Little INFP Noble service to Aid Society INTP A Love of Problem Solving ESTP The Ultimate Realists ESFP You only Go Around Once in Life ENFP Giving Life An Extra Squeeze ENTP One Exciting Challenge After Another ESTJ Life¶s Administrators ESFJ Hosts and Hostesses of the World ENFJ Smooth Talking Persuaders ENTJ Natural Leaders 17 .

ALL use MBTI for their Students ‡ 90% of Top 200 Universities ‡ NHS ‡ AAMC (American Association of Medical Colleges.Use in Career Development ‡ Among top 10 Universities. 131 US and 17 Canadian Medical Universities ) 18 .

80% of Top 200 Universities Use MBTI for Career Counseling and Effective Education 19 .

Career Development Process Career Exploration SelfAssessment Decisionmaking Implementation .

CAREER INTERESTS .

Combination of PERCEPTIONS (S or N) and JUDGMENT (T or F) Influence career interests and choices .

Sensing Types are more likely to focus on Stable and Secure Future .

Sensing Types are less concerned with Nature of the job than with its Stability .

Intuitive Type Choose the opportunity to use their Special Abilities OR Chance to be Creative and Original .

Intuitive Type Constitutes the Creative Groups like : Architects. Research Scientists or Mathematicians . Writers.

machinery. principles or theories .Thinking Types are more skillful in handling matters that deal with inanimate objects.

. what they value and how they can be persuaded or helped.Feeling Types are better skilled in matter involving PEOPLE.

Sensing Combined with Thinking (ST) Is more likely to focus on PRACTICAL TASKS .

ST ‡ Focus on FACTS ‡ Handle these by Applying Objective Analysis and Experience ‡ Tend to become Practical and Analytical ‡ Find scope for their interests in Technical Skills with objects and Facts .People who prefer -.

ST ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ Finance and Commerce (Accountants) Bankers Production Construction Law (Law Enforcement) Applied Science Business Administration .

Sensing Combined with Feeling (SF) Usually Focuses on Practical Service to People .

Concern for Others ‡ Thus Tend to become Sympathetic and Friendly ‡ Find scope for their interests in Practical Help and Services for People .SF ‡ Focus on FACTS ‡ Handle these by Applying Personal Warmth.People who prefer -.

Primary Care Community Service Teaching Education (esp. Elementary and Physical) Supervision Religious Service Support Services Sales and Customer Relations .SF ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ Health Care (Nursing.

Intuition Combined with Feeling (NF) Usually Focuses on Insights about PEOPLE ISSUES .

People who prefer -.NF ‡ Focus on Possibilities ‡ Handle these by Applying Attention to People¶s Potential ‡ Thus Tend to become Insightful and Enthusiastic ‡ Find scope for their interests in Understanding and Encouraging People .

NF ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ Psychology (Counseling) Human Resources Teaching Research Literature Religious Service (Theology) Health care Art & Music Creative Writing Journalism .

INtuition Combined with Thinking (NT) Is more likely to Focus on Insights about ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES and SYSTEMS .

NT ‡ Focus on Possibilities ‡ Handle these by Applying Theoretical concepts and Systems ‡ Tend to become Logical and Analytical ‡ Find scope for their interests in Theoretical and technical frameworks .People who prefer -.

NT ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ Physical Science. Research Scientist Inventors Management Forecasters Securities analyst Computers Law Engineering Technical Work .

Best Wishes to all of you for Great Career Success Thank you .

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