Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) - Hoshedar Batliwalla

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Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) - Hoshedar Batliwalla

  1. 1. HOSHEDAR BATLIWALLA (CMBA2/1314) MYERS-BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR (MBTI)
  2. 2. • Personality is the sum total of ways in which an individual reacts to and interacts with others. • Enduring characteristics that describe an individual’s behavior are personality traits. • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a personality test that taps four characteristics and classifies people into 1 of 16 personality types. MBTI
  3. 3. • In the 1940’s, the mother-daughter team of Katherine Briggs and Isabel Briggs-Myers developed a 100 point personality test. • The test focuses on different peoples personality traits, such as: • Extraversion Vs. Introversion • Sensing Vs. Intuiting • Thinking Vs. Feeling • Judging Vs. Perceiving ORIGIN OF MBTI
  4. 4. • To increase energy, those who… • turn to others are E (extroversion) • turn inward are I (introversion) • Those who take in information in a… • creative way are an N (intuition) • pragmatic way are an S (sensing) • When making decisions, those who… • seek harmony are a F (feeling) • seek objective truth are a T (thinking) • Those who prefer to… • get closure and act are a J (judging) • stay open and adapt are a P (perceiving) MBTI
  5. 5. THE MBTI PERSONALITY WHEEL
  6. 6. 1. INFP’s are idealistic, curious and loyal. They seek to understand others, yet can be less accepting of those who threaten their core values. • Example: A. A. Milne 2. INFJ’s are insightful and future- oriented. They are conscientious, but can be firmly decisive when it comes to their vision. • Example: Mahatma Gandhi 3. INTJ’s hold themselves, and others, to high standards. They are individualistic and visionary, yet have a tendency to be skeptical. • Example: Ayn Rand 4. INTP’s are rational, contemplative and have a knack for problem solving. The down side is that they can also be critical. • Example: Albert Einstein THE 16 TYPES OF PERSONALITY
  7. 7. 5. ISTP’s tend to be tolerant and candid. They are quick with solutions, yet spend a lot of time silently observing. • Example: Frank Zappa 6. ISTJ’s are steadfast, thorough workers who prize practicality. They have a stronger need than most for order and organization. • Example: George Washington 7. ISFJ’s are careful and considerate. The tend to remember small details about people and projects, but can be painstakingly thorough. • Example: Mother Teresa 8. ISFP’s avoid conflict and exude a quiet friendliness. They are open minded and sympathetic but prefer not to work with others. • Example: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
  8. 8. 9. ESFP’s enjoy working in groups, and match common sense with flexibility. They love people and life, but can likewise be materialistic. • Example: Peter the Great 10. ESFJ’s are outgoing and loyal. They are great at following through on projects, yet often seek affirmation and appreciation. • Example: Andrew Carnegie 11. ESTJ’s are decisive and efficient. They are systematic in their approach, but can be forceful in implementing those decisions. • Example: Henry Ford 12. ESTP’s are bold and tactical, with an energy for problem solving. They have a harder time focusing on concepts and theories. • Example: Winston Churchill
  9. 9. 13. ENTP’s are clever and entrepreneurial. They dislike routine, which can make it hard for them to commit longer term to an interest. • Example: Benjamin Franklin 14. ENTJ’s tend to assume leadership roles and solve organizational problems. They can be pushy when putting their ideas forward. • Example: Napoleon Bonaparte 15. ENFJ’s are goal oriented and caring. They are highly empathetic, yet for similar reasons can be overly sensitive to criticism. • Example: Martin Luther King Jr. 16. ENFP’s are charismatic, imaginative and warm with their support. They need a lot of affirmation from others. • Example: Oscar Wilde
  10. 10. THANK YOU!

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