Personality Test: Extraverted, Intuitive, Thinking, And Weaknessing

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This paper discusses the results of the Myers-Briggs Four-letter Type personality test as it pertains to my personal results. The results of the test indicated that my four-letter personality type is ENTJ, which stands for Extraverted, Intuitive, Thinking, and Judging. The test also indicated that I have marginal or no preference of extraversion over introversion. There was also an indication of a slight preference of intuition over sensing. In addition, I have a slight preference of thinking over feeling and a moderate preference of judging. The paper discusses each category that relates to my personal personality in detail, including extravert, which is someone who deals with the world around them through positive social interactions; …show more content…
Furthermore, one of the biggest drawbacks of an ENTJ is their arrogance, which can cut morale and productivity (Kroeger et al. 2002, p. 395). Moreover, Kroeger et al. (2002) states that they are very direct individuals and that can cause an uprising against authority.
Keirsey’s Temperaments Keirsey (n.d.) categorized the sixteen personality types into two letter temperaments. My temperament is categorized as an NT, The Rationals. The main objective of the rationals is to seek knowledge. She further states that we like to deal with things rationally and logically, are career-focused and are natural corporate
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Another thing I learned form the test is that I need to be more sensitive to other co-workers’ feelings and be mindful on how direct I am when addressing an issue with following rules and unethical behavior. As Fischer (2009) stated in his presentation, in the biblical idea of a covenant, we want long-term mutually affirming relationships and thus affirm the dignity of

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