Date(s) - September 24, 2022
10:30 am - 1:30 pm


Gail Valentine and Debra Lobin will lead us through an advanced use of the Z problem solving model assuming we are all comfortable being inside.

The Zig-Zag method of decision making/problem solving is a method for making sure all the functions are used in the decision making process. It provides a step-by-step process for including Sensing, Intuiting, Thinking and Feeling, making sure that none of the valuable insights into the decision from any of these is overlooked.  Various practitioners have provided lists of questions to help tease out insights from each function.

In this program, we’re going to expand the process to include Functions-in-Attitude to the discussion. Roughly, Extraverted forms of the functions tend to expand the field being examined (think Extraverted Intuiting, with its ever-expanding questions and options, or Extraverted Sensing with its expanding noticing of what’s right in front of us, going deeper into detail), while Introverted forms tend to collapse the field (think Introverted Sensing with its comparison to past experience, or Introverted Feeling when it concentrates on the individual’s values).

We’re looking for people with dominant functions for each function-in-attitude who would be willing to work on making a decision/solving a problem while the rest of us observe. We expect to need help, especially finding dominant Se (ESxP) members of ChAPT (although several others could also be challenging), so we could use some help. Please let us know if you would like to participate or have suggestions of people we could invite to participate. We will need volunteers with the following type codes: ESxP, ENxP, INxJ, ISxJ, IxTP, IxFP, ExTJ, ExFJ.


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