Personal Assessment Of The Myers-Briggs Personality Assessment

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The ability to be self-aware, identify specific personality traits, and assess personal strengths and weaknesses are powerful tools for lifelong personal and professional success. One of the most popular and trusted personality assessment tools utilized today is the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (CPP, 2016). According to Meyers-Briggs Personality test my personality type is ESFJ also known as “The Caregiver.” An ESFJ is one of 13 personality types identified through the Myers-Briggs assessment tool (HumanmetricsInc, 2016). This assignment will identify the different aspects of my personality and how they work together. It will also evaluate strengths, weaknesses and organizational behaviors in an effort to maximize professional performance.…show more content…
Having a strong understanding of my personality traits will aide in personal and professional development. It is equally important to be aware of personal strengths, as it is personal weaknesses. When we can identify our weaknesses we know exactly what our areas of improvement should be. Personal awareness of our strengths can be beneficial in knowing what areas we should continue to develop and utilize to ensure continued success. According to The Meyers-Briggs Personality Assessment the following are jobs that are appropriate matches for ESFJ personality types: Nurse, Teacher, Administrator, Child Care Provider, Physician, Clergy, Office Manager, Counselor, Social Worker, Accountant, Administrative Assistant (Personalitypage.com, 2015). It was reassuring to know that I am currently working in a job field that coincides with my personality trait. I am currently a manager in an administrative office in the United States Navy. My job as the Leading Petty Officer in my department allows me to care for, develop, and nurture junior…show more content…
There is an article in particular titled “Applying Traits Theory Of Leadership To Project Management,” where the author Dean Gehring conducted thorough research that investigated the legitimacy of the traits theory of leadership applied to project management and determines how it correlates to core project management competencies (Gehring, 2007). The results of the literature research and the returned questionnaires clearly indicate that certain MBTI types have preferences that support project leadership, specifically, ISTJ, INFJ, INTJ, ENTP, ESTJ, ENFJ, and ENTJ, with INTJ, ESTJ, and ENTJ being the types containing the most traits that supported project leadership competencies (Gehring,
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