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

How Does an ESFJ Type Prefer to Relate in The Workplace?

Geeta AnejaCommunication and Type, ESFJ, MBTI, Uncategorized

Miscommunications are inevitable when people work together in any setting, and they become even more likely in the fast-paced environment of today’s world. However, thanks to recent research into personality types and communication (e.g., Dunning, 2003), we now have ways to predict these mishaps and help companies and employees prepare for them, so you can spend your time where it … Read More

Myers Briggs® ISFJ Personality Types and Communication

Geeta AnejaBlogs, Communication and Type, ISFJ, MBTI

For decades if not centuries, miscommunications in the workplace have been the inevitable result of people with different backgrounds from different walks of life. However, building on new research in understanding Myers-Briggs Personality Types in which Dunning (2003) has observed relationships between how people communicate and their MBTI personality type. This post delves into how being aware of the Myers-Briggs … Read More

MBTI® ESFP Personality Types’ Communication Style In The Workplace

Geeta AnejaCommunication and Type, ESFP, MBTI

Individuals’ Myers-Briggs® personality type  (MBTI® Type) often influence the ways that they communicate and interpret others’ communication. As a result, being keenly aware of your own MBTI personality Type as well as those of your co-workers or employees can help you minimize communicative breakdowns and spend more time on what really matters – working together to maximize the productivity of … Read More

MBTI® Test ENFJ Personality Type and Project Management Preferences

Geeta AnejaBlogs, ENFJ, MBTI, Project Management

  Your team members’ Myers Briggs® Personality Type  (MBTI®) can provide valuable insights into the manner in which they may approach various projects they are assigned. Being cognizant of team strengths and preferences can help leaders and teams anticipate the optimal ways to utilize the talents of individual team members and harness the team as a whole. Ultimately, doing so … Read More

Myers Briggs® ESTP Personality Types and Communication in The Workplace

Geeta AnejaBlogs, Communication and Type, ESTP, MBTI

The ways that people communicate varies, sometimes widely. While this variation can be a good thing and makes for an interesting work environment, at times, it can cause rough patches or make life difficult in the workplace. The good news is that Dunning (2003) has found that individuals’ communication style is influenced by their MBTI®  personality type. Therefore, identifying the various … Read More

MBTI® Test ENFP Personality Types and Project Management Preferences

Geeta AnejaBlogs, MBTI, Personality Type, Project Management

Different peoples’ Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI Test) personality type can yield valuable insights about their thought processes, strengths, and proclivities while they are planning for, completing, and wrapping up projects. Learning about your own MBTI test type, as well as those of your team members or co-workers, can facilitate the development of a more efficient and equitable work environment. It … Read More

Myers Briggs® INTJ Personality Types and Communication in The Workplace

Geeta AnejaCommunication and Type, INTJ, MBTI, Personality Type, Uncategorized

People communicate in ways that differ vastly from one another. In some cases, these differences are positive and enable individuals to learn and grow with one another in a working environment. However, in other cases, they can cause miscommunications that are mildly inconvenient at best. Fortunately, Dunning (2003) has drawn parallels between communication styles and Myers-Briggs test personality type indicators. This … Read More

The Myers Briggs® INTJ Personality Type Leadership Preference

Geeta AnejaBusiness and Leadership, INTJ, Leadership, MBTI

Being a strong, confident, and above all, an effective leader is important and vital in the fast-paced 21st century workplace. Thanks to technology-facilitated instant communication, companies and clients are expecting their teams to complete projects quickly and accurately. The best way to ensure that the teams you lead are functioning optimally is to be aware of your and their MBTI® … Read More

The Myers-Briggs® INFP Personality Type Leadership Preference

Geeta AnejaBusiness and Leadership, INFP, Leadership, MBTI

INFP Personality Type Leadership Preferences This week’s post focuses on Introverted-Intuition-Feeling-Perceiving (INFP) personality types and how they can effectively adapt to today’s fast-paced, complex working environment. People are often told to capitalize on their strengths to maximize their achievements, both in and out of the workplace. Before modern leadership development strategies were prominent, people would try dozens of strategies and … Read More