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The People Skills Group Metaphor Cards SampleThe Eight Jungian Function Image Metaphor Cards™

Take the mystery out of Type Dynamics with our Image Metaphor Cards and make Jungian Psychological Type – the theory behind the Myers-Briggs® Assessment – understandable and practical so people know what their Type means and how to use it – without complicated explanations.

Our Dominant Function products fill the gap between Type being too simplistic and too complex. Our Image Metaphor products help  practitioners incorporate Myers’ Type Dynamics and Jung’s Dominant Functions into Introductory Feedback Sessions.

Here are just a few of the benefits your clients will gain when you use our products in your workshops and individual coaching sessions:

  • Verifying Best-Fit Type
  • Selecting their Dominant Function
  • Recognizing the Gifts and Blind Spots of their Dominant Function
  • Seeing that they use all the Functions of Type
  • Realizing when it would be more appropriate to engage a non-preferred Function

By providing each individual client with a set of our Image Cards, complex concepts come to life. The products are simple for clients to understand without a complicated explanation of Type Dynamics.  MBTI practitioners can incorporate the cards into their their existing MBTI programs for added client benefit. (Click here to see what MBTI Practitioners and clients are saying about our card system.)

Here is how we designed the products to help people quickly and efficiently grasp the more complex, yet essential, Type concepts:

  • Images with a corresponding metaphor for each Type help people to pinpoint how the Dominant Function operates and what it might feel like to engage the Function
  • Metaphors portray the fluidity of movement and action related to each Dominant Function as it operates in the mind – keeping Type from becoming a static model
  • The Central Question for each of the Dominant Functions highlights the main aim, or focus, of the Function
  • Effective Uses (Gifts) and Ineffective Uses (Blind Spots) on the back of each card helps people apply Type immediately
  • Parallel construction for Effective Uses and Ineffective Uses show how the Gifts of a Dominant Function can become weaknesses
  • The Major Work Contribution highlights the key strength of the Domiant Function on a team and in the workplace

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