Personality
and their
traits
What is Personality?
Myers
Briggs

• Designed psychometric questionnaire
• Sensation, intuition, feeling, and thinking
• First published in 196...
The16 personality traits:
ISTJ
The Duty Fulfiller
• Introverted Sensing
• Serious
• Extraverted Thinking
ISTP
The Mechanic
• Quiet and reserved, interested in how and
why things work
• Excellent skills with mechanical things
• ...
ISFJ
The Nurturer
• Quiet, kind, and conscientious
• Stable and practical
• Value security and traditions
ISFP
The Artist
• Quiet, serious, sensitive and kind
• Loyal and faithful
• Extremely well-developed senses, and
aesthetic...
INFJ
The Protector
• Quietly forceful, original, and sensitive
• Tend to stick to things until they are done
• Extremely i...
INFP
The Idealist
• Quiet, reflective, and idealistic
• Interested in serving humanity
• Talented writers
INTJ
The Scientist
• Independent, original, analytical, and
determined
• Highly value knowledge, competence, and
structure...
INTP
The Thinker
• Logical, original, creative thinkers
• Quiet and reserved, hard to get to know well
• Individualistic, ...
ESTP
The Doer
• Friendly, adaptable, action-oriented
• Living in the here-and-now, they're risktakers who live fast-paced ...
ESTJ
The Guardian
• Practical, traditional, and organized
• Not interested in theory or abstraction
unless they see the pr...
ESFP
The Performer
• People-oriented and fun-loving
• They dislike theory and impersonal analysis
• Likely to be the cente...
ESFJ
The Caregiver
• Warm-hearted, popular, and conscientious
• Strong sense of responsibility and duty
• Well-developed s...
ENFP
The Inspirer
• Enthusiastic, idealistic, and creative
• Able to do almost anything that interests
them
• Excited by n...
ENFJ
The Giver
• Popular and sensitive, with outstanding
people skills
• Dislike impersonal analysis
• Very effective at m...
ENTP
The Visionary
• Creative, resourceful, and intellectually
quick.
• Enjoy debating issues, and may be into ‘oneup-man-...
ENTJ
The Executive
• Assertive and outspoken - they are driven
to lead
• Excellent ability to understand difficult
organiz...
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Personality-16 personality traits

  1. 1. Personality and their traits
  2. 2. What is Personality?
  3. 3. Myers Briggs • Designed psychometric questionnaire • Sensation, intuition, feeling, and thinking • First published in 1962
  4. 4. The16 personality traits:
  5. 5. ISTJ The Duty Fulfiller • Introverted Sensing • Serious • Extraverted Thinking
  6. 6. ISTP The Mechanic • Quiet and reserved, interested in how and why things work • Excellent skills with mechanical things • Risk-takers who they live for the moment
  7. 7. ISFJ The Nurturer • Quiet, kind, and conscientious • Stable and practical • Value security and traditions
  8. 8. ISFP The Artist • Quiet, serious, sensitive and kind • Loyal and faithful • Extremely well-developed senses, and aesthetic appreciation for beauty
  9. 9. INFJ The Protector • Quietly forceful, original, and sensitive • Tend to stick to things until they are done • Extremely intuitive about people, and concerned for their feelings
  10. 10. INFP The Idealist • Quiet, reflective, and idealistic • Interested in serving humanity • Talented writers
  11. 11. INTJ The Scientist • Independent, original, analytical, and determined • Highly value knowledge, competence, and structure • Long-range thinkers
  12. 12. INTP The Thinker • Logical, original, creative thinkers • Quiet and reserved, hard to get to know well • Individualistic, having no interest in leading or following others
  13. 13. ESTP The Doer • Friendly, adaptable, action-oriented • Living in the here-and-now, they're risktakers who live fast-paced lifestyles • Impatient with long explanations
  14. 14. ESTJ The Guardian • Practical, traditional, and organized • Not interested in theory or abstraction unless they see the practical application • ‘Good citizens’ who value security and peaceful living
  15. 15. ESFP The Performer • People-oriented and fun-loving • They dislike theory and impersonal analysis • Likely to be the center of attention
  16. 16. ESFJ The Caregiver • Warm-hearted, popular, and conscientious • Strong sense of responsibility and duty • Well-developed sense of space and function
  17. 17. ENFP The Inspirer • Enthusiastic, idealistic, and creative • Able to do almost anything that interests them • Excited by new ideas, but bored with details. • Open-minded and flexible
  18. 18. ENFJ The Giver • Popular and sensitive, with outstanding people skills • Dislike impersonal analysis • Very effective at managing people issues
  19. 19. ENTP The Visionary • Creative, resourceful, and intellectually quick. • Enjoy debating issues, and may be into ‘oneup-man-ship’ • Outspoken and assertive
  20. 20. ENTJ The Executive • Assertive and outspoken - they are driven to lead • Excellent ability to understand difficult organizational problems • Intelligent and well-informed
  21. 21. Thank you

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