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Myers-Briggs - The Best Indicator for Understanding, Growth, and Relationships

As an instrument for personality and preferences, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is the best we've ever experienced. We have been facilitating MBTI workshops since the early 90s and have not regretted choosing this diagnostic to help us train, coach, and develop leaders at all levels. Many organizations that we work with ask us to administer and facilitate workshops for all of their employees and it has been a great success! Below are the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types. Which one are you?


What are the benefits of Myers-Briggs? There are many:

  • Reduces non-productive work by improving communications.
  • Identifies individual and team areas of strengths and challenges.
  • Clarifies team behaviors.
  • Helps match specific task assignment with certain types of people.
  • Builds an objective framework for dealing with conflict.
  • Helps individuals understand how different perspectives and methods can lead to useful and effective problem solving.
  • Predicts potential problem areas.
  • Teaches team members to value and leverage the strengths of others.

We are considered the MBTI professionals by our clients, friends, and family! There are four certified Myers-Briggs trainers/facilitators on staff ready to work with individuals or teams who, so call or email us for more information.

For individuals:
Cost per person is $125, which includes sending the Indicator with a return envelope, scoring, reporting and a visit from a Priority Learning professional to go over the results and explain the different preferences.

For groups or teams:
For up to 15 people, Priority Learning will conduct a half-day workshop for $1500, which includes an indicator with instructions and deadline, scoring, workbook with results and personal coaching after the workshop as needed.

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