MBTI for Teams
Help your team work better, together
Help your team discover their strengths with the MBTI® assessment in a convenient online format. Your team members each get a comprehensive analysis of their individual style, plus an in-depth look at the group dynamic.
How the team assessment works
When your team takes the official MBTI online, they'll be assessed on four fundamental areas of personality. They'll learn how they get energized, make decisions, process information, and interact with their environments. Each team member will discover their preferences on four key personality facets:
- Extraverted or Introverted? Do you get your energy from other people, or from your own internal world?
- Sensing or Intuitive? Do you focus on the present and what you can see, or the future and what you can imagine?
- Thinking or Feeling? Do you make decisions based on logic, or on values and people?
- Judging or Perceiving? Do you prefer things structured and organized, or flexible and spontaneous?
Put together, these four personality facets create one of 16 personality types, each with their own style of decision-making, communication, and leadership.
We analyze personality style on two levels: first, we determine each individual's type and send them a personalized report (see a PDF sample). Then, we analyze the team as a whole, and provide each team member with a second report (see a PDF sample) showing their dynamic with the team.
Teams who can benefit from the MBTI
The MBTI for Teams is appropriate for teams of all sizes, from 3 people and up. Whether your team is small or large, understanding personality dynamics is an important step to communicating effectively and working efficiently with one another.
Because we analyze personality on both the individual and group level, your team will get a comprehensive look at their interaction. You'll discover the dominant styles of your team, and gain an understanding of how the group functions. You'll also discover the potential strengths and weaknesses of a team like yours.
When teams take the MBTI together, they learn a common language they can use to talk about different styles at work. Teams who take the MBTI find that they better understand how to communicate and work effectively as a unit.
Setting up the MBTI online
Our online format makes the MBTI easy and convenient to set up for a team.
1. Select your assessment. To get started, simply add the necessary quantity of assessments to your cart. You'll need one for each team member.
2. Complete your purchase. When you check out, you'll be prompted to enter the names and email addresses of your team members. Once you've completed your purchase, we send a personalized invitation to each participant explaining how to log in and take the assessment.
3. Get your results. We create a detailed test report for each individual and email it within 12 hours. Each participant will also receive an interpretation from one of our expert consultants. Once everyone has finished their assessment, we create the team report and email a personalized version to each team member.
We are committed to making sure that our services fit in seamlessly with your team-building efforts. Please feel free to enter any special requests in the "Special Instructions" box at checkout, or contact us to discuss your needs.
Questions & Answers
Q. Our team doesn't work closely together. Would they still benefit from this assessment?
It depends on how they function. The MBTI team assessment looks at group dynamics, particularly as they relate to group decision-making. If your team needs to cooperate to make decisions, the team assessment will be very helpful in understanding their style. They'll get a complete analysis of their strengths, weaknesses, and potential blind spots when working together.
The assessment can also be very helpful for leadership teams, even if they do not make many joint decisions, because it helps a group to understand their dominant personality style. Leadership teams who analyze their style as a group will gain a better understanding of the personality dynamic they bring to the organization as a whole.