The Jung Typology Test: An Analysis Of Keirsey's Temperaments

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The purpose of this analysis is to identify my personality type, temperament, and how it relates to my behavior and success in the workplace. The first phase of this paper is to identify my four letter personality type using the Jung Typology Test which is based on Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers personality type theory (Jung Typology Test, 2016). I will also discuss where I fall within Keirsey’s Temperaments; this personality typing combines two of the four sets of preferences in to four distinct temperament categories (Personalitypage, 2015a). Keirsey identified four basic temperaments known as Guardian, Rational, Artisan, and Idealist (Keirsey, n.d.). I will explain each of the four letters of my type and provide specific examples of how they relate to me in both a professional and personal level. In the final phase I will discuss my personality strengths and weaknesses and how I can use the assessment for overall personal growth. Who Am I? With accomplishing a Master’s in Public Health, learning who I am as a person and how I relate with others is the most important key to an overall cog. After taking the Myers Brigg Personality test I discovered that my personality falls in to the Extravert, Intuitive, Thinking, and Judging (ENTJ)…show more content…
While in most situations these are desired traits, other times they can be weaknesses. For example, as a claims adjuster I work in a very high volume, fast-paced work environment. I talk to customers on the phone all day, and as an extravert, I have the tendency to carry on long-winded conversations with customers in an effort to build rapport. At the end of the day my customers are very satisfied with the level of service I have provided, however I usually have to stay late in order to complete all of my daily assignments in a complete and thorough

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