The MBTI® Step I™ and Step II™ reports and other products being refreshed feature a completely new visual design and layout that makes them more contemporary, accessible, engaging, and relevant for the user. Content improvements are also being made to update the language describing MBTI type theory for increased comprehension and usability. The refreshed products will include new and/or enhanced graphics to reinforce key concepts.
Some key products to note are the newly refreshed Introduction to Myers-Briggs® Type booklets: Introduction to Myers-Briggs® Type, Introduction to Myers-Briggs® Type and Communication, and Introduction to Myers-Briggs® Type in Organizations. In addition to the improvements mentioned above, these new editions, available in both print and PDF formats, will each offer complimentary access to an all-new companion website. Each companion website is specifically designed to help users continue their exploration of the MBTI tool and reinforce their learning.
Each complimentary companion website presents MBTI type concepts in a dynamic digital format to enhance learning and retention. It is intended to be used in conjunction with either the printed or PDF booklet and is designed to enable individuals to further explore the MBTI assessment and Myers-Briggs type after their initial training.
The companion website both overlaps and complements the booklet, with content designed for increased engagement and comprehension of more complex concepts, such as type dynamics. Other content is exclusive to the website—for example, the companion website for the Introduction to Myers-Briggs® Type (7th ed.) booklet includes a bonus section that focuses on stress management as it relates to each type.
No. Access codes for the Introduction to Myers-Briggs® Type companion websites will not be available for purchase. This is to prevent a disjointed and potentially confusing user experience that could result from pairing the old version of an Introduction to Myers-Briggs® Type booklet with the new companion website, which features differences in content, layout, and type language.
For most customers, there should be no need to purchase access codes separately, because the new version of the booklet (both print and PDF formats) includes an access code free of charge.
No. You will need a separate code to access the companion website for a different booklet in the Introduction to Myers-Briggs® Type series. You can obtain an access code by purchasing the corresponding booklet in either print or PDF format.
Should you encounter issues with an access code, simply complete the help form on MBTItype.com and a CPP Customer Relations specialist will contact you to provide assistance.
The following refreshed reports are available in both reported and verified type versions: the MBTI® Step I™ Interpretive Report, the MBTI® Step I™ Interpretive Report for Organizations, the MBTI® Step II™ Interpretive Report, the MBTI® Personal Impact Report, and the MBTI® Communication Style Report.
The MBTI® Profile and the MBTI® Step II™ Profile do not have a verified type version.