To analyze the assessments – I’m happy with all my results. They all confirm my previous beliefs of myself. The first test I took was the personality test. My results were INFP – which is interesting because I normally ENFP with a side note saying I am also closely considered to be a INFP. This is due to me having Bipolar Disorder. With Bipolar Disorder, there are two moods – Manic and Depressive. If you know about the disorder my two personality types fit perfectly with the moods. In a manic episode I thrive off of social
I believe I am well suited for the role of manager. My career up to this point has been primarily management positions where I have achieved success. As I continue to advance in my graduate work, I have identified several personality traits that have made me a good
Everyone has their own characteristics that set them apart. The way they act, think, and feel gives them their own individual personality. But what if you could learn exactly what type of person you are? That is what intrigued me when I heard about the Enneagram system. I have taken personality quizzes before, but none were as accurate as the Enneagram. By taking this quiz, I learned more about myself than I realized I knew. The largest components of this questionnaire are the center, wings, and arrows. One’s personality is more complex than it seems. Even though I am classified to a particular group, I blend into other types similar to mine. Along with the Enneagram questionnaire, I completed a Learning Styles survey. This survey also
The Kiersey Temperament Sorter assigned me the personality type ENFJ. The letters stand for Extrovert, Intuitive, Feeling, and Judging. After my research, I have found out some broad statements about ENFJs. Scholars describe ENFJs as natural leaders. ENFJs are full of passion and charisma, naturally attracting and inspiring people. Surprisingly, ENFJ forms only around two percent of the population. Some scholars describe this two percent simply as Protagonists. Scholars typically correlate the ENFJ personality type to our world’s politicians, coaches and teachers. Most importantly, ENFJs reach out to inspire others to achieve and do good deeds in the world. ANFJ’s must see the good results they cause to feel satisfaction in their lives. With
Upon completion of the Jung Typology Test, I realized that I fell in the middle of two of the types listed. I received the results for Introverted Intuitive Thinking Judging (INTJ). My results by percentage were Introvert (9%) iNtuitive (9%) Thinking (3%) Judging (28%). The second type was Introverted Intuitive Feeling Judging (INFJ) because I received three percent in the Thinking category. After reading the descriptions and career choices, I feel I am more related to the INFJ than the INTJ. Knowing my personality type assist me with school because it explains my need to understand what I am trying to write about before I write it. It also explains why I feel as if I am an Introvert at home and at times I have feeling of being an Extrovert.
The Big Five Personality test had helped me gain a lot of knowledge about not only myself but also what type of information researchers collects about us in order to develop a reasonable idea of what type of personality we have. I learned that the Big Five Personality test is
My Myers Briggs Paper I took the actual Myers Briggs Paper two years ago, labeled as a ENFP. Over the course of time I haven't changed that much. I have became more extroverted than before. On the previous test, I barely made it over the scale to be extroverted. On this test, I scored 40% or higher extroverted. I actually think I am an ambivert. I have many key characteristics of both sides. I really don't think that this test asked as much in depth questions as needed to determine the factor. Also, I changed from Perceiving to more Judging. This change really isn't much because I only had 1% Judging meaning I use both sides quite often. Although I didn't believe the type to be true, when looking at the description of my type I knew that it
After I completed the MBTI and Enneagram Personality Tests, I was able to identify my
When I took the big five personality test the questions were more basic questions about myself and not more about my opinion than what I was expecting. Some of the questions asking how I felt in big groups, did I like being the center of attention, and do I get along with people. When it came agreeableness I scored in the medium range. It says that I am very considerate of others, and typically try to avoid conflict, and people tend to describe me as friendly, generous, and helpful. Conscientiousness I scored in the medium range as well. This means that at times, I am a very driven and hard-working, but that doesn’t mean I don’t set time aside to have fun. It also states that I’m able to set a comfortable balance between work and fun. I scored moderately in neurotic. Which means at times, I can be anxious or emotional at times, while at other times, I’m relaxed and calm. I have a medium level of extraversion. This means that at times, I get energy from being around others; but at other times, I get your energy by being alone. Finally, I have a medium level of openness to experience. With this score it says that at times, I can be very creative, curious, and adventurous. While at other times, I prefer routine. As I was reading what my scores stood for and what it had to say about my personality I started to think about different parts of my life. As I was thinking I started to realize that that this teat really got my personality right. It was kind of fun to read and put together who I am as a
Enneagram Type 9 - The Peacemaker After I input my habits and behavior, the website has shown me that my Enneagram type was ‘Type 9-The Peacemaker’. I cannot believe that the program is almost 100% true. Yeah, I am a peace loving guy. I always ignore conflict and want to make
I have a personality type of ENFP. Which means I have a personality that is extroverted, intuitive, feeling, and perceiving. A personality of this allows me to be very outgoing, a collaborative communicator, and to be perceived of other’s feelings. Such traits bear great interpersonal relationships. Being very outgoing grants me to always check on others and make sure they’re doing alright. With coworkers, I make sure I communicate every chance I could to make sure there is never a misunderstanding. tNot to mention I’m always thinking and playing on other’s emotions. By that I mean my attitude goes with the flow of others around
Out of 16 personalities ENFP is more than likely the best fit for me. After completing the assessment my results were reviewed with my sister and fiancé’ who agreed with all the results including all weakness stated by ENFP. Throughout the years my personality has been shaped by my social involvement, family, and environment. It’s so cool that an assessment can provide so much insight into areas of improvement for effective
ENFJ – My Personality Assessment Jacqueline Perez-Hicks Oklahoma Wesleyan University ENFJ - My Personality Assessment Personality assessments can serve as valuable tools to determine personality types, and subsequently allow us to understand certain behavior patterns. My own personality assessment revealed that I have an ENFJ personality type; I am an extrovert; have
The Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) enables an individual to gain a deeper insight into their inherent personality traits. For some people, they have had prior knowledge or underlying assumptions about their personality, but this test provides clearer information about each of their identifiable traits. According to the MBTI in Human-metric
My results very similar. This quiz stated I was an “ENFP” or that my personality is made up of “extravert(84%), intuitive(3%), feeling(44%), and perceiving(3%)” (human metrics.com) This quiz gave mostly the same results, but more details and more accurate results. Again, I can relate well and interact well with ENFPs. This site stated little things that make up an ENFP. I found myself in many of these situations, from acting extremely feather-brained with friends, to boiling over when a decision doesn’t turn out the way that I want to. This quiz was much more accurate and nearly perfectly described my personality.