May 2012 Program

Houston APT May Program

MBTI – Step II

Julian Brown, Presenter

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Bilingual Education Institute

6060 Richmond Avenue

9:00 – 9:30     Registration

(guest fee $5)

& Continental Breakfast

9:30 – 12:00      Program

BYOL at nearby restaurant

(Buy Your Own Lunch)

About the Program

Please join us on Saturday, May 19,  for an overview of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Step II.

The Myers-Briggs Type Indication (MBTI) Step I provides the basic building blocks for understand your psychological type. The MBTI Step II builds on the foundation of Step I by indicating facets of each function and attitude. The objective of this meeting program is to expand our ongoing discussion of functions and attitudes with facets of judging, perceiving, and attitude:

Participants can expect to gain an understanding of

  • ·         The facets of judging and perceiving functions and altitude facets
  • ·         The construction of the MBTI Step I & II instruments.

If you took the Step II instrument several years ago when I presented a similar topic, let me know if you need a copy of your results. If you wish to take the Step II instrument, send me an email request ( and I will email you instructions. The cost of the report is $25.95 which is what CPP charges me for scoring the instrument and producing the report.

About the Speaker

Julian Brown is the principal consultant for Co-Creator Enterprises LLC.  He consults on project management, change management, and individual awareness enhancement.  He has studied Jungian psychology for the past 15 years with the Chicago Jung Institute and the Houston C. G. Jung Center.

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