What Is ENTJ Personality?

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According to our textbook, personality can be defined as “the sum total of ways in which an individual reacts to and interacts with others” (Robbins et al., 105). In God’s infinite wisdom, He not only created man is His own image; He also gave each person a distinct personality (Genesis 1:27, Holman Christian Standard Bible). He knew that in order for us to be a functioning society (as well as an affective ministry) we needed to have different perspectives and behavioral traits (1 Corinthians 12:17-20, HCSB). Some of those differences are rooted deep within our people groups’ cultures and different ways of life. It is theorized that we are born predisposed to certain personality traits but as we grow, learn, and have our own unique experiences, those traits become more and more a part of who we are until they ultimately define us as individuals (Kroegner et al., 11,13).
This concept is most prevalent in today’s workforce, where understanding how people interact with one another is essential for an organization’s success. In order
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As described by the website, ENTJ personality types are best defined as “The Executive”, whereas Kroeger categorizes the ENTJ personality type as “Life’s Natural Leaders”. When you combine Extravert, iNtuitive, Thinker, and Judger, you get someone who is outspoken and assertive; someone who is driven to lead. Due to a focus on being a well-informed perfectionist ENTJs tend to have an excellent ability to understand difficult problems and create solutions. “They value knowledge and competence, and usually have little patience with inefficiency or disorganization” (The Personality Page, 2014). This is the most difficult aspect of our personality when it comes to leading, since we must always be conscious of others’ opinions, perspectives, and feelings. Demonstrating an ability to work together as a team is the key to

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