MBTI Presentation TEAM Together-Each-Achieves-More
Group Members Interim NT ENTJ Ken Timekeeper SP ISTP John Recorder NT ENTP Jason Organizer SJ ESFJ Brittany Leader SJ ESFJ Jeremiah Role Type MBTI Score Name
Jeremiah & Brittany ESFJ
As an ESFJ, our primary mode of living is focused externally, where we deal with things according to how we feel about them, or how they fit in with our personal value system. Our secondary mode is internal, where we take things in via your five senses in a literal, concrete fashion
We are people persons (we love people).
We gather specific, detailed information about others and tasks to use as support in projects.
We desire to be liked and for everything to be pleasant.
Very supportive of other’s, paying attention to feelings.
We are warm and energetic
We seek approval from others
We seek to control our environment
We demand structure, organization and closure in all tasks and projects.
We enjoy creating order and structure
Since we seek to control our environment we need to be careful not to control people in their lives
Extraverted Intuition dominating his personality helps him understand the world he lives in.
Constantly absorbing ideas and images about the situations that are presented to them.
Quick and accurate in ability to size up a situation because of his intuition.
He gets excited and enthusiastic about his ideas, and is able to his enthusiasm to others.
He is flexible and adapts well to a wide range of tasks.
Upbeat visionary that highly values knowledge and spends much his time seeking a higher understanding.
When presented with a problem, he is good at improvising and quickly comes up with a creative solution.
He is create, clever, theoretical and curious.
Energy comes from the inside, internal ideas and emotions
Information is collected through the 5 Senses, physical
Information is Structured in a Logical pattern and viewed Objectively
Prefer to be Spontaneous and Flexible, no plans just correct finished product
I don’t like to wait, as long as I’m working toward the end all is well. I want everything needed to complete a project before I start. I don’t want to look for something on the way.
I believe in “authority”. They tell me what they want, but I do not include them in the work to complete a project until it is finished.
I will by-pass channels if I feel it is more efficient. I do understand their purpose and do not skip a step when it is needed for the long haul.
Sensing - Perceiver
I like immediate tangible outcomes. I prefer a project that I can physically see its progress and completion.
Emergency situations don’t stress me or excite me. I will figure out a solution and complete it at a pace that may seem slow to others but it only needs done once.
This joke or saying fits; “when all else fails, read the directions”
EN~ Let’s change it
Leadership through intuitive decision making
Decision making based on events and overall perception of team
Intuitively drive (lead) perception of ideas into actual strategy
Always stays objective through difficult decision making
Enjoys analyzing and solving problems both independently and in a team
Usually prefer to look at all alternatives before making a decision
Listens to team ideas and logistically come to best conclusion
Believes in letting everyone post ideas before making a decision
Openly able to take risks based on overall position of issues/ideas
Judge ideas based on original principle or target idea
Able to speak to other ideas and provide direct feedback
Proactively take ideas and drive them forward with action plan
Also believe in giving benefit of the doubt as a thinking judger (TJ)
I like working with teams but also like to work independently. Enjoy bouncing ideas off of rest of team to find agreed baseline. Believe in listening to everyone’s perspective before making a final decision. Believe in positive reinforcement of ideas and developing a strategy towards success. Always look at refining processes and finding best solution.
80% of group members are extroverts
60% of group members create an organized, controlled environment
60% of group members are thinkers
2 group members share the same MBTI type (ESFJ)
Only one introvert in the group
More thinkers then feelers
Some MBTI types are spontaneous
Some MBTI types plan ahead.
Great communication skills
Our ESFJ’s are in leadership roles
Strong-problem solving skills
All members have an eye for success
Members regain energy differently
Our group contains too many extroverts
Our extroverts sometimes speak to loudly and tend to silence our only introvert
Constant struggle for the top
Learn and understand everyone's personality
Give everyone the chance to speak
Allow everyone to regain their energy in their own way