Myers-Briggs Type Indicator [MBTI®]: “Step II”
For Department Heads and Executives
The following session is available…
Half-Day Workshop
For many who have already taken the MBTI®, there is confusion about why some people are clearer on one dimension of type than others. Using Step II, this confusion can be cleared up through an understanding that each of the four preference pairs is composed of five facets. The contribution of each facet to the particular dimension helps to understand how an individual's unique personality type can be better understood.
This is usually a second step to the initial Introduction to Type for groups who want to understand their individual and group type contributions at a deeper level.