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Live Session 7: Understanding Ourselves through Story with PMAI's Carl Pearson | November 11th | 9-10 am EST (XCUS-139-101.Fall2020) - Shared screen with speaker view
Steven Geiger
07:15
Good morning from rainy day Maryland
Sarena Meyer
09:29
good morning!
Sharon Miller-Bass
09:37
Good morning!
Patrick Meyer
09:57
Good Morning and Happy Veterans Day
Patrice DeLaus Scully
10:15
Happy Veterans Day
JenniferAud
10:46
Good morning/evening everyone!
danillejager
10:54
Good morning! Feels like Friday was a lifetime ago!! ;-)
JenniferAud
11:11
Indeed it does!
Rukan S. - GU
11:18
Good morning all! Nice to have you with us
Tamara Dean
11:24
Hi from wet ATL
Marisa Dickman
11:53
Hi from Delray Beach
Heather Ricciuto
12:34
This day is not only important in the US. Here, in Canada, we call this day Remembrance Day
Patrice DeLaus Scully
13:23
I took it and it was accurate!
Sarena Meyer
13:37
I did too... so accurate!
Fady Copty
13:44
good morning / good afternoon
John Trybus
16:38
Carol’s website: http://www.carolspearson.com
JenniferAud
19:01
So our interpretation of reality is based upon our archetype? Interesting!
Rick Reesen
19:14
Hi Carol, when I learned about PMAI through course, I wondered how you “position” the model of archetypes towards other indicators, for example Myers & Briggs type indicators? Because I guess that story archetypes that one relate to are also linked to ones personality type. So do they relate somehow ?
Patrick Meyer
20:04
Hi Carol, how are the archetypes interconnected if at all
Fady Copty
21:41
how do you read the bar hear?
Patrick Meyer
21:57
How does this measure up against the DISC (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness) behavioral model
JenniferAud
22:54
how much does your answer to any one question impact the result you obtain?
Sharon Miller-Bass
23:47
What are your “inner allies”? And how have you leveraged these in your own storytelling?
David Chapin
28:09
What does it mean when your Inner Allies conflict with each other? Opposites?
Patrick Meyer
29:12
Are there situations where there are conflicting archetypes that are your high scores
Jenn Chung
29:38
Wow - could your archetype differ depending on the environment? For instance, at work vs. with your kids :)
Taylor Gillespie
30:10
+1 Jenn - I feel like it must be, I feel I have different strengths with my family vs. at work
Sarena Meyer
30:57
Interesting that ALL of the Best of Me stories shared with reflect my top 3 inner allies
Patrick Meyer
31:02
I think people have their way of life when in stressful situations and possibly different way when they are in their natural state
danillejager
31:49
@Sarena - I agree! I could connect each archetype to a photo… and some photos matched multiple archetypes! (Also apologize for my 3 & 5 year old in the background - no school today!).
Sarena Meyer
32:22
no worries, we can't hear anything @danille
Fady Copty
33:50
is there also a story for a group of people, say a team at work, or a family?
Rafaella Bonogli Bruno
34:03
"There's no place like home" - love the example and also love this story!
Patrice DeLaus Scully
34:07
I took it very accurate!
Patrick Meyer
34:16
I took it and came out with Warrior, Caregiver, and Sage
Sarena Meyer
34:22
I took it... very authentic for me
danillejager
34:31
What is the balance of knowing our own archetypes but wanting to tell the stories of others and honor their archetypes?
Patrice DeLaus Scully
34:44
Mine matched my photos too
JenniferAud
35:30
Jester, Revolutionary, Caregiver
Timothy Bierly
37:02
What does it mean when you have two conflicting styles in your top 3 archetypes? i.e. can I be an idealist and a realist at the same time?
Rick Reesen
37:05
Warrior, Idealist, Revolutionary
Tamara Dean
37:18
That is sooooo true - I know understand why I tell younger colleagues that you will "re-invent" yourself as you go through your life
Tamara Dean
38:05
I 'now' understand....
JenniferAud
39:02
I don't think I was nearly the Caregiver until I became a parent...
