Myers-Briggs Inventory Case Study

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What were your results on the Myers-Briggs Inventory? What formal leadership styles identified in Communication in Small Groups: Theory, Process, and Skills (Cragan et al., 2009, p. 195) do you embody? What are your learning preferences, and how are these similar or different to what was described in chapter 6 in The Multigenerational Workplace: Communicate, Collaborate, and Create Community (Abrams & von Frank, 2014). How do these concepts relate or not relate to the results on the Myers-Briggs Inventory?
My results of the Myers-Briggs Inventory were ESTJ =Guardian Temperament

What leadership styles does your team leader use?

What is the impact of different leadership styles on group dynamics in a multigenerational team?

How do you build trust in a team when it is
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The dynamics of team interaction is quite complex, because there are things people do better together, and so there are things that leaders and members can do to support those efforts. However, a multitalented team doesn’t always equal a successful outcome. Therefore, specific techniques must be implemented to establish a pathway to group success. Team leaders and members need to make the team expectations perfectly clear, and every member should encourage teamwork through your conversations, feedback, and recognition. The actions of the member will show how important teamwork is to the entire team. Furthermore, the commitment to team success can help develop a commitment to personal success. This may require additional individual conversations, coaching and even conflict resolution. Attempting to do things that help teams become more committed to the team goal and each other. This technique will help deliver successful results. When a team shares the same vision and are committed to working together to achieve a primary goal it allows members to connect their personal contributions to the goals of the

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