Ten more books about MBTI and type that you can't afford to be without!

Posted 12 Sep 2014 by sitecore\OPP Ltd

In the second of our blog posts looking at 20 invaluable books about MBTI® and type, we review another ten titles that have impressed MBTI practitioners or been a key support in their work with the MBTI assessment. As with the first batch, the books featured here are listed in no particular order, and comments are from individual reviewers who responded to our request for reviews on the Linked In group OPP Qualified Professionals.

Work Types11. Work Types – understand your personality, Jean M. Kummerow, Nancy J. Barger and Linda K. Kirby (2010)

 

16 Personality Types12. The 16 Personality Types: Profiles, Theory, & Type Development, Dr. A.J. Drenth (2013)

 

Navigating Midlife13. Navigating Midlife – Using Typology as a Guide, Eleanor Corlett and Nancy B. Millner (1993)

 

Portraits of Type14. Portraits of Type: An MBTI Research Compendium Paperback, by Avril Thorne and Harrison Gough (1991)

Introduction to Type and the 8 Jungian Functions15. Introduction to Type and the Eight Jungian Functions, Margaret T. Hartzler, Robert W. McAlpine, and Leona Haas (2003)

 

Growing Spiritually with the Myers-Briggs

16. Growing Spiritually with the Myers-Briggs Model, Julia McGuinness (2009)

 

 

Personality Type: an Owner's manual

17. Personality Types: an Owner’s Manual, Lenore Thomson (1998)

 

Do What You Are

18. Do What You Are – Discover the Perfect Career for You through the Secrets of Personality Type, by Paul D. Tieger and Barbara Barron-Tieger (revised edition 2014)

 

The Character of Organisations

19. The Character of Organisations, using personality type in organisational development, William Bridges (2000)

 

Shaping up your Program

20. Shape up your Program! Tips, teasers & thoughts for type trainers, Margaret Fields and John Reid (1999)

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