Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®) Step II

Many people know about the MBTI® through the Step 1, which provides details of your personal style and gives you an insight into your personal preferences.

The MBTI® Step II explores your personal preferences in more depth and further defines how you interact with the others and the world around you. The MBTI® Step II provides five subscales, to each of the four dimensions found in Step 1.

The Step II Interpretive Report is a highly personalised narrative and graphic report that helps you take a much more detailed perspective on your MBTI® type.

  Extraverted

  • Initiating
  • Expressive
  • Gregarious
  • Active
  • Enthusiastic

  Introverted

  • Receiving
  • Contained
  • Intimate
  • Reflective
  • Quiet

  Sensing

  • Concrete
  • Realistic
  • Practical
  • Experiential
  • Traditional

  Intuitive

  • Abstract
  • Imaginative
  • Conceptual
  • Theoretical
  • Original

  Thinking

  • Logical
  • Reasonable
  • Questioning
  • Critical
  • Tough

  Feeling

  • Empathic
  • Compassionate
  • Accommodating
  • Accepting
  • Tender

  Judging

  • Systematic
  • Planful
  • Early starting
  • Scheduled
  • Methodical

 

  Perceiving

  • Casual
  • Open ended
  • Pressure prompted
  • Spontaneous
  • Emergent

 

MBTI® Step II can be used to support:

  • Communication styles and ways of interacting with others
  • Change management
  • Conflict management
  • Career and personal development

Step II Interpretive Report describes your style in these four areas and suggests ways of using that style more effectively, thus creating a personal development plan.

The MBTI® Step II instrument has 144 questions and takes about 25-35 minutes to complete. It is suitable for those 18 years old and above.

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