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Myers-Briggs Step II Interpretive Report and Briefing

$500.00
Myers-Briggs Step II Interpretive Report and Briefing

Myers-Briggs Step II Interpretive Report and Briefing

$500.00
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We want to make sure you secure the right role with the right company for the right reasons. To enable this we believe you must have a firm handle on your preferences and the environment you will thrive in.

Provided by an accredited MBTI professional, your Myers-Briggs® Step II™ Interpretive Report is an in-depth, personalized description of your personality preferences, derived from your answers to the MBTI® assessment. It includes your Step I™ results and your four-letter type, along with your Step II results, which show some of the unique ways you express your Step I type. You will be provided with a full one hour one-on-one briefing and your MyCareerBrand Coach will utilise the results to help you frame your next role and what's important when screening organisations and leaders during your job search.

The MBTI assessment was developed by Isabel Myers and Katharine Briggs as an application of Carl Jung’s theory of personality types. This theory suggests that we have opposite ways of directing and receiving energy (Extraversion or Introversion), taking in information (Sensing or Intuition), deciding or coming to conclusions about that information (Thinking or Feeling), and approaching the outside world (Judging or Perceiving).


Everyone can and does use each of these eight parts of personality at least some of the time but prefers one in each pair over the other, just as most people have a natural preference for using one hand rather than the other. No preference in a pair is better or more desirable than its opposite.


The MBTI assessment does not measure your skills or abilities in any area. Rather, it is a tool to help you become aware of your particular style and to better understand and appreciate the helpful ways that people differ from one another.