INFP Personality Types and Learning Styles

Geeta AnejaINFP, Learning Styles, MBTI

Different people often learn in vastly different ways. Some prefer reading quietly on their own, while others learn through interactive or exploratory group tasks. Some value information that has an immediate application in the real world, while others enjoy the thrill of exploring hypotheticals, even if they are physical and logical impossibilities. Knowing your MBTI® personality type can help you … Read More

INFP Myers-Briggs® Personality Types and Decision Making

Geeta AnejaINFP, MBTI, Type and Decision-Making

Each one of us makes dozens of decisions every day, often starting with whether or not to hit “snooze” before getting out of bed. While some decisions, like what to have for breakfast, are relatively low-stakes, decisions in the workplace can yield enormous benefits or crushing losses. Another difference is that decisions in the workplace often involve multiple people collaborating … Read More

Myers-Briggs® ISFJ Personality Types and Learning Styles

Geeta AnejaISFJ, Learning Styles, MBTI

Regardless of your career or field, you are probably familiar with the experience of spending long hours poring over training manuals or textbooks, staring at a computer screen, or taking notes in a training workshop, trying in vain to absorb every bit of information possible. You’ve probably tried different “study techniques” – timing your coffee breaks, or only studying for … Read More

INFJ MBTI® Personality Types and Decision-Making

Geeta AnejaINFJ, MBTI, Type and Decision-Making

Most of us are well aware that different people often make different decisions in similar situations. However, most of us also have no idea why. This confusion can lead to frustration, clouding an otherwise harmonious work environment. Hirsh and Hirsh (2003) observe that The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®  (MBTI®)  is a fairly good predictor of how individuals make decisions, and can … Read More

ISTP Personality Types and Learning Styles

Geeta AnejaISTP, Learning Styles, MBTI

  Being familiar with your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Personality Type (MBTI®) can help you understand and learn more efficiently. Regardless of the kind of content you need to master or what your personal strengths are, you can leverage your personality type to develop strategies to remember more information faster and more accurately. This post focuses specifically on ISTP Personality Types … Read More

ISFP MBTI® Personality Types and Decision-Making

Geeta AnejaISFP, MBTI, Type and Decision-Making

  Myers-Briggs Personality Type (MBTI®) Theory can transform how we think about decision making—how people choose to do what they do and how they do it. Different people not only make different decisions, but they also take into account different factors when making up their minds, or may be more or less open to changing their minds after they have … Read More

MBTI Types: ISTJ Personalities and Learning Styles

Geeta AnejaISTJ, Learning Styles, MBTI

Every single one of us has at some point in our lives squandered countless hours trying in vain to memorize volumes of information. Whether we are grade-school students studying for exams, professionals seeking a vocational certification, or administrators preparing for presentations, we’ve all tried “studying hard” only to find our efforts fruitless. Luckily, recent breakthroughs in research on Myers-Briggs® Personality … Read More

MBTI® Personality Test and Learning Styles

Geeta AnejaLearning Styles, MBTI

Humans are hardwired to learn constantly, in every environment and at every age. However, different people have different learning styles and learn best in different ways. Some prefer to absorb information by quietly reading, while others prefer processing information by talking with others, or by trying to apply the information to accomplish a task. Knowing how you learn best and … Read More

MBTI® ISFJ Personalities and Decision Making

Geeta AnejaISFJ, MBTI, Type and Decision-Making

How and why individuals make decisions are often influenced by their Myers-Briggs Personality Types (MBTI® Types). More specifically, MBTI® Types can affect what factors different people consider important in a decision, whether decisions are “in stone” or flexible, and how people determine whether or not a decision was optimal or successful. Differences in decision making style can cause tension in … Read More

MBTI® ISTP Personalities and Decision Making

Geeta AnejaISTP, MBTI, Type and Decision-Making

Developing a deeper understanding of your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Personality Type (MBTI®) can offer insights into the nuances of decision making. In particular, what factors are considered in the decision itself, how different individuals prefer to approach implementation, and how they tend to evaluate the success of the initiative. Such insights can help you reduce conflict and make more effective, … Read More

MBTI® ISTJ Personalities and Decision Making

Geeta AnejaISTJ, MBTI, Type and Decision-Making

You and your co-workers’ Myers-Briggs® Personality Type (MBTI®) can affect how decisions are made, both as individuals and as a group or team. Not only can your MBTI personality type influence final agreements that are reached, but it can also affect the process, including what information is considered important by different individuals, how negotiations take place, and what final outcomes … Read More

MBTI® Personality Types and Your Decision Making Process

Geeta AnejaMBTI, Type and Decision-Making

MBTI ® Personality Types influence many aspects of behavior, including leadership tendencies and communication style, as we’ve discussed in previous blogs. In this next series of blogs, we will explore how MBTI Personality Types can affect corporate team members’ decision making, including what factors they consider and what outcomes they value. Being aware of employees, managers and even CEO’s and … Read More