In this course we will explore the polarities of the personality and how they impact our professional and personal relationships.
Conflict or collaboration is a choice and it becomes easier to choose collaboration when people understand each other, their needs, and the purpose of their differences.
Conflict can occur when we become subject to an illusion of power. The illusion is usually that one pole of a polarity is better than the other:
- One is right, the other wrong
- One is good, the other bad
- One is strong, the other weak
Once we understand the true purpose of a polarity, collaboration becomes inevitable. Carl Jung's polarities of the personality can provide us with valuable insight on the causes of conflict and how to transform conflict into collaboration.
This webinar will be a fun and interactive session where you will learn about:
- Typical conflicts between the types
- Purpose of each polarity in the personality
- Mindset needed for collaboration
- Fruits of successful collaboration
John van der Steur
Aug 7 (F)
$30 (Pre-registration required.)
Presented virtually via Zoom
John van der Steur was born in Belgium as the son of a Dutch father and an American mother. He was raised in the Netherlands and currently lives in Austin, Texas. As an expert on personality types, he has facilitated hundreds of teams and thousands of individuals. For the past 30 years, he has studied the practical application of Jungian psychology and typology. As a mental coach for the Dutch national hockey team, he helped them win a gold medal at the 2012 London Olympics.