This MBTI® Personal Impact Report in an all-in-one report that offers comprehensive interpretation guidance covering a wide range of applications, as well as descriptions of personal style, specific development action items, and optional exercises for verifying type—all to facilitate the delivery of consistently high-quality interpretations.
The 26-page report is used to our increase clients’ understanding of how their personality preferences affect their life and have an impact on the world around them. The report covers the following eight applications:
Reaction to Stress
Approach to Change
Facts about the MBTI Instrument
Reliability (when scores are treated as continuous scores, as in most other psychological instruments) is as good as or better than other personality instruments.
People come out with three to four type preferences the same 90% of the time and quite good across most age and ethnic groups.
If a person changes type, it is usually on one of the dichotomous pairs (e.g., E-I or S-N), and in a dichotomy where the preference clarity was low.