Assessments & Tools
- Myers-Briggs® Personality Assessments (MBTI®)
- Life Goals Planning Assessments
- Conflict Mode Assessment
- Strong Interest Inventory (SII) Career Assessment
- FIRO-B® Assessment
- Child's Personality Assessment
- Entrepreneurial Evaluation
Myers-Briggs® Personality Assessments (MBTI®)
Gain insight and self-awareness! The ability to positively influence others. Also, you'll receive a FREE phone consultation. We review your results and answer any questions.
Take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®
Known as: Personality Type Test, The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® or MBTI®
Assesses personality traits.
MBTI Form Q - $89.
Provides a richly textured picture of type and behavior.
30-40 minutesView Sample Report
MBTI Profile - $65.
Identifies the four basic type preferences.
25-30 minutesView Sample Report
How It Works
- Click "Take Assessment".
- Pay online via our secure billing form.
- Take the assessment(s).
- We evaluate the results and prepare your report.
- You receive your results report via email!
- Schedule a FREE phone consultation to review your assessment results.
About the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (The MBTI®)
The MBTI® assessment is the most widely used personality-typing assessment presently in use. It is provided in several different languages and has been proven to be statistically valid and reliable. It is used by many corporations, universities, governmental agencies, and the military to enhance team performance, communications, and organizational development. It is also used by individuals to better understand their behavior and ability to interface with members of their family or work environment.
A Little History
The MBTI® assessment was developed by the mother and daughter combination of Isabel Myers and Katharine Briggs in an effort to operationalize the theories of the renowned psychiatrist Carl Jung. It was used successfully during World War II in placing civilians in jobs required by the war effort. It has since been revised several times and is constantly being tested for validity and reliability.
How It Works - 4 Dichotomies
The assessment addresses an individual's preference for four personality traits.
- Extrovert or Introvert
- How you take in data/information
- How you use information
- Judging or perceiving attitude
Extrovert or Introvert
The first acknowledges the individual's preference for extraversion or introversion. This dichotomy indicates how individuals view the world around them and whether they are energized by others and their surroundings or prefer to address the inner world of ideas and concepts.
How you take in data/information
The second dichotomy considers how the individual takes in data or information. This can be either through the concrete method of sensing or the more abstract method of intuition. Differences between individuals in this area can create significant problems regarding how reality is viewed and consequently how individuals view each other.
How you use information
The third dichotomy is the only one that is affected by the individual's gender. It indicates how information is used by the individual in making decisions. The more logical and objective method is referred to as the thinking function and is preferred by 60% of males. The more value related and subjective method is referred to as feeling and is preferred by 60% of women. These differences can create significant communication difficulties at home and at work and understanding this function can greatly enhance the functioning of an organization or family unit.
Judging or perceiving attitude
Finally, the judging/perceiving attitudes indicate how an individual organizes and operates in the outside world. This dichotomy is usually the easiest one to spot if you are type watching. The judging type will be systematic and decisive, while the perceiving type will be random and open-ended. Differences in the way we conduct our outer lives can be quite annoying to those of the opposite attitude and need to be understood.