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

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

MBTI® Test ENTJ Personality Type and Project Management

Taylor MicaelaBlogs, MBTI, Personality Type, Project Management

MBTI® Test ENTJ Personality Type and Project Management An individual’s Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI Test) assessment type can say a lot about how they go about working on and overseeing the completion of a project. Therefore, by understanding how your MBTI personality type best approaches project management, you can proactively tailor your project experience to take advantage of your … Read More

MBTI® Test ESFJ Personality Type and Project Management

Taylor MicaelaBlogs, MBTI, Personality Type, Project Management

An individual’s Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI® Test) personality type can provide insight into how he or she approach, conduct, and conclude projects. Discovering more about your MBTI type can help you become more efficient and open-minded in your project endeavors, as this knowledge allows you to tweak the projects you take on and your already established project-boosting techniques to better … Read More

The Myers-Briggs® ENTP Personality Type and Project Management

Taylor MicaelaBlogs, MBTI, Personality Type, Project Management

Depending on your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) Personality type, you may find yourself working on projects in a completely different way from your peers—you may find that you succeed at the scheduling and formatting components of a project or work better by yourself as opposed to in a group. This phenomenon can be better understood by educating yourself on your … Read More

The Myers-Briggs® ESTJ Personality Type and Project Management

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

Working on projects is a task that we all complete at some point in our lives, but the way that we approach, plan, and complete these projects varies depending on our Myers-Briggs® Type Indicator (MBTI®) Personality Type. This week, we’ll learn how Extraverted Thinking with Introverted Sensing (ESTJ) types best complete projects and work in project teams. For us, projects … Read More

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

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

Each Myers-Briggs Test personality type has its own way of approaching, looking at, and completing projects. This week, we’ll learn how Extraverted Sensing with Introverted Feeling (ESFP) types take on projects, and what they could do to make sure they stay on track. For starters, we’ll define a project as “a temporary endeavor, under taken to create a unique product … Read More

The Myers-Briggs® Test ESTP Types and Project Management

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

MBTI® ESTP Types and Project Management The way in which individuals approach projects in slightly different ways can be attributed to his or her Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Personality Type—including the roles they play, the stage of the project they work in, and the type of project that fits them best. Learning about how your Myers-Briggs® Test Personality Type best fits in … Read More

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

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

INTP Personality Type and Project Management How we work on projects—both independently and within a group—is largely based on the fundamental components of our Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) Personality Types. Learning about your MBTI Test Type can help you become more efficient in your projects, more clear about which roles you would best fulfill, and what to avoid in order … 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

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

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

ISFP Personality Types and Project Management Depending on your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® personality type, you may t certain parts of a project or in certain roles. This week, we’ll explore how the Introverted Feeling with Extraverted Sensing Myers-Briggs Test types work in project situations. A project can be defined as , “a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or … Read More

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

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

ISTP Personality Type and Project Management Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) personality types approach projects in different ways; from the way they work to which role they fulfill best in team environments. A project, in this case, refers to “a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or service” with “a definite beginning and a definite end.” (Tucker, 2008, CPP) … Read More