Personal Assessment According To The Myers-Briggs Personality Assessment

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According to the Myers-Briggs personality assessment, my personality type is INTJ: Introvert, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging. According to this assessment, judgment is my greatest characteristic (38%). Judgments are referred to descriptions that express our appraisals based on certain criteria. Judgments contain both facts and inferences. The purpose behind these actions is to express a verdict regarding what is happening, (Chaffee, 2004). Based also on the results of the Myers-Briggs, it could be said that inference is not a strong feature of my personality (intuitive 9%). Inference refers to beliefs that go beyond what can be seen. Moreover, inferences are predictions that individuals make in an attempt to determine what is currently unknown…show more content…
I am not afraid to confront any person who I perceive is trying to bully me or put me down. Moreover, I could go in defending someone who is being mistreated. Perfectionism can be a double edge sword on the bad side it might create anxiety when things are not rendering desired results, or when I perceive peers or subordinates slacking at work. On the positive side, perfectionism might be a great tool for acquiring knowledge and expertise. Furthermore, people with this feature will be able to tell practically immediately whether or not they can help you, and if so, how. Perfectionists can identify what they know, and perhaps more importantly, they recognize what they do not know. Looking back at the incident with my supervisor, I could have managed things differently. On behalf of addressing him, this action it is advisable. However, diplomacy and respect should always be key elements when resolving conflicts even if the other person is not, (Pachter & Magee, 2009). Telling my supervisor to not talk to me as a child, and that at the end of the day he was just a man as I consider can be taken as disrespectful remarks. Instead I could have said: “sir I would truly appreciate if you treat me with respect and dignity in front of
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