Judging-Perceiving Exercise: Questions and StatementsApr 11th, 2012
1. Explain the Judging and Perceiving preferences to everyone and have each person select the preference that best describes them.
2. Form preference groups of no more than seven people per group.
3. Ask the J group(s) to develop, in writing, three questions they would like answered by the P groups.
4. Ask the P group(s) to develop, in writing, three questions they would like answered by the J groups.
5. Collect the questions. Ask a question to the appropriate group(s). Ask the group(s) receiving the questions to share their emotional reaction to the question after they have answered the question.
6. Do not allow the group(s) asking the question to rebut the answer.
7. Alternate J and P questions until all questions have been asked.
8. Ask the P group(s) if the questions seemed like statements in question form.
9. Ask the J group(s) if the questions seemed like descriptions of behavior in question form.