Meyers- Briggs Personality Type Indicator

Insight for improving performance. 

All from the world’s most trusted personality assessment. 

 

Achieving Your Performance Goals Doesn’t Have to be Complicated.

Your Guide to Performance.

The Myers-Briggs® Assessment is a highly versatile solution that has helped millions of people around the world gain a deep understanding of themselves and how they interact with others. The MBTI® helps increase awareness and understanding of individual personality type and its relationship to performance, team dynamics and communication.

Gain Insight

The MBTI® assessment provides the reliable insights you need to improve your performance and the performance of your teams and organziation. By creating a common language to easily communicate the complexities of an individuals personality, it supplies invaluable inputs for your ongoing personal and professional development, team building, leadership and coaching and conflict management

MBTI® Case Studies

See how the MBTI® instrument helped the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympics and Paralympics Winter Games maximize its team effectiveness.

Gold Medal Standard

Manchester High School of Manchester, Connecticut, is on a mission “to create an environment for all students to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to become successful, contributing members of society.”

Using the MBTI® to Connect Classroom Learning and Life Skills

“Putting out fires” is a demanding part of every leader’s job. But for leaders of fire services, whose job involves putting out actual fires, breaking down barriers to communication can be a matter of life and death.

MBTI® Used to Address Cultural Shift Challenges at the Cambridge Fire Department

How do you grow a major airline whose revenues exceeded $7.6 billion in 2005, and whose year-end results marked its 33rd consecutive year of profitability and record profits?

Southwest Airlines and the MBTI ® Assessment Creating a Corporate Culture That Soars

Does It Pay To Know Your Type?

Corporate America, the government and universities think so. 

Click the image below for a fun look at the 16 types…