Myers Briggs

588 WordsJan 29, 20123 Pages
Managers must organize, lead and control a diverse and ever changing staff, but how? With so many different personalities in the work place managers that strive to mesh them in a cohesive way tend to succeed. Using the two most popular personality identifiers, Myers-Briggs as well as the Big Five, managers can cater to specific employee needs. Understanding these two methods are crucial for successful managers in today’s ever-changing business world. The two personality indicators, Myers-Briggs and Big Five, are descriptive personality domains that fall under different psychological traits. Myers-Briggs was developed in the 1960s focusing on two different functions, rational and irrational. Four different pairs of preferences make up…show more content…
understand the different ways to meet the needs of employees and develop great relationships based on there different personality
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