MBTI – Choose a report to learn more about your personal style

The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a popular measure of personal style. Whilst there are free versions (similar to the official MBTI assessment) available, they are not as detailed as the official paid for service, and you need to pay to receive a detailed report. But which MBTI report? There are so many to … Continued

The MBTI – are you clear on your type?

Do you love finding out more about yourself? Are you one of the first to complete free quizzes in magazines and online free assessments. They can be useful, helping us to understand more about who we are. But there is a difference between free versions and the far more detailed psychometric assessments you can get … Continued

Strong Interest Inventory and MBTI Career Report

I regularly help clients to Learn more about themselves using assessments. The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) covers personality, and the Strong Interest Inventory covers interests. Having gone through the two reports you can then get a combined report. You can purchase this in addition to the two assessments. I've produced this short video to … Continued

MBTI Questions

Questions about the Myers Briggs Type Indicator Who came up with the idea? The MBTI was developed by the mother/daughter team of Katherine Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers over many years, starting in the 1940s. The theory is based on the work of Carl Jung, who wrote a book called “Psychological Types” in 1923. What … Continued

Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) to understand more about who you are

The Myers Briggs Type Indicator and other personality assessments are highly popular as  part of career choice. They provide information on the sort of person you are and can help understand how you best work. The most popular is the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. The MBTI® assessment is a self-reporting personality assessment, designed to help … Continued

THE MBTI on Radio 4

I regularly use the MBTI with my career coaching clients and was trained to use it over 25 years ago. It’s an interesting assessment to help people learn more about themselves.   It was featured on a Radio 4 show a few days ago ‘How Myers-Briggs Conquered the Office’ and the programme was presented by … Continued

The MBTI type of my blog!

I think I have probably talked about my MBTI – INFP! Just found out there is a site that will analyse the type of your blog! So I went here and found out that my blog is ISTJ. – I’m a duty fulfiller! "The responsible and hardworking type. They are especially attuned to the details … Continued

Does your MBTI type change?

I am often asked of our MBTI type will change. The MBTI is closely aligned to the work of Carl Jung. Jung was clear that our personality type is set in childhood as it enables us to make sense of life and to help with decision making. As we get older we become more aware … Continued

Taking the MBTI assessment – how to take the assessment

I am very careful to explain to my clients how to take the MBTI assessment but people forget what I say and  don’t always read my instruction list. Just the other day I worked with somebody who didn’t fully read the key points I describe – the need to take the assessment as their "shoes … Continued

MBTI – judging and perceiving types

You may have come across the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, one of the best ways of gaining an in-depth understanding of yourself which can be used to enhance relationships, work better in a team, choose a career and more. One of the scales is Judging and Perceiving    People who have a preference for Judging: Prefers … Continued