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Creating Adaptive Leaders and Organizations: Advantages of the New Kolb Learning Cycle and Styles Inventory as Compared with the MBTI

This article explains why using the Kolb Learning Styles Inventory is a more effective resource for leaders and organizations to identify their traits and behaviors than the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) test. The main takeaways are that learning styles allow for more flexibility and assign comfort zones and preferences, where as the MBTI test is more focused on fixed traits and runs the risk of placing people in boxes.

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Kay Peterson and Merryn Rutledge

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