Session 02 : Is my personality type suited for Japan?? ~ What is your TYPE? ~
Differences between Sensors and Intuitives (Part 2) This is a four-part series where we introduce the differences between Intuitives and Sensors.
- In the first two sessions the basic differences between Sensors and Intuitives is introduced through explanation and activities.
- This second session will introduce a bit more between Sensors and Intuitives through explanation and new activities.
- According to Carl Jung, who wrote about the difference between Sensors and Intuitives, your mental preferences (your Type) is determined at birth.
- Understanding and accepting your type is critical for self-acceptance and development. Understanding TYPE can also be very valuable in helping your communication, relationships and realizing your life pursuits.
- This session will be an introductory session where we will delve into the differences between Sensors and Intuitives.
- The majority of the Japanese population as well as the schooling system and many companies are made up of and value the Sensing way of viewing the world.
- The differences between Sensors and Intuitives will be explained following by short discussion groups and activities in groups. The activities will very concretely demonstrate the differences between Sensors and Intuitives. (Every time I run these activities most participants are shocked by the differences!).
- Harumi Gondo is a type trainer certified to administer the MBTI and Majors PTI personality type instruments. .
◆ Date Friday, November 13
◆ Time 7:45pm~ 9:30pm (the session STARTS at 7:45pm!!)
◆ Participation Fee 1,000 yen (not includes the cafe use)
*Attendees: min 4, max 20
- Open 7:45pm Lighting Talk (Self-Introduction)
- 8:00pm explanation of Type and Sensors/Intuitives
- 8:30pm participants identify their Type and divide into groups
- 9:00pm activities to demonstrate the differences between Sensing and Intuiting and discussion
- 9:30pm Close
Yotsuya Chiki Center (四谷地域センター）ROOM 2 (集会室2)
87 Naito-machi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
5 minute walk from Exit 2, Shinjuku gyoenmae station, Marunouchi Line
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