Free opportunity to hear psychological instrumentation expert Dr. Mark Majors review the importance of personality instruments and take questions from the audience.
(1888PressRelease) December 21, 2009 - TypeLabs today announced a free webinar to be held on Wednesday, January 6, 2010, at 1:00 p.m. EST / 10:00 a.m. PST, “Why does the personality instrument matter?” is the second free webinar in an ongoing series of webinars connecting you with experts in psychological type. Mark Majors, Ph.d., creator of the MajorsPTI psychological assessment and author of Dichotomies for Dyads: A Handbook for Recognizing and Resolving Personality Conflicts in Relationships, will share key insights to help type practitioners understand personality instrumentation. Attendees, who may register at the link below, will receive the opportunity to submit a question to Mark Majors to be answered on the webinar. Registration is free and can be completed online at https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/692656259
This free webinar will cover the following topics:
- Why is instrumentation important at all?
- Consistency and standardization
- Measurement reliability as an anchor for consistency and standardization
- Validity or the consistency and standardization of meaning and language.
- What does an instrument do?
- The Proper use of an assessment of personality typology
- Q & A
- MajorsPTI/Majors PT-Elements type assessment overview
To register, go to https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/692656259. Admission is free but space is limited.
Title: Why does the personality instrument matter?
Presented by: Mark Majors, Ph.d.
Date: Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. EST
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About Mark Majors
Mark Majors, Ph.d. has over 16 years of experience in psychometrics, Jungian Type Theory, organizational consulting, and counseling psychology. He has been a Research Scientist at Consulting Psychologists Press (CPP), and the Director of Research at the Center for Applications of Psychological Type (CAPT). Mark has published widely in the areas of psychometrics, personality type, and counseling psychology and is the author of the MajorsPTi™. He received his BS and MS degrees in psychology from Iowa State University and his PhD in counseling psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Mark is the author of the recently published book Dichotomies for Dyads: A Handbook for Recognizing and Resolving Personality Conflicts in Relationships.
About Majors PTI™
The Majors PTI™ is a 52-item instrument designed to help facilitate learning valuable information about how you direct your energy, take in information, make decisions and how you orient to your environment. This information reveals how your personality contributes to many aspects of life including your leadership methods, learning preferences and work/activity preferences.
About Majors PT-Elements™
The Majors PT-Elements is a 127 item questionnaire that helps your clients learn valuable information about their psychological type (common 16 personality types). The report provides results on the dichotomies of Energy acquisition and distribution, Extraversion (external) and Introversion (internal); Perceiving or attending to information, Sensing and iNtuiting; Deciding or making judgments, Thinking and Feeling; Orientation to living, Judgment and Perception. The reported result for the individual's 16-type indication is given, as well as results on the 32 Elements sub-scales, which illuminate personality differences within the dichotomy or type. Finally, the all NEW "Elements of Personality Formation™" statements are given that help your clients understand some of the complex ways in which they interact with others and respond to situations. A professional report page is provided to help you give constructive feedback regarding all of the reported results.