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  • The Benziger BreakthroughSets the Benchmark for Best Practices in HR Management2002 Deloitte & Touche, Latin AmericaGrounding Jungs Typology with Breakthroughs in NeuroscienceSetting the Benchmark for Best Practices in HRNeuro-scienceCarl JungHuman Resource ManagementDr. Katherine Benziger, Ph.D., USADr Katherine Benziger, Ph. D., USA Benziger Breakthrough

  • Carl Jung In the last analysis it may well be that physiological causes inaccessible to our knowledge today (in 1926) play a part in this (Typology).

    reversal of type often proves exceedingly harmful to the physiological well being of the organism, often provoking an acute state of exhaustion.

    As a rule, when falsification of type takes place as a result of external influence, the individual becomes neurotic later, and a cure can successfully be sought only in the development of that individuals natural way.

    Carl Gustav Jung, physician and psychiatristPsychological Types (pages 415-416)Harcourt Brace and Company in 1926Best Practices in HR ManagementDr Katherine Benziger, Ph. D., USA Benziger Breakthrough

  • Carl Jung1926

    Jungs in-depth knowledge of human beings was tremendous, at a time when the amount of knowledge in physiology and the neuro-sciences was very limited.Best Practices in HR ManagementPhysiology and theNeuro-sciences in 1926Dr Katherine Benziger, Ph. D., USA Benziger Breakthrough

  • Physiology and the Neuro-sciences in 2006Carl JungBest Practices in HR Management2006

    Jungs in-depth knowledge of human beings can be explained today, because the amount of knowledge in physiology and the neuro-sciences has expanded tremendously.Dr Katherine Benziger, Ph. D., USA Benziger Breakthrough

  • Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961 Switzerland) Jungs Theoretical Model of Type and its Physiological FoundationsRichard HaierPhysiological Foundations forJungs Posited Existence of a Natural Leadwhich would be each persons natural compass Karl PribramPhysiological Foundations for Jungs 4 Specialized FunctionsHans EysenckPhysiological Foundations forJungs Introversion ExtraversionJungs Typology1. 4 Specialized Functions2. Introversion and Extraversion3. The Existence of a Natural LeadBest Practices in HR ManagementIHDr Katherine Benziger, Ph. D., USA Benziger Breakthrough

  • Breakthrough #1: Recognition that Humans Who are Thriving Experience FlowOther neuro-sicentists exploring human potential discoveredOptimal Thinking was characterized by Enthusiasm & Effortlessness Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi the 1st scientist to report the ground-breaking discovery Optimal Thinking exists Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience: Steps Towards Enhancing The Quality of Life.

    1. Mihaly Csikszenmihalyis focus was on the mastery & anxiety2. He proved Flow existed, but did not know how to help anyone else experience it.Best Practices in HR ManagementDr Katherine Benziger, Ph. D., USA Benziger BreakthroughCarl JungKarl PribramMihaly Csikszentmihalyi

  • Carl JungKarl PribramMihaly CsikszentmihalyiRichard HaierBreakthrough #2: Recognition that humans using their brains natural preferencealso report experiencing FlowBest Practices in HR ManagementDr Katherine Benziger, Ph. D., USA Benziger BreakthroughRichard Haier the 2nd scientist discovers the existence of an area of focused natural efficiency in our brains, 1 area which uses only 1/100th the energy.

    1. Richard Haiers focus was on the mastery & electrical efficiency2. He found that mastery is not nearly as important;3.Using the 1 area which is naturally efficient is important to achieve Optimal Thinking which is characterized by Effortlessness.

  • and that less than Optimal Thinking is characterized by boredom & exhaustion Richard Haier showed other areas of the cortex even when mastery has been achieved (i.e. the brain is as efficient as it can be simply through practice) use 100 times the energy used by the area of focused natural efficiency to think. In other words when you are using a non-preferred mode even if you become competent in something, you will exhaust your brain doing it.Best Practices in HR ManagementBreakthrough #3: Recognition that people who are not experiencing Flow, are very often experiencing exhaustionDr Katherine Benziger, Ph. D., USA Benziger BreakthroughCarl JungKarl PribramMihaly CsikszentmihalyiRichard Haier

  • A continuum of human potential or not?Best Practices in HR ManagementOptimal ThinkingFlowEffortlessDependableHigh Self-EfficacyThrivingLess than Optimal ThinkingExhaustingNot DependableLow Self-EfficacyExhaustionUsing your brains 1 preferred mode it burns only 1/100th the energy every minute you use it.Using any of your brains 3 non-preferred modes requires it to burn 100 times the energy every minute you use it to thinkDr Katherine Benziger, Ph. D., USA Benziger Breakthrough