Sarena Meyer
40:16
Interesting also how "strong" these are (horizontal bar)
Sarena Meyer
43:26
As we read the stories shared with us for this next assignment, we see how we show up to others... interesting reflection, especially if the stories shared do not match up to our own self-reflection
Jenn Chung
47:27
How should the archetypes be considered as you build a team - talent acquisition? Are certain archetypes better aligned to certain job roles (e.g. sellers) OR is it beneficial to have diverse archetypes show up in the team (of sellers)?
Sarena Meyer
48:59
wow... that observation is spot on to a work situation yesterday! thank you
Rick Reesen
49:54
What do you mean with “archetypes at this moment in time of ones life”? Can’t this change be the hour, for example stressful job and a relaxing home environment
John Trybus
51:51
Questions for our breakout in the screen shot file above
George Mina
01:09:02
Increased my self-awareness but it’s one tool in the overall toolkit vs stand-alone
danillejager
01:09:03
The PMAI is a good mirror for knowing ourselves in our storytelling and what to emphasize in our stories.
Patrick Kozakiewicz
01:09:09
the stories we tell are powerful and can be grouped, studied and used to better tell stories (internally/externally)
Fady Copty
01:09:19
PMAI provide some kind of mirror into our own behavior
Patrick Meyer
01:09:26
Very true especially most recently in Leadership calls
Belén
01:09:29
Good way to know a bit more about ourselves
Patrice DeLaus Scully
01:09:30
It made me think that there are many archetypes and we do tend to have several that are dominent
Sharon Miller-Bass
01:09:31
The dominant archetypes can be situational based on your current story.
Taylor Gillespie
01:09:31
Excited to take the test and see if the stories I am currently telling align with my strengths
JenniferAud
01:09:32
yep, self awareness, but not yet sure how it impacts my stories
Sarena Meyer
01:09:34
The stories others share about us help to reinforce how we see yoursleves
CAROLSward
01:09:34
Just took the test this morning so still consuming the results. 2 of my top three are relevant to situations in the last 24 hours that have unfolded within the Reignite teams
Rick Reesen
01:09:50
I think the archetype will differ by context (work, relatships, leisure etc) at the moment you are in your life
Heather Ricciuto
01:09:54
I have not done the assessment yet, but am looking forward to doing it this week
SHYAMAL CHATTARAJ
01:10:03
PMAI Archetypes help us be more authentic and if we are aware of some of the pitfalls for each archetype we can be better
Jeremy O'Mard
01:10:06
It would be interesting to see how the results would have changed if we took the assessment last year vs this year. All in all it seems pretty accurate.
JenniferAud
01:10:07
Wondering how many people involved in IBM Service Corps have Caregiver in the top 3
Jenn Chung
01:10:11
Self-awareness to better leverage our strengths
Alexandra
01:10:11
Increase my self awareness so I could better deal with the current world situation, and with work and personal conflict
Deirdre Kennedy
01:10:19
Haven’t done the test yet, trying to find the email with the link!
Alicia Brandon
01:10:25
PMAI drives a deeper level of self awareness.
Rafaella Bonogli Bruno
01:10:25
PMAI helps us take intentional decisions in order to truly connect to the audience
Tamara Dean
01:10:32
I understand why the stories I tell relate to the connections between me and the world
danillejager
01:10:52
Thank you so much - fascinating! Appreciate the time and this session.
JenniferAud
01:10:59
Thank you Carol!
Kristyn Leon
01:11:01
Thank you!
Steven Geiger
01:11:03
Thank you Carol
Estela Quesada Zuheros
01:11:06
Thanks!
Alexandra
01:11:07
Thank you Carol!
Tamara Dean
01:11:08
Thanks!!
Sharon Miller-Bass
01:11:08
Thank you, Carol!
Rick Reesen
01:11:10
@Carol, I would love to see how my MBTO maps to PMAI
CAROLSward
01:11:11
Thank you! Great session
Rick Reesen
01:11:14
MBTI
Supriya Nair (supriyanair) [ CONT-Type2-IBM ]
01:11:15
Thank you! Great session Carol
Patrice DeLaus Scully
01:11:23
Thanks Carol!
Rick Reesen
01:11:24
That you carol !
Jeremy O'Mard
01:11:32
Thanks Carol!
Sarena Meyer
01:11:33
Thank you Carol and John
SHYAMAL CHATTARAJ
01:11:34
Thank You!