Follow–up on Understanding your personality type
Heres a summary of how I've been getting on with my action points
apologies for my late respond, but to be honest, it took me a while to think of the action points that I should set.
I have read the descriptions of ISTJ and ESTJ personality types several times, and to be honest, I just can't lean to one or the other. However, in both potential areas for growth, I might have spot mine for improvement.
So, here are my action points:
1. According to ISTJ, I find it difficult to trust anyone else, therefore I usually fail to delegate work when doing a project/work. It is actually true that sometimes I just don't let other people to a part of the work because I feel that I can do it better.
In this term, one of the module is Business Planning. We are divided into groups of 6 students. Colleague and I, we are let's say leaders of the team. Sometimes I find myself doing a bit more than other people. So from now on, I will be more strict on myself, I will pass some of the tasks to other people without thinking about the result.
2. Also in ISTJ, such people are critical and judgmental of others. Partly true, I usually set high goals for myself and sometimes expect other people to meet the same level. Again, I will try to control myself in such situations - even if it is sometimes difficult :)
3. According to ESTJ, I sometimes give less attention to my intuition - I will try to act more spontaneously/to trust my intuition. Don't know exactly how to focus on this one, but will do my best!
So, I hope I covered it all.
Thank you for reading Mary and will keep you posted!
A good attempt at some concrete action points from conasidering your behaviour through an MBTI “lens”. It will be good if you can find some examples of how you tried to implement these points, and whether it “felt” right for you. I look forward to erading how you get on with this. Good luck and best wishes
20 Feb 2012, 17:29
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