The ESFJ MBTI® Personality Type and Learning Styles

In Blogs, ESFJ, Learning Styles, MBTI by Geeta Aneja

The professional environment today is incredibly competitive. In order to be successful, people need to be able to maintain their current workload while also constantly learning the latest new techniques or being aware of the latest developments in their field. Staying one step ahead of the competition can mean the difference between landing a job or not. As we all … Read More

MBTI® ESFJ Personalities and Decision Making

In ESFJ, MBTI, Type and Decision-Making by Geeta Aneja

Each of us makes dozens of decisions every single day, from developing a strategy for an important meeting to evaluating career options or even having difficult conversations with co-workers. We approach even the simplest of decisions in very different ways. Some people prefer to resolve misunderstandings through direct, face-to-face conversations. In sharp contrast, others may prefer to send an e-mail, … Read More

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

In Business and Leadership, Communication and Type, ESFJ, Leadership, MBTI by Geeta Aneja

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® MBTI® Test ESFJ Personality Types and Leadership

In Business and Leadership, ESFJ, Leadership, MBTI, Personality Type by Geeta Aneja

Knowing your Myers-Briggs® personality type can help you be an efficient, self reflective and effective leader. This week’s blog post is focused on Extraverted- Sensing-Feeling-Judging personality types (ESFJ) and how they can capitalize on their own strengths and work to maximize the productivity of their teams. Leaders today face increasing challenges in a global environment (Richmond, 2008). That means that … Read More