Your Personality Type Decoded

Your Personality Type Decoded

Know Your Dominant & Auxiliary Functions

Posted on  by Paul Sacco

In my last post, I showed you how to decode your Myers-Briggs personality type to determine the cognitive functions (mental processes) representing your preferences for gathering information and making decisions. See the table below to find out if you correctly decoded your type. In future posts, I will explain each cognitive function.

Remember, that each type represents our preferences and we are capable of using of using all eight cognitive functions. However, because of our preferences, we often neglect to use or develop our other functions. Maturing as a leader involves learning when and how to appropriately use our non-preferred mental processes. For example, when appropriate, thinkers must learn to incorporate feelings into their decisions and feelers might need to incorporate thinking.

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