I was going through a Creative Thinking workbook I created a few years ago and I found this chart I had developed as part of a corporate Team Creativity and Organizational Development program I led in 2006. It integrates the MBTI (http://bit.ly/hU5lqY) and Keirsey Temperaments (http://bit.ly/eeGXW5) with creative process. The definitions are generalized, intended to acknowledge, value and use creative style diversity in group creative process (not to limit it by labeling). I thought I would share it here since I hadn't posted it then, and it still has relevance.
By valuing and using the different creative styles, a co-creative team expands their creativity field. The whole becomes greater than the sum of the parts when we wlecome in and "yes-and" the creative-style gifts of other team members. If we reject them, we maintain. If we accept them, allow space for them, and consciously use them, we create.