MBTI Step 2
The Myers Briggs Type Indicator Step 2 is a relatively recent addition to this powerful tool. Whilst the MBTI Step 1 is very effective at illustrating the fundamental ways in which we differ and experience the world, it (like any other tool) has its limitations. Perhaps you know two people of the same MBTI Personality Type, yet what you experience from them is so very different. The MBTI Step 2 takes each of the 8 scales from Step 1 and breaks them down into 5 sub-scales known as facets. This gives us not 4 ways in which we differ but 40! These are detailed below.
We can use this knowledge to help explain why similar MBTI personality types appear so very different. Let’s take the example below which explores the E/I dichotomy. Whilst in this case, the overall preference is for Extraversion (E), only 3 of the 5 facets are preferred, giving rise to an intimate and quiet Extravert. To some, a person with this preference may come across as a mistaken Introvert. Someone with a preference for all 5 of the Extraversion facets would come across very differently when compared to this example. The same is true for all 4 dichtomies.
MBTI Step 2 test online with Interpretive Report
Complete the MBTI® Step 2 test online, receive your official MBTI® results with an in-depth interpretive report supported by professional telephone feedback call. The MBTI® Step 2 is ideal for leaders and managers or anyone wanting to understand their personality type in more detail and how they express their type through behaviour. If you have not completed the MBTI® before and do not know your best fit type, your feedback will be in two parts. Part 1. 90 minute feedback call to determine best fit type. Part 2 90 minutes to take you through your MBTI® Step 2 results.
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