Out of Time: How the Sixteen Types Manage Their Time and Work

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Center for Applications of Psychological Type, Jan 1, 2001 - Self-Help - 46 pages
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Understanding time management in relationship to psychological type is an invaluable tool for everyone from high-school students to CEOs. This booklet provides detailed explorations of each type's approach to time management and work style. Contains comments from workshop participants, who offer personal observations about their own use of time management tools, solutions for overcoming time traps, what leads to procrastination, and how individual types are motivated. This booklet is best used in a setting where the participants have had an introduction to type or by individuals who have a basic knowledge of type.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
THE PREFERENCES
4
ISTJ
10
ISFJ
12
INFJ
14
INTJ
16
ISTP
18
ISFP
20
ESTP
26
ESFP
28
ENFP
30
ENTP
32
ESTJ
34
ESFJ
36
ENFJ
38
ENTJ
40

INFP
22
INTP
24
APPENDIX
42
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About the author (2001)

Larry Demerest, Ph.D. (INTJ) is a trainer and organizational development consultant who has worked with the MBTIŽ personality assessment tool since the late 1970s. His primary uses of the Indicator are in training, management, organizational development, and team building. In addition to time management, he has done research on type and gender and also type and personal change. Larry is the author of Looking at Type in the Workplace, and he is active in the Association of Psychological Type.

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