Sunnyval, Calif., April 29, 2015—CPP, Inc. (CPP.com), the exclusive publisher of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment, today announced the MBTI® Comparison Report: Work Styles, which will replace the MBTI® Work Styles Report. Thoughtfully enhanced with feedback from experienced MBTI practitioners, the report is designed to help any two individuals learn to use their similarities and differences productively and build upon their combined strengths to improve workplace relationships.
“Regardless of the technology that evolves around us in the workplace, successful working environments will always require collaboration between individuals, and thus, personalities will remain a key factor in achieving streamlined business value for any organization,” said Michael Segovia, lead facilitator for CPP’s MBTI Certification Program. “With a number of new design enhancements and simplified descriptive language, it’s never been easier to understand how our personalities affect the way we conduct ourselves in the workplace.”
Key Features and Benefits of the MBTI® Comparison Report: Work Styles
- Side-by-side Type Comparison: The new report eliminates interpretation and guesswork by providing a side-by-side comparison of any two MBTI types, which enables users to see where preferences intersect, as well as their strengths and potential blind spots
- Actionable Insights: The report provides insights into the four core development areas of an effective working relationship, enabling users to receive comprehensive coaching using just a single report
- Helps Make Coaching Stick: The report provides users with several actionable “next steps” to facilitate improved working relationships and make the coaching stick
“We’re thrilled to offer the insight that has made the MBTI® Work Styles Report a go-to favorite in a refreshed, easier to use and more engaging offering that meets the needs that MBTI users have expressed to us,” says Jennifer Overbo, Director of MBTI® Product Strategy for CPP.
To learn more and download the sample report, please visit: cpp.com/MBTIComparison