In communication with perceivers allow time to

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In Communication with Perceivers: Allow time to discuss pros & cons Frame discussions with interests in new ideas Allow for options & changes in discussion Build on milestones of accomplishment Expect to say, “If not now, when?
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Sample case: Sally is convinced that Jay is arrogan because he seems to live so often within his own head, apparently unresponsive to those around him
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What are the Assumptions?
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Assumption: Jay is arrogant
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Imagine Jay from a temperament point of view:
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Jay may be an introvert, preparing for his eventual participation in the conversation.
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Invitation to Jay: ( an introvert) “Jay, what do you think about X?”
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Sample case: Andy is upset with Mary because plans for a project were not on his desk at 8:00 AM as requested
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Assumption: Mary is procrastinating Mary is incompetent
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magine Mary from a temperamen point of view:
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Mary may be a perceiver, looking at additional options preparing to put forth new ideas
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Invitation to Mary: (a perceiver) “Mary, I appreciate your new ideas and we can incorporate them, the project is now due exactly when will you be done?
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Why Meyers-Briggs/Keirsey can help . . .
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We can imagine . . . Benign reasons why people puzzle us Can lead to invitations for dialogue Discourages negative circular dances Dissuades negative self-fulfilling prophecie
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