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We offer a range of MBTI reports through our online platform OPPassessment.
All of the MBTI reports we sell are shown in the table below, from simple reports for the experienced practitioner showing results, to more in-depth interpretation on a range of applications.
The MBTI Personal Impact Report supports a comprehensive development experience by applying MBTI type knowledge to eight key development areas.
Appreciating and managing differences goes hand in hand with conflict management and relationship building. And that's where the MBTI Comparison Report: Work Styles shines.
The MBTI Interpretive Report for Organisations describes how an individual's MBTI type may be expressed in an organisational setting. It notes the respondent’s working style and their preferences in the workplace, building on employee strengths and developing areas relevant to your organisation.
The MBTI Career Report shows respondents how their Myers-Briggs personality type affects career suitability, and explores the benefits of choosing a job that is a good fit for type.
This MBTI Report considers how conflict is a natural part of everyone's working and personal life. Though it often appears to be triggered by a simple, straightforward issue, conflict often stems from some core element of trust, beliefs, authority or passion being challenged. This can lead to damaging conflict situations that waste time and effort in the workplace.
Help clients understand how the facets within their MBTI preferences affect how they express their type. This highly personalised report provides a comprehensive account of Step II results.
The MBTI Decision-Making Style Report uses Myers-Briggs type preferences as a framework for understanding an individual's decision-making style. It helps individuals make better decisions and more impactful contributions.
This top-level MBTI Profile Report offers you a simple two-page outline of personalised information about a respondent's type and associated MBTI characteristics.
Based on responses from both the FIRO-B and the MBTI instruments, this report provides leaders with an opportunity to look at both their preferences and their behaviours side by side, providing opportunity for discussion about similarities, possible inconsistencies and contradictions.
The MBTI Communication Style Report uses Myers-Briggs type preferences as a framework for understanding someone’s natural communication style and that of others, improving individual and team communication skills.