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- Type Dynamics made easy
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator's edge over other personality measures is the depth that Type Dynamics adds. Understanding the order of development and the interaction of the MBTI preferences makes whole Type descriptions far more powerful than just knowing your individual preferences.
At the core of each MBTI Type are the four mental processes (Sensing, iNtuition, Thinking and Feeling) which interact dynamically over the span of your life. Type Dynamics explains how and
- pinpoints each Type’s favourite (dominant) process – critical for understanding intrinsic motivation and approaches to problem solving
- clarifies how everyone uses extraversion or introversion and identifies which process is typically used in interacting with others, adding insight to communication issues
- supports strategies for building resilience to stress, by looking at the role of the favourite and least preferred processes
- gives insight into how people of superficially similar Types, e.g. ENTP and ENTJ, may experience friction because of their very different drivers
- charts the likely order in which you will develop your processes, giving valuable insight into the shifts and changes you are likely to experience over time.
Now you can explore Type Dynamics without having to remember or explain the mechanics. Our resources build on the preference pairs colour-coding already embedded in Typies®, the MBTI Type table - who are we? and all of our Fun Type Tables.
With the colours of the mental processes at their heart, the Core Character illustrations below reveal the favourite function (dominant process) of each Type at a glance. The introverted or extraverted nature is shown by the colour of the inner border.
The Conserver, for example, represents the favourite Core Character for ISFJ and ISTJ Types. Both share the dominant process/function of Introverted Sensing.
Download individual Core Characters by clicking on each image in the chart above.