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L’introduction au MBTI Niveau II - MATÉRIEL RECOMMENDÉ

L’introduction au MBTI Niveau II - MATÉRIEL RECOMMENDÉ

SKU: WK03K-2


(Remarque : Actuellement disponible uniquement en anglais)

1. MBTI ® Step II ™ Manual
2. Understanding Your MBTI ® Step II ™ Results booklet
3. MBTI ® Step II ™ User's Guide



Increase your knowledge of Form Q and its appropriate use

This comprehensive manual, with a foreword by Peter Myers and Katharine Myers, includes technical information to help consultants gain a thorough understanding of Form Q and its appropriate use. The manual also offers interpretation tips and applications. Using this resource, consultants will be better able to assist clients in applying their Step II results to their work and personal lives.

Naomi L. Quenk, Allen L. Hammer, Mark S. Majors


This 32-page guide is designed for people who have just taken the Step II instrument to help them gain a greater understanding of type through their Step II facet results. Explaining the various types of information available on the Step II Interpretive Report and Profile, this is the perfect supplemental piece when purchasing Form Q. An excellent tool for trainers to enhance client understanding and development through clear descriptions and exercises and designed as a participant workbook for Working With MBTI Step II Results training programs.

Jean Kummerow and Naomi L. Quenk

3. MBTI ® Step II ™ User's Guide

Sharpen your Step II ™ interpretation skills with this invaluable new practitioner’s tool

This new MBTI ® Step II resource offers practical insights into administering and interpreting the MBTI Form Q for maximum results. The 128-page guide provides useful facts, new perspectives on personality type and the Step II approach, and detailed practical advice that will enhance your work with clients. In addition to providing an overview of the historical, theoretical and practical context that underlie the Step II assessment, the guide offers expanded information on each of the 20 facets, from their definitions to how they are scored and interpreted, with specific information on how to administer the instrument, explain the results, and avoid misinterpreting the detailed information that the Step II tool provides.

Naomi L. Quenk & Jean M. Kummerow