Sharing your Knowledge in a Podcasting and YouTube World – Joel Mark Witt & Antonia Dodge

November 14 @ 1:15 pm 2:15 pm Australia/Sydney

The internet is forcing type communities to change & grow… fast.

On one side of the type community we see a seasoned generation of type professionals who have spent years refining their knowledge & wisdom. On the other side are young people eager to express and share their newly discovered love of type on every major social media platform.

Young people are excited about type & want to talk about it on podcasts, YouTube videos, and Facebook posts. But often these new “influencers” are unaware that typology is a mature discipline with years of research, development, and commerce baked into its ethos.

How do we preserve what has come before while adapting to the changing new media landscape?

In this presentation Joel & Antonia guide us through the practical steps they’ve used to bridge this gap. As podcast hosts, they will peel back the curtain of new media to showcase ideas you can use in your practice whether you are just getting started or have been teaching type for decades.

Joel Mark Witt & Antonia Dodge

Joel Mark Witt & Antonia Dodge
Joel Mark Witt and Antonia Dodge are authors, podcasters, entrepreneurs, personal development coaches, and personality typology experts who have consulted with companies like Amazon, Zappos, Oracle, American Express, CNN, and many others. Joel and Antonia also host the popular Personality Hacker podcast. Each episode is a conversation that helps you create awareness around how you are wired, gives you permission to be who you truly are, and design a custom personal growth path for your life. They live in the United States.

This session is part of the AusAPT Online 2021 Conference.

It’s just $100AU for current financial AusAPT members, APT and ILP members and $150AU for guests – for all 21 sessions.

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Talking Type Together with your Vital Relationships – Sterling Bates

November 14 @ 11:45 am 12:45 pm Australia/Sydney

Scientific studies continue to show that the biggest impact on life satisfaction and happiness is our vital relationships and core social bonds. Medical studies show relationship strength as a major factor in long term health outcomes. Learn what some of this research has to say about the crucial importance of relationships. We will cover multiple models, both psychological type models and other relationship-related tools from outside the psychological type space. We will highlight which models offer insights for relationships and also cover which models and strategies don’t work well for building strong relationships. Attendees will get key tools and tips on how to use the different models to help their own relationships and further, help those they care about, or their clients in their relationships too.

Sterling Bates

Sterling Bates

Sterling has worked with personality and social psychology both personally and professionally for more than fifteen years. Originally a mathematics and IT professional, he founded and now runs Step Research, a research and development benefit corporation that takes the best from psychology and uses software technology to empower people and their relationships. He is a proud member of the International Association of Psychological Type and served on the Board of Directors for 4 years.

This session is part of the AusAPT Online 2021 Conference. It’s just $100AU for AusAPT members, ILP members and APT reciprocal members and $150AU for guests for all 21 sessions.

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Type & Stress: Your type and mind-body connections – Katie Jones

November 14 @ 10:15 am 11:15 am Australia/Sydney

Our minds and bodies are intricately connected, and our brain’s main job is to keep us alive and safe from threats. In this interactive workshop, we will use an understanding of both the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, as well as research about how the mind and body are connected, to better understand unique stressors and ways to proactively and reactively respond to stress through both of these tools.

Developing a deeper understanding of stressors and how to recover from stress is important for self-understanding, leadership, and growth, as well as a key to understanding others. Leaders at all levels can use this information to help create psychologically safer spaces for their teams, which Google’s Project Aristotle found as one of the keys to team success. Stress is inevitable, but it is not the end of the story!

Katie Jones

Katie Jones

Katie is a MBTI Master Practitioner, coaching teams and leaders for 10 years. After earning two graduate degrees from Columbia University, teaching, leading high-performing teams, and working in the non-profit education space, Katie founded KJ Consulting Group, which continues to serve local and national organizations across the U.S. To support an ever-changing world as we navigate the pandemic, in 2020 Katie created the Myers Briggs: Beyond the Letters course, as well as a Mind-Body Journal to help navigate stress using mind-body connections.

This session is part of the AusAPT Online 2021 Conference. It’s just $100AU for AusAPT members, ILP members and APT reciprocal members and $150AU for guests for all 21 sessions.

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A Young Type Coach’s Journey – Joe Arrigo

November 14 @ 10:15 am 11:15 am Australia/Sydney

After a year as an MBTI coach, what lessons have been learned?

