Characteristics Of Myers-Briggs Personality

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Every human being has quirks and personality traits that make them unique and these characteristics give them the individuality that makes them who they are. No matter how insignificant they may seem to an outsider, these peculiarities and personality traits have a significant impact on how individuals interact with others in both personal and professional realms. To take advantage of the vast and various personalities that may be found in today’s diverse workplace, both managers and employees at every level in any organization should begin by learning about their own personality traits by completing a Myers-Briggs personality test. The results of my Myers-Briggs personality test revealed ISTJ as my four-letter personality type which then coincided with my two-letter temperament type, SJ that labeled ISTJs as “The Inspectors”. ISTJ corresponds to, Introverted, Sensing, Thinking, and Judging traits …show more content…
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