Table Talk

Jeff Thoren, DVM, ACC

One of the most useful tools for understanding team dynamics is the MBTI Type Table. The table can give you an instant look at a team or entire veterinary practice typologically. It’s also a helpful tool to raise awareness among team members about individual similarities and differences. 

To build your own team’s type table (download now by clicking on the PDF at the top of the page), write the names of each team member in the appropriate squares. Make sure that you have each individual’s permission to do this since each person’s type is his or hers to choose to disclose.

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