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Submit Your Proposal For Consideration for the 2015 APTi Conference:

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October, 2014|Categories: Frontpage, News, Resources|Tags: |

Introducing Type to Parents of Young Children

Article by Mollie Allen The type table model allows for a number of lenses such as function pairs, Keirsey’s temperament, whole type and various combinations such as Thinking and Judging, Feeling and Perceiving etc. While all of these can be useful in different situations, parents of infants and children in the pre-school years, possibly to around years seven or eight, who are new to type will get the most out of applying the four dichotomous…

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Using Type with Ego Development Theory

Article by Angelina Bennet As a psychologist and an Introverted Intuitive type, I often connect to other theories and models when working with type. For example, I may see links with Trait Theory, the Enneagram, Emotional Intelligence, Ego Defense Mechanisms, etc. as the type exploration unfolds. However, one of the models that I have found most useful for seeing type in a wider context is the Ego Development Stage theory. My path to finding this…

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Taking Team Conversations Deeper With Type

Article by Susan Gerke So – you’ve brought your team together to learn their types and to discuss how they are unique from one another. Now what? Every team has aspects that make it unique from every other team. That said, there are some common conversations and skill building opportunities that can help all teams develop and move toward high-performance. I’ve developed a series of 18 modules for team development in a product called GO…

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The Cognitive Styles Lens: Deeper Type Clarification, Stronger Relationships, Richer Careers & Clearer Coaching

Article by Christopher L. Montoya, M.A. About five years ago I was taking a certification program with Linda V. Berens, Ph.D. at her office in Huntington Beach, California. At a break, I went up to Linda and asked why there were things that the four Essential Motivators (a.k.a. Temperament) have in common, and the same for Interaction Styles but why not four cognitive styles instead of the 8 processes. Gently, she said that a four-type…

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