Project 1: Myers-Briggs Personality Test

Project 1: Myers-Briggs Personality Test

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Project 1: Myers-Briggs Personality Test

Ashley Luper

BMAL 500- D09

Liberty University

Abstract

Project 1: Myers-Briggs Personality Test

Step1: Results from Personality Test

Introvert (34%)

I have a moderate preference of Introversion over Extraversion

Sensing (3%)

I have a marginal or no preference of Sensing over Intuition

Feeling (25%)

I have a moderate preference of Feeling over Thinking

Judging (12%)

I have a slight preference of Judging over Perceiving

Meyers-Briggs Personality Type: ISFJ

Two Letter Temperament- SJ

My two letter temperament type under Keirsey’s own descriptions would have me fall under the objective of “Security Seeking” or more so as the protector or nurturer as it pertains to my personality type.

Step 2: Understanding my Role in the organization

Personalities and Organizational Behavior

My Role in the Organization

Reference

Fisher, K. (2009). Module 01/Week 1: Lesson 1 – A Worldview Perspective on Organizational Behavior. In Organizational Behavior: Fall 2015 [Audio File]. Retrieved from https://learn.liberty.edu/bbcswebdav/pid-9673731-dt-content-rid-73805864_1/courses/BMAL500_D01_201540/BMAL500%20Updated%20Presentation/1-Worldview%20and%20OB-12-19-2012.ppt/index.html

The Four Personality Temperaments. (n.d.). Retrieved July 9, 2018, from http://www.personalitypage.com/html/four-temps.html

Kroeger, O., & Thuesen, J. (2002). Type talk at work: How 16 personality types determine your success on the job (Rev. and updated. ed.). New York: Dell Pub.

Jung Typology Test- ISFJ. (n.d.). In The Personality Page. Retrieved July 9,2018, from http://www.humanmetrics.com/personality/isfj-type?EI=-34&SN=3&TF=-25&JP=12.

Kinicki, A., & Fugate, M. (2018). Organizational behavior: A practical, problem-solving approach (2nd ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education.


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