Personality Type Jungian Scale Essay

1069 words - 5 pages

Team Leadership
MGT521
January 20, 2014

Team Leadership
The team members assigned to this group are of multiple personality types. The types range from reserved, creative, and highly idealistic too skeptical, critical, independent, and stubborn.
Based on the personality test the “E” category individuals are aware of the external areas that surround them, the individuals around them, and outward happenings. The “I” category individuals are aware of the internal areas that surround them like ideas and experiences. “S” category individuals use the five senses to relate to what is around them while “N” category individuals relate by viewing the correlation and the piecing together of ...view middle of the document...

She is an INFP ("Jungian Theory Explained", n.d.).
This leadership style ENFJ would suggest that he prefers to converse by speaking and learns the most by doing or conferring. He is outgoing and sensitive, taking the lead in projects. He also tends to focus on the big picture and values imaginative insight. He is future oriented and hears things figuratively. He is sympathetic, and tender hearted. His style would also suggest that he is compassionate and tends to take things personally. This style is organized, systematic, and methodical. He likes to have closure and things decided. This style is an ENFJ ("Jungian Theory Explained", n.d.).
This leadership style INTJ would suggest that she prefers to communicate in writing and learns best by reflection, and practice. She has depth of interest and is readily focused. She also focuses on the big picture and is nonfigurative and speculative. She views configurations and significance in details and will fill in anywhere she needed. Her style would also suggest that she is analytical, and uses the cause and effect style of reasoning. She is tough minded and reasonable seeking objective clarity. Her style avoids last minute stress, and is scheduled, organized, and also systematic. This style is an INTJ ("Jungian Theory Explained", n.d.).
This leadership style ESTJ would suggest that she prefers to communicate by talking and learns best through doing and discovering. She tends to speak first and reflect later finding listening more difficult than talking. She is energized by being with other people instead of a few. She focuses on reality and tangible principles along with real-world applications. Her style would also suggest that she is factual, concrete, and pays attention to detail. She is present minded and wants information step by step. She also is analytical, and a logical problem solver. She strives for impersonal objective truth and is fair. Her style suggests that she is organized, methodical, and plans ahead. She too avoids last minute stresses. This style is an ESTJ ("Jungian Theory Explained", n.d.).
This team is compiled of two “I” and two “E” personalities. Three of the four are “N” personalities while the fourth is an “S” personality. There are two “F” personalities, and two “T” personalities. Finally, the group has three personalities that are “J” and one personality that is “P”.
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