What does discovering my MBTI Type involve?

There are two stages to this:

·       Completing the MBTI Assessment – this takes about 30 minutes

·       Discovering your ‘best fit’ MBTI Type in a feedback session with an MBTI Practitioner 

        ( This can be done in a group or on a one-to-one basis)

         There will be lots of examples to help you decide what your best-fit MBTI® Type is and you should then have a

         greater awareness of yourself, but also be more likely to look at the differences in others in a non-judgemental way.

Tamsin Regnes - Resources used for MBTI feedback

Can I fill the questionnaire in wrongly?

Some people do worry about this.

Don't worry, there is no right or wrong answer to the questions. 

The MBTI Framework is not about capability or skill. It doesn’t tell you how well you do something, rather what you feel most comfortable with - your ‘preferences’.

How long does a feedback session last?

One-to one sessions last about 90 minutes.

Group feedback sessions usually take about 3 hours, including a break.

But won’t it put me in a ‘box’?

Some people may worry that the MBTI framework may stereotype them and put them in a 'box'.

Don’t worry, it doesn’t.

Each one of us is unique, but when you look at lots of us, patterns emerge.

Just because I am an ‘ESTJ’ doesn’t make me exactly the same as other ESTJs.

But we may feel the same in certain situations and look at things and make decisions in a similar way.

We may be great in some areas where other MBTI types struggle, and vice versa.

The MBTI framework helps us understand that people have natural preferences and that no type is better or worse.

So don’t worry about being boxed in, enjoy discovering your Type!

What is your MBTI type?