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Career Roadmap Seminar - via MBTI tool introduction for Graduate Institute of Environmental Engineering, NCU. Elizabeth Chin 秦文嫻 Sr. HR Manager, NXP Semiconductors Feb. 25, 2008. Outline. Career Roadmap steps Introduction – Myers Briggs Type Indicator(MBTI) Applications. Outline.

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Career Roadmap Seminar- via MBTI tool introductionfor Graduate Institute of Environmental Engineering, NCU

Elizabeth Chin 秦文嫻

Sr. HR Manager, NXP Semiconductors

Feb. 25, 2008

outline
Outline
  • Career Roadmap steps
  • Introduction – Myers Briggs Type Indicator(MBTI)
  • Applications
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Outline
  • Career Roadmap steps:

1. Awareness:

Understand own

- preferences

- interests

- skills & abilities

- work values

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Outline
  • Career Roadmap steps:

2. Exploration:

Explore career options via finding:

- employment trends

- course preparation & work experiences required

- what kind of jobs will my major prepare me for?

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Outline
  • Career Roadmap steps:

3. Focus:

Narrow career options

- What’s it like to be employed in various careers

- “Day on the job” – connect with an alumnus or a professional in your field of interest

- Apply for summer jobs, internships, etc.

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Outline
  • Career Roadmap steps:

4. Job Search:

- Market yourself to potential employers

- Networking

- Participate in workshops or counseling to learn

- Attend Career Day/Job Fairs.

agenda
Agenda
  • Introduction – Myers Briggs Type Indicator(MBTI)
  • Better understanding of yourself
  • Better understanding of others
  • Get to know about the strengths in terms of communication, decision making, change management, conflict management that you possess as a result of your unique type
objective of this session
Objective of this Session
  • To raise awareness and increased insight around the uniqueness of your own personality using MBTI
  • Focus on MBTI Step I report
the mbti myers briggs type indicator
The MBTI® - Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
  • It is an indicator – not a test
  • Most used personality type indicator
  • There is no right or wrong answer
  • A self-report instrument
  • It is about preference(Not strength or skill)
construction of the instrument
Construction of the instrument
  • Developed by Isabel Myers-Briggs.
  • Based on the theories of Carl G. Jung
  • Validated and has Reliability
  • For Normal populations
  • To enhance self-understanding and understanding of others
  • Applied for: communication styles, decision making, problem solving, leadership style, stressors, learning type, etc.
according to type theory
Natural preference: just like your signature with your preferred handAccording to Type Theory
  • Born with our type preferences in place (not inherited from our parents)
  • People use all aspects – only some more natural than others
myers briggs type indicator mbti step i
Extraversion

(outward)

Introversion

(inward)

Getting Energy

Sensing

(facts)

iNtuition

(possibilities)

Getting Information

Thinking

(logic)

Feeling

(people)

Making Decisions

Judging

(structure)

Perceiving

(spontaneity)

Approach to Life

Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) – Step I
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Get energy from interaction with people / external world

Easy to know, outgoing

May prefer to communicate by talking vs. writing

Enjoy variety and activity

Think out loud

Get energy from within / internal world

Takes more time to get to know

May prefer written communication

Seek privacy to reflect and

re-energize

Think before they act or speak

Extraverts

Introverts

Energy flow

Gives Breadth to Life(E’s May Seem Shallow to I’s)

Attracted to Outer World

Give Depth to Life

(I’s may seem Withdrawn to E’s)

Energized by Inner Resources

e i splitting exercise
E-I Splitting Exercise
  • In your group, generate 3 questions you could ask the opposite on this dichotomy that might give you insight into the preference.
  • Select a spokesperson and ask the 3 questions.
  • What are the observable behavioral differences between people with a preference for ‘E’ and for ‘I’?
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Focus on objective reality, verifiable facts

Prefers the 5 senses

Lives in the present; enjoying what’s there

Likes set procedures & routines

Prefers handling practical matters

Trusts experience

Likes things that are definite & measurable

Takes one step at a time

Looks at patterns & relationships, concepts

Prefers the ‘6th sense’

Lives toward the future anticipating what might be

Likes change & variety

Prefers imagining the possibilities

Likes opportunities for being inventive

Follows hunches

Jumps in anywhere & leaps over steps

INtuition

Sensing

perception

s n splitting exercise
S-N Splitting Exercise
  • You are about to see an image projected on the screen.
  • Please observe it, without talking, for 1.5 minutes.
  • After that, you will be invited to share what you think you have been looking at.
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Decisions based on logic; cause & effect

“What is fair and truthful?”

Objective

Sees things as observer; from outside situation

Sees what’s lacking – gift of critical analysis

Good at analyzing plans

Explain emotions

Decisions based on personal convictions & values

“How will this affect people?”

Subjective

Sees things as a participant; from within a situation

Spontaneously appreciates - looks for harmony

Good at understanding people

Experience emotions

Thinking

Feeling

head vs heart

Both are rational ways of decision making!

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Prefers organized lifestyle

Seeks order & structure

Like’s to plan & control

Enjoys being decisive

Handles deadlines;

Likes clear limits & categories

Sets goals & plans in advance

Prefers a flexible lifestyle

Likes going with the flow;

Spontaneous, curious

Prefers to experience life as ithappens & stay receptive

Likes freedom to explore without limits

Feels comfortable maintaining openness

Judging

Perceiving

Orientation towards life

Looks for

structure & closure

Energized by

last – minute pressures

myers briggs types
Myers-Briggs Types
  • Preference scores (dominance):
    • 0 - 10: borderline
    • 10 - 20: known to yourself
    • 20 - 30: recognised by others
    • 30 - 40: recognised by strangers
    • > 40: ……………...
    • Higher scores do not imply strength or competence – only consistency in answers
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Myers-Briggs Types

- 16 Possible Types -

Think of this grid as a house. There are 16 rooms

and

this is your favorite room…Your Preference!

myers briggs will help you to answer and understand
Myers-Briggs will help you to answer and understand:
  • How do you contribute to the organisation
  • What is your preferred leadership style
  • What kind of work environment do you prefer
  • What are your potential pitfalls
  • What could be your development areas
myers briggs type indicator mbti
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

Every other ………………(ESTJ etc)

Is like some other…………

Is like no other……………

Elizabeth Myers Briggs

mbti and organisations
Areas

Social

Practical

Idealistic

Theoretical

SF

ST

NF

NT

Friendly

Structure

Structured

Decentralised

Complex

Hierarchical

Well

-

defined

Open

Flexible

but open

Hierarchy

No clear

Changing

Leader

authority

task forces

Clear leader

No clear

leader

Human

Interactions

Task Focus

Humanity

Economic

Aspects of

Efficiency

Individual

Market

people doing

development

work

Caring

Organization

Productivity

Personal

Growth

Relationship

Goals

MBTI and Organisations
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Organisational need

Static

compliance

Idle

dreaming

Clarity

point

vision

plan

Personal

dream

Personal

pursuit

personal need

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In a recent US study, over 1000 people
  • over 65 were asked about the 3 things
  • they would change if they could live their
  • lives again.
  • The most common answers were:
  • I’d take time to stop and ask
  • the big questions
  • I’d be more courageous and
  • take more risks in work and love
  • I’d try to live with purpose –
  • make a difference
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In a recent US study, over 1000 people
  • over 65 were asked about the 3 things
  • they would change if they could live their
  • lives again.
  • The most common answers were:
  • I’d take time to stop and ask
  • the big questions
  • I’d be more courageous and
  • take more risks in work and love
  • I’d try to live with purpose –
  • make a difference

Why Wait?!

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