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MBTI

What?
  • The personality questionnaire  MBTI allows to evaluate the behavioral preferences of an individual or a team
  • Does not assess performance
  • Allows a better understanding of his particular style with regard to the style of others
  • Developed by Isabel Myers and Katherine Briggs after years of observation of human behavior, applying Carl Jung's theory of psychological types 
  • World's most used tool in companies for understanding personality differences 
How?
  • Online questionnaire
  • Submission of the report
  • Debriefing during an interview (1h30/2h)
Good to know
  • Neither good nor bad, the answers indicate a preference
  • Can only be administered by certified practitioners
  • Price: contact me 

Sosie 2nd Generation 

What?
  • The Sosie 2nd Generation Questionnaire measures personality traits (how a person behaves) and values (what motivates them, what they value); he canLet's identify them  jointly
  • Determines the management style and role an individual can play in an organization and the environment in which they will perform best 
  • Not content to detect suitable or unsuitable behaviors for a job or position, but also detects which situations, which environments can motivate - or demotivate - a person

How? 

  • Online questionnaire (French or English version)

  • Return or exchange interview

Good to know

  • Neither right nor wrong answers

  • Can only be administered by certified practitioners

  • Price: contact me

Storytelling conversation

What?
  • To better understand, let's take an example: a person feels useless, and only sees himself through this prism
  • Through questions and presence, the narrative practitioner helps the patient examine their relationship to the problem (in the example, "I suck"), consider other aspects of themselves where the problem is less present and significant, and therefore to write a version of himself that reconnects him in depth to his aspirations, values, dreams

How?

  • Storytelling conversations

  • Number and frequency fixed with the patient

Good to know

  • Recent therapeutic practice, initiated by two Australian psychologists, Michael White and David Epston in their desire to support the voiceless communities, people who suffer, to restore damaged identities and their dignity

  • Price: contact me

Emotional stamps

What?
  • The "emotional stamp" is an emotion not expressed at the appropriate time and to the person concerned (rumination) 
  • The takeoff of emotional stamps is a transactional analysis'tool, used in group coaching
  • Allows team members to free themselves from the "emotional stamps" that are binding their relationships and thus generate a more peaceful or even harmonious work climate
How?
  • Exercise proposed most often during a team building or sessions devoted to conflict management

Good to know

  • This exercise is always offered on a voluntary basis.

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