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Myers-briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®)

Accelerate Team Culture, Performance, & Team Work

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MBTI workshops are designed to address key areas such as communication, conflict management, decision-making, leadership development, change management, and team development. By utilizing the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, teams can unlock their potential and foster a culture of collaboration and understanding.


The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a highly regarded and effective personal assessment tool, widely used for uncovering individual strengths and preferences. It aids in understanding personal interaction styles and building stronger, more cohesive teams. Rooted in the psychological theories of Carl Jung, MBTI has been embraced by millions worldwide and stands as one of the most validated assessments available.


Developed by Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers, MBTI categorizes individuals into 16 unique personality types based on preferences in four dichotomies:

Extraversion (E) vs. Introversion (I):

  • Extraversion encompasses a preference for engaging with the external world, focusing on people and active participation in events. Extraverts are often energized by social interactions and external stimuli.

  • Introversion, in contrast, signifies a tendency to turn inward, valuing reflection and depth in thought and emotion. Introverts are typically rejuvenated by solitary pursuits and introspective activities.

Thinking (T) vs. Feeling (F):

  • Thinking is associated with a decision-making process that prioritizes objective logic, analytical reasoning, and impartiality. Thinkers tend to value factual accuracy and systematic approaches to problem-solving.

  • Feeling, on the other hand, emphasizes decision-making that considers personal values, emotional implications, and the impact on others. Those with a Feeling preference often prioritize harmony and empathetic understanding.

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Sensing (S) vs. Intuition (N):

  • Sensing is characterized by a preference for concrete, tangible information derived from sensory details and real-world experiences. Those with a Sensing preference often focus on practicalities and what is immediately perceivable.

  • Intuition leans towards perceiving patterns, possibilities, and hypothetical scenarios. Intuitive individuals are often drawn to innovation and abstract thinking, looking beyond what is immediately observable.

Judging (J) vs. Perceiving (P):

  • Judging reflects a penchant for organization, structure, and definitive plans. Individuals with a Judging preference often seek closure and enjoy having clear rules or guidelines to follow.

  • Perceiving is indicative of a more adaptable, flexible approach to life. Those who prefer Perceiving are often open to new experiences, enjoy spontaneity, and are adaptable to changing circumstances.


Applying MBTI in Team Setting

MBTI for teams provides a framework for better understanding and leveraging the diverse strengths within a team. The insights gained from MBTI assessments are instrumental in:


  • Enhancing interpersonal understanding and empathy.

  • Improving communication and reducing misunderstandings.

  • Developing effective leadership and management strategies.

  • Facilitating conflict resolution and problem-solving.

  • Guiding career development and personal growth.

Looking at how you can improve your team's culture and performance with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.

Learn how the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator can transform your team's culture and performance. Utilize this personality profiling tool to discover your strengths and blind spots, enhancing your influence and reducing workplace conflict.

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