Introduction to Type and Communication
This booklet will review the four pairs of preferences that form the basic components of sixteen personality types. Each type has unique preferences for communicating. You will be also be introduced to type dynamics and development and will see the effect of dominant functions on communication styles.
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"Type theory has opened my eyes both personally and professionally. Personally it has helped explain "rubs" in relationships that previously were seen as personal slights. As a consultant who helps emerging leader develop skills in communication and conflict management, the discussion of type always provides great "ah ha" moments for the participants. Every session has at least one participant who afterward talks about how understanding type has clarified a past communication problem. I want to thank Type Resources for being instrumental in my understanding type theory."Wanda Thompson
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