The Myers-Briggs Company & MBTI assessment in the news – top articles from 2022

Posted 19 January 2023 by
Melissa Summer

2 min. read

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is one of the most well-known personality assessments in use today. From dating apps to corporate learning and development programs, this assessment continues to capture the interest of people looking to better understand themselves.

And while we haven’t been able to completely stop the misinformation disseminated online about the assessment, The Myers-Briggs Company’s proactive public relations program has garnered attention for the positive use of the assessment throughout both HR industry publications and general media.

See below for the roundup of the top 2022 articles related to the MBTI assessment or that one of The Myers-Briggs Company’s experts contributed to:

HR and business publications:
Achieving Equity Through Understanding Conflict
Association for Talent Development (ATD)

Planning a major organizational change? Personality type can help.

Many Introverts Dread the Office Return. Some Also Can’t Wait.
Wall Street Journal

Why personality type matters in return to the office
Canadian HR Reporter (webinar)

How to create a hybrid work environment that increases employee satisfaction and retention
Training Industry

Better pay isn’t always the key to retaining talent
Talent Culture

The mistake bosses are making on mental health — and how to fix it
The Business Journals

Board Diversity: Is It Important, and How Are We Doing?
Board Leadership

Conflict and the Hybrid Worker

Other MBTI-related articles:

Can Myers-Briggs Compatibility Data Help You Find Your Romantic Match?
Brit + Co

The ESFP Personality Type: Key Traits, Weaknesses, Compatibility & More

Tips to survive going back to the office when you’re an introvert who doesn’t want to
Introvert, Dear

Want to read more? Check out the articles section of our newsroom where you can sort articles by topics like leadership, conflict, team/culture, and more.

You can also find more articles in The Myers-Briggs Magazine on covering topics from building teams to building relationships.

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