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MBTI training


I am thinking of undergoing training in MTBI which I see as another assessment model in my training/coaching toolkit.However, I also acknowledge that my weakness is a thirst for new skills and knowledge - if I had an endless supply of money and time I would be the eternal student! So my question to the group is, is there still a good market for MBTI assessment within organisations, large and small. I am particularly passionate about sales training and would love to hear about whether trainers are using this tool within this particular environment.
Many thanks in advance.
Elaine Wylie

3 Responses

  1. Yes…
    We use it extensively for both team development and cross team working. I believe it’s still the most widely used assessment tool.

  2. MBTI is in demand
    MBTI is perhaps the most well-known, most used and most respected of all the psychometric instruments. In the last couple of years I have seen interest grow in MBTI. I cannot comment on using it as a development tool for sales reps but it is certainly widely used in leadership development and increasingly in team development (though many prefer the Margerison-McCann Team Management System for company based team development).
    I would say that MBTI is a good thing to have on your CV.


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