Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team with All Types

The goal of The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team Powered by All Types is to help teams achieve greater effectiveness and productivity. It is designed exclusively for teams within organizations that prefer personality-indicator tools based on Carl Jung’s theory of psychological types, like the MBTI® instrument.

All Types™ explores who you are by asking 4 fundamental questions about human nature, which are then divided into 8 preferences and you will fall somewhere along each continuum preference.  So you don’t need to decide “which one am it”, you need to determine, “which one is more comfortable”, and the assessment will determine which side of the continuum you have a natural preference for.  The  four preference combined, will determine your Type code.   There are 16 possible types, and all are equally valuable.

1. Where do you get your energy?

External: Extroverts get energy from engaging with people.  They’re social and talkative.
Internal: Introverts like time on own to process information.  They get energy from private thoughts and processing ideas on their own.

2. What do you pay attention to?

Sensing: They’re practical and trust information they receive from their 5 senses.
Intuiting: They focus on what what could be.  Focus on patterns and relationship among ideas.

3. How do you make decisions?

Thinking:  Decisions are made based on what makes most logical senses.  They would rather not let emotion influence their decision.
Feeling: They use personal values to guide decision making.  They consider the impact their decision will have on others.

4. How much structure do you need?

Judging: They like world to be structured and organized.  They prefer to make decisions as soon as possible.
Perceiving.  Like to keep their options open so they can jump on new opportunities.  They’re adaptable and spontaneous. Schedules and structure make them aggravated.

Profile highlights:

  • Personalized assessment results for individual and team
  • Strong visuals illustrate key messages
  • Context-specific feedback
  • Tips and strategies for improving teamwork effectiveness
  • Opportunity for building an action plan

SAMPLES: powered by All Types

Individual Report 
Annotated Team Report 
Team Poster

Each person on the team is required to complete an individual assessment.  Once the entire team has completed the assessment, the annotated team report and team poster will be available (no extra charge).

Buy the individual report.