JTI Interpretation & Feedback Workshop

The JTI, developed as an alternative to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ®, provides focused assessment of personality based on Jung’s Model of Psychological Types. In addition to identifying a person’s preferred Type, the JTI uses a scaled approach to each psychological dimension, describing ‘preference’ in more detail than most Type indicators.

What the JTI Measures

The JTI is based on the work of Swiss Psychologist Carl Jung, who identified how our preferences influence the way we relate to the world and others around us. Jung’s model of Psychological Type identifies 4 dimensions of preference, including: Extraversion vs. Introversion (EI), Thinking vs. Feeling (TF) and Sensing vs. Intuiting (SN). The fourth dimension, Judging vs. Perceiving (JP), identifies a person’s dominant preference towards the world as either a Judging (T or F) or Perceiving attitude (S or N).

This workshop helps participants to

  • Identify the inherent preferences of an individual
  • Assess the individual’s compatibility with the job
  • Identify employees’ training and developmental needs
  • Manage the team effectively and reduce attrition
  • Develop and coach employees

Workshop Content

  • Application of Jung Type Indicator (JTI) Test  for training, development, and coaching
  • Detailed study of the JTI – 16 Psychological Types

Workshop Format

  • 1 day’s interactive classroom training on the theory, interpretation, feedback guidelines and practice sessions of the JTI