All About The Myers Briggs Test (MBTI)

The Myers Briggs Test Inventory (MBTI), also called as the Myers Briggs Personality Inventory is a more than just a product from CPP– the test is a powerfully functional, easy to use solution that has aided millions of end users worldwide to understand their inter personal and intra personal relationships. It has also helped business of all types and sizes by attending to their organizational requirements of team buildingleadership and coaching, conflict management, career development and retention by forming a strong foundation for all their training and development initiatives. The test has an established credibility worldwide and is highly reliable – it is backed by insightful reports and a human back-end support team which guides the end user through the entire assessment process. The test can be used individually or in combination with other CPP products.

The Myers-Briggs Test inventory lays down a set of tools and techniques to help a person on an individual level and an organization on a group level understand individual differences by the medium of easy to comprehend graphic descriptions of reported type, preferences and characteristics.

The assessment is interactive, budget friendly, can be attempted online or in paper and pencil, provides the information the end user needs in a user friendly, narrative format, provides for a range of report types to choose from, and results in an in depth exploration of the user and his personality type.

The Myer Briggs Test Inventory is available in the following forms and packages to cater to all dimensions of the end user’s requirements:

MBTI Complete: The MBTI test and an interactive interpretation session in one online package.

MBTI Profile: Budget-friendly computer version of the MBTI Step I assessment.

MBTI Self Scorable: Paper-and-pencil friendly version of the MBTI Step I assessment in a concise booklet.

MBTI Step II Profile: Challenges to explore twenty dimensions of the end user’s four-letter type for a better understanding.

The various reports the end user could choose from include:

MBTI Interpretive Report: Provides for a gist of MBTI results concisely yet completely.

MBTI Interpretive Report for Organizations: Summarizes leadership, communication, and problem-solving styles.

MBTI Team Report: Depicts a group’s type and its related problem-solving and conflict management styles.

MBTI Communication Style Report: Lays down communication pros while offering effective communication tips.

MBTI Decision Making Style Report: Summarizes decision-making strengths, potential drawbacks, and areas for relative development.

MBTI Stress Management Report: Depicts the impact of stress on personality traits and provides tips for utilizing strengths to deal with stress effectively.

MBTI Step II Interpretive Report: A comprehensive report that studies the variation within an end user’s personality type.

Some additional resources offered include:

Introduction to Type Series: For reference purposes to help end users apply their learning.

Type Practitioner Series: The end user can look at expanding his/her knowledge of type theory and its applications with this collection.

Leader’s Resource Guides: Potential leaders could look at expanding their knowledge of type theory and its applications with this resourceful guide.

MBTI Team Building Program

MBTI Conflict Management Program

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