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The MBTI® Team Assessment… made easy with MBTI® Team Complete

 

MBTI Complete Team helps you improve your team’s performance in Thailand and Asia…

Building a better team starts with building understanding among its members.

Whether you are implementing Patrick Lencioni’s bestselling The Five Dysfunctions of a Team programme or another approach, you will want to begin with a reliable instrument to help encourage a safe and productive conversation among team members.

The Myers-Briggs® assessment is a personality inventory designed to give people information about their psychological preferences.

The MBTI® Complete-Team Report facilitates that important conversation and offers an ideal basis for any team-building programme.

Applying Carl Jung’s theory of psychological type, the MBTI sorts personality preferences into four lettered groups:

· Extraversion (E) and Introversion (I)

· Sensing (S) and Intuition (N)

· Thinking (T) and Feeling (F)

· Judging (J) and Perceiving (P)

Though many factors combine to influence an individual’s behaviors, values, and attitudes, the MBTI description summarises underlying patterns common to most people of that type.
 
As team members self-assess their types, the MBTI® Complete-Team provides them with a reliable means for understanding and describing one another, their differences and similarities, offering a safe environment for sharing feedback.

A sample report can be downloaded here.

MBTI® Team Complete lets you:

Take the full MBTI® Assessment at your own pace online
Learn what your MBTI® type means for you when collaborating in teams
Discover your likely areas of strengths and weaknesses
Improve your techniques in areas such as Trust, Conflict and Accountability

Taent Technologies, Managment training Thailand

MBTI® Team Complete is an essential part of effective team development

Talent Technologies, Management Training Thailand

 

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