A foundation for life-long personal development
By defining personality type, the MBTI® (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) tool builds a robust foundation for life-long personal development. It provides a constructive, flexible and liberating framework for understanding individual differences and strengths.
The MBTI tool: personality type revealed
The MBTI instrument is the best known and most trusted personality assessment on the market. Far more than just personality tests, MBTI Step I and Step II provide a constructive, flexible framework that can be applied to all areas of human interaction and personal development. The MBTI profile reveals how we see and interact with the world, giving insight into our motivation and the motivation of others. This provides a strong foundation for personal growth and development, underpinning enhanced personal effectiveness.
- MBTI Step I identifies personality type, made up of four basic preferences, and provides a positive framework to explain how we interact with the world and each other
- MBTIStep II drills into the detail of Step I preferences, providing insight into the unique way in which we express our personality type
Starting with an understanding of MBTI type, the MBTI framework supports a far-reaching and lifelong Development Journey which embraces many common challenges in the workplace, and outside it.
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MBTI® - Personality Assessment for Individuals and Teams $24.95 - Sample Report: Team Report
Taking the MBTI® inventory and receiving feedback will help you identify your unique gifts. The information enhances understanding of yourself, your motivations, your natural strengths and your potential areas for growth. It will also help you appreciate people who differ from you. Understanding your MBTI® type is self-affirming and encourages cooperation with others.
After more than 60 years of research and development, the current MBTI® assessment is the most widely used instrument for understanding normal personality differences. Because it explains basic patterns in human functioning, the MBTI® tool is used for a wide variety of purposes including the following:
- Self-understanding and development
- Career development and exploration
- Organization development
- Team building
- Management and leadership training and development
- Problem solving & decision making
- Relationship management
- Diversity and multicultural understanding
- Stress reduction
- Innovation and Creativity
- Change Management
- Conflict Management
MBTI® Step II™ - Personality Assessment for Individuals and Teams $38.95 - Sample Report: Profile
MBTI® Step II™ delves deeper into your unique strengths and explores individual differences in each of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)’s sixteen types. It provides a deep and rich language of each person’s unique strengths and preferences and helps team members to value and work with the strengths of others. For teams it increases productivity by aligning an individual’s preferences to particular team tasks and supplies a common framework in which team members can better understand and manage communication, problem solving and team culture. The MBTI® Step II™ Identifies team assets and potential blind spots and provides a positive language with which to discuss overcoming differences.
MBTI® Work Styles Report - Form M (R) Enhancing Two-Way Communication in Organizations Form M $24.95 Help any two people learn to work together effectively - Sample Report: Work Styles Report
Conflicts between employees in an organization jeopardize morale, efficiency, and employee retention. The Work Styles Report, a narrative report designed for two people, offers a good starting point from which to address conflicts. The report can help clients understand type differences and lead to a more positive work environment.
- Aids the MBTI® interpreter in opening discussion to resolve conflicts between co-workers
- Pairs two clients' MBTI® results to help individuals see how to productively use their similarities and differences
- Describes motivators, preferred work style and environment, values, and reaction to change based on each person's MBTI® type
- Compares two clients' styles in communication, information gathering, decision making, and project management to spot sources of conflict
- Presents personalizedaction plans to help clients develop a positive working relationship