The International Institute of Socionics is a scientific organization.
It was founded in 1991 in Kiev, Ukraine.
IIS main activities:
- Development of applied socionic and psychological techniques aimed at formation and reorganization of differently structured groups of people.
- Development and utilization of management techniques for teams of various structure.
- Improvement of pedagogical techniques on the basis of the socionics theory and practice.
- Development of new advertising and marketing principles and methods.
- Popularization and proliferation of socionic knowledge, coordination of research activities in socionics and allied sciences.
- Conducting of socionics seminars and trainings.
- Development of theoretical grounds of socionics as a doctrine of information exchange. Advancement of applied socionics as a new instrument in humanities and natural sciences.
- Modeling of individual and integrated (social) mentality and informational aspects of its interaction with the environmen.
- Study of psycho-informational personal types and intertype relationships.
- Analysis of social, political and historical processes.
- Analysis of ethnos and states mentality (ethno-socionics, integrated socionics), ideological, philosophical and religious systems.
- Theoretical and practical study of mental phenomena within the framework of a new direction - physics of consciousness.
- Study of transpersonal mental sphere.
Since 1991, International Institute of Socionics hosts annual international socionics conferences, publishes scientific journals “Socionics, mentology and personal psychology”, “Management and Personnel: psychology of management, socionics and sociology”, “Psychology and Socionics of interpersonal relations” and other related literature.
IIS has many years of successful hands-on experience working with management teams and staff of large enterprises. The cutting edge of socionics, psychology and computer modeling —
S-technologies facilitate simulating of different situations within a team – and to predict the effects of recruitment and appointment of personnel, internal reorganizations, etc.
International Institute of Socionics,
Melnikova str., 12, Kiev-50, 04050, Ukraine
a/s 23, Kiev-206, 02206, Ukraine