It Takes All Types
IT TAKES ALL TYPES! by Alan W. Brownsword has been acknowledged as one of the best books available to assist the lay person in understanding the fascinating insights gained from the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). It is clear in style, accessible in approach & widely used as a text & reference. Over 25,000 copies have been sold since the introduction of IT TAKES ALL TYPES! seven years ago. Millions of people around the world have experienced the MBTI to describe their individual personality. Extrovert & Introvert, Sensing & Intuitive, Thinking & Feeling, Judging & Perceiving are all words that have come from Isabel Myers, Katherine Briggs & Carl Jung into our language. These words describe how we process information, gather information, make decisions & orient ourselves to the world around us. IT TAKES ALL TYPES! is the key to understanding the MBTI for counsellors, students & teachers, in schools, businesses & government agencies. IT TAKES ALL TYPES! is a valuable resource for insights into individual abilities, building teams & improved interpersonal communication. To order: HRM Press, Inc., 65 Indian Hill Road, Nicasio, CA 94946. 415-662-2534.
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When Preferences Combine The Descriptions
Temperament and the World of Work
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