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Building on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Personality Inventory (MBTI), Pearman and Albritton, executives at Leadership Innovations, an international consulting and training firm, present an in-depth study of the dynamics of type. Through charts and explanatory text, the authors present a wide array of information, analyze the strengths and weaknesses of each personality type, and explore type-dynamic behaviors and interactions, all to help us better understand our motivation and those of others. Individuals and managers who have taken the MBTI or use it for staff training will find this book a useful source for putting their knowledge of differing types to work toward communication with colleagues. For public libraries serving business professionals.?Marguerite Mroz, Baltimore Cty. P.L., Md.
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Differences matter. From the crib to the boardroom, from the golf course to the bedroom, differences matter. In this second edition of I'm Not Crazy, I'm Just Not You, Pearman and Albritton bring up-to-date research to push our understanding of those differences to a new level. Their thinking challenges us to be proactive in our relationships and they give us the tools to be successful. (William W. Sternbergh, senior fellow, leadership education (ret), Center for Creative Leadership)
I'm Not Crazy, I'm Just Not You is invaluable in my role as leader of a multinational, multicultural team. Being able to understand my colleagues' type preferences-and explain my own-increased the levels of trust and support in the team. This book is essential reading for any leader attempting something new and challenging. (Malcolm Barnett, managing director (ret), Corning Cable Systems)
The acceptance of difference-a commitment to tolerance and listening to others without assumptions-is a theme for our times. This book is a guide for greater understanding in the next decade of rapid change across generations and different global cultures. (Dr. Sally Campbell, partner of S.A. Campbell Associates and former president of the British Association for Psychological Type)
This second edition of I'm Not Crazy, I'm Just Not You advocates sincerely and intelligently for greater tolerance and for valuing differences. This book is of huge relevance to those working in the talent management space. (Helen Goldson, vice president, talent management, Goodrich)
Individuals and managers who have taken the MBTIr or use it for staff training will find this book a useful source for putting their knowledge of differing types to work toward communication with colleagues. (Library Journal)
Good book on the 16 personality types. I've shared it with others, too.Published 6 months ago by Advocate for Truth
After reading the preface to this book, I ordered it, thinking it would be well-written and perhaps offer some deep insights. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
The book, "I'm Not Crazy I'm Just Not You," written by Roger R. Pearman and Sarah C. Albritton is an excellent source for anyone who is intrigued by psychology and how the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Woodland Park Writer
This book is not a light overview of personality types. It is densely written and you will find it takes some time to delve into it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by BookWoman
Lost the book while relocating and needed it asap. It is a staple in my personal collection. Not many books are as complete as this.Published on October 2, 2013 by Cristiaan Aguilar
I picked this book up because I thought it might help me move up in my career if I started learning how to better communicate with other people. Read morePublished on September 3, 2012 by Shawna Cox
For those involved in using the MBTI for professional counseling purposes, this book has some great little interpretations for the use of the MBTI in relationship building. Read morePublished on August 20, 2012 by Sherry
First - the kindle edition is horrible. It cuts off many of the charts/tables/graphs included in the book.
Second - Although the book contains good information. Read more
This is a complete update of the 1996 edition, with new chapters on topics such as the the effect of MBTI Type on emotional intelligence, generational differences, and cultural... Read morePublished on June 3, 2011 by JMW