The MBTI® Test INTJ Personality Type and Emotional Intelligence

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

Emotional intelligence—defined as “a complex ability to regulate your impulses, empathize with others, and persist and be resilient in the face of obstacles”—varies between each of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) Personality Types. (Pearman, 2002, CPP) This week, we’ll learn about the intrapersonal processes that make up the emotional intelligence of the INTJ Personality Type (Introverted Intuition with Extraverted Thinking). Those with … Read More

The MBTI® Test INFJ Personality Type and Emotional Intelligence

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

Your MBTI® Test (MBTI) personality type can tell you a lot about yourself—including your level of emotional intelligence. This week, we will learn how the Introverted Intuition with Extraverted Feeling (INFJ) Myers-Briggs® Type usually handles his or her emotions in different situations, and what they can do to play off of their emotional strengths and work on their weaknesses. Emotional … Read More

The MBTI® Test ISFJ Personality Type and Emotional Intelligence

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

Your MBTI® Test Personality Type has its own way of dealing with emotions, called emotional intelligence. Understanding your MBTI Type’s emotional intelligence can help you adapt your awareness of others’ emotions in certain situations or more adeptly develop your own emotions. The MBTI® Test ISFJ Personality Type, Introverted Sensing with Extraverted Feeling (ISFJ),  is intrapersonal in their emotional intelligence— they reflect on … Read More

The MBTI® Test ISTJ Personality Type and Emotional Intelligence

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

MBTI® ISTJ Personality Type and Emotional Intelligence Each Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) Personality Type has a varying level of emotional intelligence—whether they are best at dealing with emotions internally (intrapersonal) or best at expressing their emotions openly with others (interpersonal), everyone has a different way of dealing with their feelings and understanding the feelings of those around them. This week, … Read More

The MBTI® Test and Emotional Intelligence

Taylor MicaelaEmotional Intelligence, MBTI, Personality Type

The MBTI® and Emotional Intelligence Every person’s emotions develop differently, but learning about how your MBTI® test personality type’s emotional intelligence is formed can help you use your strengths to your advantage. A person’s emotional intelligence can be defined as “a complex ability to regulate [their] impulses, empathize with others, and persist and be resilient in the face of obstacles.” … Read More