Apply MBTI® to the Workplace
Workshops: Corporate Teams offers engaging, hands-on workshops that put the principles of MBTI® into action. Exercises, Team Challenges, and Action Learning provide team members with applications that can be immediately put to use in the workplace.
Coaching: Corporate Teams provides one-to-one coaching for individuals interested in deepening their understanding of Type Preferences. Individuals learn how to increase effectiveness of communications and develop skills for engaging team members, employees, clients, and management.
MBTI® Communication Style Report
Highlights communication strengths, offers practical tips for communicating with others and suggests strategies for development. Additionally, it outlines how personality type dynamics impact communication style and offers key questions to consider during the communication process to facilitate more effective interactions with individuals, teams, and management.
MBTI® Step II Interpretive Report
The most comprehensive MBTI report available, it provides an in-depth analysis of personality type by showing results on five different facets, for each preference pair. Knowledge of these 20 facets helps to gain understanding of unique ways of experiencing and expressing type.
MBTI® Interpretive Report for Organizations
In addition to type results, the report provides a comprehensive understanding of: communication style; preferred work styles; problem-solving approaches; and leadership style. Specific feedback strategies are provided in each of these areas to improve effectiveness of communication influence.
MBTI® Decision-Making Style Report
This report helps individuals become better decision makers by alerting them to their decision-making strengths, potential challenges, and areas for development. The Tips and Action Steps section provides insights and suggestions to guide further coaching and development, including what to consider when presented with a difficult decision, how to tap others for decision-making assistance, and how individuals can flex their style to improve communication with others and enhance their decision making.
MBTI® Conflict Style Report
This report uses results of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment to describe how you are likely to approach and deal with conflict situations. Feedback increases appreciation for your natural conflict management style and the style of others. Strategies are provided for approaching, navigating through, and resolving conflict.
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