- It focuses on motivations and values as opposed to more intrinsic qualities like extraversion or introversion
- There are clear implications for how teams can communicate and work better together
- It’s easy to identify areas for personal growth
- The nine archetypes are a distinct yet manageable number to keep track of, as opposed to remembering 16 four-letter combinations or 34 individual strengths
You can pay for the full-length test or take a free, abridged version, but I’ve found a simpler self-typing exercise to be just as accurate. Many people who go the self-typing route identify with more than one archetype, and the process of reconciling to one primary type is an enlightening exercise in itself.