Jung's Typology Test

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Introduction/Thesis
Have you ever wonder why people act the way they do? Many employees and psychologists ask themselves this exact question on a daily basis. Organizations and individuals use a Human Metrics test to help them identify the right person to hire and help individuals find that perfect career and occupational choice. The Human Metrics test was based off a formula created by Carl Jung and Isabel Biggs Meyers called Jung’s Typology Test. Jung’s Typology test can help managers understand how to handle actions accordingly in the workplace.
Emotional Intelligence and Developing Relationship
Emotional Intelligence (EI), was proposed by John Meyer and Peter Salavory. Mayer and Salovey define emotional intelligence as “the ability to perceive accurately, appraise, and express emotions; the ability to access and/or generate feelings when they facilitate thought; the ability to understand emotions and emotional knowledge; and the ability to regulate emotions to promote emotional and intellectual growth.” (Meisler & Vigoda-Gadot, 2014, 119) Success in any
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Orderly, rule-abiding, and conscientious, ESTJs like to get things done, and tend to go about projects in a systematic, methodical way. (Truity) I believe my problem within the workplace would be with co-workers personalities test results are ISTP- Introverted Sensing Thinking Perceiving and ESTP-Extraverted Sensing Thinking Perceiving, these individuals are ones who are risk takers, and they live for the moment not concern with the respect for the laws and rules. (Personality Page). These types of individuals wouldn’t take direct order from me as a manager or leader. But I would have to make sure when coaching these individuals I would have the policy manual and upper management along with me in case a problem was to

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