Myers Briggs

What is a Myers Briggs Type Indicator?

The MBTI STEP I questionnaire is based on a personality framework that will help you explore your preferences for taking in information and making decisions. The framework also looks at where you prefer to focus your attention and how you prefer to live your life. It will give you information about your preferred style of working and interacting with other people.

Ways of gaining and using energy

Extraversion (E) – You focus on the outside world to get energy through interacting with people and/or doing things
Introversion(I) – You focus on your inner world to get energy through reflecting on information, ideas, and/or concepts
Sensing (S) – You notice and trust facts, details and present realities
Intuition (N) – You attend to and trust interrelationships, theories and future possibilities
Thinking (T) – You make decisions using logical, objective analysis
Feeling (F) – You make decisions by applying person-centred values
Judging (J) – You tend to be organised and orderly, and to make decisions quickly
Perceiving ℗- You tend to be flexible and adaptable, and to keep your options open as long as possible

The MBTI STEP II helps you to explore the next level of type identification and the ways that you use the twenty facets of the Step 1 preferences. It gives more information about personality type by identifying five facets for each of the four categories of the MBTI type system.

Extraversion (E) – Initiating; Expressive; Gregarious ; Active; Enthusiastic
Introversion(I) -Receiving: Contained; Intimate; Reflective; Quiet
Sensing (S) – Concrete; Realistic; Practical; Experiential; Traditional
Intuition (N) – Abstract: Imaginative; Conceptual; Theoretical; Original
Thinking (T) – Logical; Reasonable; Questioning; Critical; Tough
Feeling (F) – Empathetic; Compassionate; Accommodating; Accepting; Tender
Judging (J) – Systematic; Planful; Early Starting; Scheduled; Methodical
Perceiving ℗ – Casual; Open-ended; Pressure-Prompted; Spontaneous; Emergent

The range of possible uses of the results is very wide.
Applications include:

  • Developing effective teams
  • Improving communication and resolving conflict
  • Identifying leadership style
  • Enhancing personal development
  • Exploring problem-solving and learning styles
  • Understanding reactions to change and stress
  • Career development

Sample Reports

Click the links below to download our sample reports

MBTI Step 1
MBTI Step 2

Our Methodologies

16PF

This objective, empirically based questionnaire developed by Raymond B. Cattell is a comprehensive measure of an individual’s whole personality, not just of those traits that they may display at work.
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Emotional Competency

The ECI is a structured and systematic way of asking people who know you well, how they see you consistently behaving. Of course, the competencies it measures are those, which are most relevant to work.
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Strengthscope

Strengthscope is designed to help individuals and teams identify their distinctive strengths. We define ‘strengths’ as core qualities or characteristics that energise you, which can fuel exceptional performance, and improve your sense of well-being.
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