A brief definition:
Personality is made up of the characteristic patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviours that make a person unique. In addition to this, personality arises from within the individual and remains fairly consistent throughout life.
Meyers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
A personality instrument
MBTI® Step I (Form M)
MBTI® is the world’s most popular personality measure.
Used in: Career Directions, Team Building, Individual Development, Leadership Development
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ® (MBTI ®) is a powerful and versatile indicator of personality type. Widely used for individual, group and organizational development. You can depend on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator when your clients need to make important business, career, or personal decisions. The MBTI instrument is the most trusted and widely used assessment in the world for understanding individual personality differences. Last year alone, over two million people gained valuable insight about themselves and the people they interact with daily by taking the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. The dozens of expert resources that have been designed to enhance its effectiveness offer a practical and powerful set of tools for lifelong growth and development.
Time: 25 minutes
Scoring: mail-in, self-scorable or online
- MBTI ® Profile (2 pages)
The Profile furnishes a summary of your client’s MBTI assessment results, allowing you to tailor interpretation and feedback sessions to his or her needs. The report provides the client’s reported type, explanations of the preferences, a listing of characteristics frequently associated with the client’s type, and an easy-to-read graph displaying your client’s preference clarity index.
- MBTI ® Career Report (9 pages)
Find the best occupational match for your clients with this easy-to-read graphic report. This report shows your clients how their type affects their career exploration and discusses the benefits of choosing a job that is a good fit for their type. It also explores preferred work tasks and work environments-as well as most popular and least popular occupations-for a client’s type, and offers strategies for improving job satisfaction.
- MBTI ® Interpretive Report (6 pages)
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ® Interpretive Report describes the client’s type preferences and interprets the basic Profile . This report includes refined descriptions of the 16 types. It also explains the strengths and needs common to individuals of your client’s type, offers suggestions for verifying type, and provides a detailed report of your client’s results.
- MBTI ® Interpretive Report for Organizations (11 pages)
Identifies your employee’s strengths, clarifies his or her leadership style, explores a preferred work environment, and highlights areas for further development. This report is a helpful tool for organization development, management development, and team building. It includes: updated type descriptions, problem-solving style, learning style, your client’s type under stress.
- MBTI ® Communication Style Report (9 pages)
The MBTI ® Communication Style Report uses type preferences as a framework for understanding an individual’s natural communication style and that of others. The online report can help your clients or employees understand their communication strengths, offers practical tips for communicating with others and suggests steps for development.
- MBTI® Team Report (16 pages Revised)
A revised version of the MBTI® Team Report. The report has been updated with a striking four-color graphic design that makes the information more accessible and easier to understand. Develop a thriving and cooperative team with this powerful tool. This report provides a summary of the team’s personality type, team strengths and challenges, the individual’s contributions to the team and challenges, and discussions on team and individual problem-solving, conflict-handling, and communication styles. It also looks at how the organization may influence the team and includes an action planning worksheet to improve team productivity.
- MBTI® Decision-Making Style Report (9 pages)
The MBTI ® Decision-Making Style Report uses type preferences as a framework for understanding an individual’s decision-making style. This online report helps individuals become better decision makers by alerting them to their decision-making strengths, potential challenges, and areas for development. Additionally, it explains how type dynamics impact their style and offers key questions to consider during the decision-making process to facilitate more comprehensive decisions.
- Myers-Briggs Type indicator Combined Reports
- Strong and MBTI ® Career Report
- Strong and MBTI ® Entrepreneur Report
- The Leadership Report Using FIRO-B ® and MBTI ®
MBTI® Step II (Form Q)
Take your client’s exploration of MBTI ® type to the next level
Career Directions, Individual Development, Leadership Development, Team Building
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ® (MBTI ®) Step II delivers a more richly textured picture of type and behaviours. Your clients will appreciate the detailed and personalized information on communication, decision-making, dealing with change and conflict. MBTI Step II products are designed to provide an extension of type assessment by describing differences within the same personality type.
In the MBTI Step II instrument each of the four dichotomies are composed of five facets. These 20 facets explain the uniqueness of the individual in greater detail, and serve to identify the differences that are experienced between two persons of a given type. Step II brings to light the subtle nuances of personality type found in us all. It helps to target areas of personal strength and challenges that are clear and specific, which results in a more productive type experience.
Time: 30 minutes
Scoring: mail-in or online
- MBTI-II® Profile (4 pages)
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ® Profile presents your client’s results graphically in just four pages, making it a good choice when interpretation time is limited. The client’s Step I four-letter type is displayed first on this Profile . Next, his or her results on the 20 Step II facets are graphed. Brief descriptions on the graphs help the client understand the meaning of his or her Step II facet results.
- MBTI-II® Interpretive Report (17 pages)
Offers Step I results and describes in detail the client’s four-letter personality type. Next, his or her Step II facet results are displayed graphically. Personalized text explains the client’s result on each of the 20 facets. Step II results are then applied to four important components of executive development: communication, change management, decision making, and conflict management. The report describes your client’s style in these four areas and suggests ways of using that style more effectively.