Personality Profile Essay

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Of the many ways of classifying and conceptualizing individual differences, some are obvious and quite visible, such as gender, race, language, national origin, social background or class. Other ways rest on less visible but nonetheless influential distinctions such as culture or personality.
In this journal I will be concerned with the differences based on the different types of personality profiles according to the Myer Briggs Inventory. I would try to link this differences firstly to my experience working in a team with different personality styles, and secondly to the development of certain leadership skills.
According to my MBTI model developed in class I have an ENFP profile while Hanna and Ramy, my teammates in two different
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She is very focused on the details, the periods, the commas… the handouts. In a sense I was glad she is so organized because I tend to do the opposite. I was in charged of searching for the theory behind our topic. The task was specific but instead of solving it quickly, knowing we had a lot of time ahead of us, I rented two books with much more broad information that ended up reading passionately. Linking the information to my personal experiences, questioning, understanding the implications and enjoying my insights is a passion to me.
On the other hand, Ramy’s sensitive thinking type came out into the open through the coaching exercise. When it was his turn to be coached, and mine to coach him, we realized that he felt more in tune with Hanna’s practical perspective than with my imaginative, not always correct, interpretations.

While trying to figure out the roots of the problem he had brought up to the table - how to deal with time and stress management- my intuitive feeler approach called me to look beyond the words and monitor the feelings that his experiences were transmitting.
Nevertheless, my less conventional ideas, and my proposal to look the situation from a whole different point of view, was felt as too drastic and therefore, clashed with the resistance of a sensitive thinker, who naturally feels more comfortable with practical problems and tested facts.
The MBTI dimensions of judging versus perceiving also support these

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