Jung Typology Test Report

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Having taken the Jung Typology Test, my MBTI results have changed as follows:- From: ESTP E for Extroversion, S for Sensing, T for Thinking and P for Perceiving To: INTP Introvert (9%), iNtuitive (22%), Thinking (9%), and Perceiving (16%) While there is a match with TP preferences, there is a strong deviation in my selection as it applies to the Sensing and iNtuitive preferences. I am not too worried about the change from Extroversion to Introversion as the variation of 9% is not too high. It must be pointed out that the initial selection of the ESTP was not based on a similar scientific Jung Test. As a result I will focus my effort to evaluate the EI assessment as determined by the Jung MBTI test. The INTP result was based on a more comprehensive test questionnaire though I still feel it is limited…show more content…
There are several examples I can chose from but the example I want to tackle will be the current one and would make this knowledge I have acquired about myself relevant. Some of the projects that highlighted these challenges where:- • The introduction, development and implementation of a Bank’s Country Disaster Recovery Plan. • Renegotiating the Bank’s business contracts to make them not only cost effective but also have effective business supportive structures. • Developing an online Health and Safety reporting and monitoring system. Not only did I have train our Staff, but I also had solicit for budgetary support from the Bank executive. This required the utilization of these MBTI factors to the full to ensure a successful project outcome. To make the MBTI results relevant to my current occupation, one of my business shops is not doing well. From the results of the Jung Test it appears to point out why this could be the case. With the knowledge I have gained on this assessment, I will need to take quick remedial action to save my business operation before it is closed

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