Step Research developed Visual Type, a visual model of Carl Jung’s Psychological Types showing that each person uses all eight behaviors.
Visualization makes it easier to understand how individuals and groups most naturally make decisions and behave. This helps individuals with self awareness and helps others understand what they can expect from the individual.
This can be particularly helpful when comparing an individual’s Visual Type to a group’s Visual Type to determine if the individual can help fill gaps or deficits in the group’s natural go-to behaviors.
In the example below of INTJ, the largest box is the dominant go-to behavior and the second largest box is the supporting go-to behavior. Visual Type provides a visual guide to the predictive use and accessibility of each behavior and an instantly recognizable way to see differences between people.
To see your Visual Type, take our five-minute quiz at SmarterAboutPeople.com.
Now – Look to the present and immediate needs and explore what is currently available
Stabilize – Look to the past, traditions and what worked and focus on consistency
Invent – Look to the new and different ideas and explore many possibilities
Connect – Look to how things connect, the future and predict possible outcomes
Execute – Decide based on measurable goals and drive towards objectives
Analyze – Decide based on logically correct or incorrect and evaluate the best approach
Consideration – Decide based on people’s needs and empathize with others
Value – Decide based on ethically right or wrong and sync with individual values