The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is the hands-down, best-known assessment out there for understanding individual psychological tendencies. Counselors have been using it for well over half a century. The test is based on Carl Jung’s theory of psychological types.
People the world over know it as a great career assessment tool, something we all have needed (or at least have been fascinated about) at some point in our lives. The range of its applications is sometimes overlooked, however.
Differences in type (that four-letter identifying score that is the assessment result) can really illuminate — sometimes surprisingly so — the need for organizational and workplace changes.