The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a personality inventory  that was developed by Isabel Briggs Meyers and her mother Katharine Cook  Briggs. It is based on the work of C.G. Jung regarding psychological  types. Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist who wrote a book  called Psychological Types which tries to understand individual  differences among people. 

  The MBTI is currently the most widely used instrument for  understanding normal personality differences. It is used for a variety  of purposes: Self-understanding Career development and exploration Organizational development Team building Relationship counseling Education and curriculum development Diversity training

Keep in mind the following quote:

  We All Have Special Gifts

There are no “good” or “bad” types. All types contribute special  gifts to the world. Knowing your type can help you understand and  develop both your most and least preferred functions, as well as help  you understand and work with other people.
                  – “The Myers-Briggs Personality Types According to Craig” 6/14/04

  For this discussion, complete the following. Take the Jung Typology Test, a personality inventory that is similar to the MBTI and based on the work of C.G. Jung. Go to http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp and complete the inventory. This should take you about 20 minutes. Post your Jung Typology Test results in the Discussion Forum. Were you surprised by the results? Did they accurately describe how you react to the environment around you?  As you respond to your classmates, note the differences or  similarities. How would you work with your staff in a workplace setting  to overcome the differences or encourage the similarities?

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