Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) allow us to develop a greater understanding of how our innate preferences ––– the preferences we are born with influence our everyday lives based on Carl Jung’s theory.
The MBTI identifies normal behaviours and indicates an individual’s preference of operating in one way rather than its opposite equally acceptable way. In its basic form the MBTI answers the following:
How do you direct and receive energy?
How do you take in information?
How do you decide and come to conclusions?
How do you approach the outside world?
Commonly used in Human Relations (HR) the broad range of applications for the MBTI is rapidly expanding into other mainstream applications including sports performance, career coaching and to support high school students. Here, MBTI provides an excellent basis to support the development of insight.