The Jung Type Indicator (JTI) assesses personality within Carl Jung’s framework of Psychological Type. This model identifies dimensions of personality preference including: Extraversion vs. Introversion (EI), Thinking vs. Feeling (TF) and Sensing vs. Intuiting (SN) and Judging vs. Perceiving (JP).
Through this exploration, differences that can be the source of much misunderstanding and miscommunication are understood and more amenably resolved.
The Jung Type Indicator helps people to become appreciative and tolerant towards other preferred styles of communication and patterns of behaviour that are the result of personality types different from their own.
This makes the Jung Type Indicator an alternative to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
The Jung Type Indicator personality test assists individuals to understand their preferences for taking in information and making decisions, as well as how a person prefers to focus their attention and how they prefer to live their life. By identifying personality preferences and how they impact on areas including thinking style, interpersonal styles and problem-solving, the Jung Type Indicator is a valuable tool in providing greater self-awareness.
Because the assessment explains basic patterns in human functioning, the Jung Type Indicator is used for a wide variety of purposes including the following:
The Jung Type Indicator assessment test takes about 15 minutes to complete.
Alison Price is a Chartered Psychologist and an Occupational Psychologist who is experienced in applying psychometrics, including the Jung Type Indicator, and has the required qualifications to administer the assessment and provide valuable feedback one-to-one.
Should you be interested in using the Jung Type Indicator, whether for your own development or within your organisation, please contact Alison for further information.