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1  x Introduction to Myers-Briggs Type and Teams - eBook 

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Introduction to Myers-Briggs Type and Teams - eBook

Help team members maximize their contributions and effectiveness

Introduction to Myers-Briggs® Type and Teams (3rd ed.) helps individuals understand how their MBTI® results relate to their contributions on a team. The eBook format is ideal for working in virtual situations, delivering a pdf direct to clients.

It features descriptions of the eight preferences and their effects on six core work issues: communication, team culture, leadership, change, problem solving/conflict resolution, and stress.

The third edition eBook includes the following enhancements:

  • New design for a refreshed look and feel
  • Improved content organisation and layout for better usability
  • Updated type language for easier comprehension of MBTI concepts
  • Updated content on understanding the type table and the five MBTI lenses through which to view team interaction
  • Complimentary access to the all-new companion website

Introduction to Myers-Briggs® Type and Teams Companion Website

This all-new companion website presents MBTI type concepts in a dynamic digital format to enhance learning and retention. The website is intended to be used in conjunction with the booklet and is designed to help individuals explore further the MBTI framework after an initial training. Each Introduction to Myers-Briggs® Type and Teams booklet purchased contains a unique access code that allows the owner to register for free unlimited access to the website.

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