For a team to excel, there must be cohesion among its members. Beyond skills to achieve the task, there must be proper management and use of the “individuality” of each member. This “individuality” depends mainly on personal preferences and personality styles.
People with different styles have different ways of seeing the world and very different ways of judging situations, leading to different interpretations and different ways of acting.
The Myers Briggs Type Indicator is very useful for members of a team and an organization to understand their individual preferences, where their strengths and potential weaknesses are and how to use their differences constructively to achieve optimal results.
It is a powerful tool of knowledge and group interaction that improves communication, minimizes conflicts and establishes the most appropriate role for each member, leading the team to increased performance.