144 – MBTI® Type Chart Report + Introduction to Type® IN THE GRIP

MBTI®  Personality Type Test for Stress, Conflict and Change Management

MBTI® Type Chart Report + Introduction to Type® IN THE GRIP

MBTI® Personality Type Test for Stress, Conflict and Change Management

Incl: 2 + 142 Pages in 1 Report and 3 Booklets from 1 Test plus 1 Consult and 3 AddOns

  • What's stressful for you may not be stressful for others.
  • Your response to stress might not the same response to stress of others.
  • Take this Personality Type Test for Stress, Conflict and Change - the 3 common stressors.
  • Identify your personal stressor and work stressors with this stress personality test
  • Identify your specific ways for de-stressing by developing more effective responses to stress, conflict and change.

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Generates Report:

  • (IT30034) Introduction to Type® IN THE GRIP
  • (IT30047) Introduction to Type ® and CHANGE
  • (IT30054) Introduction to Type® and Conflict
  • (M1145) Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Profile

  • Receive a 2 page MBTI® Personality Type Profile Chart Report to understand what's stressful for you
  • Get 3 of the best MBTI® books to help you manage and overcome the 3 common stressors at work
  • With the 50 page "In The Grip" MBTI® Stress book:
  • Discover what's stressful for you and what your response to stress is from a personality type perspective
  • Find ways for de-stressing and return to equilibrium from what's stressful for your type
  • In the 48 page "Introduction to Type® and Conflict" MBTI® book:
  • Confirm and verify your personality type with additional exercises
  • Learn about a model for managing change
  • Discover how you positively contribute to resolving change
  • Understand what are conflict generators for you and your response to stress
  • Discover what you need from others to reduce stressors and conflicts
  • Learn about your blind spots in relating to others and obtain development suggestions to improve relationship and reduce these people stressors at work
  • In the 44 page "Introduction to Type® and Change" MBTI® book:
  • Discover how different personality types response to stress of organizational change
  • Understand how different leader personality types manage organizational change
  • Learn about what's stressful for you during organizational change
  • Discover way of de-stressing during change and particularly de-stressing work stressors associated with organizational change
  • One Feedback Test Consult with Expert Career Consultant for limited time. Consider purchasing additional Test Consults for Career Advice, Career Planning and Personal Applications.

  • Take a Quick, Easy Project Manager Personality Type Test from MBTI®
  • Know your Myers Briggs® Project Manager Personality Type Profile
  • Get 3 of the best MBTI® books to help you manage and overcome the 3 common stressors at work
  • Receive over 140 pages of information about personal stressors and work stressors as well as de-stressing techniques each of the common stressors
  • Discover what's stressful for you and what your response to stress is from MBTI® personality type perspective
  • Find ways for de-stressing and return to equilibrium from what's stressful for your type
  • Learn about a model for managing change which is one of the common 3 stressors at work
  • Discover what you need from others to reduce relationship stressors and conflicts
  • Learn about your blind spots in relating to others and obtain development suggestions to improve relationship and reduce these people stressors at work
  • Discover how different personality types response to the stress of organizational change
  • Learn about what's stressful for you during organizational change and discover ways of de-stressing during change

MBTI® Personality Type Test for Stress, Conflict and Change Management

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Internal Reviews on MBTI®:

I'm amazed at how accurate the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator was. Before I even started the job, Marjorie was able to tell me what I would think of it! -- Jack A., College Graduate, Golf Course Assistant Manager

The MBTI® is an in-depth personality test. I have taken a free version of this test online, but this one is far more thorough. It lays out the positive and negative sides of your method of thinking in a very objective, easy-to-understand way. Personally, it helped me discover why my logical mind always had trouble understanding the drama my classmates created, and how introversion has its downsides but isn't inherently bad (and has some definite strengths!). This test is very good for self-understanding. -- Paige P., High School Graduate

The test that whispered me the words: 'You are not retarded, just different'. I always felt the majority did not understand me and observed me as 'different'. And they were right. I spoke in the language of a minority and of course they did not get it. Now I know I need to master the lingo of extroverts & sensors to be satisfied and successful.-- Gojmir J., entrepreneur, educator, and business man from Solvenia

Liked that it was explained as my personality and personal style - great test. -- Robin Vd., Office manager

External Reviews on MBTI®:

I'm always amazes that for 15 years every time I take the Myers-Briggs test, I'm an INFJ. I feel like I've changed but I guess not. -- posted by twibelle111 ‏@twibelle111

Btw Guise, if you want to learn more about your personality and self.. Do a Myers Briggs® personality test. Thank me later.... -- posted by Big A ‏@ArumTheChamp

This Myers Briggs® test was scary on how accurate it was on me -- posted by Daniel Castelli ‏@daniel_castelli

