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MBTI – How is it useful for individuals and organization!

Isabel-Myers  Katherine

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Was developed by Katharine C Briggs and her daughter Isabel Briggs Myers. It is based on the work of a Swiss psychologist named C G Jung who outlined psychological type theory in his book entitled "Psychological Types" published in 1922. The MBTI instrument is a way to help you become aware of your particular style and to better understand and appreciate the helpful ways that people differ from one another.

The principles for using psychological types to enhance relationships are the fundamental vales.

An unbiased introduction, with attention to type verification and to the full type description and some opportunities to apply the information to some day-to-day work settings provide the best guarantee that the organization will profit from the benefits and avoid potential pitfalls.

An Illustration : Combination of "E or I" AND "J or P" influences how people respond to change!
When a change is suggested, adaptable Extraverts EP consult their networks, talk to people, and find out what everyone thinks. If the changes allow room for their creativity and action, they gather resources and try to energize everyone to implement the changes.
Don't you feel it would be advantages if the organization/ leaders pay attention with such understanding?

Team Effectiveness : It specifically aids team members by :

The professional, ethical and contributory use of MBTI can help organizations and individuals in many forms like :

(It is observed that if it is introduced briefly or unconsciously participants forget their types and they tend to stereotyping and label others.)