- The participants/coachees will be notified about the use of MBTI® during a preliminary interview or kick-off: ‘What is MBTI® and why do we use MBTI®?
- The trainer-coach mails the electronic questionnaire , together with the required instructions , to the participants.
- The participant fills in the questionnaire (preferably in a quiet moment), saves it (on his own PC) and sends the saved document to a specific e-mail address .
- The trainer-coach is automatically notified and downloads the MBTI® report .
- During the individual MBTI® debriefing interview, the participant receives the MBTI® report and an MBTI® book (see above).
Years ago Bureau Jos Moons chose to always conduct the MBTI® debriefing on an individual basis.
Advantages of the individual MBTI® debriefing:
- The participant understands the MBTI® reporting correctly
- The participant can also ‘translate’ the MBTI® reporting to his/her practice
- The participant defines his/her ‘best fit type’ (see explanation below).
- No (debriefing) loss of time in the next project step (e.g. team building)
- The participant is better capable of implementing the MBTI® insights, during the projects, but also afterwards in the daily working/living environment.
The individual MBTI® debriefing is conducted as follows…
- This interview lasts 1h30/pp (step 1) or 2h/pp (Step 2) and is fully in accordance with the professional debriefing method as instructed by OPP®.
- Trainer-coach and participant meet
- Basic explanation of MBTI®
- Self Assessed Type: the participant anticipates his/her type (the report is not shown yet)
- Reported Type: coach and participant discuss the report
- Best-Fit Type: if there is a difference between ‘self assessed type’ (3) and reported type (4) coach and participant together search for the ‘best fit type’. It is very important to do this professionally!