MBTI® Assessments

More than 2 million people take the MBTI each year. It provides a powerful framework through which we can understand our own and others' behavior. Some of the benefits of taking the MBTI include:

  • Identifying your leadership style.
  • Knowing your triggers and developing strategies for stress management.
  • Learning how to use type to improve the innovation process in your team.
  • Recognizing how type preferences play out in project management.
  • Understanding different problem solving approaches and enhancing team problem solving.
  • Understanding the impact you have on teams.
  • Valuing diversity and resolving conflict.
  • Discovering your blind spots and your opportunities for improvement.
  • Improving your communication style.
  • Identifying your preferred learning style and, above all, the learning style of others.
  • Knowing how your type may influence your presentation style and what to do about it.
  • Knowing how to use knowledge of your type to enhance your emotional intelligence.
  • Improving the quality of work and personal relationships.
  • Receiving career guidance.

1. Individual Report (Basic)

If you have never taken the MBTI® assessment before, this is a good place to start. You will receive a 7- page report describing your individual preferences. The report will explain the strengths and needs common to individuals with your type as well as an overview designed to help you understand other types.

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2. Individual Report (Detailed)

This is an 18-page highly personalized report. It describes your type in the areas of communication, change management, decision making, and conflict management and suggests ways of using your style more effectively.

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3. Report for Organizations

This report identifies employees' strengths, clarifies his or her leadership style, explores preferred work environments, and highlights areas for further development. It is a helpful tool for organizational development, management development and team building. It includes information on the 16 types, preferred learning styles and a discussion of how a person acts under stress.

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4. Team Report (For a work group or unit)

Help a manager or group leader develop a thriving and cooperative team with this powerful tool. The Team Report provides a description of the team's overall type, its strengths and weaknesses, and its problem-solving and conflict management styles and offers a personalized action plan to improve team productivity. It also supplies information on the similarities and differences among the group members.

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5. Work Styles Report (Enhances two-way communication in organizations)

This report helps to enhance the communication between two people in the organization to help them work together more effectively. It offers a good starting point from which they can address their conflicts. It can help them to understand type differences, thus leading to a more positive work environment. It also provides steps for the two individuals to take to develop a more productive, satisfying, and healthy working relationship.

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6. Conflict Style Report

This report helps individuals understand how their type preferences influence their approach and response to conflict and it provides them with a framework for dealing with conflict situations more effectively. In addition to a detailed overview of an individual’s conflict style and key strengths, the report delivers practical information on: potential conflict triggers, blind spots and areas for further development; insights into how others may view—and typically want to address—a conflict situation; tips for increasing sensitivity; suggestions for how to effectively navigate conflicts when they arise and how to foster better relationships moving forward.

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7. Stress Management Report

No matter the context—in work or in everyday life—individuals encounter stressors that can either undermine their performance or propel their success, depending on how they react to them. This report helps individuals recognize the circumstances or events that are likely to trigger stress reactions and provides information and tips on how to deal most effectively with the challenges they present. The report details the signs of stress for an individual's type, describes the impact of stress on personality characteristics, provides do’s and don’ts for handling stress and leveraging natural strengths, and suggests approaches for tapping others for support.

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8. Decision-Making Style Report

This report helps individuals become better decision makers by alerting them to their decision-making strengths, potential challenges, and areas for development. Additionally, it explains how type dynamics impact their style and offers key questions to consider during the decision-making process to facilitate more comprehensive decisions. The Tips and Action Steps section provides insights and suggestions to guide further coaching and development, including what to consider when presented with a difficult decision, how to tap others for decision-making assistance, and how individuals can flex their style to improve communication with others and enhance their decision making.

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9. Communication Style Report

This report uses type preferences as a framework for understanding an individual's natural communication style and that of others. It will help your employees understand their communication strengths, and offers practical tips for communicating with others and suggests steps for development.

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10. Career Report

Find the best occupational match with this graphic report of MBTI® results. It shows the benefits of choosing a job that parallels your type. It also discusses strategies to improve job satisfaction. The Career Report is especially helpful for students, out placed employees and those seeking career development, as well as post-retirement and second career individuals.

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Process for Taking the MBTI® Assessment

The MBTI® process begins with an online, 93-item questionnaire, which takes approximately 20 to 30 minutes to complete. You will receive a written report and a 60-minute, one-on-one consultation, either in person or over the telephone.

Bruna Martinuzzi has used the MBTI® to help over 1000 individuals to gain valuable insight about themselves and the people they interact with. Clients have included engineering, technology, resource, telecommunications, financial and manufacturing organizations, government and non-profit, self-employed professionals, students, individuals in career transition, downsized employees, couples and families. Entire organizations have taken the MBTI with Bruna Martinuzzi.

Would you like to complete the MBTI® online and receive telephone feedback from a qualified practitioner, anywhere in the world? Contact Bruna Martinuzzi.