March 02, 2012

P10 Action Plan

After attending the workshop for Understanding your personality I yhave constructed a 3 point action plan to take away from the workshop. That is as follows

1. During some period of extensive free time (which I dont really have but I'll make somehow) I will take another go at exercises in the session and compare what I find to what happened in session. I found that my personality seemed to change a fair bit over time and it would be interesting to see what it is like in a period of relative calm.

2. I'm going to try the same thing with a friend and see what his thoughts on what he found about himself and me are; whether he believe that what he came out with was really him?

3. Next time at some sort fo networking session or some other work related event, I could discuss the contents of workshop with employers and ccompare what they look for with the qualitites possesed by the different dimension E, I etc

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  1. Helen Stringer

    Hello Harun,

    It sounds as though you are still a little ambivalent about MBTi, and your ‘type’ in particular. Did you find it difficult to choose between some of the dichotomies? Do remember that whilst all of us have preferences, these can be more clearly expressed in some people than other – if your preferences are less clearly defined, you may well interpret personality type as fluid and open to change.

    Have you thought about asking friends and family how they perceive you? This can sometimes be really illuminating!

    I don’t know that all employers would be familiar with MBTi and it’s probably best not to associate the type with ‘qualities’, as this can lead people to make false assumptions about what people do/don’t do well.

    I look forward to reading your next blog entry to see what further thoughts/experiences you’ve had around MBTi. Have you started to categorise other people yet..?!


    05 Mar 2012, 08:52

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