Personality and Career (Myers Briggs Type Indicator)
Are you a big picture person or tuned to specifics and details? Do you have a tendency to plan and organize or are you spontaneous and adaptive? These are all personal preferences that describe your personality and will significantly affect your career choices.
Myers Briggs Type Indicator®
The Myers Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) is a self-report assessment designed by Katherine Briggs and Isabel Myers based on the theory of personality developed by Carl Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist. The MBTI® is a reliable and valid psychometric instrument supported by over 50 years of research and development. Over three million Indicators are administered annually in the United States. Implemented internationally the Indicator has been translated into more than 30 languages
With the MBTI® you can identify your strengths, unique gifts, motivations, and potential areas of growth, positioning you to understand and appreciate differences in others, increasing self-affirmation, and enhancing mutual cooperation and productivity. The MBTI® is widely applicable in areas such as self-development, career development and exploration, relationship counseling, academic counseling, organization development, team building, diversity, and multicultural training.
To Take the MBTI®
To know your personality type and identify the kind of work that matches your personality preferences, attend the Myers Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) workshop.
To take the MBTI®, register for the “Your Personality and Career” workshop through your CareerWEB account | Events Section.
- You will receive a confirmation email with the instruction sheet to complete the Indicator assessment online. You need to fill the assessment before attending the workshop. There are no “right” or “wrong” answers to these questions.
- While there is no time limit for the completion of the Indicator, yet responding to the whole Indicator usually takes about thirty minutes.
- To receive your results A certified professional will provide you with your results, and help you understand them, at the interpretation session for which you registered.