MYERS-BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR

 

MBTI

With more than 70 years of science-based, research-based insight, the MBTI assessment is a robust tool for self-awareness and improvement. It provides positive language for understanding and valuing individual differences. With practical insight that’s easy to understand and implement, the MBTI assessment has helped thousands of organizations and millions of people around the world improve how they communicate, learn, and work.

The MBTI assessment can transform how people work together. Only 14 percent of executives believe that the traditional model of a hierarchical organization is effective. Forward-looking leaders are moving to a flexible, team-focused model.* MBTI insights enhance personal development, supporting team and leadership training, conflict management, career change, and transitions. Multinational companies value the common language the Myers-Briggs assessment provides for discussing interpersonal differences, making it the preferred choice for training and development programs around the world.

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MBTI STEP I

This all-in-one report offers comprehensive interpretation guidance covering a wide range of applications, as well as descriptions of personal style, and specific development action items. The 26-page report can be used to increase your understanding of how personality preferences affect their life and have an impact on the world around them. The report covers the following eight applications: Work Style, Communication Style, Team Style, Decision-Making Style, Leadership Style, Conflict Style, Reaction to Stress, and Approach to Change

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MBTI STEP II

The Step II™ Interpretive Report is a highly personalized narrative and graphical report that helps clients understand their MBTI® Step I™ and Step II™ results. The 17-page report then applies those results to four important components of professional development: communication, decision making, change management, and conflict management.