Meyers-Briggs Personality Tests
There comes a time when we realize that our families,
friends, and co-workers
do not experience or view the world as we do.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator will give you insight
into how and why people understand and approach
the world in such different ways.
One of the best ways to understand how others view the world
is to understand your own preferences the way in which you
see the world. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
has been helping people gain understanding about their
personality preferences for over 50 years.
Are you ready to join the millions who have gone before
and increase your knowledge about who you are and where you’re going?
Eight MBTI reports derived from one of two MBTI test administrations.
Click on each profile to get a detailed description and how you can benefit.
- MBTI Profile Form M
A good starting point for learning about your personality type
- MBTI Step II Interpretive Report – Form Q
A highly personalized narrative and graphic report that helps you understand and apply your
- Form M MBTI Interpretive Report for Organizations
Identifies your strengths as an employee, clarifies your leadership style, explores a preferred work
environment, and highlights areas for further development.
- MBTI Work Style Report
Best used in comparing your test results with a second person who has taken the same test.
Useful for helping to understand someone else’s personality type in resolving conflicts in the
- MBTI Team Report
Used by a manager or team leader to develop a thriving and cooperative team with this
powerful tool. Teams can range in size from 3 to 64 members. All team members must have
previously taken some form of the MBTI to obtain the four letter personality type code. Call or
email for help in coordinating the collating of each team member’s code.
- MBTI Interpretive Report – Form M
The interpretive report describes your type preferences and interprets the basic Profile. It also
explains the strengths and needs common to individuals with your same personality type.
- MBTI Step II Profile Administration – Form Q
Step II explores the next level of type by identifying and investigating 20 facets: 5 facets related to
Extroversion-Introversion, 5 related to Sensing-Intuition, 5 related to Thinking-Feeling, and 5 related
- MBTI Career Report
Use the power of Myers-Briggs to find the 50 most popular careers and the 25 least popular for your
A FREE telephone consultation by a qualified test administrator is available to help you
review your test results.