Building Self-Awareness with MBTI®

MBTI® (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) is a widely used personality test based on Carl Jung’s Psychological Types theory. Jung’s research shows that people are born with certain psychological tendencies that shape how they interact with the world, take in information, and make decisions. Through this assessment tool, an individual’s overall preference profile is categorized into one of 16 different set types. The MBTI® test results shed light on the unique characteristics and strengths of each of the 16 types and help you understand and value the differences between yourself and others.

Program Summary

Gain a better understanding of your own preferences and learn how to collaborate and communicate well with people of any personality type.
This program is delivered by certified MBTI® facilitators.

Target Audience

Anyone who wants to build the knowledge and skills needed to work effectively with a diverse range of people.

Program Outcomes

  • Collaborate better with others
  • Improve your communication capabilities

Available formats

Can be conducted both in person and online

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the MBTI® Type Theory
  • Deepen understanding of your own type through hands-on exercises
  • Identify different MBTI® types and how well each fits with the others

Classroom Training

Virtual Training

Duration

Two 2-hour sessions

We can customize the delivery schedule to meet your company's needs.

Learning Methods and Tools

This program centers on experiential learning and uses a wide variety of group exercises for applying and practicing skills including:

  • Online self-study
  • MBTI® assessment
  • Individual reflection
  • Pair, small-group and classroom discussion using breakout rooms

Pre-program work

Complete an MBTI® assessment

Session 1
  • What is MBTI®?
  • Characteristics and benefits of the MBTI® for self-awareness
  • Understand the meaning and relationship of the reported type based on test results
  • Information processing (Sensing and Intuition)
Session 2
  • Orientation of Mental Energy (Extraversion and Introversion)
  • Decisions and Judgment Function (Thinking and Feeling)
  • Orientation to the outside world (Perceiving and Judging)
  • Confirm your best fit type through interactive exercises

Duration

One day

Learning methods and tools

This program centers on experiential learning and uses a wide variety of group exercises for applying and practicing skills including:

  • MBTI® assessment
  • Individual reflection
  • Pair, small-group and classroom discussion

Pre-program work

Complete an MBTI® assessment

Day 1

Note: All our programs can be customized to meet your company’s specific needs.

  • What is MBTI®?
  • Characteristics and benefits of the MBTI® for self-awareness
  • Understand the meaning and relationship of the reported type based on test results
  • Information processing (Sensing and Intuition)
  • Orientation of Mental Energy (Extraversion and Introversion)
  • Decisions and Judgment Function (Thinking and Feeling)
  • Orientation to the outside world (Perceiving and Judging)
  • Confirm your best fit type through interactive exercises