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Further, MBTI gives guidance on which areas of the company need development among other things.
MBTI personality theory emphasizes the significance of a distinct type of personality based on self-reported measures instead of traits.
In 2014, a particularly talented and bright student of mine (and the second author of this article) introduced me to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), and I begin reading about this framework and having my students complete the questionnaire early in their studies with me.
The MBTI's 16 personality types are based on four dichotomies.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a tool identified as the world's most popular personality assessment tool and foundation for individual development.1 It is applied to evaluate the psychological preferences of different people which help them to identify their strengths and preferences, interests and happiness to make right decisions.1 MBTI was inspired by the work of a Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Gastav Jung, who proposed psychological types theories that described how people are innately different, both in terms of how they perceive and take in information and how they make decisions.2
We recall the students' traits and characteristics as well in this module, looking at what the students' MBTI types add, or subtract, from a team and considering whether diligent INTJs for instance, realize that they can come off as impatient with others.
The MBTI occasionally comes under fire in terms of validity and usefulness.
Young (2001) also used the MBTI when she explored the personality traits of student musicians; specifically, non-music majors who play in college marching bands.
Consented students were subjected to MBTI questionnaire to identify their personality type.
She suggests using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) as a method of obtaining a clear picture of personality differences in a team.