MBTI® Communication Style Report
Learn to communicate more efficiently by understanding how your personality type best interacts with others.
Communication skills are highly coveted by organizations and businesses as well as being beneficial in working and personal relationships. Understanding how you best communicate with others can help you efficiently resolve conflict, express yourself, get points across, and interact better overall with the people around you. With the information gained from the MBTI® Communication Style Report, you’ll learn how to best talk and listen in a way that’s advantageous in several areas of your life.
With the increasing importance that is placed on interpersonal communications and people skills, knowing how to best communicate with others is incredibly beneficial, both in the work place and at home. The Communication Style Report breaks down each letter of your MBTI type (E and I, S and N, T and F, and J and P)—so that you may see all of the ways that you exchange information with others—and then gives you an overall assessment of your personality type as a whole.
With details from each letter of your MBTI type, you’ll learn your communicative strengths (what natural abilities your MBTI personality type brings to your interactions with others), how you approach interactions (what role you play in the conversation or discussion), and how best to communicate with your opposite types. When you view your type as a whole, you’ll also discover how you prefer to receive information and how you prefer to offer information. Communication tips round out your report, offering instructions on how to improve your communication skills with your newly discovered knowledge.
The MBTI Communication Style Report can be beneficial when applied to various situations:
- To resolve relationship quarrels, disagreements, or inabilities to express yourself
- To avoid or help fix conflict in team settings
- To augment yourself in the workplace
- To learn how to be more open with your thoughts and feelings
- To understand how others communicate and to tailor your communicative approaches accordingly