• Save
Overview of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Instrument - What can it do for you and your organisation?
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

Overview of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Instrument - What can it do for you and your organisation?

  • 302 views
Uploaded on

What is Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Instrument? How can you use it to help you better understand yourself and the others? ...

What is Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Instrument? How can you use it to help you better understand yourself and the others?

How many of you realised that MBTI Instrument can be applied in a variety of ways - team dynamics, leadership, conflict management, change, communication, selling etc?

I trust this presentation will help you. If you want further details, please visit our website - www.EmpoweredRangers.com/mbti or watch this video: http://youtu.be/wL8mYXzdvo0

Be Well!
Jack:)

  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
302
On Slideshare
302
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
1

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. 2/1/14   Overview  of     Myers-­‐Briggs  Type  Indicator®   MBTI®)  Instrument   Jack  Wong   www.EmpoweredRangers.com   Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   "Whatever  the  circumstance  of  your  life,  the   understanding  of  type  can  make  your   percep9ons  clearer,  your  judgments  sounder,   and  your  life  closer  to  your  heart's  desire".                                                                                                      Isabel  Briggs  Myers   1  
  • 2. 2/1/14   About  MBTI®  Instrument   •  It  was  developed  by  Katherine  C  Briggs  and  her   daughter,  Isabel  Briggs  Myer  in  the  1940s.   •  It  was  based  on  the  work  of  a  Swiss  psychiatrist,   Carl  G  Jung  who  presented  his  psychological  type   theory  in  his  book  8tled  “Psychological  Types”   published  in  1921  (and  was  translated  into   English  in  1923).   •  To  Jung,  there  are  no  good  or  bad  types.    All  16   types  have  natural  strengths  and  possible   piWalls  /  blind  spots.   Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   MBTI®  Preferences   •  Extraversion  (E)  vs.  Introversion  (I)   E:I  DICHOTOMY   –  Where  do  you  prefer  to  focus  your     aXen8on?     –  Where  do  you  get  your  energy?     •  Sensing(S)  vs.  IntuiHon  (N)   S:N  DICHOTOMY   –  How  do  you  prefer  to  take  in     informa8on   T:F  DICHOTOMY   •  Thinking  (T)  vs.  Feeling  (F)     –  How  do  you  make  decisions?   J:P  DICHOTOMY   •  Judging  (J)  vs.  Perceiving  (P)   –  How  do  you  deal  with  the  outer   world?   Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   2  
  • 3. 2/1/14   About  MBTI®  Instrument   •  Millions  of  people  worldwide  complete  the  MBTI®  assessment   each  year  in  over  70  countries   •  Well-­‐researched,  reliable  and  valid   •  User-­‐friendly  and  flexible   –  Online  version  (Form  M  and  Form  Q)   –  Hardcopy  version  (Form  M  only)   •  Available  in  various  languages   –  简体字 and  繁體字   –  Bahasa  Indonesia   –  한국어,  日本語  and  30+  other  languages   Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   Measuring  results  of  MBTI®  Type   Training   Result:  Indirect   Results:  Direct  and  Measurable   •  Employees  listen  and   communicate  more   effec8vely,  work  with  beXer   team  spirit   •  Employee  accountability  has   increased   •  Work  completed  with  greater   efficiency  and  effec8vely;  staff   feel  less  stress   •  Applying  type  dynamics  to   raise  awareness  of  and   improve  response  to  customer   needs   •  Enhance  job  sa8sfac8on,  in   turn  increase  produc8vity   •  Decrease  staff  turnover   •  Employees  have  less   burnout,  reduced  cost  for   healthcare  coverage  and   medical  leaves   •  Sa8sfied  clients  stay  loyal  to   business.    Hence,  words  of   mouth  spreads,  helping   increase  in  market  share.   Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   3  
  • 4. 2/1/14   About  MBTI®  Values   •  Offers  a  logical  model  of  the  consistency  of  individual  and   group  behaviour   •  Provides  neutral  and  affirma8ve  language   •  Emphasises  the  value  of  diversity  and  inclusion   –  Recognise  and  appreciate  differences  in  people     •  Iden8fies  strengths  on  teams  and  helps  team  members  work   on  their  blind  spots   •  Gaining  self-­‐awareness  and  acceptance  of  others   •  Suite  of  resource  is  available  to  further  understand  the  depth   of  the  MBTI®  Instrument.   Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   MBTI®  ApplicaHons,  Aims  and   ObjecHves   •  Improved  understanding  of  the  way  in  which  you   perceive,  absorb  and  process  informa8on   •  Recognise  that  others  may  perceive  and  process   differently   •  Use  your  knowledge  to  communicate  more  effec8vely   •  Have  a  more  open  mind  to  the  viewpoints  of  colleagues,   bosses  and  others   •  Learn  to  value  similari8es  and  capitalise  on  differing   personality  “Types”   •  Apply  learning  for  robust  and  effec8ve  teams   Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   4  
