WE ALL HAVE PREFERENCES 

 

We all have personal preferences that drive our behaviors in the workplace. Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, your team will   develop the awareness that will encourage better communication, cooperation, and functionality.

 
 
 
 
 
 

"Who is me?"

A trusted instrument for over half a century, the MBTI® is the most widely-used psychological instrument for assessing personal preferences. Watch as Colbert takes the MBTI® to answer the question, "Who is me?"

 
 

You do you. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) instrument has proven to be a valuable tool in helping teams work together more effectively. A trusted instrument for over half a century, the MBTI® is the most widely-used psychological instrument for assessing personal preferences. 

Developed by mother-daughter team Isabel Briggs Myers and Katherine Cooks Briggs, the MBTI® aims to share the insights from psychiatrist Carl Jung's type theory to individuals and teams. Jung believed that much seemingly random variation in people's behavior is due to basic differences in the ways individuals prefer to use their perception and judgement. The MBTI® instrument identifies these innate, basic preferences for how people take in information and prioritize that information to make decisions. Sixteen distinct personality types result from the interaction of preferences in four dichotomies. All personality types are equal, there is no best type! 

Learn how the MBTI® instrument is used to help teams and individuals, and then contact us for more information.