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

Myers-Briggs® Test ENFP Personality Types and Leadership

Geeta AnejaBusiness and Leadership, ENFP, Leadership, MBTI

Being aware of your Myers Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) personality type as well as those of your peers and employees can help you build stronger teams and committees. In the long run, this will help to increase the efficiency of your organization. In this blog, we focus on how Myers-Briggs test ENFP’s, who are Extraverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving types, can … Read More

Myers Briggs ENTJ MBTI® Personality Types’ Leadership Style

Geeta AnejaBusiness and Leadership, ENTJ, Leadership, MBTI

Being aware of your Myers-Briggs® personality type can help you motivate others, and give you a framework for your leadership preferences so that you may work on becoming a more efficient leader. In many ways, your personality type mirrors your leadership qualities and challenges, so knowing it can help you optimize your performance. This week, we will learn about how … Read More

The Myers-Briggs® Test and Employee Retention

Jonathan Bollag, Owner and FounderAssessments, Business and Leadership, MBTI

Myers-Briggs® Test Internal work environment dynamics vary a great deal. Considering what type of personalities best fit within different departments is of the utmost importance in corporate settings. For example, one might not get the best results when placing an Myer-Briggs Type Indicator Introverted Type person in a large group business environment, just as you might not in placing an Extraverted … Read More

The FIRO Business® Assessment Can Improve Your Work Environment

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, Business and Leadership, FIRO

“Knowledge is power”, and knowing yourself is a powerful tool when optimizing your work and business environment.  The FIRO Business® Assessment was created in order to target interpersonal needs as specifically related to your workplace behavior.  Regardless of whether you are a manager, group or specialist, you can benefit from learning what your specific needs are, and how they relate … Read More

MBTI® and FIRO-B® Leadership Report: How This Can Help You Be A More Effective Leader and Manager

Jonathan Bollag, Owner and FounderBusiness and Leadership, FIRO, MBTI, Personality Type, Resources, Team Culture

The Leadership Report Using The FIRO-B® and MBTI® test begins with an explanation of your leadership style according to your Myers-Briggs® personality type.  This Report is based on The FIRO® test and The MBTI test, the most widely used personality assessment in the world that has been proven to be the best personality test as well as an occupational test to determine … Read More

Boost Employee Efficiency With The FIRO-B® Test Interpretive Report For Organizations

Jonathan Bollag, Owner and FounderAssessments, Business and Leadership, Careers, FIRO, Resources, Team Culture

Do you want to know which of your employees are more effective team members and which are more efficient working alone? Do you wonder, as a manager, which employees to place on organized teams and which employees to assign independent tasks? Do you want to know which employees function more efficiently with more control over their workplace and which seem … Read More

MBTI® Test Personality Differences Can Create a stronger and More Productive Team

Jonathan Bollag, Owner and FounderBusiness and Leadership, MBTI, Personality Type, Resources, Team Culture

MBTI® Test Personality Differences  People have personality differences, though this is a strength, not a weakness. So You find yourself day dreaming about the future…maybe you daydream about future possibilities in your personal life, or maybe you daydream about future work possibilities…. Perhaps you are not a daydreamer. Perhaps you prefer to concentrate on what is in front of you-what … Read More

Celebrity MBTI® Test: Steve Jobs Personality Type ISTP, Fueling the Genius

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, Business and Leadership, ISTP, MBTI, MBTI Celebrities, Personality Type

Steve Jobs Personality Type Today marks part four of our 16 part series exploring the sixteen Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® test personality types and related notable Celebrity figures throughout time.  Previously we examined Celebrity John D Rockefeller and the MBTI® test ESTJ personality type.   This week we examine the ISTP (Introversion-Sensing-Thinking-Perceiving) and the late great mastermind behind the “Apple”, Steve Jobs. Most people remember Steve … Read More

Celebrity MBTI® Test: John D Rockefeller Personality Type ESTJ, The Industrial Emperor

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, Business and Leadership, ESTJ, MBTI, MBTI Celebrities, Personality Type

John D Rockefeller Personality Type Today marks part three of our 16 part series exploring the sixteen Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® personality types and related Celebrity figures throughout time. Last time we covered Augustus Caesar and the MBTI® test INTJ type.  This week we examine the ESTJ, Extraversion-Sensing-Thinking-Judging, and John D Rockefeller who many argue to be the world’s most successful industrialist with an inflation adjusted … Read More

FIRO-B® and The FIRO Business®: How Your Best-Fit Needs Preference Equate to On-the-Job and Personal Success

Jonathan Bollag, Owner and FounderAssessments, Business and Leadership, FIRO, Resources

The differences between The Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation Behavior Report  and The Fundamental Interpersonal Orientations Business Report  lies in the type of need each report measures. As stated in the Career Assessment Site Blog entitled, “The Firo Assessments: Honing in on Your Interpersonal Wants and Needs,” the FIRO-B® test measures your need for Inclusion, Control, and Affection. On the other hand, … Read More