Use type as a tool to transform personal and professional lives
Isabel Myers' unique implementation of Carl Jung's theory of psychological type, the MBTI instrument, determines preferences on four dichotomies:
The various combinations of these preferences result in 16 unique personality types.
The results from the MBTI assessment tool reveal characteristics unique to each type and show how they influence people's way of communicating and interacting with others. The inventory is a key to both understanding the differences among types and improving communication in business and personal relationships.
The MBTI instrument's wide-ranging applications promote growth and development in many organizational settings, including:
Business—fosters team building, leadership and organization development, communication skills, problem solving, conflict management, stress management, career management, and outplacement
Counseling—guides career change and exploration, couples counseling, conflict resolution, and personal growth
Education—identifies learning styles, builds administrator/student/teacher relationships, and aids in analyzing and improving curriculum
The MBTI tool is scored using item response theory (IRT), one of the most powerful item-rating methods in modern test theory, ensuring the most accurate prediction of a person's true personality type.
MBTI Step II Form Q Overview
Step II Form Q explores the next level of type by identifying and investigating 20 facets: 5 facets related to Extraversion-Introversion, 5 related to Sensing-Intuition, 5 related to Thinking-Feeling, and 5 related to Judging-Perceiving. Facet results help individuals see how they are similar to and different from others who share their preferences. Step II Form Q 144 items are based on a national sample and offers the precision of item response theory (IRT) scoring. Reliability on several facets has been improved.
MBTI Step II Interpretive Report Form Q
Naomi L. Quenk and Jean M. Klummerow
Help clients discover the individuality of their expression of type
The Step II Interpretive Report is a highly personalized narrative and graphic report that helps understand and apply their MBTI results.
The Step II Interpretive Report offers Step I results and describes in detail the client's four-letter personality type. Next, his or her Step II facet results are displayed graphically. Personalized text explains the individuals result on each of the 20 facets.
Step II results are then applied to four important components of executive development:
- Change Management
- Decision Making
- Conflict Management
The report describes your style in these four areas and suggests ways of using that style more effectively.
This report integrates Step I and Step II results to help individuals see how their facet results affect their personality type. The interpreter's summary shows the individual's results in brief; the average range of scores of people with the individual's MBTI type; and the polarity index, a measure of the consistency of Form Q responses.
MBTI Online Team Report
Allen L. Hammer
and maintain motivated and satisfied teams with this exciting report
Help a manager or group leader develop a thriving and cooperative team with this powerful tool. The Team Report provides a description of the group's type, its strengths and weaknesses, and its problem-solving and conflict management styles, and offers a personalized action plan to improve team productivity. It also supplies information on the similarities and differences among the group members to help build a effective, productive, and satisfied team.
All team members must have taken the same form of the MBTI instrument and obtained their MBTI type before ordering this report. Teams can range in size from 3 to 64 members.
For purchase information and to determine if the MBTI can benefit you and your organization please contact TRC-The Resource Connection LLC via e-mail or call toll free 1-888-426-0511.