Myers-Briggs team building activity will teach people about their unique personality types. So everyone will learn about each others personality traits.
It is important to look at the differences between the systems available and make an informed choice as to what is best for your team building activity.
Your team will have fun, and enjoy their time together and definitely bond with one another!
You will make an investment in your team that will have a lasting effect.
People on the team will know how to communicate with one another after the event.
Myers-Briggs system is right for your team building activity because:
It is analyzing the same thing as True Colors and provides more detailed information about the different personality types by breaking them down into sixteen different combinations of four basic combinations of personality type differences.
For example one pair evaluated is Introvert vs. Extrovert, identified as E or I. This factor is not analyzed by True Colours, but does influence the communication color.
Disadvantages as compared to True Colors:
The Kolbe system integrates well with True Colours to determine a persons overall Excellence Zone™.
Disadvantages of Kolbe in comparison:
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