I did the full-day Myers Briggs® too, but the 72 question online quiz is just as accurate. MBTI® is so telling & interesting! -- posted by Amy Ng ‏@amyleighng @RichardSPearson

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a fascinating & powerful tool. If you disagree it's because you did not have a certified administer. -- posted by Derek Ma ‏@derekma

Took the Myers-Briggs test on my lunch.. It explained a lot. -- posted by Amber Johnson ‏@AJMarie0527

We just did the Myers-Briggs again. Almost the whole class is opposites with their significant others. Opposites attract. -- posted by Lafayette Melton ‏@LAFgoesON

Looking back at my Myers-Briggs personality results. Im shocked at how accurate this is. -- posted by Trez Byrd ‏@tbyrd423

Ever wondered about the correlation between Myers Briggs® and Enneagram types? Here's some info http://ow.ly/hskvB -- posted by Heidi Reimer-Epp ‏@heidi_r

This class is making me want Myers-Briggs data on EVERYTHING. What types are more likely to enjoy cat videos? Jazz? Rugby? Journaling? -- posted by Amanda Uhme ‏@auhme82

ew myers-briggs personality tests are dead on it's almost creepy -- posted by Liz LaRosa ‏@lizzzlemonnn

So close! I'm in this class and practicing my myers-briggs skillz. I can't figure out if I'm an ENFP or ENTP.@SpaceCadetYarn -- posted by Brigitte ‏@BrigitteLyons @meganauman

Learning the Myers-Briggs Types has really helped me understand why certain people, places & things get on my nerves. HIGHLY recommend this. -- posted by Janelle Okwodu ‏@okjanelle

Internal Reviews on MBTI®:

I'm amazed at how accurate the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator was. Before I even started the job, Marjorie was able to tell me what I would think of it! -- Jack A., College Graduate, Golf Course Assistant Manager

The MBTI® is an in-depth personality test. I have taken a free version of this test online, but this one is far more thorough. It lays out the positive and negative sides of your method of thinking in a very objective, easy-to-understand way. Personally, it helped me discover why my logical mind always had trouble understanding the drama my classmates created, and how introversion has its downsides but isn't inherently bad (and has some definite strengths!). This test is very good for self-understanding. -- Paige P., High School Graduate

The test that whispered me the words: 'You are not retarded, just different'. I always felt the majority did not understand me and observed me as 'different'. And they were right. I spoke in the language of a minority and of course they did not get it. Now I know I need to master the lingo of extroverts & sensors to be satisfied and successful.-- Gojmir J., entrepreneur, educator, and business man from Solvenia

Liked that it was explained as my personality and personal style - great test. -- Robin Vd., Office manager

External Reviews on MBTI®:

I'm always amazes that for 15 years every time I take the Myers-Briggs test, I'm an INFJ. I feel like I've changed but I guess not. -- posted by twibelle111 ‏@twibelle111

Btw Guise, if you want to learn more about your personality and self.. Do a Myers Briggs® personality test. Thank me later.... -- posted by Big A ‏@ArumTheChamp

This Myers Briggs® test was scary on how accurate it was on me -- posted by Daniel Castelli ‏@daniel_castelli

I did the full-day Myers Briggs® too, but the 72 question online quiz is just as accurate. MBTI® is so telling & interesting! -- posted by Amy Ng ‏@amyleighng @RichardSPearson

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a fascinating & powerful tool. If you disagree it's because you did not have a certified administer. -- posted by Derek Ma ‏@derekma

Took the Myers-Briggs test on my lunch.. It explained a lot. -- posted by Amber Johnson ‏@AJMarie0527

We just did the Myers-Briggs again. Almost the whole class is opposites with their significant others. Opposites attract. -- posted by Lafayette Melton ‏@LAFgoesON

Looking back at my Myers-Briggs personality results. Im shocked at how accurate this is. -- posted by Trez Byrd ‏@tbyrd423

Ever wondered about the correlation between Myers Briggs® and Enneagram types? Here's some info http://ow.ly/hskvB -- posted by Heidi Reimer-Epp ‏@heidi_r

This class is making me want Myers-Briggs data on EVERYTHING. What types are more likely to enjoy cat videos? Jazz? Rugby? Journaling? -- posted by Amanda Uhme ‏@auhme82

ew myers-briggs personality tests are dead on it's almost creepy -- posted by Liz LaRosa ‏@lizzzlemonnn

So close! I'm in this class and practicing my myers-briggs skillz. I can't figure out if I'm an ENFP or ENTP.@SpaceCadetYarn -- posted by Brigitte ‏@BrigitteLyons @meganauman

Learning the Myers-Briggs Types has really helped me understand why certain people, places & things get on my nerves. HIGHLY recommend this. -- posted by Janelle Okwodu ‏@okjanelle

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