Topics that will be covered:
*What it’s like to coach someone older than you?
*Where are the new Type enthusiasts making their names known?
*How do you gain traction in a crowded (Type) space?
*How do we fix the disconnect between veterans and amateurs?
*How Type will be applied in the future

Joe Arrigo

Joe Arrigo

Joe Arrigo is a newbie to the professional Type space. What started as a mild interest exploded into an obsession and a coaching business. His goal is to help people find their place in the world by bringing clarity to their personality type. If it can impact a stubborn INTJ like himself, it can certainly do the same for others. He resides primarily on Linkedin and YouTube, and tries to bridge the gap between the Old Guard and New Guard of type.

This session is part of the AusAPT Online 2021 Conference. It’s just $100AU for AusAPT members, ILP members and APT reciprocal members and $150AU for guests for all 21 sessions.

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Type and Transgender: any relationship or implications? with Meredith Fuller, Gunilla Burrowes & Mark Toner

November 14 @ 9:00 am 10:00 am Australia/Sydney

Is transgender identity related to Type? What are the implications in career development of the T and F functions?

This session will be presented in 4 sections with plenty of interaction and input from the audience:
1) Can Type Theory predict and explain gender fluidity?
2) Looking at the Judging Function, what impact will the change in gender have on a trans person’s career after they have transitioned?
3) Is there any indication from Type Theory that would provide insight into a person’s motivation to transition or revert?
4) What can workplaces do to understand and support their transgender staff?

This session is presented by three Australian speakers:

Meredith Fuller

AusAPT Life Member Meredith Fuller is a psychologist and author with 35 years using Type, including the design and implementation of early accreditation training. Meredith has experience with transitioning and transgender clients and her psychologist step-uncle came from Holland to conduct the first ‘gender reassignment clinic’ in 1960’s Melbourne.

Gunilla Burrowes

Gunilla Burrowes is an electrical engineer with a broad range of industry and academic experience and is passionate about workplaces becoming more inclusive. She co-founded Gender Matters with Mark Toner 10 years ago which provides advice to organisations on gender issues and inclusive practices. Gunilla is an accredited Myers Briggs trainer.

Mark Toner

Mark Toner has an engineering, science and IT background.  A former CEO of an Australian engineering company, he has been a company director and management consultant for more than 20 years. An accredited Myers Briggs trainer, his interests cover mitigation of unconscious and conscious bias and working with Gunilla and Meredith on gender issues.

This session is part of the AusAPT Online 2021 Conference. You can find the full conference program and details here: AusAPT Online 2021 Program + Booking info

$100 – $150 $100AU or all 21 sessions for AusAPT, ILP and other APT financial members. $150AU for guests.

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Increasing Your Sales Using Personality Type – Tim Van Milligan

November 13 @ 1:30 pm 2:30 pm Australia/Sydney

The first step in selling is always: “know your customer.” Using personality theory is obviously a big advantage, as it gives you keen insights into the customer and what they feel is important. This session will give practical steps that will help you increase your sales. Topics that will be covered include:

The hidden link between values and behavior.
The two drivers by which people make a decision.
The four categories of values and why they are important in persuasion.
Setting up the sales situation by giving the prospect, that what they value most.
How to generate instant rapport with your prospect.
Quickly typing your prospects – the four steps when typing others that reveal their personality temperament. You can even type them on the phone, by email, or what they post online.
How personality and values are also linked to human emotions.
The 11 basic emotions that you can read on a person’s face.
How to avoid triggering the wrong emotions in the buying situation.

Tim Van Milligan

Tim Van Milligan
Tim Van Milligan (ISTJ) 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 meet the customers needs by engaging their natural personality

This session is part of the AusAPT Online 2021 Conference. It’s just $100AU for AusAPT members, ILP members and APT reciprocal members and $150AU for guests for all 21 sessions.

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What Type can Teach us as Writers – Terri Connellan

November 13 @ 10:15 am 11:15 am Australia/Sydney

How can insights from type help us grow in self-awareness and practice as writers so we can best express our work in the world? How do our type preferences influence how we write and what we write? How can we use these insights to help us grow and write more effectively? Using frameworks from type, creativity and writing, we look at writing identity and natural preferences as well as potential writing blocks. You will be guided to reflect on your writing process and its strengths and less preferred areas and strategies that might assist you to write more productively. You will build a map of personal strengths and areas for growth as a tool to increase your writing confidence, productivity, creative awareness and output. With stronger self-understanding as a writer, you will be more self-compassionate and positive rather than self-critical.

