Jung Typology Model: The Contrictive Model Of Effective Leadership Behaviors

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This paper proposes a descriptive model of good leadership behaviors & traits based on the outcome of taking Thoroughgood’s destructive leadership behavior scale and personal results from the Jung Typology Test on personalities. In addition, it briefly describes the characteristics of destructive leadership behaviors and how it can become contagious. More importantly, it highlights the link between a successful leader, and the significance of how well their followers follows. The dynamic between the leader and follower is genuinely harmonious – you cannot have one without the other.
As with most mainstream expressions, there is some truth in the adage, "Great leaders are conceived, not made.” To some degree, the limit for awesome authority
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Possible score ranges from 28-140. The higher the score, the greater your leader’s destructive behavior. An inclining towards destructive behavior is an ugly characteristic of any leader, however it still warrants immediate attention because it is a genuine issue. We would be guileless to go about as though there is a cure; in any case, understanding DLB can help a leader in his or her diligent work to decrease its most noticeably bad impacts on …show more content…
Many have tremendous power to manipulate others with their phenomenal interpersonal skills and unique salesmanship. This type of personality trait could potentilly turn to DLB however, it is usually not meant as a form of manupliation. ENFJs are global learners. They see the big picture with expansive focus. Some can juggle an amazing number of responsibilities or projects simultaneously and many have tremendous entrepreneurial ability. Lastly, they are organized in the arena of interpersonal affairs but more importantly, they know and appreciate people which makes them better followers ("ENFJ,”

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