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New International Regional Representative on the AusAPT Management Committee

We wish to advise that Harumi Gondo has joined us as the International Regional Representative on the AusAPT Management Committee. The vitality and future of AusAPT depends on the efforts of members including those who volunteer to be part of the Management Committee of AusAPT. So we are very grateful that Harumi has joined us to provide input on AusAPT strategic directions, member priorities and events, especially to advise on behalf of community members who live in the Asia Pacific region and beyond. Harumi Gondo Harumi Gondo (ENFJ) is an MBTI Master Practitioner and is also certified with Majors PTI (more…)
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Increasing your Sales Using Personality Type – Tim Van Milligan

Tim Van Milligan (ISTJ) joins us for the AusAPT 2021 Talking Type Together Online Conference to speak on Increasing ‘Your Sales Using Personality Type’. He provides an overview of his conference presentation topic here. Tim is a business owner, entrepreneur and conference speaker based out of Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. He is also an author of several books on copywriting and marketing, including the books: “Selling by Personality Type,” “Emotional Copywriting Revealed,” and “Selling Yourself: Advanced Strategies for Landing Your Dream Job.” He endorses the practical application of personality temperament to the world of sales and marketing, showing how to (more…)
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New NSW/ACT Regional Representative on the AusAPT Management Committee

We wish to advise that Ellen Owen has joined us as the NSW/ACT Regional Representative on the AusAPT Management Committee. The vitality and future of AusAPT depends on the efforts of volunteers including those who volunteer to be part of the Management Committee of AusAPT. So we are very grateful that Ellen has volunteered to join us to lead the NSW/ACT community and events and to be part of the leadership team. A long-standing member of AusAPT, we are already appreciating Ellen’s valuable input and local leadership of AusAPT NSW/ACT. Thank you Ellen! So here is an update of the (more…)
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Help AusAPT grow and thrive – join the AusAPT Management Committee

AusAPT AGMThe vitality and future of AusAPT depends on the efforts of volunteers including those who volunteer to be part of the Management Committee of AusAPT. The Committee leads the not for profit organisation’s strategic directions, events and operations. At the November 2020 AGM, a new Management Committee was formed for the period 2020 – 2022. We didn’t fill all positions at that time and a couple of people have resigned since. So we have an opportunity to refresh and revitalise our team and we would love you to join us to help ensure a positive and exciting future for AusAPT (more…)
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AusAPT 2020 Annual General Meeting + new Management Committee

AusAPT AGMThe AusAPT Annual General Meeting was held on 26 November, 2020 at 8pm AEDT via Zoom. A new Management Committee was formed for the period 2020 – 2022 as follows: PresidentTerri ConnellanVice PresidentKerry GubbTreasurerPhilip KerrQueensland RepresentativeJoshua KnightWestern Australian RepresentativeJo McNeilly No nominations were received at or before the AGM for the position of Secretary nor for Regional Representatives for NSW, Victoria and South Australia. However following the meeting a nomination to the vacancy of Secretary was received and is in the pipeline of being considered and formalised. We invite any interest from current members in the remaining Regional Representative positions (more…)
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2020/21 Aus APT Membership Renewals due now!

The AusAPT membership period is  1 July – 30 June each year. So now is the time to renew your membership, join up or reconnect with AusAPT for maximum benefit! Just click on the below button to renew or join! Renew or kick off your membership! At $99 per annum, it’s excellent value for access to type research and practice resources, events and a welcoming community. Reciprocal membership is available for members of our partner organisations. This includes other type organisations such as BAPT and APTi and Institute of Learning Professionals financial members. To Life Members of AusAPT: we say ‘Welcome (more…)
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AusAPT 2020 + 2021 Conference Update

Unfortunately we have had to postpone our AusAPT 2020 Conference in Auckland, New Zealand in November due to COVID-19 impacts. However, AusAPT is planning the following conferences in 2020 and 2021 open to all: for 2020: an online conference 6-7 November for 2021: a conference in Auckland, New Zealand 28-31 October This plan enables us to connect and share type research and practice in 2020 at a national and international level and honour our commitment to a conference in partnership with the New Zealand type community. Thanks to those who submitted to present at Auckland in 2020. The Conference Team will (more…)
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BAPT TypeFace Quarterly Magazine

Through our reciprocal partnership with the British Association of Psychological Type, we receive copies of TypeFace, their quarterly magazine. The latest copy is below, available for Members Only and we will begin to add back copies here for reference over time. Our thanks to BAPT for sharing their publication with AusAPT members. TypeFace-Vol-31-No-2-Spring-2020Download (more…)
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Face Value Only? A Review of Personality Inventories: Fiction, Fact, Future, by Jane Bozarth (2019) – Peter Geyer

personality inventoriesAusAPT Type Research and Practice Collection Occasional Papers (#2 –  May 2020) Face Value Only? A Review of Personality Inventories: Fiction, Fact, Future, by Jane Bozarth (2019)  Peter Geyer peter@petergeyer.com.au Werribee, Australia This article is also available as a pdf download here: Face Value Only? Download This paper examines the content and method of Jane Bozarth’s recent publication on personality inventories in the workplace, available here and at www.LearningGuild.com which has been provided to me for evaluation and comment. While there are many errors and misjudgements contained within, ranging from historical and other facts to research methodology, there are also questions asked (more…)
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Ask Peter for advice and resources on type knowledge and practice

type resourcesWhile we are in our homes more at present, it is an excellent opportunity to do some professional reading and research on areas of type. Peter Geyer is the Custodian of the AusAPT Type Research and Practice Collection (Collection), available as a resource for AusAPT members. As you may know, he has researched, written and presented on type for over 25 years. Moreover, Peter is keen to assist with knowledge and practice on type through the resources of the Collection and his extensive experience and expertise. You can read more about the Collection here. The Collection is a fixed resource but also (more…)