Myers Briggs Step I will, through a combination of the tool itself and feedback with an MBTI practitioner, give you one of 16 profiles. These are estj, estp, entj, entp, esfj, esfp, enfj, enfp, istj, istp, intj, intp, isfj, isfp, infj, and infp. These results will determine your preference for each of the following dichotomies.
E – Extraversion or I – Introversion
Where you prefer to get and focus your ‘energy’ or attention. Are you battery powered or solar powered?
S – Sensing or N – iNtuition
The kind of information you prefer to gather and trust and how you prefer to take in information.
T – Thinking or F – Feeling
The process you prefer to use in coming to decisions. Is the first instinct your head or your heart?
J – Judging or P – Perceiving
How you prefer to deal with the world around you, which looks at your ‘lifestyle’ and how you like to live your life.
The Sixteen Profiles
estj estp entj entp esfj esfp enfj enfp istj istp intj intp isfj isfp infj infp
We are qualified Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) practitioners and have had experience using MBTI in the UK, Europe and throughout the US and Asia for both training sessions and on a one to one basis. Available in multiple languages, it is one of the few tools that is truly universal and has subtle differences in the region specific versions that make it great for an international organisation or team. We are able to administer Step I and the less commonly used, but more detailed, Step II Instrument.
Poor communication is cited as one of the biggest issues on most company satisfaction surveys yet few people will admit they could improve their communication skills. We find that working with the Myers Briggs preference tool, people start to realise their communication skills can be quickly and dramatically improved.
We would be happy to discuss how to use the MBTI in your organisation to improve communication and personal effectiveness. Although we are based near London our team work across the UK and further afield as required.