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Personality Types as Employees: ESFP

Personality Types as Employees: ESFP

The next personality type in our ongoing discussion of Myers-Briggs personality types in the workplace is spontaneous, outgoing, and resourceful ESFP. ESFP personalities are often referred to as “The Entertainer,” with about four to ten percent of individuals...
Personality Types as Employees: ESTP

Personality Types as Employees: ESTP

The next personality type we will discuss today of the 16 personalities identified by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is action-oriented, outgoing, and dramatic ESTP. Also known as “The Entrepreneur,” about four to ten percent of individuals exhibit an ESTP...
Personality Types as Employees: INFP

Personality Types as Employees: INFP

Today’s dive into Myers-Briggs personality types are creative, idealistic, and driven INFP. Otherwise known as “The Mediators,” this personality type is estimated to account for about four percent of the United States population. What does is stand for? INFP’s are...
Personality Types as Employees: ISFP

Personality Types as Employees: ISFP

Today we will be discussing an overview of the ISFP personality type, a quiet, peaceful, and easy-going individual. Otherwise known as “The Adventurer,” about five to ten percent of individuals have an ISFP personality type. What does it stand for? ISFP personalities...
Personality Types as Employees: ISTP

Personality Types as Employees: ISTP

When you are evaluating current or potential employees, you need to understand their personality type. Without a clear understanding of who you are dealing with, you can’t help them grow in their position and ultimately contribute to your company in the best way. One personality type you will encounter is the ISTP.

Personality Types as Employees: INFJ

Personality Types as Employees: INFJ

Some employees are a better fit for your team than others. However, each person has a unique personality that is good in some ways and bad in others. Understanding which personality types mean different things is crucial to your success. So to help you mold your team and get the most out of them, here is what you should know about INFJs:

Innovation vs Entrepreneurship

Innovation vs Entrepreneurship

There are distinct concepts in the business world that may seem like they are similar. One of these is the difference between innovation and entrepreneurship. There is a correlation between the two; however, they are completely different.

Relaxing is Good for Entrepreneurs

Relaxing is Good for Entrepreneurs

In the US, we often operate our lives like this: work until the job gets done, take a short break, and start all over again. While working hard is great in and of itself, too much work can lead to burnout, which causes mental and physical health problems....
Personality Types As Employees: INTJ

Personality Types As Employees: INTJ

In March, I started discussing some of the benefits of using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator in the office. Today, we’ll take a look at another NT personality type: the INTJ. What does it stand for? INTJ stands for Introversion, iNtuition, Thinking, and Judging....