- Clearly distinguish between the MBTI® instrument / model and other models of type theory.
- Emphasize the individual ultimately determines their Best Fit Type.
- Be precise and balanced with the illustrative examples used.
- Consider the role of the broader context when seeking to understand type.
- Discourage the assumption that preferences, Keirseyan Temperament, or Berens Interaction Style patterns are predictive.
- Distinguish preferences from skills and competencies.
- Use the Language of Whole Type.
- Avoid the Unethical Use of Type Information.
- Demonstrate a balanced respect for all types.
- Model ethical use of type in your own behavior.
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