Posted by on October 19, 2017
In the beginning of October, Cornerstone took the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment in order to better understand what our personality types are. Myers-Briggs is a self- report questionnaire that breaks down an individual’s psychological behavior into 16 type classes.
We came across some interesting discoveries after our assessments; first, the majority of us are introverts, the exceptions being Mackenzie and Christina. Also intriguing is the fact that we are split in half between intuitivism and sensors, and thinkers and feelers. The conclusion that there is one extraverted Planner and one introverted Planner for each location, and that we are evenly divided between the information and decision making dichotomies, might explain why our office dynamics balance so effortlessly.
Another curious finding is that between the judging and perceiving categories, every one of us falls into the judging group. Given our field of work, this makes perfect sense that we are made up of orderly and structured mentalities.
Here is what each of our ‘Types’ are:
Jill – ISFJ Susan – INFJ
Christina – ESFJ Mackenzie – ESTJ
Carrie – INTJ Taylor – INTJ