Definition of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
This is a self-reporting questionnaire developed by Isabel Myers and Katherine Briggs (Myers mother). This questionnaire has multiple questions to ask yourself to identify your strengths, weaknesses, preferences, and judgment. The basic theory behind this model is that the individual develops certain behavior in a consistent manner which is influenced by his preferences and judgments. Four areas of personality are measured in this test - introvert vs extrovert, judging vs perceiving, thinking vs feeling, and sensing vs intuition. 1 factor is taken from each category and a four-letter result is obtained at the end which describes the personality. Maximum 16 personality types can be obtained from this test.
This test help people working in a group on certain projects to know each other’s strengths and weakness and assign tasks to each other according to it to achieve better results.