The PEOPLE Process TYPE Talk Understanding People is what it's all about.
October 2006


Our first article this month gives communication clues on how to recognize and respond to an Extravert or an Introvert. Extravert and Introvert are the two preferences in the first dimension of personality type - How our Energy is focused. A lot of confusion can be eliminated by practicing this valuable information.

We are so grateful to Susan Scanlon of The TYPE Reporter for allowing us to reprint the terrific articles she has written. The article this month answers some of those questions we've all had about "is it right to type people?"

We're excited to announce that The PEOPLE Process is being taught as part of the Practitioner Training at the Law of Attraction Training Center - Module 2, Class 3 & 4. You can find a link to the LOA website in this issue under "Quick Links." I hope you enjoy our issue this month. We'd love to hear your comments and/or requests.

  • Are you ISTJ? ENFP?
  • Three Areas to Look, Listen & Respond to in Communication Style - Extravert & Introvert
  • "I Don't Think It's Right To Type People" - Part 1 Excerpt From The TYPE Reporter, Issue No. 37
  • About the Author - Pam Hollister, INTJ

  • Three Areas to Look, Listen & Respond to in Communication Style - Extravert & Introvert

    Comunication is central to our life - we communicate with others every day, throughout the day. Understanding, appreciating and accommodating personality differences in communication style can bring major success to our effectiveness as a friend, spouse, employee, supervisor, trainer, leader and team member. Becoming familiar with the communication strengths, approach and how to respond within each preference's preferred communication style, can virtually eliminate miscommunication errors and help you avoid the confusion and chaos that can result. The following chart gives the three major areas to look, listen and respond to:

    "I Don't Think It's Right To Type People" - Part 1 Excerpt From The TYPE Reporter, Issue No. 37

    You've heard people say that, haven't you? Or perhaps you've heard them make other darkly ominous statements like "You have to be careful with this stuff" or "You type-people must have a need to put people in boxes." My first reaction to statements like that is confusion. I think of the theory of psychological type as being one of the most positive thinking frameworks I've ever come across. I have a hard time imagining how a body of literature that consistently defines and stresses the highest potential in people can be used to harm them.

    About the Author - Pam Hollister, INTJ

    Pamela & Roy Hollister developed The PEOPLE Process � �Understanding People is what it's all about" � with the intention of providing a package that would simplify the understanding and use of personality- type theory. Pam has over 30 years of professional business experience with emphasis on entrepreneurship, marketing and business communications. She has created and directed training programs for a large number of Fortune 500 companies, the US Air Force, the Department of Energy, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and numerous school districts throughout North America.

    Are you ISTJ? ENFP?

    Now you can tell in 5 minutes with this user-friendly personality type Wheel for understanding self and others!

    A hands-on, interactive assessment and training tool that determines personality-type preferences utilizing theory created by Dr. Carl Jung. This 3-part package consisting of a Wheel, Profile Sheets and Booklet is an easy and fun way to help employees get valuable insights into interacting with others. Great for a leadership development program and communication skills training, this powerful tool for personality assessment is highly effective as a teambuilding communication training.

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