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® 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

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

The MBTI® Test INFP Personality Type and Innovation

Taylor MicaelaBlogs, INFP, Innovation, MBTI, Personality Type

  Innovation, defined as “the implementation of ideas,” varies between different personalities and people. (Killen and Williams, 2009, CPP)  Whether someone is adept at specific stages of innovation or in certain types of innovation can be explored through learning about their Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI Test) assessment type. For example, Introverted Feeling with Extraverted Intuition (INFP) types are proficient at … Read More

The MBTI® Test INFP Personality Type and Emotional Intelligence

Taylor MicaelaBlogs, Emotional Intelligence, INFP, MBTI, Personality Type

A person’s emotional intelligence can greatly affect how they perceive themselves and others, as well as how they manage their own emotions. Knowing your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI® Test) personality type can give you insight into your level of emotional intelligence, and help you be more open to others and your own emotions as a result. This week, we’ll learn … Read More

The Myers-Briggs® Test INFP Personality Type and Project Management

Taylor MicaelaBlogs, INFP, MBTI, Personality Type, Project Management

INFP Personality Type and Project Management Your personality type can say a lot about you, including how well you work in projects and what kinds of roles or projects you would enjoy working on. Educating yourself on your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) Personality Type can help you realize your potential in project situations. This week, we’ll learn about projects and … Read More