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Write between a minimum 3 full pages in the MLA format (meaning 23 text lines on each page, not counting the upper RH pagination in the document header), and a maximum 4 pages about what you found out by taking the Myers-Briggs Assessment. Page counts do not include the Works Cited page(s).
1. I am interested in your thoughts about what both the assessment results and the information in the other documents mean to you. Also, make sure to include your MBTI four-letter grouping in your written response.
2. Some things to think about: does this information give you any insights into possible careers, varying types of workplace environments and day-to-day work activities you may or may not do best in? Would a more structured or less structured work environments be a better fit (for instance, a larger corporation or a smaller one; a more formal organization chart and reporting structure, or a less structured environment), particularly when starting out in your career? What other MBTI personality types do you think you would best match with in the workplace, and which ones would be opposite to your work style? What do you need to be aware of if your boss, the person you report to, is one of those “opposite” MBTI personalities from yours? How can you use MBTI information to better work with other people? Do you agree with any or all of the MBTI results, or do you think they do not reflect your work personality in some or any way?
Take the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) Personality Assessment http://similarminds.com/jung.html
Overview of Myers-Briggs Work Personality Inventory https://www.myersbriggs.org/my-mbti-personality-ty…
More MBTI Information:
Or do your own search. Just remember to document your information with in-text citations and Works Cited entries. Other Self-Assessment and Career Exploration Tests Monster.com List of Free Career Assessment Tools