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1. Expert Consistency Scores

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Introduction 00

Many report sections are written expressly for experts to give them more information about their clients.  These sections are more advanced or are particularly useful to the expert, but wouldn’t typically be shared with clients.  The experts are able to choose not only what psychological models they want to use, they also get to choose what report sections fit their process and when to share which reports with their clients.  We give the power and control to you, the expert, to enable you to manage what clients see, making sure your clients have the desired experience. 

The Expert Consistency Scores Report is a great example of a set of report sections that are more advanced and would benefit from expert interpretation.  These sections integrate multiple models to show how the client answered activities and summarize the model results with a “consistency score”.  A “consistency score” ranges from 1-100 and is based on how consistently a client chose that option during activities.  For example, if a client always chose Introverted Intuition over other functions when doing activities for Cognitive Functions, in other words, when given the choice, the client always ranked it first, then the client would have a consistency score of 100 for Introverted Intuition.  

This information can be useful when completing the best-fit process with a client.  Often just asking the question “Why” can lead to profound discussions.  The report gives the expert all the data, not just the final result, and that there may be fruitful discussions about any one of these data points and the expert gets to decide which ones will be the most useful with particular clients as they work with them on best-fit.  Such dialogues can help highlight what is unique about different clients and perhaps open up a discussion about how what is going on in their lives has shaped their individual approach to life and work.  Depending on the client and where the client is in the process with the expert, it can make sense to share this report with the client  immediately, eventually, or never.

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Whole Type Consistency Scores 01

Consistency scores from doing a set of best-fit activities

The 16 types are the sixteen personality type patterns that are often referred to by a 4-letter type code developed by Isabel Myers based on her understanding of the personality typology of Carl Jung. There are many ways of understanding these type patterns and many scholars have described these patterns from perspectives not based in Jungian typology. David Keirsey developed a model of temperament theory that looks at four core temperaments, each having four varieties—thus sixteen types. Bolton and Bolton expanded the social style model from four to sixteen types for which Linda Berens has further developed connections and has called Interaction Styles.
Learn more here:http://lindaberens.com/resources/methodology-articles/the-sixteen-personality-types.
Note that the whole type consistency scores are impacted by the consistency scores of the other behavior patterns.

Angela's Whole Type Consistency Scores

Score Berens' Name Visual Type Type Jungian Functions
65 Discoverer Advocate™
Invent
Value
ENFP Ne Fi
56 Explorer Inventor™
Invent
Analyze
ENTP Ne Ti
54 Envisioner Mentor™
Consideration
Connect
ENFJ Fe Ni
50 Harmonizer Clarifier™
Value
Invent
INFP Fi Ne
45 Motivator Presenter™
Now
Value
ESFP Se Fi
42 Facilitator Caretaker™
Consideration
Stabilize
ESFJ Fe Si
34 Foreseer Developer™
Connect
Consideration
INFJ Ni Fe
28 Promoter Executor™
Now
Analyze
ESTP Se Ti
21 Composer Producer™
Value
Now
ISFP Fi Se
20 Protector Supporter™
Stabilize
Consideration
ISFJ Si Fe
19 Strategist Mobilizer™
Execute
Connect
ENTJ Te Ni
18 Conceptualizer Director™
Connect
Execute
INTJ Ni Te
13 Implementor Supervisor™
Execute
Stabilize
ESTJ Te Si
12 Planner Inspector™
Stabilize
Execute
ISTJ Si Te
10 Designer Theorizer™
Analyze
Invent
INTP Ti Ne
9 Analyzer Operator™
Analyze
Now
ISTP Ti Se
Whole Type Consistency Scores Authors
Original work by: Sterling Bates Katherine Hirsh © Step Research Corporation

Cognitive Function Consistency Scores 02

Consistency scores from doing a set of best-fit activities

Cognitive Dynamics refers to the dynamic nature of the personality types based on the work of Carl Jung’s eight psychological types. The eight cognitive processes are the foundation for many psychological type instruments. Knowing an individual’s innate tendency to use these processes can help release creative blocks and generate more effective communication. Learn more here: http://lindaberens.com/resources/methodology-articles/cognitive-dynamics

Angela's Cognitive Function Consistency Scores

Score Berens' Name Function Jungian Name Cognitive Superpower Go-To Behavior Visual Color
100 Interpreting Ne Extraverted Intuition
Energized Webs
Energized Webs
Invent
80 Connecting Fe Extraverted Feeling
Social Telepathy
Social Telepathy
Consideration
50 Foreseeing Ni Introverted Intuition
Super Realization
Super Realization
Connect
50 Valuing Fi Introverted Feeling
Courageous Harmonizing
Courageous Harmonizing
Value
0 Analyzing Ti Introverted Thinking
Super Analyzing
Super Analyzing
Analyze
0 Segmenting Te Extraverted Thinking
Power Marshalling
Power Marshalling
Execute
0 Reviewing Si Introverted Sensing
Total Recall
Total Recall
Stabilize
0 Experiencing Se Extraverted Sensing
Hyper Senses
Hyper Senses
Now
Cognitive Function Consistency Scores Authors
Original work by: Sterling Bates Katherine Hirsh © Step Research Corporation

Essential Motivator Consistency Scores 03

Consistency scores from doing a set of best-fit activities

Essential Motivator theory (sometimes called Temperament) describes four organizing patterns of personality and is based in descriptions of behavior that go back over twenty-five centuries. It tells us the “why” of behavior, our motivators, and sources of deep psychological stress. Knowing our Essential Motivator patterns tells us our core needs and values as well as the talents we are more likely to be drawn to develop. Learn more here: http://lindaberens.com/resources/methodology-articles/into-the-next-century-temperament-evolution

Angela's Essential Motivator Consistency Scores

Score Essential Motivator Temperament True Colors Type Sequence Whole Types
100
Catalyst
Idealist Orange NF ENFJ
ENFP
INFJ
INFP
50
Improviser
Artisan Blue SP ESTP
ESFP
ISTP
ISFP
33
Stabilizer
Guardian Gold SJ ESTJ
ESFJ
ISTJ
ISFJ
17
Theorist
Rational Green NT ENTJ
ENTP
INTJ
INTP
Essential Motivator Consistency Scores Authors
Original work by: Sterling Bates Katherine Hirsh © Step Research Corporation

Interaction Styles Consistency Scores 04

Consistency scores from doing a set of best-fit activities

Interaction Styles is based on observable behavior patterns that are quite similar to the popular Social Styles models and DiSC® Instrument. Interaction Styles tells us the “how” of our behavior. It refers to patterns of interaction that are highly contextual and yet innate. Knowing our interaction style helps us locate interpersonal conflicts and situational energy drains. It gives us a map for greater flexibility in our interactions with others. Learn more about Interaction Styles here: https://lindaberens.com/resources/methodology-articles/interaction-styles

Angela's Interaction Styles Consistency Scores

Score Interaction Style DiSC Social Styles Thomas-Kilman Conflict Mode Whole Types
100
Get-Things-Going
I Expressive Compromising ENTP
ESFP
ENFP
ESFJ
50
In-Charge
D Driver Competing ENTJ
ESTJ
ESTP
ENFJ
33
Chart-the-Course
C Analytical Avoiding INTJ
INFJ
ISTP
ISTJ
17
Behind-the-Scenes
S Amiable Accomodating INFP
ISFP
INTP
ISFJ
Interaction Styles Consistency Scores Authors
Original work by: Sterling Bates Katherine Hirsh © Step Research Corporation