Practical Applications of Jung’s Theory and the Eight Mental Processes in a World of Remote Work

Event – Applications of Jung’s Theory in a World of Remote Work

Practical Applications of Jung’s Theory and the Eight Mental Processes in a World of Remote Work

Zoom webinar – March 6 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Australia/Sydney

Presented by Cynthia S. Paris, President, The People Skills Group

Join ILP Strategic Partner AusAPT for a free two-hour workshop with Cindy Paris in the first of our Sunday Series events in 2022.

As practitioners, we are learning more and more that the gold, the real power, of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, comes from the theory behind the instrument, Psychological Types. However, as practitioners, we are often challenged to teach and practically apply Jung’s Eight Functions (Mental Processes, Cognitive Processes) with teams and leaders when participants are used to thinking in terms of the 4-letters of Type and MBTI Preferences. This is especially true in a world where many teams are working remotely and there is a lot to achieve in a short time frame.

In this program, participants will learn how to introduce Jung’s theoretical framework and the mental processes through quick and easy techniques and exercises using our road-tested and vetted tools for integrating the 8 Jungian Functions into applications. We will introduce how to adapt and facilitate these exercises (some of which are well-known and quite often used, like the Z-Problem solving model) with remote teams using Zoom breakout rooms and third-party applications.

Participants will walk away with handouts and fresh ideas for facilitating Psychological Types for effective teamwork and leadership development in our new, and often remote, world of work.

This event has ended, but you can see upcoming AusAPT events here.