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July 2006

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In this issue we'll be discussing the fourth and final dimension of personality type: How We Take Action - Judging or Perceiving. The potential for conflict is great in this dimension because it represents how people like to live their lives. This was the only dimension in which my husband and I were different - Roy's preference being Perceiving and my preference being Judging. Finding this out in an introduction to type theory led us into our great exploration of personality type and creation of The PEOPLE Process.

I know you will enjoy the excerpt from The TYPE Reporter on "What Will Your Leadership Look Like?." This was a lengthy issue so I extracted the example of Carol Shapiro, ENTJ, depicting the impact type had on her personal style in putting together the very successful family-based program "La Bodega de la Familia" to assist prison system parolees.

IN THIS ISSUE
  • Are you ISTJ? ENFP?
  • HOW WE TAKE ACTION - JUDGING OR PERCEIVING
  • WHAT WILL YOUR LEADERSHIP LOOK LIKE? - Your Leadership Story - Part 5
  • About the Author - Pam Hollister, INTJ

  • HOW WE TAKE ACTION - JUDGING OR PERCEIVING

    The fourth and final dimension in personality type theory is how we prefer to take action. Judging types represent approximately 60% and Perceiving types about 40% of the U.S. population. It's important to understand that Judging is the term given by Dr. Carl Jung and doesn't mean "judgmental".

    Judging and Perceiving have a lot to do with the way we like to run our everyday lives and the greatest potential for conflict exists between couples with this dimension. Each preference has strengths that each of us should include in our planning and consideration when finalizing a decision.


    WHAT WILL YOUR LEADERSHIP LOOK LIKE? - Your Leadership Story - Part 5

    What determines the particular cause that a person will want to serve? Is it their type? Judging by the story of this ENTJ leader, it doesn't seem to be type. It seems more to be the place she was in when she witnessed injustice or need.

    What determines how a person will serve that cause? Judging by the story of this leader, it seems to have everything to do with type. If you look at your own life, and ask yourself what injustice you would most like to correct, or need you would most like to fill, it may have something to do with your type.


    About the Author - Pam Hollister, INTJ
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    Pamela & Roy Hollister developed The PEOPLE Process – “By business people for business people” – with the intention of providing a package that would simplify the understanding and use of personality- type theory. Pam has over 30 years of professional business experience with emphasis on entrepreneurship, marketing and business communications. She has created and directed training programs for a large number of Fortune 500 companies, the US Air Force, the Department of Energy, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and numerous school districts throughout North America.


    Are you ISTJ? ENFP?
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