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What’s Your Personality?

MBTI

The Myers-Briggs Type Inventory (MBTI) is a personality inventory that can lead you to self-discovery and improved interpersonal relationships.

Who Does the MBTI Benefit?
  • You
    • Inform your own decision making
    • Identify and develop strengths and weaknesses
    • Learn about your unique FLOW state
    • Enable self-understanding and reduce stress
    • Develop thinking skills
    • Inform personal development plan
    • Develop emotional intelligence
    • Aid career development
    • Assist communication strategies
    • Support people through life transitions.
  • Your team or staff
    • Inform team decision making
    • Provide managers with the understanding to give effective feedback
    • Identify gaps in the team
    • Avoid and resolve conflicts
    • Discover how your team style works best with customers
    • Work together more effectively
    • Relate to each other with greater understanding
    • Encourage true psychological diversity
    • Develop leaders, managers, and teams
    • Encourage team members to understand and appreciate different strengths
    • Improve and change culture.

Learning more about yourself and your team improves work flow, productivity, job satisfaction, and has the potential to move the entire organization in a positive direction.

Cost: The Office of Human Resources provides the self-scoring assessment and the facilitator at no cost to you or your department.

A Peek into the MBTI

To give you a peek into the MBTI world, here’s a fun way to identify the variations of personality types. Consider the topic of rules. Can you find your personality type?

MBTI and Rules:

ENTJ: I make the rules.
ESTJ: I’ve written down the rules and made copies for everyone.
ESFJ: I’ve bent over backwards to fulfill all the rules.
ENFJ: Rules are great – they help us be better people.
INTJ: I’ve discovered all the inconsistencies with the rules and therefore consider them void.
INFJ: These rules are not benefiting me. I’m making up my own rules.
ISTJ: I’ve completed everything according to the rules.
ISFJ: These rules suck!!! *goes along with the rules*
ENFP: Oops! I didn’t realize there were rules!
ENTP: I’ve discovered these rules are not actually fulfilling their purpose, let me explain why.
ESFP: Is there a fine for breaking the rules? I’ll just pay that.
ESTP: Watch me break the rules!!!!!
INTP: I’ve figured out a way to bend each rule.
ISTP: These rules are important for others, and if I feel like it I might follow along.
ISFP: I’m breaking all the rules, but it’s okay because I don’t think anyone noticed.
INFP: Completely unaware that rules exist, worried about why everyone seems so stressed.

About the MBTI Facilitator

Marie-Clare Prisco, a qualified MBTI facilitator, has more than 10 years of experience using the MBTI to help foster self-awareness, collaborative problem-solving, and organizational excellence in a number of industries (manufacturing, health care, pharmaceutical, governmental, higher ed) in small group settings (project teams, staff members, and non-profit boards), large audiences, and one-on-one professional development coaching. 

Inquire Today!

Group or team MBTI sessions, as well as one-on-one consultations are available upon request. (Allow one hour for single consultations, and 1 to 2 hours for team sessions.)

Call or email:

Marie-Clare Prisco
Office of Human Resources
marieclare.prisco@angelo.edu
325-486-6461