The Importance Of An Estj Personality

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When taking these multiple personality tests, it is important to understand that each test is not all encompassing. God created each individual differently, and only he knows the exact traits that make up each human. Luke 12:7 says, “Why, even the hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not; you are of more value than many sparrows” (ESV). Amen Each of us are individual in our own way, yet all united under our faith in the Holy Spirit. This point is crucial to understand when examining personality traits and how they incorporate with other personalities. The interaction of personalities within organizations plays a key role in how successful an organization or team can become. Needs work
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While, this is the exact career field I am pursuing, there are many other careers on the list that apply to my past. An athlete, which I was in college, a coach, and a sales representative which all apply to me in some way. The hard-working and dependability of an ESTJ makes their leadership within an organization extremely useful (Portrait of an ESTJ, n.d.). Colossians 3:23 says, “Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men” (ESV). This verse relates to the difference between working for one self as opposed to working for the Lord, which in turn will bring much more prosperity and fruitfulness. However, while the outgoingness of an extroverted leader is typically a positive thing, it is not always the best option. “even though there are cases where introverts are less successful as leaders, in some conditions they are more effective” (Robbins & Judge, 2009, p.158). Another large weakness of ESTJ’s is the relationship with stress and change. My personality enjoys hard set schedules, punctuality, and the capability of resourcefulness. When stressed, I become secluded from others. This weakness could be detrimental to teamwork within an organization. Well …show more content…
“In modern day society, extroverted leaders are described as those who are able to deliver a grandiose speech to a captivated audience who are drawn to them because of their charisma and charm” (Kuofie, 2015, p. 94). This charisma and charm is something that I have been blessed with, yet the ability to value others is something that I have recently learned I do not do well. As a supervisor, these personality tests have taught me that it is crucial to be able to value and make decisions on other people’s inputs as well as my own. While my firm personality is advantageous in some ways throughout the military workplace, it also may cause frustration with subordinates and lack of efficiency. Romans 12:10 says, “Love one another with brotherly affection. Outdo one another in showing honor” (ESV). I feel as if this verse correlates regarding the honor shown to another human. Showing this honor, particularly to a subordinate is key as a supervisor and will, in turn, causes others to follow you with respect and honor also. Good personal

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