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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Career Development



Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) in career development can provide a rationale for vocational choices. The MBTI helps people see why they selected a particular occupation, provides insight into why they are satisfied or dissatisfied with it, and removes some of the guess work from the process of selecting a new occupation.



Discover your preferred working environment, and the kind of

people you prefer to interact with.
Interview for career information.

Present information to people by appealing to the receiver's

preferred type.

  Analyze those aspects of a job that you like and do well.

  Investigate the role of personality type in career satisfaction.

  Learn what are the most important features of your ideal job.



Course overview - Welcome/Introduction/Expectations
Characteristics of work - Like and do well grid

Current and ideal jobs

Preferred people environment

Preferred working conditions

Career search strategies

Informational interviewing

Next steps - Action planning



Employees at all levels.  Class size maximum 24 participants.


Introduction to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.


Course Length

One full workday, with two 15-minute breaks and 1 hour for lunch.