My MBTI profile is that of INFJ. This means that I have preference for Introversion, Intuition, Feeling and Judging.
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- Be sincere, genuine, affirming, appreciative and supportive
- Recognise their values and contribution, and listen carefully to their insights
- Give them broad, conceptual information and quiet, uninterrupted time to process it
- Relate facts and details to ideals and possibilities; show how people will be affected
- Share your vision and highlight ideas and insights
- Share your values and the personal meaning behind the data
- Use abstract language and be willing to think outside the box
- Show them alternative perspectives
- Give feedback as early as possible when working on projects or making plans
- Present complex challenges that will be meaningful and valuable
- Come across as overly critical or judgmental
- Expect them to change their minds quickly or give an immediate response
- Surprise them or introduce change without providing an overview and rationale
- Share only part of the information or ask them to take a quick look at something
- Provide feedback when they have completed planning or are implementing a project
- Focus on unimportant details or routine matters
- Expect or ask for immediate buy-in for a new idea
- Tell them specifics or give them details about how to do something
- Focus on the logical implications at the expense of the people and values involved
- Concentrate mainly on the short-term, immediate situation
If you would like to get an assessment of your MBTI profile, you may like to check out: http://www.asianicpsych.com.au/dev_assess.html. I understand that there is a fee though for the online assessment.
By the way, yours truly is an accredited administrator of MBTI, which means that I am qualified to administer the MBTI inventory and interpret the results.