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

Myers Briggs® ENFJs and Communication

Geeta AnejaCommunication and Type, ENFJ, MBTI

Workplace miscommunications often squander resources that could be better spent working towards maximizing output and production and increasing an organization’s efficiency. For years, they were considered an inevitable result of people working together in a close, fast-paced environment. However, recent research has linked Myers Briggs® Personality Types to individual tendencies and quirks of communication. Dunning (2003), builds on this research … Read More

Myers Briggs ISTP Personality Types and Communication in The Workplace

Geeta AnejaCommunication and Type, ISTP, MBTI

Communication is one of the most overlooked factors in the modern workplace, according to Dunning (2003). However, it is also one of the most significant. Improving workplace communication can streamline projects and make the office a more enjoyable environment. Making seemingly minor changes in how you and your team communicate can help you spend less time resolving disagreements or miscommunications … Read More

Myers-Briggs® INFP Personality Types and Communication in The Workplace

Geeta AnejaCommunication and Type, INFP, MBTI

Communication has an enormous impact on the modern workplace. Not only do people communicate through a variety of media (texts, email, voice mails, phone, and more!) but they also can vary widely in style of communication. Some people are more direct and assertive in expressing themselves, while others are more diplomatic. At times, these differences can cause challenges in the … Read More

Myers-Briggs® Test ESTJ Personality Types and Communication in The Workplace

Geeta AnejaBlogs, Communication and Type, ESTJ, MBTI

  People can differ vastly in the way they prefer to communicate- from reserved and soft-spoken to having to be at the center of every conversation. These differences can be particularly stressful in the workplace, where projects need to be completed as accurately and efficiently as possible, and where a miscommunication can have serious financial or even legal consequences. Fortunately, … Read More

Myers Briggs® INFJ Personality Types and Communication in The Workplace

Geeta AnejaBlogs, Communication and Type, INFJ, MBTI

  Communication is of the utmost importance in having successful business and personal interactions. While each of us communicates with numerous people in our day-to-day lives, few of us consider why or how we communicate or how our communication style may affect others. In the workplace, however, these unintended effects can snowball and cause problems that could have been prevented … Read More

Myers-Briggs® Test ENFP Personality Types and Communication in The Workplace

Geeta AnejaBlogs, Communication and Type, ENFP, MBTI

  According to Dunning (2003), “Communication is key to a successful business and personal interactions” (Dunning, p.1). Not only can improving your communication “increase your effectiveness as an employee, supervisor, trainee, coach, team member, and/or leader” (Dunning, p. 1), but it can also increase the efficiency of communication between employees or team members, ultimately increasing the output of your team … Read More

Myers Briggs (MBTI) Test ENTJ Personality Type Communication Strategy in The Workplace

Geeta AnejaCommunication and Type, ENTJ, MBTI

  What you will learn from this Blog Post Streamlining your organization’s communication can drastically improve workplace culture, employee morale, and above all, productivity and efficiency. While many may consider miscommunications or misunderstandings an unavoidable byproduct of the highly collaborative environments in which most people find themselves working today, Dunning (2003) links Myers-Briggs® Personality Types to communication styles and explores … Read More

Myers Briggs® ISFP Personality Types and Communication Styles

Geeta AnejaCommunication and Type, ISFP, MBTI

Developing a deeper understanding of individuals’ Myers Briggs® Personality Types can provide valuable insights into how and why they communicate in certain ways, helping employees at all managerial levels anticipate miscommunications before they occur, streamlining operations, and ultimately improving the functioning of any team, organization, or corporation. According to Dunning (2003), communication is one of the most under-emphasized aspects of workplace organization, … Read More

Myers-Briggs® INTP Personality Types’ Communicative Strengths, Challenges, Tips and Advice

Geeta AnejaCommunication and Type, INTP, MBTI

Myers-Briggs INTP Personality Types and Communication  In the workplace, having a team of people with varying Myers-Briggs® personality types can be beneficial. Individuals’ diverse strengths and perspectives complement one another (Dunning, 2003), composing a more agile, capable team. However, this diversity also requires team members to pay careful attention to communication. The importance of communication is often underestimated, since so … Read More