The Myers Briggs Type Indicator ("MBTI") is a personality inventory based on the theories of Carl Jung
and practical applications of Isabel Myers and Katharine Briggs. The Indicator is non-judgemental
and allows people to gain an understanding of their similarities and differences,
particularly with respect to energy source, information gathering, decision making and lifestyle/work patterns.
It is widely used for team building. Over 70 years of research and development have demonstrated the
reliability and validity of the instrument.
Adaptive Learning has the services of a number of practitioners accredited in the administration of the
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (Step II - the Extended Interpretive Report) and run both team workshops and
individual self-awareness sessions.
The primary uses of the Myers-Briggs personality inventory are:
• The better understanding of self (and others) with respect to preferences and behaviours.
• For team building purposes and interpersonal interactions
• For enhanced communication and conflict management
• To facilitate change and cultural issues
The Full One-day MBTI Step II Evaluation Workshop session uses the MBTI Step II methodology to assess
individual types and then highlight (through experiential ‘splitting’ exercises) the strengths and development
pathways for each individual based on their unique type and situation.
Learning and development is supported through fun and non-confrontational experiential activities
and private one-on-one discussions with accredited MBTI facilitators.
The MBTI Step II methodology is greatly preferred over the slightly cheaper standard evaluation
offered by some organisations. Step II offers a deeper understanding of self for the individual and
has additional benefits in the context of over all team communications and relationships.
Half-day MBTI Step II Evaluation Workshop - To do justice to this technique it is not possible to run sessions
of less than one half day. This abbreviated session utilises shorter experiential learning pieces and
goes in to lesser detail with respect to type dynamics and whole team analysis.
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