Profile - Form Q (R)
Interpretive Report - Form Q (R)
Communication Style Report (R)
MBTI® Personal Impact Report (R)
I've found various MBTI assessments (above) to be highly effective in my work in Emotional and Social Intelligence. Self-awareness, as one of the primary concepts in EI is paramount to our relationship with ourselves and others and the MBTI has proven to provide an excellent starting point for my clients in understanding their personality preferences.
Personality "typing", a concept originally developed by Carl Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist and founder of Analytic Psychology, features individuation as its central concept. Dr. Jung postulated that people fall into distinct "categories" of preferences. The MBTI® brings depth and meaning to these 16 personality types by helping you understand how they have contributed to the choices you've made in relationship building, career choice and more. The 16 personality types are combinations of the following four categories resulting in your unique four-letter "type" such as ISTJ, ENFP, etc.:
- Introvert vs. Extrovert
- Sensing vs. Intuition
- Thinking vs. Feeling
- Judging vs. Perceiving
The Step II™
Interpretive Report helps you gain appreciation for your preferences - and personality - by providing insight into how you might best use it to reach your goals.