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|Myers Briggs Type Indicator Instrument|
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® or MBTI® is based on the research of the renowned psychiatrist Dr. Carl Jung. In 1921, his book, Psychological Types, outlined his theory that human behavior could be explained by psychological type formed at birth. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) instrument is a questionnaire designed to make Jung’s ideas about psychological type useful in everyday life. It identifies a person’s four basic type preferences that combine into one of 16 different personality types. These results help you understand normal differences in the way people think, communicate, and interact—differences that can be the source of much misunderstanding.
The MBTI is commonly used in:
· Team Building
· Leadership Development
· Personal & Professional Development
· Career Development
· Conflict Management
The MBTI is one of the world’s most widely used assessments with two million administered annually. Many of the nation’s leading organizations (including over three-fourths of the Fortune 100 and many government and nonprofit organizations) use the MBTI assessment with employees and managers. The MBTI® has been used for more than 50 years to establish greater understanding between individuals, and has been translated into more than 15 different languages for use around the world.
DiSC & the MBTI
These instruments measure different things because they are based on different theoretical origins. The DiSC and MBTI assessments, however, both produce individualized profiles designed to help the respondent enhance their interaction with their environment.
DiSC describes behavior as it responds to different environments. This description uses Marston’s four primary behavioral responses, Dominance, influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness.
In contrast, the MBTI describes how the respondent approaches their environment intellectually and attitudinally – based on their psychological type.
|Everything DiSC® Assessments|
The foundation of what we call DiSC was first described by William Moulton Marston in 1928. Marston identified what he called four “primary emotions” and associated behavioral responses that describe how people approach their work and relationships. EANE offers a wide variety of programs to facilitate the use and understanding of DiSC profiles from Senior Management to Supervisors to full departments or organizations. Preview each rich profile to understand which one fits your current need.
DiSC Dimensions of Behavior provides a nonjudgmental language for exploring behavioral issues across four primary dimensions: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientousness. DiSC PPS is a multi-level learning instrument that provides detailed, personalized information to help both individuals and teams apply DiSC learning immediately. The feedback covers a broad range of behavioral characteristics, including behavioral strengths and weaknesses, motivating and demotivating factors, and management styles.
DiSC® Learning Assessment reports allow individuals, teams and organizations to discover opportunities for improvement. With pinpoint accuracy, our DiSC® Personal Behavior Style reports, Employee Comparison reports, and Team/Group Culture reports portray charts, graphs, and narratives about behavioral preferences and workplace expectations. Increasing your effectiveness with people begins with understanding yourself, understanding others, and understanding the impact your behavior can have on others.
DiSC® Learning Assessments provide superior insight into people, teams, and group culture. Using assessments, you will benefit from the many training, coaching, and consulting applications these tools provide. With 30 years of proven reliability and over 40 million users, DiSC® products remain the most trusted instruments in the industry. Used worldwide, these tools can help you learn to work more effectively with others. DiSC® Learning Assessments can pave the way for your personal and professional success by helping you develop advanced skills in these areas:
Are You Managing Your Time or Is Time Managing You?
Meetings, emails, texting, and voice mails. Answering questions, helping others, and serving clients. Tasks, projects and reports. Family, friends and hobbies. Just how many demands are there for your time? Are you ready to learn new strategies for accomplishing the things that are most important to YOU?
Time Mastery: Self-Management Habits That Place Your Priorities At The Top Of The List.
Setting priorities and managing time are basic to enhancing individual and organizational performance. The pressure to find innovative ways to achieve goals, stay ahead of the competition, respond quickly to client needs, and enjoy life outside of work is increasingly intense in today’s less structured, information-driven workplace. Meeting the daily challenges of managing professional and personal responsibilities requires a strategy designed to meet your individual needs.