Myers-Briggs Type Indicator | Technical College of the LowCountry

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator


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The MBTI® assessment has helped millions of people worldwide gain insights about themselves and how they interact with others—and improve how they communicate, learn, and work. It provides a powerful framework for building better relationships, driving positive change, harnessing innovation, and achieving excellence.

Knowledge and understanding of the personality type as assessed by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument can be a tool for personal growth, achieving balance, understanding self, and creating possibilities. There are many areas where type can be of assistance and some are related here with links to offer you more details about applying psychological type to your personal growth.

Myers Briggs (MBTI)® Basics, 4-Hour Workshop

Your personality Type doesn’t change over time, but each preference helps you in different ways, and to different degrees, as you move through your life. Type development is a lifelong process and understanding type can help you overcome challenges at various stages of life including youth, midlife, retirement, and aging.

During a basic MBTI® feedback session, you will receive a profile report of your MBTI results. There are many kinds of profile reports, which vary in size and design, but all give you the basics of your MBTI profile.

In this 4-hour introductory training, we will overview:

  • The MBTI instrument, meaning of “preferences”
  • MBTI definitions, with self-assessment
  • Individual results
  • Experiential activities

Myers Briggs (MBTI)® Verification, 8-Hour Workshop

During the first half of the MBTI® feedback session, you will receive a profile report of your MBTI results. There are many kinds of profile reports, which vary in size and design, but all give you the basics of your MBTI profile.

This workshop is about finding you and finding the Type that you think fits you best. Type is more than just the sum of the four preferences. The four-letter MBTI® Type formula is a shorthand way of telling you about the interaction of your four mental functions and which ones you prefer to use first. This is called Type dynamics, and it is an important part of understanding your MBTI® results. Through this second half of the workshop, we will delve into the topic of Type dynamics, Type development and the varying Type facets that will help you determine your “Best-Fit” Type.

In this 8-hour verification training, we will overview:

  • The MBTI instrument, meaning of “preferences”
  • MBTI definitions, with self-assessment
  • Individual results and verification
  • Type dynamics
  • Type and stress
  • Type development
  • Understanding Type facets and Type verification
  • Experiential activities

Contact


Rhonda Johns

Program Coordinator

843-525-8308

rjohns@tcl.edu

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