Type for Teens is a psychological type resource offered by Personalitypuzzles.com
In 1943, the theoretical framework of Carl Jung and the work of Isabel Myers and Katherine Briggs created the assessment widely known as Myers-Briggs Type Indicator or the MBTI. Millions of people have benefitted from this work by finding their own paths to . . . → Read More: Type Certification Increases the Value of Other Type Resources
The Personality Puzzle for Teens is not only an effective tool to identify type, it’s also springboard for a number of activities to assist teens in the process of self-discovery. Here are just a few of these activities:
1. This is Really Me!
Take a look at your own type description (You have permission to copy one card for . . . → Read More: 5 Activities Using Personality Puzzles for Teens
Sue Blair using the classic version of the Personality Puzzles in a team building workshop.
The Personality Puzzle is not only an effective tool to identify type, it’s also springboard for a number of activities to explore type. Here are just a few of these activities:
1. Meet my Opposite
Provide each participant the card with his/her . . . → Read More: 5 Activities Using the Personality Puzzles for Adults
Type for Teenz Cards Used in Guyana
Type for Teens recently made it’s way to Guyana. Read here to learn how a youth group enjoyed getting to know their personality type using the Type for Teenz cards.
Teenagers – exciting, exuberant, exhausting and exasperating! All of these things and, of course many more. For those of us who live and/or work with this age group we know so well the highs and lows; the expectations followed by achievement and the expectations followed by disappointment. It is indeed a tricky age. So . . . → Read More: Type for Teens
The Sixteen MBTI Personality Types
Article originally posted @ www.annholm.net on December 2, 2011
Understanding personal strengths and cognitive style is an important part of being effective in our work, relationships, and communication. There are many tools and instruments that can be used to measure these strengths and preferences. Some measures, such as the . . . → Read More: Understanding Personal Strengths