4 April 2022 | By John Hackston

Millions of people around the world have completed the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment. It has helped them communicate more effectively, resolve conflicts, and improve their relationships both in and out of the workplace. So why not use it for hiring? Well, for the same reason that you wouldn’t use a screwdriver to bang in a nail or a hammer to put in a screw: The tool wasn’t designed for that purpose. In fact, the very qualities that make the MBTI such a great tool for personal development make it poorly suited to staffing selections. Let’s look at these in more detail.

Read the full article at Association for Talent Development.