The Jung Typology Test is designed to give the participant a 4-letter formula which describes strength preferences of one’s personality type. The formula is based on whether the participant favors Extraversion or Introversion, Sensing or iNtuition, Thinking or Feeling, and Judging or Perceiving when it comes to the participant’s general attitude. One will also receive a Temperament, which is based on one’s personality type formula, and can be used to make somewhat accurate predictions of the participants preferred behavior. In this essay I will discuss the results that I received after taking the test. Having a personality type that prefers extraversion, sensing, feeling, and judging comes with many strengths and weaknesses when working in
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Test Analysis Introduction The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Test, otherwise known as the MBTI test, is a questionnaire intended to measure and evaluates the psychological preferences of individuals in relation to their perception of the world, and generally their decision making ability. This was developed and got form typological theories that were deduced by Cal Gustav Jung. He categorized them into four psychological functions, which each unique individual uses to experience the world. They include feeling, sensation, intuition and thinking (Myers I. B., 1987).
One of the main traits mentioned for the personality type ESTJ is the quality of being direct and honest. I would consider myself an honest person, and i enjoy being direct when I can. An example of this in my life is when my friends ask me for an honest opinion, I will give it to them. Recently a friend asked me my opinion on decision they were about to make. I
One particular time was when my team and I was working on an assignment that required us to have all the data entered in our spreadsheet at one time but me deciding I could do it alone without their help, got me in trouble. Now truth be told I knew this was a terrible idea but my pride wouldn’t allow me to accept help. I put us in a position to almost fail in front of our manager. Fortunately, I recognized that I was wrong in time and was able to ask for help and we finish the assignment successfully. Ecclesiastes 4:9 states, two are better than one; because they have a good return for their labor (New International Version).
This paper presents a study of my personality in light of the Jung Typology Test. The personality test, which is based off Carl G. Jung’s theory of psychological types, characterizes people by giving them a four-letter type. The eight possible types are extraverted or introverted, sensing or intuition, thinking or feeling, and judging or perceiving (“Personality Test,” n.d.). In step one I discuss the personality test, which gave me the results of extraverted, sensing, thinking, and perceiving. This makes my four-letter personality type ESTP.
The four-letter type and temperament traits are measured by the Myers Briggs Personality Assessment. The assessment is a list of questions that is rated to determine your personality traits. This paper will discuss the validity of my four-letter type and temperament traits according to the Myers Briggs Personality Assessment. I will discuss each letter of my personality type and how they work together. There are different weaknesses that exist with each personality trait.
Continuing with this journey of self-discovery, I completed the Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test. As hinted in the title, this test was based on Jungian concepts relating to psychological types. With two main ‘attitudes’ and four main ‘functions’, Jungian theory suggests that we can be categorized based on how we perceive and interact with ourselves, the world, and the people around us. According to young, the two main attitudes are introversion (I) and extraversion (E), and the four main functions are thinking (T), feeling (F), sensing (S), intuiting (N), judging (J), and perceiving (P). According to the results provided by the Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test, my four-letter result is INFJ.
Each theme was carefully examined and discussed as it relate to the motivation of human interaction. After examining and briefly discussing each theme, I selected the theme that I believe was the most essential one and discussed it more in details based on the key topic which is social psychology.
Possible Areas of Conflict Between the Human Resources Functions A business can get a lot of conflict between the human resource functions, which are human resource planning, recruitment and selection, training and development and performance management. Safeway need to avoid as much conflict as possible, however this is not always easy, because they need to think of other functions for example; the recruitment and selection programme may be recruiting people that don't have the relevant skills. The training and developing team will not be happy in the way that they have recruited and selected these people because they will have to train them of things they should already know which is frustrating. If this occurred in Safeway this will be very time consuming and lead to many problems. Problems will occur because they have all of these new staff waiting to be trained but they don't know what to do.
IThis paper will discuss the findings of my work related to Project 1 of this course, which was focused on how personality types can impact organizational behavior. By completing the Jung Typology Test, I determined that my four-letter personality type is INTJ (introverted, intuitive, thinking, and judging). By researching Keirsey’s temperaments, I determined that my two-letter personality temperament is NT, which is “The Rationals” temperament. All of the letters in my personality type and temperament all work together and affect my overall personality and how I relate to others. After considering each letter individually, it is my conclusion that this personality test provided results that have high validity and adequately summarize my personality