Happy Birthday Isabel Briggs Myers
On this day in 1897, Isabel Briggs Myers was born. Isabel was the co-creator of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) which she developed alongside her mother Katharine Cook Briggs. Their work built on the theories of Carl Jung.
The MBTI has become the world's leading personality profiling tool and provides people with a fascinating insight into their personality. Armed with the knowledge gained from Myers Briggs, people can really gain some deep self understanding and also can really use it for self deveopment.
Once you have a better understanding of yourself, the MBTI can then be used to help you interact better with those around you.
We love Myers Briggs at Growforward and it is our passion to share it with as many people as we can. We offer Myers Briggs self discovery sessions to individuals, which come with a 90 minute feedback session, a 16 page personal report and a copy of the book "Introduction to Type" for a bargain price of just £99.
We honestly cannot tell you the full value of this information to your life, if you use it to the full. And if you don't believe us, have a look at what some of our previous clients have said....
"Extremely interesting and eye opening! It genuinely surprised me how accurate the results were. The whole experience, including an explanation of Myers Briggs and how the concept first came about, was delivered in a friendly and professional way from start to finish. I would definitely recommend it as something you have to experience/try - even those who are perhaps sceptical about the idea."
"Most recently I took the plunge to explore Myers Briggs, Chris provided me with all the information I needed to realise its (and my) true potential. Completion of the initial assessment itself was very straightforward, and the one to one session was particularly valuable and insightful, not only in understanding my own results but also in understanding what this means from other's perspectives. All in all valuable to my own self-development."
“It was a great experience to do Myers Briggs with Growforward. I learned so much about other people and myself. I found it applies to everyday life and has been very helpful in both my professional and personal life. It taught me to take a different approach for different people because not everyone takes things the same way. I would recommend trying it out it’s surprising what you don't know about yourself!”