They cover such areas as conflict-handling, decision-making and change, along with activities that illuminate the differences between preference pairs.
The type exercises are taken from OPP’s current and previous MBTI qualification programmes. They are designed to help trainers bring type theory to life, inspiring deeper insight into the differences between the various four-letter MBTI types.
These activities are just some of the many resources that can be accessed through our practitioner downloads section of the website. This is part of the new-look Knowledge Centre, a user-friendly compendium of resources for qualified practitioners.
The free exercises are as follows:
- Whole type exercise: The living type table
- E–I exercise: Ideal work environment
- E–I exercise: Ideal weekend break
- E–I exercise: Questions for the opposite preference
- S–N exercise: Making a presentation about the venue
- S–N exercise: Tell me about an apple
- S–N exercise: Looking at a picture
- S–N exercise: Write about ...
- T–F exercise: Appreciation and recognition
- T–F exercise: Define love
- T–F exercise: Define conflict
- T–F exercise: Presents for not quite all
- T–F exercise: Helping a friend
- T–F exercise: Trip to the Caribbean
- J–P exercise: Plans and planning
- J–P exercise: Preparing to come to this event
- J–P exercise: Attitudes to work and play
You can find them all under 'facilitator tools and exercises' in the practitioner downloads section of our website.