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Type Indicator

About The MBTI Program

MBTI stands for the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment. It is a self-reporting questionnaire designed to make Jung’s theory of personality types understandable and useful in our everyday lives. Results of the MBTI are valuable and have many uses in our lives. The assessment can identify the differences between normal, healthy people.  These differences can be a source of misunderstanding and miscommunication.

Taking the MBTI assessment and understanding the feedback and coaching will help you identify your unique gifts. The information will enhance your understanding of self; your motivations, your natural strengths, and your potential areas of growth. It will also help you appreciate people who are different from you. Understanding your Myers-Briggs type is self-affirming and encourages cooperation with others.

 In 1943 Isabell Briggs Myers began developing the questions that became the assessment. After decades of research and development, the MBTI assessment is the world’s most widely and universally accepted tool for understanding normal, healthy personality types.  Millions of MBTI assessments have been administered in 30 languages. The tool’s popularity and usefulness grows each year.

The MBTI assessment explains basic patterns of how people take in information and make decisions. It has been proven beneficial in a broad range of applications.

  • Self-understanding and individual development
  • Team building
  • Management and leadership training.
  • Coaching
  • Organizational development
  • Diversity and multicultural training
  • Career Development and Exploration
  • Academic Counseling
  • Education and curriculum development

VKG is proud to announce that co-founder Shirl Wicks is now a Certified MBTI practitioner.  There are several levels of complexity to the MBTI results.  Knowing your Type is the basis for all future information. Basic information about Type and personality Preferences are available in a 4-hour session.

 An 8-hour workshop will provide a more in-depth look at Type and Preferences with coaching. Providing a deeper understanding of self and how to identify and appreciate differences in others.

An 8-hour workshop can be centered around Team Building, Management, and Leadership, Coaching,

A 2-day seminar will present an in-depth look at Type and Preferences as well as the facets of your Type and personality preferences.  You will learn how to communicate with different type preferences. How to make your relationships more cohesive.  And develop a deeper appreciation of others differences.

More information is available by contacting Shirl Wicks at Vitalknowledgegroup.com.

Briggs, I. M. (1998). Introduction to Myers-Briggs Type. In I. M. Briggs, & L. K. Myers (Ed.), Introduction to Myers-Briggs Type (Seventh Edition ed., pp. 1-2). CPP.


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