Help individuals make better decisions and more impactful contributions with this new report.
The MBTI Decision-Making Style Report uses type preferences as a framework for understanding an individual's decision-making style. This online report helps individuals become better decision makers by alerting them to their decision-making strengths, potential challenges, and areas for development. Additionally, it explains how type dynamics impact their style and offers key questions to consider during the decision-making process to facilitate more comprehensive decisions.
The Tips and Action Steps section provides insights and suggestions to guide further coaching and development, including what to consider when presented with a difficult decision, how to tap others for decision-making assistance, and how individuals can flex their style to improve communication with others and enhance their decision making.
The MBTI Decision Making Style Report provides specific feedback on decision-making strengths, potential challenges, and areas for development. Additionally, it outlines how personality type dynamics impact communication style and offers key questions to consider during the decision-making process to facilitate more comprehensive decisions.
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Coaching Tips and Action Steps for Improving Decision Making
Understand How Your Personality Preferences Influence Your Decision-Making Style
Full Summary of Your MBTI Type Results
Outlines Decision Making Strengths and Potential Challenge Areas
Highlights How Your Decision Making Style Differs from Other Styles and Provides Actionable Steps for Managing Style and Behavior
All reports include a customized debrief from a certified MBTI consultant
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