Two free webinars are scheduled in the near future that are available to APTi members.
Please note: you must be logged into your APTi account to register for these webinars.*
1. On Wednesday, April 29, 2015, 9 – 10:30 a.m. Pacific Time: Carol Linden presents A Type Application for Job Seekers: Extraverts and Introverts in the Interview and During a Job Transition.
With so many workers in job transition, there is a profound opportunity for the psychological type community to offer hope and provide pragmatic solutions for improving their chances to present themselves well in a job interview as well as to survive what may be a lengthy job search process.
Not seeking a job? Not a problem! There are plenty of tips included for better understanding of Introversion and Extraversion in ourselves and those with whom we interact on a regular basis.
Get more information and register for A Type Application for Job Seekers at aptinternational.org/events.
2. On Friday, May 20, 2015, 9 to 10 a.m. Pacific Time: Gary Williams presents Cognitive Bias and Type: A New Approach to Therapy, Personal Growth and Truth…Believe It or Not!
This is a sneak preview of the concepts and techniques that Gary will present at the APTi Conference in Miami in July.
The Information Age has brought a growing societal tendency to embrace a variety of cognitive biases over critical thinking. The relationships between biasing, psychological type, and Jungian processes are essential to understanding why we adopt cognitive “shortcuts” and how to minimize our natural, but potentially harmful, perception and judgment errors due to unconscious processes. Expect fun demonstrations, group participation and an introduction to the presenter’s new model, Cognitive Bias Transposition, a valuable tool for therapists, coaches and anyone wishing to facilitate positive growth for others or themselves.
Watch for an email from APTi coming soon containing details and a registration form.
* If you have questions, please contact Stephanie (APTI@caphill.com) at the APTi office, 1-518-320-7416.