Why use JTI



JTI as a management tool

By using JTI in your organization, you will learn that every employee is equally important when it comes to creating good results for your organization as a whole. As a manager you will get a better understanding of your employees and how good collaboration leads to good results.

JTI can be used to optimize work processes or to solve continuous conflicts involving a situation or relationship in the workplace; such as conflicts between employees or between management and employees. Examples where JTI can be used in your organization:

  • Teambuilding
  • Leadership Development
  • Communication
  • Cooperation
  • Process Optimization
  • Change management
  • Coaching
  • Conflict management
  • Stress management
  • Talent development
  • Personal development

By using JTI as a tool in your organization, you will learn that every employee has a different profile and personality type, and that these differences in personality types are a strength rather than a weakness. By becoming aware of your employee’s or colleagues’ JTI profiles it becomes easier to communicate. Good communication between managers and employees, and colleagues in between, is a good starting point for collaboration. Ultimately, good communication and work relations all contribute to a better working environment, higher employee satisfaction, and in the end better results for the organization.



JTI and employee development

One of the advantages of implementing JTI in your organization is the fact that you will have a common language everyone can relate to. It will also lead to employees being more responsible for ensuring a good working environment.

When a person becomes aware of their own JTI profile, it will enhance their understanding of others and why collaboration with some employees or colleagues is less conflict-filled than with others. It provides you with an understanding of your own personality, the personality of others and interaction between people. JTI can therefore be used as a tool to change bad communication and collaboration in the workplace. However, this only works if the employees take responsibility for their own JTI profile and learn how to use the new knowledge in their own development towards changing bad collaborative relationships.



The advantage of JTI as a development tool

Jungian Type Index provides a wide range of benefits to the business:

  • Personal development for both managers and employees
  • A common language for the organization
  • Better job satisfaction for employees
  • Increased productivity
  • More recognition of the individual employee
  • Better results
  • Reduces conflicts leading to lower productivity
  • Visible strengths and weaknesses in a group
  • Understanding of the individual employee's place in the organization
  • Easy to understand

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Respondents will have the following options to select the language they prefer to answer the test:

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  • Dutch
  • English
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  • Finnish
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
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  • Polish
  • Spanish
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