The Myer-Briggs Personality And Jung Typology Test

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Through the completion of the Myer-Briggs Personality and Jung Typology Test my personality traits were defined. With the defined personality that was developed, I am able to clearly depict my strengths and weaknesses. By detailing each individual aspect of my personality, I was able to further develop an understanding of my personality and how it is influenced and its influences on others. In order to be an effective employee, co-worker, and manager, I need to be able to asses my personality and how it influences my work environment. Furthermore, in order to continue to succeed, I must be able to adapt my personality to the work environment and understand that my personality many not always relate to others. Through deciphering each aspect…show more content…
There are times I enjoy being in crowds or a large group of people, but I always look forward to being alone after such events. A majority of my tendencies and desires stem from those of an introvert, but I also find it very easy to talk with people and connect with a variety of individuals. I am very loyal and do find myself and strive to protect and connect with others. One of the greatest influences and weaknesses of my personality, specifically in the workplace, I do not like work get-togethers. I typically find myself migrating to the same people and not branching out as much as I…show more content…
I need to be able to be comfortable with my personality and continue to seek opportunities that allow me to display my strengths. As discussed by Kroeger, Thuesen and Rutledge (2002), “in order “to be effective…must begin with yourself (p.49).” The authors discuss the importance of know your own personal strengths and weaknesses and how having this knowledge can greatly influence growth. I have learned that I must evaluate my personality and tendencies prior to judging and confronting situations in the work place, especially as I am a manager. I need to be able to use my strengths and use them to further develop myself as a manager and help influence growth in my
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