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    Personality is never easily defined; many people have a hard time describing what they are like. They want to think that they have all of these “perfect” traits but there are advantages and disadvantages to each one. Thankfully, personality psychology exists to help out. Through various theories and multiple personality tests, people can grasp what they are really like. To determine my personality I took a couple of personality tests and have gathered other resources to confirm these tests. I used the Newcastle Personality Assessor to determine where I fall on the continuum of each of the traits in the Big Five. I also used the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator to determine my personality traits on that scale. I found that my results on both tests…

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    Description of ENFJ personality type: My personality type from the personality assessment is ENFJ. ENFJ is one of the 16 personality type identified by Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ typological approach to personality. ENFJ is described as: Extravert (44%) iNtuitive (25%) Feeling (25%) Judging (47%) You have moderate preference of Extraversion over Introversion (44%) You have moderate preference of Intuition over Sensing (25%) You have moderate preference of Feeling over Thinking (25%)…

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    INTJ Personality

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    After doing some research and outside assessment of an employee who is difficult to manager, lets call him Adam, I have determined that the personality type that best fits him would be an INTJ. Although I am not a physiologist, the traits demonstrated by Adam fit in well with this personality trait. From this class, I would like to become a better manager for him and myself. According to the Myers & Briggs Foundation (n.d.), [INTJ personalities] “have original minds and great drive for…

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    traits that are unique to them,you know, traits that people can call their own. In the novel “The Outsiders” by S.E. Hinton there are many characters,each with their own personalities and traits. The Curtis brothers,Dallas Winston, Johnny Cade, they each have a certain aspect about themselves that define them from each other character in their own way. Sodapop Curtis specifically is smart, athletic and hardworking. He’s a person who cares for both his friends and family alike. These,along with…

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    Ifj Personality

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    1. Of the four letters, which ones matched your personality strongly? Which personality letters were not so strong? Briefly explain why you think that. I took a personality type test on the human metrics website and I was found to have an ENFJ (Extraversion, Intuitive, Feeling, and Judging) personality. Of these four personalities the trait that strongly matches my personality is J- Judging. I consider myself to be an organized individual, who strives to have control over situations. I…

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    Employer Personality

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    candidates for the position. Employers look at several aspects such as job qualifications, special skills, and personality to find the best candidates. Employers tend to weigh heavily on qualifications and skill, however personality seems to be the deciding factor for most. The dictionary defines personality as a collection of emotional and behavioral traits that characterize a person ability to interact with society. That is, your personality is how you present yourself to the world. It is how…

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    Personality Traits

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    Personality is the reasonably stable patterns of thoughts, emotions, and behaviors derived from both genetic predisposition and social learning that distinguish one person from another. There are three terms related to personality. They are traits, states, and types (Drummond & Sheperis, 2016). The term personality trait refers to enduring personal characteristics that are revealed in a particular pattern of behavior in different situations (Drummond & Sheperis, 2016). Traits remain stable…

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    Complexity Of Personality

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    Understanding the complexity behind personality gives a unique advantage of self awareness and awareness of other individuals. Doing so we 've achieved the ambition of psychology which is to predict and control human behavior. Personality is built up of 5 traits ( Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, Neuroticism) that develop through experiences and occurring events. Hence, personality is who we are because of what we 've been through. Which leads to the capability of…

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    Personality Test

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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…

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    Personality Assessment

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    Understanding the personality traits of individuals within an organization is very important. Therefore, it is a good idea for individuals to take the personality assessments to better understand an individual’s personality traits. For example, the Pearson personality assessment teaches individuals about their leadership style, negotiating style, personality code and many other personality characteristics. Understanding these personality traits are important because they can help teach…

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