Every instrument you purchase includes an interpretation with a certified consultant. The interpretation is important because the consultant will be able to discuss your report in detail, answer any questions you may have and give you real-life application. The interpretation can either be done via phone or video conference.


Every team would like to maximize their potential. Myers-Briggs instruments' impact can be transformational! For any team, the MBTI can be valuable in understanding others' preferred ways of interacting with others, taking in information, making decisions, and structuring their world. The information enhances understanding of yourself, your motivations, and your natural strengths, as well as helping you appreciate those who differ from you.

Myers-Briggs Team Performance Accelerator Programs include:

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator: Interpreting Your Leadership Personality

  • Review your MBTI results
  • Explore the background and theory of MBTI theory
  • Characterize the four foundational personality dichotomies
  • Identify your relational and communication preferences
  • Identify how to connect with those who have different personalities
  • Explore how to effectively utilize your personality in your leadership role

Team Essentials

  • Participants complete the MBTI® assessment prior to workshop
  • Review assessment and concepts of psychological type preferences
  • Review four-letter type reported from assessment
  • Verify best-fit type
  • Evaluate the team's type

Communicating and Flexing Your Type

  • Understand communication differences within each of the four type dichotomies
  • Identify verbal and non-verbal cues of the eight MBTI preferences
  • Examine the influence of type on email communication
  • Practice flexing type style to meet the communication needs of others
  • Commit to specific behavioral changes to improve team communication

Type and Teams

  • Identify MBTI preferences at work
  • Relating MBTI preferences to six core team issues: communication, team culture, preferences in leadership, change, problem/solving/conflict, stress
  • Identify and share specific strengths and shortfalls of one's type in a team setting
  • Provide opportunities for discussion on teams' strengths and areas for improvement

Type and Emotional Intelligence

  • Synthesize emotional intelligence principles with personality type
  • Link extraverson and introversion to emotional intelligence
  • Link the eight functions to emotional intelligence
  • Identify new behaviors not naturally associated with one's type
  • Share personal and team observations

Leveraging Team Strengths

  • Discover type differences through the Living Type Table activity
  • Assess team strengths and challenges through the Team Type Table analysis
  • Identify common annoyances and how the opposite preference views you
  • Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the four functional pairs
  • Commit to specific changes in order to improve team performance

Managing Conflict

  • Analyze the benefits and drawbacks of conflict
  • Identify team member comfort level with conflict
  • Identify type-related conflict areas
  • Discover how to effectively deal with conflict
  • Understand a type-related model for use in conflict and non-conflict situations
  • Commit to specific changes to improve conflict management

Managing Stress

  • Identify type-related energizers, stressors, and stress reactions
  • Discover the dynamics of type and the impact of stress on type
  • Understand how to deal effectively with different types under stress
  • Discover type-related strategies for regaining equilibrium
  • Discuss development to be gained from stress reactions
  • Commit to applying type-under-stress knowledge

Managing Change

  • Discuss the William Bridges model of transition as applied to organizational change
  • Identify potential strengths and weaknesses of different psychological types during organizational change
  • Identify the needs of different psychological types during the change process
  • Commit to applying type and change knowledge to improve team effectiveness through organizational transitions

Team Member Development

  • Analyze "Work Type" versus "Best-Fit Type"
  • Identify contributions and challenges for each of the type preferences
  • Discover strategies for type-specific individual development
  • Complete and review "Work Styles Report"
  • Commit to an individual development plan in order to improve team member effectiveness
  • Determining what a group needs
  • Identifying key players
  • Establishing credibility
  • Finding leverage
  • Getting buy-in
  • Delivery
  • Results

We offer team assessments, workshops, retreats and customized trainings. Contact us and find out how we can assist your team. Here's what other teams had to say about their experience.

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