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0.5 hrs
free webinar
April 18, 2012, 1:00 PM EST Function Archetype Decoder Webinar
Robert McAlpine, M.A. (ISTJ)

This webinar provides information about our web-based software that is applicable to individuals, couples and teams.

What you will learn:

  • How to use this tool to explore team dynamics.
  • How to access graphs and charts from the data you input.
  • How to print off descriptions of mental functions, archetypes and whole types.
  • How to plot individual type codes for individuals and teams.

More Information

 
How does each personality type use the functions differently?  What is Introverted Thinking like for someone with an ENTP type code compared to someone with an INFP type code?  The Function-Archetype decoder provides this information and more!  This data is viewable in a team format or side-by-side comparisons.  The Decoder is continually updated as we gain more information about type and the 8 Functions.
 


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Testimonial

"I knew very little about personality type prior to this course... At first it seemed overwhelming, but as the class continued, the instructor Bob McAlpine, made it all make sense. He is wonderful at what he does and this class is well worth the investment. I am looking forward to using type instruments to better understand people and assist them in communicating with others, either on a professional level or in a group setting. It appears to be a wonderful instrument with so many possibilities."

Kevin Kilday