Welcome to my Myers Briggs resource page!

Sorry, this section is still under construction! So far only three resources to list.

  1. Type Talk by Otto Kroeger & Janet M. Thuesen
  2. Type Talk at Work by Otto Kroeger & Janet M. Thuesen
  3. Please Understand Me: Character Temperament Types by David Keirsey & Marilyn Bates

Type Talk:

This book gives some very insightful write ups of the various MB types (16 in all). It also does some interesting work in listing Temperaments, which are 4 two letter types. I recomend this book. The major downfall is that this book does not provide an indicator test to help predict a person's type, but rather relies on introspection and observation.

Type Talk at Work:

This book has a singleness of focus which is the workplace. Within this context it is quite useful and would recommend it to all human resource specialists. The insights offered here could certainly save corporate America millions if not billions in lawsuits. Again, there is no indicator test listed within the book. They, understandably, suggest taking the actual Myers-Briggs Type Indicator which is a registered trademark of Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc. Palo Alto, CA 94303.

Please Understand Me: Character Temperament Types

The major strength of this book is that it does include a brief (70 question) indicator which can be used to predict the actual Myers Briggs results. It also gives a type analysis as well as a temperament analysis. Their section on Mating & Temperament is intriguing and worth of further study. I heartily recommend this book. If you are buying only one book related to Myers Briggs, this should be it.