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What Jung Might Advise Going Forward in a Polarized Age - Roger Pearman
Thursday, January 14, 2021, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
Category: APTi Webinars

What Jung Might Advise Going Forward in a Polarized Age

 A webinar with Roger Pearman on Thursday, Jan. 14 12 - 2 p.m. EST


Psychological type is based on a number of key Jungian propositions about the role of polarities and the energy these create for our understanding of who we are and how we might live more fully.  The management of polarities in personal and social life is a theme running through Jung’s analysis of both individual and cultural phenomena.  We will take a look at polarities in our public life and the lessons from type in our private life for dealing with the differences within and in our public lives.  Most importantly, we’ll see how the transcendent function is available as a voice of wisdom in our daily life.

Register here:  What Jung Might Advise Going Forward in a Polarized Age

Cost:  The program is free to APTi members and $20 for non-members. 
If you can't make the program, a video will be sent out to everyone who is registered.
 
Biography:  

Roger Pearman is a Talent Development Consultant and Coach. He started his career as director of a university learning center, worked as CHRO in a financial services company, then started his own companies, including qualifying.org, the first blended learning company for MBTI® and other assessment certifications; He is a Past President of APTi. He is also a recipient of the Myers Research Award and Life Time Contribution Award recipient; Professional Contribution Award from the Wake Forest University Graduate School. He is currently the Managing Partner for TeamTelligent, LLC.

He is the senior author for: "I’m Not Crazy, I’m Just Not You; YOU: Being More Effective in Your MBTI Type" and "The People Skills Handbook: Action Tips for Improving Your Emotional Intelligence".

His is also the author of "HardWired Leadership, Enhancing Leadership Effectiveness through Psychological Type,"  "Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence;" and "Personality for Dummies."