Weakness Of Jung Typology Test
To overcome these weakness ISFJs need to identify, value and express their own needs, to avoid being overworked and taken for granted (Personality Page, 2015). Other weaknesses include: strict about social behavior, viewed as rigid or inflexible, can be vulnerable to tricks, con men, false hopes, or religious cults, may react with anger when someone disagrees with their view of the world, and may be oblivious of what others think about them (Personality Page, 2015). One of my weaknesses is that I have a hard time with conflict. An example, is at work I had to deal with an employee who was calling in and exhausted her leave balances, I had a difficult time disciplining her. Another weakness for me is that I am critical with myself. During the past few months I felt that I was failing in my position as supervisor, since I was struggling with the new responsibilities. …show more content…
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