  • The Societal Costs of Falsifying TypeKatherine Benziger1985Falsification of Type Studyof 10,000 PersonsArlene TaylorCarl JungGallup International Research & Education Center 2001 studyof 2 million personsFalsification of Type Dr. Katherine Benziger (1985, USA, sample of 10,000 persons) using the BTSA and interviews to determine whether people were falsifying type and if they were falsifying type what was falsifying type doing to them. The conclusions were that 70 to 80 percent of the population were falsifying type and that the those falsifying type were trapped in a less than optimal life experience, triggering one of both of the crisis responses regularly.

    Now, Discover Your Strengths Marcus Buckingham & Donald O. Clifton. Gallup International Research & Education Center (2001, 200 countries, 2 million people) created a revolutionary program to help people identify their talents, build them into strengths and enjoy consistent, near perfect performance. It was the result of a 25 year multi-million dollar retrospective study which found 80 percent of people around the world were not using their natural strengths or gifts.Best Practices in HR ManagementDr Katherine Benziger, Ph. D., USA Benziger Breakthrough

  • Why is it so dangerous? Costs of Falsifying TypeBased on Haiers breakthrough discoveries about learning, we now understand why Falsifying Type is so harmful to a persons physiology.By leading with a mode other than their brains preference, they are forcing their brain to overwork to burn 100 times the energy it is set up to burn for hours and hours, day after day. Essentially, they are over heating or frying their brain; and Causing the Brain to burn more than its allotted 20% of the OxygenBest Practices in HR ManagementThe Benziger BreakthroughPerceiving the Pattern of Societal CostsCarl Gustav Jung1875-1961 Switzerland Theoretical Model of TypeRichard Haier Physiological Foundations for Jungs Posited Existence of a Natural Lead which would be each persons natural compass Karl PribramPhysiological Foundations for Jungs 4 Specialized FunctionsDr Katherine Benziger, Ph. D., USA Benziger Breakthrough

  • Carl Gustav Jung1875-1961 Switzerland Theoretical Model of TypeRichard HaierPhysiological Foundations for Jungs Posited Existence of a Natural Lead which would be each persons natural compass Costs of Falsifying Typemore about why it is so dangerousThe Oxygen Factor

    The normal oxygen distribution in the body is:20 % for the brain80 % for the rest of the body

    This is one of the bodys key operational rules.

    When the rule is followed all parts of the brain-body receive the oxygen they need to do their jobs.When the rule is violated, when the brain takes too much oxygen, it can throw the body out of homeostatic balance and causing the metabolism to shift from anabolic to catabolic.Best Practices in HR ManagementDr Katherine Benziger, Ph. D., USA Benziger Breakthrough

  • Carl Gustav Jung1875-1961 Switzerland Theoretical Model of TypeKarl PribramPhysiological Foundations for Jungs 4 Specialized FunctionsRichard HaierPhysiological Foundations for Jungs Posited Existence of a Natural Leadwhich would be each persons natural compass Falsifying Type and Its Societal Costs

    Why is it happening so frequently?Why have people lost touch with their brains inner compass?Both Benziger and Gallup found 70-80% of global workforce doing it.Best Practices in HR ManagementDr Katherine Benziger, Ph. D., USA Benziger Breakthrough

  • Benzigers research points to these 3 answers:

    1.Maslows Hierarch of Needs to meet lower level needs

    2.The 400 Year Pattern of The Industrial Revolution set up an educational system teaching the general population who were expected to be the workers everywhere, Basal Left skills; and the elite who were expected to be leaders, Frontal Left skills.

    3.We didnt know any better.Dr Katherine Benziger, Ph. D., USA Benziger Breakthrough

  • Carl Gustav Jung1875-1961 Switzerland Theoretical Model of TypeRichard HaierPhysiological Foundations for Jungs Posited Existence of a Natural Lead which would be each persons natural compass Karl PribramPhysiological Foundations for Jungs 4 Specialized FunctionsThe Good News: Now that we know better , we can make a difference:

    Implications for coaching and for businessesGiven 70-80% of the population are Falsifying Type, it can be helpful to start by assuming the people with whom you are working may be Falsifying Type. You will find it will be true for most people. Then: Use Benziger & BTSA to identify each persons natural preference. Help them let go of long term habits of using highly developed non-preferred competencies. Help them identify, embrace & develop their natural preference. Teach them how to leverage their preference.Best Practices in HR ManagementHans EysenckPhysiological Founda