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An Introduction to Dispute Resolution. Personality Traits. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ®. looks at the different ways in which people prefer to use their minds, specifically, the way they perceive and the way they make judgments. divided into four dialectic categories

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myers briggs type indicator
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ®
  • looks at the different ways in which people prefer to use their minds, specifically, the way they perceive and the way they make judgments.
  • divided into four dialectic categories
    • Extrovert-Introverts
    • Sensor-Intuitive
    • Thinker-Feeler
    • Judger-Perceiver
extrovert introvert
Extrovert-Introvert.
  • relate to where you like to focus your attention-outward or inward.
  • Extroverts
    • outgoing, talkative, and enthusiastic; they enjoy interaction with others.
    • strive in situations when they are around other people.
  • Introverts
    • more reserved, quiet, and private.
    • require more time to themselves to solve problems and think their way through ideas.
    • have a great deal to offer in a group discussion but they may find the experience exhausting and taxing.
sensor intuitive
Sensor-Intuitive
  • focus on the way you look at the world around you—whether you can see the forest for the trees.
  • Sensors
    • focus on details and prefer to concentrate on tasks one at a time.
    • often need detailed instructions to accomplish tasks and sometimes may be perceived as being very nit picky.
  • Intuitives
    • look for connections between ideas.
    • perceive concepts well and attempt to connect ideas together.
    • like to come up with big ideas but do not necessarily like to work out all the details.
thinker feeler
Thinker-Feeler
  • explain how you go about making decisions
  • Thinkers
    • task oriented
    • all about the job at hand
    • take pride in the ability to think logically and objectively.
    • enjoy arguing because they see it as a constructive trait
  • Feelers
    • exact opposite
    • people oriented
    • wants everyone to get along even at the expense of getting the job done.
    • spend considerable time and effort helping others in the group with their tasks.
judger perceiver
Judger-Perceiver
  • focus on how you deal with the outer world and its problems
  • Judgers
    • highly structured and well organized
    • use “to do” lists, agendas and calendars
    • plan ahead and prefer closure
    • very punctual and become impatient with people who show up late or waste time
  • Perceivers
    • like open-endedness, being on time is less important to them than being flexible and adaptable.
    • risk takers who are willing to try new things and expose new options.
    • procrastinators and often wait until the last minute to finish assignments and complete tasks on time.
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Understanding your personality can help to expand your role within the group context.
  • Understanding your own personality will also help to increase your participation within the group because it will help to increase your confidence in your ability to participate in the group.