The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® provides a framework to help people better understand themselves – their natural strengths, preferences, and potential areas for development. It can also help understand and deal more effectively with others, particularly those who do not see the world in the same way.

A number of reports provide insight around different themes.  What report is of greatest interest to you?

Interpretive Step I:  Receive A Thorough Interpretation Of Your MBTI Results

The MBTI Interpretive Report offers personalized information about an individual’s MBTI type and a type description, the unique pattern of preferences, the clarity for reported preferences and what this means, as well as tips for verifying type.

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This report is ideal to use:

  • As a basic level introduction to personality type
  • In conjunction with other MBTI reports or learning materials
  • For later reference of what is covered in an MBTI debrief session

 

Career Report: Find Your Best Occupational Match

The Career Report helps individuals analyze career options based on their personality preferences. This report explores how type affects career choices, and lists preferred tasks and work environments. It also includes the most and least popular occupations for the individual’s type and provides insights for improving job satisfaction.

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This report is ideal to use:

  • For career planning, management, and transition
  • For professional development planning
  • For personal career development

 

Communication Style Report: Improve Interpersonal Communication Skills

The Communication Style Report helps individuals better understand their overall communication style and key strengths. This report helps individuals understand their communication strengths and offers practical tips for communicating with other styles as well as tips and next steps for improving communications.

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This report is ideal to use:

  • To improve communication skills
  • To manage misunderstandings and conflict
  • To build stronger teams
  • To develop personal effectiveness

 

Conflict Styles Report

The MBTI Conflict Style Report describes an individual’s conflict style and includes key strengths, likely conflict triggers, potential blind spots, and areas for further development. This report also explains characteristics of different conflict styles, and offers insights into how others may view – and want to address – a conflict situation.

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This report is ideal to use:

  • To manage conflict
  • To develop leadership capabilities
  • To improve team performance
  • To increase management effectiveness
  • In the context of coaching

Decision Making Report:  Make Better Decisions and More Impactful Contributions

The MBTI Decision Making Report helps individuals become better decision makers by describing decision-making strengths, potential challenges, and areas for development. This report explains how type dynamics influence the individual’s approach to making decisions, suggests key questions to consider for making comprehensive decisions, and offers tips and action steps for better decision-making.

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This report is ideal to use

  • To improve decision-making
  • To increase management effectiveness
  • To develop leadership capabilities

 

 

Stress Management Report: Manage Stress To Achieve Success

The Stress Management Report describes the impact of stress on personality characteristics and provides tips for leveraging strengths to effectively deal with stress. This report helps individuals recognize stress triggers and remedies, including how others can provide support during times of stress.

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View Sample Stress Management Report

This report is ideal to use:

  • To recognize and manage stress reactions
  • To develop personal effectiveness
  • To improve teams
  • To increase management effectiveness
  • To develop leadership capabilities
  • In the context of coaching