Overview

We utilise the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) personality test to enhance people’s self-awareness and apply the learning to increase their effectiveness in the workplace; both as an individual and as a team contributor.

MBTI is a result of the life’s work of a mother and daughter team, Katherine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers. The self-report questionnaire and its results identify valuable differences between individuals - differences that can be the source of misunderstanding and miscommunication.

The information can enhance understanding of us as an individual, our motivation, our natural strengths and our potential areas of growth. It also helps us appreciate people who are different to us and how to collaborate effectively.

Our MBTI workshops are practical, interactive sessions that explore the different personality types and how they react to one another in the workplace. Leading teams, problem solving, communication styles and reactions to change are all considered though the temperament lens of MBTI and its theory.

MBTI identifies whether an individual prefers:

  • To focus on the outer world or on their own inner world (Extrovert or Introvert)
  • To focus on the basic information they can take in or to interpret and add meaning (Sensing or Intuition)
  • To make decisions by looking at logic and consistency or the people and special circumstances (Thinking or Feeling)
  • To make concise decisions or stay open to new possibilities and information (Judging or Perceiving)

There are 16 personality types recognised through MBTI, made up of the four letters representing each preference you have from the above options. This is developed through an extensive questionnaire which creates increased accuracy and reliability of information.

For more information regarding the Assessment Tools we offer, please call us on 01962 779911 or complete our online enquiry form.