Correlation between Jung's Typology and the Striving Styles

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Correlation between Jung's Typology and the Striving Styles

Using the Striving Styles with Jung's Typology

During the past year, we have been showing MBTI and Jungian Practitioners around the globe how to make the switch from Type to Style. Making the transition from a personality model that is well known to one that has just come on the market has been difficult for some.  However, when you see how the Striving Styles has evolved from Jung's Psychological Type Theory and includes what we now know about the physiology of the four functions of consciousness, it makes it easier to embrace as a developmental system.

We are working hard to help MBTI and Jungian Practioners understand the correlation between Jung's Typology and the Striving Styles. We recently published a White Paper called the “Striving Styles® Personality System; The Next Evolution of Jung’s Typology and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®.” The paper discussed how the Striving Styles® Personality System is the third step in the evolution of psychological type theory and its many applications. We have written another White Paper to show the correlation and differences between Jung’s typology and the Striving Styles. 

 

We have also developed a series of webinars and training programs for Practitioners who would like to make the switch from Type to Style, but want more individual help.  We are excited to offer a number of different approaches for you to become a Striving Styles Qualified Practitioner.

 

Download our Complimentary White Paper: Correlation between Jung's Typology and the Striving Styles

 

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