One of the world’s most popular, accurate and reliable personality type assessments, the MBTI was originally created in 1962, to help people make better career matches and appreciate human differences. Today, we apply the MBTI in corporate environments for the purpose of helping employees prevent and resolve workplace conflicts, build productive relationships and draw out their potential in achieving their best at work.
From highly participative type exercises to indoor or even outdoor team challenges, participants would have the opportunity to answer the self-scorable MBTI questionnaire and be encouraged to apply their learning under mild stress levels. As the saying goes, our true selves would often surface when under pressure. So let’s see the type characteristics being played out and the intricate lessons that we can learn here.