A 33 pages PDF-Ebook written by Ralph Lewis
This Ebook goes beyond generic stress management guides, providing a tailored approach based on your client’s personality type. Make them embrace a holistic, empowering journey towards a calmer, more resilient state.
This insightful e-book combines the wisdom of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) with practical strategies to help with stress management more effectively.
This E-book addresses topics such as:
Personalised Stress Solutions: Learn how your Myers-Briggs personality type influences your clients’ stress triggers and coping mechanisms. They can gain personalised insights to tailor stress management techniques to their unique strengths and challenges.
Demystify the world of MBTI and understand the core principles behind this widely respected personality assessment. Explore how different personality traits impact stress response and learn to leverage your strengths for a calmer, more balanced life.
Implement actionable strategies with a range of practical tools and exercises. From mindfulness practices to tailored relaxation techniques, each method is designed to align with specific personality types, making stress management more effective and sustainable.
This E-book goes beyond generic stress management guides, providing a tailored approach based on your client’s personality type. Make them embrace a holistic, empowering journey towards a calmer, more resilient state.
Our partner, coach and author initially trained as a physicist, working later in Information Systems, before carrying out research for a M.Phil. He was a lecturer in Management Development at Cranfield School of Management for four years and is a Programme Director at London Business School. Introduced to Jung’s typology via the Myers Briggs Type Indicator in 1977, he has used typology extensively in helping individuals, teams and organisations to understand their biases and ways of working. He has developed further typological questionnaires to measure individuals’ views not only of their preferences, but also of their abilities and development needs.
The Capabilities/Challenge Framework
The Performance/Stimulation Curve
The Purpose of Stress
Flight – Fight – Freeze
The Stages of Stress
Hookes’ Law and Stress
The Jungian Types and Stress
Clarification by Type
Stress Responses Questionnaire
Coping Styles: Expressive and Inhibitive
Patterns of Stress
Cause – Effect – Action
Overuse of Functions and Burnout
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From the same author : Individual Excellence , this e-book is a practical guide for a coach to understand human behaviour