Terri Connellan

Terri Connellan
Terri Connellan is a creative transition coach, author, teacher, accredited psychological type practitioner and current AusAPT President. She specialises in creativity, personality and self-leadership, especially for midlife women in transition to a life with deeper purpose. Terri works globally through her creative business, Quiet Writing, and her books Wholehearted: Self-leadership for women in transition and the Wholehearted Companion Workbook were published in September 2021 by the kind press.

This session is part of the AusAPT Online 2021 Conference. It’s just $100AU for AusAPT members, ILP members and APT reciprocal members and $150AU for guests for all 21 sessions.

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Four Flavors of Type – Dario Nardi

November 13 @ 9:00 am 10:00 am AEDT

What flavor of your type are you?
Having an answer can make a difference. Some people really puzzle over their best-fit type. Or, they feel unusual for their type, perhaps as a result of upbringing or type development. Or, they are making a career change and want extra advice. What’s the saying, “Every ENFP is like every other ENFP, like some other ENFPs, and like no other ENFP.” Some differences are small, and some really matter.
Lately, research is coming together on flavors of type. Neuroscience data supports that people use their brains in ways that meet their type preferences. They also develop in ways that reflect their cultural upbringing, career choice, and more. These brain differences sort into clusters or as 4 cardinal points around a wheel. We will explore 4 flavors of type: Dominant, Creative, Normalizing or Harmonizing. (Thanks Dr. Victor Gulenko for these names.) This includes examples from specific types and reference materials that you can use.

Dario Nardi

Dario Nardi

Dario Nardi, Ph.D. is a renowned author and researcher in neuroscience, personality, and body-mind practices. He won Distinguished Teacher of the year in 2011 while at UCLA. His books include Neuroscience of Personality, 8 Keys to Self-Leadership, Jung on Yoga, The Magic Diamond, and other titles. He created the Personality Types iPhone app and the Cognitive Processes Assessment of 8 Jungian functions. Since 2006, Dario has conducted hands-on brain research, utilizing insights of real-time EEG technology. Dario was certified in type since 1994.

This session is part of the AusAPT Online 2021 Conference. It’s just $100AU for AusAPT members, APT reciprocal members and ILP members and $150AU for guests – for all 21 sessions.

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Talking Theory Together – Richard Owen

November 12 @ 7:45 pm 8:45 pm Australia/Sydney

With a divergence of type theory between Jung, MBTI and many individual experts in the field, is there a way to create a cohesive revised narrative to carry type forward into its second century? Can we successfully reintegrate with mainstream personality psychology? How can type be reinterpreted and positioned in a way that makes it more acceptable to critics? Richard will discuss several key issues in type theory and some of his proposed solutions to them.

Richard Owen

Richard Owen

BAPT Treasurer Richard Owen is an organisational psychologist and coach based in Brighton, UK. A broad theorist of Type: from Jung to MBTI®, to the depth typology of Dr John Beebe. Richard’s Personality Parts™ model aims to uniquely integrate these and many other perspectives.

This session is part of the AusAPT Online 2021 Conference. It’s just $100AU for AusAPT members, ILP members and APT reciprocal members and $150AU for guests for all 21 sessions.

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Friend or foe? The Inferior Function – Angelina Bennet

November 12 @ 7:45 pm 8:45 pm Australia/Sydney

The inferior function – sometimes called the 4th function – is one of the most fascinating aspects of our psyche. It is often overlooked as it does not feature in our type code and it tends to be regarded as the “not me” side of our personality. Yet it has an almost continuous presence in our everyday lives. Many people are familiar with Naomi Quenk’s ‘In the Grip’ theory, in which the inferior function erupts during stress; however, it makes its presence felt in many other situations, although we may not consciously be aware of it. In this session, I will invite the audience to consider the different roles that their inferior function takes in their lives, and how it can be a hindrance, a source of negative perception, a haven, a source of excitement, and a gateway for development.

Angelina Bennet

Angelina Bennet
Angelina is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist and Director of Type Pro, a Type practitioner’s training organisation, with over 20 years’ experience with Type. She is the author of The Shadows of Type: Psychological Type over seven Levels of Development, and is considered to be a thought-leader in the development of Type theory. Angelina has presented at many UK and International Type Conferences including BAPT, EAPT, APTi and AusApt. She was the President of the British Association for Psychological Type (BAPT) from 2011-2017.

This session is part of the AusAPT Online 2021 Conference. It’s just $100AU for AusAPT members, ILP members and APT reciprocal members and $150AU for guests for all 21 sessions.

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$100 – $150 $100AU for AusAPT, ILP, other APT members; $150AU for non-members