Tuesday, October 30, 2012
W E B I N A R
Allen Hammer, Ph.D. (INTP)
Overview of the MBTI® Step III
and its Use in Personal
and Leadership Development
Read more about the Step III from these sources:
CAPT -- MBTI® -- Type Today -- Ann C. Holm
This webinar will describe how Isabel Myers thought about Type development and how to measure Type development. The relationship between Step I, Step II and Step III will be explored, as well as how Step III was developed. Getting certified in Step III will be summarized.
Explore or Discover: Dr. Hammer will share suggestions for how to use MBTI Step III in personal and leadership development.
There will be a question and answer period at the conclusion of the webinar.
About Allen Hammer
Allen Hammer, Ph.D. has a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Michigan State University., and a B.S. in Administration and Management Science from Carnegie-Mellon University. He completed a post-doctoral program at the Missouri Institute of Psychiatry. Currently, Dr. Hammer is a consultant in executive team and leadership development with Manfredo-Curtis Associates.
Dr. Hammer is author of the MBTI Step 1, Step II and Step III Manuals. He also authored many MBTI products and Interpretive reports including MBTI Complete, Step III Interpretive Report, Team Report, Career Report, Workstyles Report, Relationship Report. Winner of two Isabel Briggs Myers Research awards for research on couples and on Step III; also winner of an APTi award for Innovation. Former Editor in Chief and Director of Research and Development at CPP, Inc. Former editor of the Bulletin of Psychological Type. Former director of the Myers-Briggs Foundation.
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
W E B I N A R
Elizabeth Murphy, Ed.D. (INFP)
Family Communication Patterns
Enriching or Exasperating?
Do you remember the old saying, "I said what I said and I meant what I said -- and I meant what I said 100%"? So often our message is clear to us and we believe we communicated it clearly to others. In families this is compounded by the interdependent relationships and by the developmental levels of the communicating members.
We will explore ways to recognize Type preferences through the language of the sender but also to learn how to interpret the true intended message and posit ways to respond to make the exchange more enriching than exasperating.
We will review examples of Type communications at toddler, preschool, elementary, middle school and high school levels.
About Elizabeth Murphy
Elizabeth Murphy, Ed.D. is a psychologist who has worked with Type concepts since the early 1980s. Her research focuses on verifying, with video support, the development of normal personality differences according to the theory of psychological type. She works extensively with families and teams of people to improve communication and resolve relationship needs. With Dr. Charles Meisgeier, she created the MMTIC® (Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children) in 1987. Elizabeth's experience includes conducting training throughout the United States as well as Canada, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, and Malaysia.
Elizabeth is an internationally recognized educational authority. Her contribution to and leadership in developing the MMTIC®
reflects her unusual diversity of educational experience. She has taught children from preschool to high school age and worked as a licensed school psychologist. She is also the author of The Developing Child. Her doctoral dissertation won the Isabel Briggs Myers Research Award and she received the Gordon Lawrence Award for contributions to Type In education. Carlow College honored her with its Alumnae Award. Currently, she works as an independent consultant to schools and organizations and families. Elizabeth has preferences for INFP.