Myers Briggs

Myers Briggs Assessment

Helping others learn more about themselvesLogo for Myers Briggs Type Indicator Assessment. It is yellow and orange and looks like a flower with the letters MBTI in black under it
As a certified Myers Briggs trainer, Managing Consultant Michelle Snyder administers and interprets personality type assessments. The results help leaders and staff learn more about themselves and those they work with. Then, Michelle interprets the results and creates successful strategies for teams so they can learn and grow better, together.

Through her Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®) Certified practice, Michelle applies her extensive training to improve the performance of an organization’s people and teams through the MBTI assessment.

“Good type development can be achieved at any age by anyone who cares to understand his or her own gifts and the appropriate use of those gifts.” – Isabel Briggs Myers

Personality type assessment boosts success
MBTI is an invaluable tool to churches and nonprofits that desire their people to fully understand themselves and each other. This understanding can strengthen a person’s personal and professional growth. In addition, it can bolster a team’s ability to work better together and achieve greater success. Understanding the personality types of others helps leaders and staff adjust communication styles. And, they can learn to be more flexible with congregant and/or client needs as they arise.

The MBTI results give people helpful feedback about themselves and how they are different from others. In churches and nonprofits, this understanding is useful for:

  • Conflict management
  • Performance improvement
  • Employee coaching
  • Management development
  • Executive coaching

"Thank you for your work with us at Trinity. To a person, everyone was more than pleased with your data driven consultation. We valued your fresh approach, and your wonderful sense of humor. You truly related to everyone and we all felt like you "got us." Our work with Crows Feet Consulting was eye opening for many and generally motivational for all."

— Minnesota ELCA Church


Michelle Snyder
(814) 758-2056