The Myers Briggs Step II™ Interpretive Report is a highly personalized narrative and graphical report that helps clients understand their Myers Briggs (MBTI®) Step I™ and Step II™ results. The 17-page report then applies those results to four important components of professional development: communication, decision making, change management, and conflict management.
The Myers Briggs (MBTI®)Step II™ personality inventory results in a four-page Step II Profile and an eighteen-page Interpretive Report. The details of Step II results show respondents their preferences further detailed into five components, called facets. The results come from responses on Form Q of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator assessment. The Step II report breaks down each preference into facets, which allow deeper analysis of type. “For example,” according to the Myers Briggs Type Indicator Step II Manual, “Extraversion-Introversion encompasses such facets as sociability, activity level, and expressiveness. A different measurement approach to Extraversion-Introversion might focus on a single facet, for example, sociability. In such an approach, the items making up that measure would ask only about the respondent’s attitudes or behaviors regarding sociability.”
To review a sample Myers Briggs report, please click on the link: Myers Briggs Assessment Online Sample Report
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