Available to level B qualified Canadians only
The MBTI Step I personality assessment identifies an individual’s type (made up of four basic preferences), and provides a common language around how people interact with others and the world around them. This information helps people improve both their working and personal relationships in a productive and constructive way. The MBTI tool is a great resource for improving team performance, developing leaders, resolving conflict, guiding career exploration and coaching others.
Individual Development, Leadership Development
templates (paper/pencil), www.CareerID.com (online)
Available in french
Build on Step I results for a deeper exploration of personality type.
This 11-page, online report helps individuals understand how their MBTI® type preferences influence their approach and response to conflict and it provides them with a framework for dealing with conflict situations more effectively. In addition to a detailed overview of an individual’s conflict style and key strengths, the report delivers the following practical information:
A description of potential conflict triggers, blind spots and areas for further development.
Insights into how others may view—and typically want to address—a conflict situation and includes tips for increasing sensitivity.
Suggestions for how to effectively navigate conflicts when they arise and to foster better relationships moving forward.
Enhance two-way communication in your organization. The Work Styles Report is designed for two people, and it offers a great starting point to address conflicts. The report can help clients understand type differences and lead to a more positive work environment. The report provides steps for the two individuals to take to develop a more productive, satisfying and healthy working relationship.
Sections include communication style, information gathering, decision making, and project management. Each section explains preferred styles, potential areas of conflict and suggested action steps to resolve problem areas.
No matter the context—in work or in everyday life—individuals encounter stressors that can either undermine their performance or propel their success, depending on how they react to them. The MBTI ® Stress Management Report helps individuals recognize the circumstances or events that are likely to trigger stress reactions and provides information and tips on how to deal most effectively with the challenges they present. The 9-page report details the signs of stress for an individual's type, describes the impact of stress on personality characteristics, provides do’s and don’ts for handling stress and leveraging natural strengths, and suggests approaches for tapping others for support.
This report provides you with a summary of your student’s MBTI results;
Use their results to tailor interpretation and feedback sessions to
their needs and to guide their career direction. It provides reported
type, explanations of the preferences, characteristics frequently
associated with the type and an easy-to-read graph displaying the
preference clarity index.
This report includes all the data from the MBTI Profile, plus:
• A user-friendly overview of type preferences
• A brief discussion of personality type and type development
• An extensive description of your student’s four-letter type
A revised version of the MBTI® Team Report. The report has been updated with a striking four-color graphic design that makes the information more accessible and easier to understand. Develop a thriving and cooperative team with this powerful tool. This report provides a summary of the team’s personality type, team strengths and challenges, the individual's contributions to the team and challenges, and discussions on team and individual problem-solving, conflict-handling, and communication styles. It also looks at how the organization may influence the team and includes an action planning worksheet to improve team productivity.
*Comes in a set, 1 report per team member and requires MBTI type per team member.
The MBTI® Decision-Making Style Report uses type preferences as a framework for understanding an individual's decision-making style. This online report helps individuals become better decision makers by alerting them to their decision-making strengths, potential challenges, and areas for development. Additionally, it explains how type dynamics impact their style and offers key questions to consider during the decision-making process to facilitate more comprehensive decisions.
The MBTI® Communication Style Report uses type preferences as a framework for understanding an individual's natural communication style and that of others. The online report can help your clients or employees understand their communication strengths, offers practical tips for communicating with others and suggests steps for development.
furnishes a summary of your client's MBTI assessment results, allowing you to tailor interpretation and feedback sessions to his or her needs. The report provides the client's reported type, explanations of the preferences, a listing of characteristics frequently associated with the client's type, and an easy-to-read graph displaying your client's preference clarity index.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Interpretive Report describes the client's type preferences and interprets the basic
. This report includes refined descriptions of the 16 types. It also explains the strengths and needs common to individuals of your client's type, offers suggestions for verifying type, and provides a detailed report of your client's results.
Identifies your employee's strengths, clarifies his or her leadership style, explores a preferred work environment, and highlights areas for further development. This report is a helpful tool for organization development, management development, and team building. It includes: updated type descriptions, problem-solving style, learning style, your client's type under stress.
Find the best occupational match for your clients with this easy-to-read graphic report. This report shows your clients how their type affects their career exploration and discusses the benefits of choosing a job that is a good fit for their type. It also explores preferred work tasks and work environments-as well as most popular and least popular occupations-for a client's type, and offers strategies for improving job satisfaction.
Strong and MBTI® Career Report
The Leadership Report Using FIRO-B® and MBTI®