Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

As an MBTI Certified Coach, I specialize in helping individuals understand and leverage their unique personality traits through the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) framework. Together, we explore the different dimensions of your personality, such as your preferences for extraversion or introversion, sensing or intuition, thinking or feeling, and judging or perceiving.

In our coaching sessions, I guide you in discovering your MBTI type and interpreting its implications for your personal and professional life. We delve into understanding your natural strengths, communication style, decision-making processes, and preferred ways of interacting with the world.

Through this process, we uncover valuable insights about yourself and how you relate to others. I provide a supportive space for you to explore and reflect on your MBTI type, helping you embrace your unique qualities and appreciate the diversity of others.

As your MBTI coach, I assist you in applying this newfound self-awareness to various aspects of your life, such as improving your communication skills, navigating relationships, making career choices aligned with your personality, and maximizing your personal growth.

With tailored guidance and practical strategies, I empower you to harness the strengths of your MBTI type and overcome any challenges that may arise. Together, we create a roadmap for personal development and goal attainment, enabling you to thrive and achieve success while staying true to your authentic self.

Clifton StrengthsFinder

As a StrengthsFinder Certified Coach I help you make the most of your human potential. 

People who focus on using their strengths are 6x as likely to be engaged in their jobs and 3X as likely to report having an excellent quality of life. 

“The new purpose of business — and the future of work — must include making the most of human potential.”

The way work gets done is changing: It’s more creative, more collaborative and faster-paced than ever before.

The good news is that people crave opportunities to learn and grow. They yearn to do more and become more.

People need continual learning and development opportunities to stay up to date. Understanding their strengths helps people choose the development path that is most likely to help them sustain a long, successful and productive career and quality of life.

The most effective way to develop and empower people is to help them use their strengths.

Why? Because it’s proven to have a significant effect on key performance outcomes.

When people know what makes them talented and unique, they know how to improve their job performance and build stronger relationships. And they feel like they’re improving every day.

When people are encouraged to use their talents to pursue a goal, individual engagement, team performance and the company’s business metrics improve.

“The whole world changes a little to a lot every time a coach reaches one more person.”— Jim Clifton, Gallup Chairman and CEO