Type Dynamics Indicator

The Type Dynamics Indicator (TDI®)

Unlocking the power of the world?s most widely used personality model the TDI® brings a new dimension to the model of Psychological Type – the most widely used model of personality.  Based on Carl Jung’s pioneering work, the Type Dynamics Indicator ® captures the essence of Jung’s thinking on personality preference in a way that makes it easier than ever before to access this essential resource for individual and team development offering;

  • a more penetrating exploration of Psychological Type
  • flexible administration and reporting
  • a truly Jungian approach to preference and development
  • short completion times without compromising reliability
  • unique normative approach to identifying clarity of preference
  • attractive design to aid motivation and completion
  • comprehensive range of reports e-mailed to you immediately
  • proven links to established Type assessments

You can download examples from our Sample Reports page.

More on the Type Dynamics Indicator

The TDI®), is a psychometric personality profile, which helps individuals to understand their personality ‘type’ preference and from that and with the support of an Authorised Facilitator provide help for them to develop their personal style and associated behaviours.

The TDI originated from the work of psychologist Carl Jung. His classic Jungian typology personality model was subsequently been brought to life in the modern day through the work of the mother and daughter team of Katherine Cook-Briggs and Isabel Briggs-Myers; they developed Jung’s work further to create one of the most well-known and trusted personality profiles tools used today.

Using a series of 4 bipolar scales individuals complete a questionnaire to help them identify their personality type preference from one of 16 different types.

Everyone is different and most certainly no better or worse than any other type. Psychological types are not boxes to put each other in rather they are there to highlight our “preference” or default behaviour, to make us aware of that and to embrace the impact that has on ourselves and others. Understanding and valuing individual differences is a great step forward in improving relationships with others.

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