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Media Puzzle: Responding to Claims about the MBTI® and Psychological Type – Peter Geyer

AusAPT Type Research and Practice Collection Occasional Papers (#1 – February 2020) A response to False Portraits by Jennifer V Fayard Psychology Today January 2020 Peter Geyer Werribee, Australia This article is also available as a pdf download here: Media-PuzzleDownload To see what is in front of one’s nose needs a constant struggle  George Orwell  [Campbell 2011 p187] There’s something about the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) and the notion of types of people that provokes a consistent stream of criticism, whether it be about the questionnaire itself, or the ideas attached to it. Sometimes this prompts defences from various interested parties, (more…)
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2019 Conference Resources LIVE + 50% off Membership opportunity for 2019/20

conference resourcesGo deeper with type through the rich video and presentation resources created by our 2019 Conference presenters. Our 2019 AusAPT Conference in Melbourne in late November was an opportunity to go deeper into psychological type and connect with a friendly community of type practitioners, researchers and writers. It was a great success – enriching, informative and enjoyable. The presenter resources – videos of presentations, presentation notes and handouts – from the Conference are now LIVE on the AusAPT website for the information of conference participants and current AusAPT members. Our sincere thanks to the presenters for generously sharing their learning and these resources. (more…)

A Dispassionate Look at Type and Emotion…Continued with Peter Geyer

February 13, 2020 @ 6:30 pm 9:30 pm AEDT

Join the Victorian AusAPT community for an updated, spontaneously presented version of Peter Geyer’s recent Conference session on Type and Emotion. Psychological type and emotions are not merely topics for questionnaires; they represent particular aspects of personality within a range of interpretations, especially for emotions. These differences for both type and emotion are explained in this session, as well as how emotions can play out in a type context.

Event FREE for AusAPT Members. There is a cover charge of $10.00 for non-financial members and guests towards refreshments.

RSVP Essential. Please email Meredith Fuller: 

About the presenter, Peter Geyer:

Peter Geyer has been researching, studying and teaching psychological type, Jung and the MBTI for 30 years. The AusAPT Type Research and Practice Collection custodian, his interests include what Jung, Myers et al said and did; and consciousness, personality, language and society. Peter is an AusAPT life member, APTi lifetime member, and a former type accreditor.

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Mary McGuiness receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Mary McGuinessCongratulations to Mary McGuiness who was announced as the 2019 Recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Institute for Learning Professionals Australian Learning Impact Awards on Saturday, 28 September, at the ILP Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony. The ILP Lifetime Achievement Award is awarded to an outstanding Learning and Development (L&D) professional who has made significant contributions to both their stakeholders and the L&D profession. The recipient will be innovative in their approach, a thought leader, and respected by the L&D community. Mary’s award honours and recognises her lifetime achievements in support of psychological type learning and development and (more…)
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Taking Type Exercises from Good to Great

type exercisesJane Kise joins us at the AusAPT National Conference in Melbourne in November 2019 from the US to present on ‘Three Keys to Effective Type Exercises‘: “Making type visible through exercises is a key tool for helping individuals and teams improve ability to communicate, collaborate, and change. However, there’s a world of difference between conducting an exercise and facilitating it successfully to change people’s mindsets. We’ll explore how to choose the “right” exercise, form groups (especially when not all types are present), and debrief. “ Jane provides this article on ‘Taking Type Exercises from Good to Great’  as background for her presentation (more…)