What is MBTI®?

The MBTI® is a model of understanding different types of personalities.

It allows you to identify your favourite modes of operation and those of people you interact with. It also gives you the opportunity to better understand yourself, to better understand your colleagues and to build relationships that are more efficient, productive and positive.


What is MBTI?

Applications of MBTI®

The MBTI® allows you to:

  • Improve your effectiveness and mitigate your weak points.
  • Improve your communication and leadership style. 
  • Better manage your stress. 
  • Better manage conflicts.
  • Accompany change with serenity.


  • Origins of MBTI®

    MBTI® (Myers and Briggs Type Indicator®) was developed by Katharine Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers in the United States, based on the work of psychologist Carl Gustav Jung.

    The MBTI® is probably the most widely used personality typology in the world.



  • What is the MBTI®?

    The MBTI® allows you to understand your preferred modes of operation for:

    • Recharge your batteries in contact with the outside world (Extraversion) or in your inner world (Introverted).
    • Perceiving information in a concrete (Sensation) or abstract (Intuition) way.
    • Make your decisions logically (Thinking) or subjective (Feeling).
    • Organize your life in a planned and organized way (Judgment) or adaptively and flexibly (Perception).



  • MBTI® 8 preferences

    The MBTI® identifies 8 preferences.

    Each of us naturally has a preference for:

    • Extraversion or Introversion: our source of energy: 
      • The person who has a preference for Extraversion gets his energy from the outside world. 
      • The person who has a preference for the Introversion will seek his energy in moments of calm and withdrawal.
    • Sensation or Intuition: 
      • Sensation is the function we use when we perceive information in a sensory, sequential way by focusing on factual and tangible reality (present or past). 
      • Intuition is the function we use when we link information, focusing on opportunities, links, projecting into the future, or making connections between past, present, and future. 
    • Thinking or Feeling: 
      • Thinking is the function we use when we make decisions based on logical criteria. 
      • Feeling is the function we use when we make decisions based on subjective criteria (agreement with a value system or taking into account the impact of the decision on the other - others).
    • Judgment or Perception: 
      • The preference for Judgment or Perception is an attitude that influences our way of organizing our life, in the external world, (our professional organization, private ...). 
      • The Judgment is looking for structure, predictability and continuity, where Perception seeks rather adaptability, variability. 
      • These preferences also have a significant influence on how we communicate.



  • 16 personality types

    The MBTI® identifies 16 types of personalities according to the combination of our preferences.