  • 5. 2/1/14   MBTI®  ApplicaHons   Reten8on   Decision   Making   Leadership   Communica8ons   Coaching   Emo8onal   Intelligence   Team  Building   Conflict   Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   MBTI®  ApplicaHons  -­‐  Leadership   Leadership  Lens   Focus  areas  of  leaders  are   •  Semng  direc8on   •  Inspiring  others;  and   •  Mobilising  the  accomplishment   of  goals   MBTI®  is  applied  in  Leadership   semngs   a  unique  Leadership  Map  that   helps  leaders   chart  their  own  course  to   Leadership  &  Followship   becoming  even   more  effec8ve       Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   5  
  • 6. 2/1/14   MBTI®  ApplicaHons  –  Team  Building   Team  Type  Lens   MBTI®  tools  provides  a  framework   for  understanding  differences   and  what  each  personality  brings   to  the  team.     It  is  based  on  the  idea  that   everyone  has  unique  gips  to  offer   and  challenges  to  overcome,     thereby  minimising  gaps  in     knowledge  and  skills   Team  Dynamics  –     Strengths  and  Challenges   Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   MBTI®  ApplicaHons  –  CommunicaHon   FuncHon  Lens   ST   SF   NF   NT   Communica8on,  Persuading,  Selling   Four  Basic  Approaches   Func8onal  Pair   Customer  Prefers   ST   The  Facts   SF   Personalised  Services   NF   Their  Vision   NT   Logical  Op8ons   Look  at  how  each  func8onal  pair   prefers  to  communicate  in  a     personal  and  business  semng     MBTI®  Communica8on  Applica8on   can  help  iden8fy  the  way  in  which   each  type  prefers  to  communicate   and  the  applica8on  suggests  more   ways  of  improving  your   communica8on  skills  with  other   types.         Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   6  
  • 7. 2/1/14   MBTI®  ApplicaHons  –  Conflict   Quadrant  Lens   IS   IN   ES   EN   Change/  Conflict   Team  Culture   MBTI®  Conflict  Applica8on     reveals  the  different  approaches   we  use  when  trying  to  handle   conflict.     The  applica8on  helps  individuals   understand  their  own  personal   strengths  and  offers  ways  in  which   they  could  handle  conflicts  with   others  in  a  more  construc8ve   manner.       Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   MBTI®  ApplicaHons  –  RetenHon   Job  Tasks   Employee’s  Type   Organisa8onal   Culture   Manager’s  Type   Job  tasks,  organisa8onal  culture  and  managerial  styles  affect  job   sa8sfac8on  levels  of  employees   •  MBTI®  assessment  can   improve  the  reten8on  process   by  matching  employees  to   roles  that  are  good  fit  for  their   personality,  and  thus   increasing  “job  sa8sfac8on”.   •  For  employees  who  are   required  to  work  against  their   preference  they  would  likely     be  more  prone  to  burnouts.   •  However,  with  the  use  of   MBTI®    tool  they  would  also   be  more  likely  to  learn  and   find  avenues  to  express  their   preferences.   Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   7  
  • 8. 2/1/14   MBTI®  and  OccupaHons   •  Research  shows  that  the  columns  of  the  Type  Table  are  the   best  predictors  of  occupa8ons  that  prove  aXrac8ve  and   sa8sfying  to  different  Types   ST   Finance  and  Commerce     IT  –  operators  and   programmers     Technicians  –  plumbers,   carpenters     Police  and  military     Administra8on   SF   Helping  individuals  –   community  workers     Healthcare     Waiters  in  restaurants     Flight  aXendants     Customer  service   posi8ons   NF   NT   Psychology,  psychiatry  &   social  work     Religious  occupa8ons     Teaching  –  junior  high   school     Fine  arts     Environmental  Science     HR  and  Adult  L&D   Research  and   development     Architecture     Strategist  –  logis8cs     Management  consultant     Compu8ng  –  analysts   Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   Benefits  of  having  a  diverse  team   •  We  can  learn  to  work  more  effec8vely  within   a  Team  environment  by  understanding  others’   Types.   •  The  team  that  has  unique  skills  and  diverse   abili8es  stand  to  gain  as  a  result  from  the   crea8ve  ideas  generated  from  a  diverse  group.   •  The  MBTI®  Instrument  offers  solu8ons  to   resolving  these  challenges.   Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   8  
  • 9. 2/1/14   Typical  agenda  of  MBTI®   Workshop  (1  day  or  2  days)   1.  2.  3.  4.  Background  &  explana8on  of  “Type”  Theory   You  verify  Your  Profile  –  understand  self   Create  team  type  table  –  understanding  team   Dichotomy  [splimng]  exercises  –  demonstra8ng   different  type  behaviours  –  understanding  others   5.  Focus  on  a  par8cular  area  of  organisa8ons/   par8cipants  interest  [e.g.  Team  dynamics,  Leadership,   Communica8on/Influence,  Conflict,  Change,  Career,   Stress].   6.  How  the  MBTI®  can  benefit  the  team   7.  Applying  the  learning   Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   “Be  what  you  are  and  become  what   you  are  capable  of  becoming.”                                                                    Robert  Louis  Stevenson   9  
  • 10. 2/1/14   For  further  details  of  our   MBTI®  Workshop  or  Coaching   •  Please  visit  our  website  at       www.EmpoweredRangers.com/mb8            or  send  me  an  e-­‐mail  at       Jack.Wong@EmpoweredRangers.com   Copyright  ©  2014  WHM  Consul8ng  Pte  Ltd   All  Rights  Reserved   10