SLF participants will be given access to an in-depth questionnaire identifying their MBTI personality type. The MBTI is an assessment that is believed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions. Sharon Santiago, an expert in the MBTI personality inventory, will provide our participants with valuable personal insight based on their results. She will explain their personality type and provide general assumptions about how their personality type is best suited for success.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) is a personality inventory rooted in Carl Jung’s psychological type theory. It was developed in the 1940s by Isabel Briggs Myers and her mother Katharine Briggs and has been researched and studied extensively since then. There are 16 unique type codes. All type codes and descriptions are based on psychologically healthy behaviors, and there are no good or bad types. There are many uses of the MBTI and understanding your personality type. However, it should be noted that no assessment can lead to answers that explain all human complexity. This is a tool to be used in the process of the respondent’s personal development (Manual, p. 116). Your results can help you recognize how to approach situations (in work, or otherwise) in a way that suits your style. The MBTI can also help you…
Develop your leadership style
Develop your management style
Work in teams and groups
Find occupations and careers suited to your preferred work environment
In the problem solving and decision making processes