The MBTI “Test”
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) was developed by Isabel Briggs-Myers and her mother Katherine Cook-Briggs, based upon their study of psychiatrist Carl G. Jung’s theory of psychological type.
MBTI Step I
The MBTI Step I uses four separate scales to identify your preferred ways to:
- Gain energy (Extraversion/Introversion)
- Gather information (Sensing/iNtuition)
- Make decisions (Thinking/Feeling)
- Draw conclusions in order to take action (Judging/Perceiving).
MBTI Step II
The combination of these four preferences results in one of sixteen unique personality types. If you have completed the MBTI Step I previously and have identified your personality type, the MBTI Step II is a more in-depth assessment of your preferences.
The MBTI is Not a Test
The MBTI is an assessment, not a test with right or wrong answers. It is not better to be one personality type over another. Each type has its own strengths and challenges.
Take the MBTI to discover your unique strengths and get on your personal track to success!