The Meyers Briggs Assessments gives you useful information on yourself and how that can applies to your career. It is a widely used tool that is valid and well thought of.

www. has a free version of the Meyers Briggs test. It is a handy no cost way of finding out about yourself. If you want to know more you will either need to pay for an additional report or do your own research.

Remember assessment information is to guide you not to pigeon hole. If you disagree it is either because it's inaccurate or you don't recognize yourself. Discuss with friends or a coach.

Author's Bio: 

David Couper is a career coach and writer who for the last twenty years has worked in Europe, Asia, and in the USA with major organizations including the BBC, Fuji Television, Mattel, Sony, and Warner Bros.

He has successfully coached individuals at all levels including CEOs of major companies wanting a new challenge, frustrated souls wanting to make their dream come true, and front-line employees laid off and desperate to get a job.

David has published seven books. His works on interpersonal skills, counseling in the workplace, and management issues (published by Connaught, Gower, HRD Press, Longman, Macmillan/Pearson Publishing, Oxford University Press) have been translated into Swedish, Polish, and Danish, and published in the UK and the USA.

David has a degree in Communication, a postgraduate qualification in education, is certified in a number of training technologies, and has a Masters in Psychology. He is a member of the American Society of Training and Development, Society of Human Resources Professional, Writers Guild and the British Academy of Film and Television.

He has dual US/UK citizenship and speaks French and Japanese.

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