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Eskhill & Co | Green House at Eskhill | 15A Inveresk Village | Musselburgh | EH21 7TD | Tel: 0131 271 4000

Myers Briggs Personality Indicator

Successful business relationships develop from an appreciation that people with different working and communication styles complement each other. We work with clients using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). MBTI is the most widely used personality questionnaire in the world.

The Myers Briggs way:

The MBTI is a framework for understanding preference, based on the work of Jung. Jung's theory suggests that we use preferences in gathering information and making decisions. We also have preferences as to where we draw our energy from and the lifestyle we choose. As we gain in experience we develop our own ways of doing things. Knowing ourself and our natural preferences is the start point to understanding the preferences of others. The MBTI is recognised as a powerful tool and can be used to help us think about individual or team preferences to improve performance as well as to understand the source of many conflicts. Both of Eskhill & Co's partners are qualified to deliver the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). An MBTI assessment can be carried out as part of a coaching programme or included in conflict coaching or as a stand-alone session.

MBTI can help in the following ways:

avoid conflict - understand difference build and improve teams communicating effectively decision-making - problem solving help others communicate with you self-development - career development selling and influencing stress management understand organisation culture Whatever the circumstances of your life, whatever your personal ties, work and responsibilities, the understanding of type can make perceptions clearer, your judgements sounder, and your life closer to your heart's desire. Isabel Briggs Myers, Gifts Differing

MBTI Personality Type

Understanding our own preferences can help us apply our natural skills at work.
Eskhill & Co
Realising Potential
Eskhill & Co 2019
Eskhill & Co | Green House at Eskhill | 15A Inveresk Village | Musselburgh EH21 7TD | Tel: 0131 271 4000

Myers Briggs Personality Indicator

Successful business relationships develop from an appreciation that people with different working and communication styles complement each other. We work with clients using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). MBTI is the most widely used personality questionnaire in the world.

The Myers Briggs way:

The MBTI is a framework for understanding preference, based on the work of Jung. Jung's theory suggests that we use preferences in gathering information and making decisions. We also have preferences as to where we draw our energy from and the lifestyle we choose. As we gain in experience we develop our own ways of doing things. Knowing ourself and our natural preferences is the start point to understanding the preferences of others. The MBTI is recognised as a powerful tool and can be used to help us think about individual or team preferences to improve performance as well as to understand the source of many conflicts. Both of Eskhill & Co's partners are qualified to deliver the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). An MBTI assessment can be carried out as part of a coaching programme or included in conflict coaching or as a stand-alone session.

MBTI can help in the following ways:

avoid conflict - understand difference build and improve teams communicating effectively decision-making - problem solving help others communicate with you self-development - career development selling and influencing stress management understand organisation culture Whatever the circumstances of your life, whatever your personal ties, work and responsibilities, the understanding of type can make perceptions clearer, your judgements sounder, and your life closer to your heart's desire. Isabel Briggs Myers, Gifts Differing

MBTI Personality Type

Understanding our own preferences can help us apply our natural skills at work.
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Eskhill & Co 2019