Within the Jung Typology Test (JTT) it states that my type of personality is introverted, sensing, feeling and judging. The results indicated I am an introvert over extrovert, the score showed 56%. There was a marginal or no preference to sensing over intuition at 1% for this result. Moderate preference to feeling over thinking at 25%, and a strong preference to judging over perceiving at 78%. So this is saying that I am an introverted sensing with extroverted feeling.
As requested, I took the Jung Typology Assessment. The results revealed my personality to be ISFJ (Introverted Sensing Feeling Judging). The first characteristic listed is the desires to serve others. An ISFJ is loyal, sometimes taken for granted, bad at delegating, but produces superior quality work. Methodical, accurate, and possess an excellent memory are more characteristics of the ISFJ personality type. They work well in a small group and make reliable coworkers; however, they tend to be awkward in a supervisory capacity. Not only is an ISFJ a great employee but they are extremely family oriented and dedicated to their intimate group of friends. If a friend or family member is in need of emotional support an ISFJ is by their side without
According to the Jung Typology Test, my four letter personality type is ISFJ. I was not surprised with my results at all and found them to be very accurate and represent me as a person. As an introvert, “I often prefer doing things alone or with one or two people (CITE). As a student, being an introvert is a disadvantage for me because I do not work well with large study groups and instead rather lock myself in a room and study alone. With sensing, “I learn best when I see how to use what I’m learning” (CITE) and only complete things using what I know from experience. By only using my experience when completing assignments or school work hinders my experience as a student by limiting my ability to learn new material. Through feeling, I tend
Hello, I’m Joshua Dudley and the results I got for my Jung Typology Test was on point for the kind of person I am. In the Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test my letters were ENFJ. ENFJs are the benevolent 'pedagogues' of humanity. They have tremendous charisma by which many are drawn into their nurturant tutelage and/or grand schemes. Many ENFJs have tremendous power to manipulate others with their phenomenal interpersonal skills and unique salesmanship (butt). All of the letters have different meanings. (E)- Extravert (34%), (N)- iNtuitive (9%), (F)- Feeling (19%), and (J)- Judging (28%) and these for letters ENFJ make up the type of person I am. I also had to find a two letter temperament for my personality. The two Letters I think that fit me is (NF)- “The Idealists” which my primary
When taking the Jung typology test the profile I received was INFJ. In this profile, “I” stands for introvert. What this means is that I tend to be more introverted, rather than extraverted. An example of this is, a friend of mine was having a party and asked me to go. Since it was my friend’s birthday I decided to go. When I got to the party I realized that I wouldn’t be able to talk to her very much because of all the people there. I spent most of the night being very quiet and not starting up any conversations. Whenever someone started talking to me, I would keep the conversation going of course. After about an hour of uncomfortable socializing I decided to step out on her back porch for some peace and quiet. I often find that when I am
I've always found it incredibly hard to describe myself. I feel like I don't really fit into any specific category because I have many different traits from different personality types and don't just fit into one set group. Looking at the archetypes Carl Jung came up with, I can definitely see that I identify with several different archetypes. Starting with ego, I think I identify most with the orphan/regular gal. The orphan wants to belong, to fit in, and not lose themselves in trying so hard to fit in. I struggle with this a lot, actually. I always feel the desire to want to fit in, I want to blend in and connect with people without standing out too much. I want to make friends and have people to talk to, but I also don't want to be singled out and have
After taking the four surveys, I have a better understanding of myself. The surveys help me decide which track I should head toward in the future as well as which part of my personality I should improve.
The purpose of this paper is to analyze the results of my Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test. With knowledge of my personality type I explain what I learned from these tests with examples from the book Type Talk at Work. The first part of the discussion explains each letter in the INTJ personality and an overall description of how the different parts of the personality work together. The second part of the discussion talks about lessons learned from using the personality tests. This part discusses what I learned about myself that could make me a better employee and what I learned about these personality tests that could make me a better employee. What is learned is supported with the material from the book Type Talk at Work. Throughout the paper there are examples on how this information can lead to improvements in relationships, improvements to yourself, and improvements to those
I took the Jung Typology Test on a bus ride home from chaperoning our senior trip to Washington, D.C. Assuming my entries weren't inadvertently affected by any bumps in the road, I would say that the results seemed to more accurately describe me than those from the Five Factor Personality Model test. Of the sixteen possible personality types, my classification was INTJ: moderate preference for introversion (41%) over extraversion, moderate preference for intuition (31%) over sensing, moderate preference for thinking (50%) over feeling, and a distinct preference for judging (59%) over perceiving.
This assignment assured some parts of my personality that I already knew. But, it also taught me new things about me. The Jung Typology test gave as a result that my type of person is ISTJ; 47% introvert, 1% sensing, 34% thinking and 9% judging. I actually agree with these results because it accurately reflects my type of personality. I am a quiet person that does not often socialize since I feel very comfortable when I’m surrounded by my family and close friends. In addition, my personality tends to be very rational and neutral and most of my decisions are normally ruled by what is logical and not based on emotions. Therefore, a lot of people see me as a cold person. The last component which is judging also resembles a lot on me since I believe that we as humans don’t know what the other people have to go through in their daily lives.
The online Jung Typology Test was a very interesting exercise. The test pointed out certain things about my personality type that I will be examining in the course of this class. It may give me some important insights into my personal and professional decisions about family, career and life. I have worked in municipal government for over 38 years. I have done budgets, human resources, and day to day supervision of several city departments. The majority of that time has been within management of two major international airports. In that time I managed employees, and I was managed by executive level leadership. Employee supervision was a great learning experience. I supervised employees who came to work to do their jobs, and other subordinates
The topic for this week’s paper was to do an analysis about our own personality type and to include supporting documentation for why I either agreed or did not agree with the personality type that was determined from taking the Jung Typology Test.
There are 4 Temperaments ranging from Guardian, Artisan, Idealist. and Rational. Upon taking the Jung Typology Test I received ENFJ or, Extravert, Intuitive, Feeling and Judging. (“Finding Your Passion,”2017).ENFJ would fall under the Idealist temperament. A moderate preference for Intuition over Sensing and Judging over Perceiving was established. ENFJ means my temperament is that of an idealist or a teacher. I am not surprised that I was matched with an idealist however, a teacher did take me a little by surprise. I always joke that I would love to be a motivational speaker however, I do not have enough patience to watch people continue to make poor decisions without offering some not so constructive criticism. This article stated teachers
The INFJ personality is known to be the world rarest personality type and often misunderstood. This type stand for a percentage of less than 2% of the overall world population according to Holm (2009), the majority of that percentage being female and some famous INFJ that can be named are Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King and Mother Teresa. My INFJ in academic and business milieu: from the past week assignment, my preferred four letters chosen base on the instructions received from Myers-Briggs type indicator were INFJ, which stands for Introverting, iNtuiting, Feeling and Judging. For this week assignment I was very surprise after taking the Jungian test to discover that my personality type fours letter were confirmed to be the same INFJ. Having my conformed INFJ profile means that in business milieu, my creativity and sense of responsibility come in first. Although as an INFJ I’m strongly introverted, I nevertheless highly care about my relationship with other individuals. At work I’m open to communication and always available when it comes to help colleagues to carry out on tasks or explaining work procedures. However, my personality type also implies that I can have sudden need for personal time away from others, which is my way to recharge and regain my energy. In an academic milieu, I’m more focus on setting and reaching my goals; I get motivated by planning in advance my studying weeks and do a lot of efforts to meet my assignment deadlines. I can get emotionally