Creating Leadership Breakthroughs » Facilitating Breakthrough Creativity Workshops
Lynne's experiences working with the Breakthrough Creativity model and the Eight Creative Talents have resulted in several lessons for those facilitating a Breakthrough Creativity Workshop. (More information on facilitating a Breakthrough Creativity workshop ) Many of these questions revolve around how the eight creative talents relate to the Myers Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI® and why there can be differences between the results of the MBTI® and the talents. There are three issues here that need to be addressed to answer these questions:
One further note: The September 12, 2004, Boston Globe article titled "Against Types" raised a frequent criticism against the MBTI® and other personality tests: the tendency of individuals and organizations to use these instruments, designed for personal awareness and growth, to stereotype and label one another. It is important to remember that Jung developed his framework not to label people, or as he said "not to put them in drawers," but to help them be more effective, productive and creative.
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