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Death of the Artisan: Crib to Grave Marginalization of the Artisan Temperament in American Society

Death of the Artisan:  Crib to Grave Marginalization of the Artisan Temperament in American Society

A thought-provoking exploration of the ways American Society simultaneously exhaults, exploits, and marginalizes Artisans (those having both Sensing and Perceiving preferences–SP) throughout their lifespan.  Social expectations, ideals, and taboos create institutional barriers and pathways that have significant impact on Artisan individuals, and society as a whole.  We will consider the Artisan in the context of several social constructions: education, behavior modification, delinquency, addiction/rehabilitation, higher education, employment, entertainment, insurance/benefits, justice/penal, wellness/aging, and even the Association for Psychological Type.  What ways are you unwittingly marginalizing Artisans?  How can you become an Artisan advocate?

 

Presenter:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAStephanie Rogers, ENFJ, started her consulting practice, PurposePoints, in 1996 to serve individuals seeking to reframe issues of identity in order to more effectively integrate identity, purpose, and potential into the many aspects of their daily lives. Stephanie also applies her expertise in support of exasperated parents and harried educators, and she has always maintained a special research interest in the Artisan (SP) temperament. Stephanie began her work in temperament and type over twenty years ago and has served as an associate with Temperament Research Institute and as faculty for the Type Resources MBTI Qualifying Program. In addition to her previous experience as APTi Board Member ’93-’95, Stephanie has served the type and temperament professional community in three APT chapters: Orange County, CA, Indiana Chapter, and now APT/RTP.

 

New Location: Binkley Baptist Church, 1712 Willow Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514  www.binkleychurch.org

Directions: www.binkleychurch.org/about/directions

Date: Thursday, February 21, 2013

Time: 6:00pm to 9:00 pm 

           6:00 pm Gather and Network

           6:45 pm Program 


Please Choose


Members $20.00 USD/Guests $25.00 USD

Members may bring guests at the membership rate

(Bring a dish to share, beverages and workshop materials provided.)

 

January 12th, 2013

The Magic of Carl Jung

The Magic of Carl Jung

The Red Book, Part III

Presented by:

Karen Ridout

and

Walter Smith

Master Practitioners of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

6:00pm to 9:00 pm

6 p.m. – Dinner & Networking, 6:45 p.m. – Program

Diamond View Room

DurhamBulls Athletic Park

Directions given at registration

Cost: $15.00 per person (member rate)
Cost: $20.00 per person for non-members

Members may bring guests at the membership rate.

(Bring your favorite main or side dish to share. Salad, dessert, beverages and workshop materials provided.)

Harry Houdini, David Copperfield—magicians who amaze us by escaping from underwater tombs and making buildings disappear—but what is magic?

In this third presentation on “The Red Book” we will explore the magic of Carl Jung. Jung meets his various personalities in Liber Secundus (the second part of the Red Book), who help him to understand who he is and what he must confront in his quest to be an authentic human being. In chapter twenty-one, “The Magician,” Jung searches for a magician who will show him the way. He knows himself but how is he to move forward with this knowledge? What is the magic that will steer the wagon of his life?

 

April 29th, 2012

The Many Personalities of Carl Jung

The Many Personalities of Carl Jung

The Red Book, Part II

Presented by:

Karen Ridout

and

Walter Smith

Master Practitioners of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

6:00pm to 9:00 pm

6 p.m. – Dinner & Networking, 6:45 p.m. – Program

American Underground Room

Durham Bulls Athletic Park

Directions given at registration

Cost: $15.00 per person (member rate)




Cost: $20.00 per person for non-members




(Members may bring guests at the membership rate.)

(Bring your favorite main or side dish to share. Salad, dessert, beverages and workshop materials provided.)

When Carl Jung started writing The Red Book in 1913, he was deeply depressed. His relationship with Freud had ended acrimoniously, he questioned the value of his work, and he thought he was having a psychological breakdown. The book is an account of his self-psychoanalysis. In this workshop, we will explore the second part of The Red Book, Liber Secundus, in which Jung encounters and carries on a conversation with the various parts of himself. We will meet the Red Man, the Lowly, the Castle, the Anchorite, and others as we come to a deeper understanding of how the various and opposite parts of his personality helped Jung to become a major force in the psychoanalytic movement.

March 18th, 2012

Using Type to Enrich Emotional Intelligence

Using Type to Enrich Emotional Intelligence

Roger Pearman, Ed.D., Presenter

Thursday, October 20, 2011

6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

6 pm – Dinner & Networking, 6:45 – Program

Diamond View Room

512 Mangum St. (Adjacent to the Durham Bulls Athletic Park)

Cost:  $15.00 per person (member rate)

$20.00 per person for non-members

Members may bring guests at the membership rate

(Bring your favorite main or side dish to share. Salad,
dessert, beverages, and workshop materials provided.)

Cost: $15.00 per person (member rate)
Cost: $20.00 per person for non-members

A copy of Roger Pearman’s book, “Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence” will be available for purchase at the reduced rate of $10.50 or may be purchased at time of registration.

Cost: $10.50 Presenter’s Book – Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence is as all intelligences a combination of perceiving and judging—but the object of perception and management is emotions.  EQ is about how you identify key emotions in yourself and in others and how you use that information for constructive purposes.  All that we see and all that we manage in our life is influenced by our type.  It is not possible to consider emotional intelligence without also looking at how your time affects both your emotional make up and your use of certain key competencies to be effective.  This brief workshop will explore how you can see the powerful link between emotions and type and how you can use your type to leverage the knowledge that his brings.  Participants will experience several key learning activities and engage in special case exploration to see the practical use of type with emotional intelligence.

Roger R. Pearman, Ed.D., President, Qualifying.org, Inc.

Roger R. Pearman is the president and principal of Qualifying.org, Inc and Leadership Performance Systems, Inc. His company provides customized training programs and individual executive coaching. He has extensively consulted with executives and leaders in government, business, and education in the United States, Canada, and in Europe. Specifically working with entrepreneurial companies, his organization provides training programs that focus on: leadership development and change management, executive team development and team performance, succession planning and talent retention, and leading through company lifecycles and culture development for financial returns.

Formerly a vice president of operations for a financial services company, Roger combines his academic knowledge with leadership experience to provide effective training and coaching. As a senior adjunct trainer, feedback coach, and adjunct research associate with the Center for Creative Leadership, his work includes delivering services to public enrollment and custom programs.

Roger has written many books and training materials including:

September 23rd, 2011

Porch Party Potluck

Porch Party Potluck

Hear the latest in Type thinking from those who attended the

APT International Conference in San Francisco

Tuesday, September 20, 2011
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

6 pm – Dinner & Networking, 6:45 – Program

Diamond View Room

512 Mangum St. (Adjacent to the Durham Bulls Athletic Park)

Members may bring guests at the membership rate

(Bring your favorite main or side dish to share. Salad,

dessert, beverages, and workshop materials provided.)

Cost: $15.00 per person (member rate)

Cost: $20.00 per person for non-members

Topics:

  • Why Type Matters—are there liberal and conservative types?
  • Brain Patterns and Type
  • Type and Handwriting
  • Health and Wellness
  • Learning from Extraverted and Introverted Sensors
  • Type and Culture
  • Teaching in an ISTJ Culture

Presenters:

  • Mary Charles Blakebrough
  • Carol Shumate
  • Carol Linden
  • Ann Loomis
  • Jenny Soper
  • Walter Smith

 

August 28th, 2011


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