Where do you start when clients first come looking for advice, ready to begin professional and personal development? How can you introduce them to some basics without overwhelming them or squeezing hours you don’t have out of your impossibly packed schedule? Introduction to Personality Differences opens up the world of personality differences and provides an easy-to-understand lead-in to the concepts and advantages of personality differences. It was developed to meet the expressed needs of organizations with large numbers of employees. Because this guide is based on the MBTI instrument and Carl Jung’s theory of personality, it permits an easy and logical transition to Step I and Step II of the MBTI assessment as well as the many applications of the instrument.
This jargon-free booklet contains the 30-item self-scoring Personality Differences Questionnaire™ (PDQ) tool as well as steps for confirming the results. Clients learn about their preferred approaches to taking in and evaluating information. Then they explore personality differences in action and how their preferences influence their work, learning, communication, teamwork, and problem-solving styles. Introduction to Personality Differences propels clients into active participation in their development. Enabling clients to take the initial steps independently frees up practitioners’ time to reach more clients and provide guidance beyond the basics.
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