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The Psychology of Change & Complimentary Event

Posted 05 Mar 2019 by msummer

Most people want their businesses to grow. Or at least their bottom line to grow. But there’s an important part of business growth that’s often overlooked – change. Learn more about the psychology of change and how it affects your workforce, as well as about the complimentary Psychology of Change events happening in your area. 

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MBTI® Users Conference—Creating a Culture of Clarity / There is Plenty of Research

01 Dec 2016

Continuing with Patrick Kerwin’s session at the MBTI® Users Conference, Patrick addressed the criticism that the MBTI assessment is not in clinical psychology journals. He noted it's not in clinical journals because it’s not a clinical tool. It doesn’t belong in clinical journals. A CPP board member didn’t use it in his published research for that very reason. His research, by the way, was on coronary disease and other health conditions. Why would he use the MBTI tool for this? There is plent...

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MBTI® Users Conference—Creating a Culture of Clarity / Some Clinical Psychology Criticism

29 Nov 2016

Patrick Kerwin then addressed a criticism about the MBTI® assessment he’s heard that “clinical psychologists don’t believe in the MBTI® tool.” I didn’t get training on the MBTI tool in my clinical program. Clinical psychologists are typically trained to administer “tests” that address psychological problems. As Patrick stated, the argument that clinicians don’t use the MBTI tool is like saying “it’s hard to find an engineer who uses a plunger.” The MBTI tool is not a test, and it doesn’t iden...

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The Biggest Discoveries from the MBTI Influence Research Project

10 Mar 2016

Sign up for the webinar at http://people.cpp.com/2016-mbti-impactful-influencing-webinar.html While the authors (Damian Killen, founder of the Irish training and development consultancy Thrive, and Rich Thompson, CPP Divisional Director of Research) presented portions of the Influence Research Project’s findings last year at CPP’s MBTI® Users Conference in San Francisco, we know that not everyone was able to attend that event, so we've put together a webinar to give you a chance to examine th...

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