Objectives and Mission
About Us

"When people differ, a knowledge of type lessens friction and eases strain. In addition it reveals the value of differences. No one has to be good at everything."
Isabel Briggs Myers

The mission of the Myers & Briggs Foundation is to continue the pioneering work of Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers in the field of psychological type, especially the ethical and accurate use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument.


These goals are achieved through the following methods:

  • Extending the benefits of psychological type throughout the world
  • Expanding the MBTI® theory to encompass new understanding and research
  • Encouraging the development and use of tools appropriate to the understanding of psychological type as a complex dynamic system
  • Educating through conferences, symposia, and the publication of monographs

From the Myers & Briggs Foundation Charter

My MBTI Personality Type
MBTI® Basics
Take the MBTI® Instrument
Hiring an MBTI® consultant
My MBTI® Results
Understanding MBTI® Type Dynamics
Type in Everyday Life
MBTI® Type at Work
Personality and Careers
Type Use in the Professions
Type and Learning
Psychological Type and Relationships
Type in Personal Growth
Using Type as a Professional
Become Certified to Administer the MBTI® Tool
MBTI® Certification Program
Training Applications
MBTI® Master Practitioners
MBTI® Step II Instrument
MBTI® Step III Instrument
Versions of the MBTI® Questionnaire
Purchasing MBTI® Materials
More About Type
Books & Articles
Research and the MBTI® Tool
MBTI® Organizations
International Use
Trusting MBTI® Information on the Web
Permissions
About Us
Objectives and Mission
Ethical Use of the MBTI® Instrument
Isabel Briggs Myers Memorial Research Awards
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