Myers Briggs Type Indicator

Have you heard folk talking about ‘the MBTI’ and wondered what on earth they were going on about?

MBTI stands for The Myers Briggs Type Indicator and it’s an internationally respected personality questionnaire. It has been refined over more than 60 years, and is one of the most effective and accurate profiling tools in the world. I love it! I love it because it never ‘does anyone down’ but focuses instead on strengths and what it delightfully calls ‘areas for development’. It’s not one of those profiling tools that leaves you wanting to drown your sorrows or wondering if anyone could possible employ you ever again. It’s much kinder but all the more useful for it.  It’s alsoa  brilliant coaching tool and I often use it in one to one.

What is The Myers Briggs Type Indicator used for?

Here are just a handful of ways in which the Myers Briggs Type Indicator can be used:

  • It can help you to become a more effective communicator.
  • It can explain why you might be better suited to particular types of work or career.
  • It can show you why you are interested in certain things.
  • It can help you make more suitable career choices and changes.
  • It can help you find out why you may find it difficult to understand other people.
  • It can help you understand why some tasks come easily and others are more problematic
  • And it’s extremely useful in coaching situations in identifying areas for you to invest in.

The essence of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator is that individuals come to an understanding of their personality type in consultation with an accredited practitioner. It is not prescriptive; the user’s views are as important as the profiling itself. It’s not designed to be used any other way.”

You are infinitely more than the sum of your personality type and together with me, you can explore and benefit from your uniqueness.

For more information, click here or call me on 01761 438749 for an informal discussion.

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