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Leadership Styles

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Leadership Styles

By: Bridgett JONES

There are many different types of leadership styles and personalities.   You will be able to identify some attributes of a democratic leader that has an Introverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging personality type.
There are many different types of personality tests.   The Myer-Briggs is one type which consist of sixteen different types of personalities using eight letters.   Personality test aims to describe aspects of a person’s character that remains stable throughout their lifetime and the individuals characters pattern of behavior, thoughts, and feelings.   The Myer-Briggs personality test is used for career planning, career counseling, employee training, team building efforts, and personal development.   It also assesses your preferred options to be able to handle any given situation.   The letters used to describe your personality type include E, I, S, N, F, T, J, and P.   E-I stands for extroversion-introversion.   This is the first scale of the test and the most important.   You may be an extrovert when you concentrate on people and the environment around you.   However, you are considered introvert if you focus on your thoughts and ideas.   S-I stands for sensing-intuiting.   It is the second scale that is evaluated.   According to the MBTI, seventy-five percent of the population belongs to sensing.   The next scale is thinking-feeling.   These are evenly dispersed throughout the population, as two-thirds of men are thinkers, while two-thirds of women are feelers.   The last scale is the judging-perceiving scale.   It reveals how much organization you prefer in your life.
ISFJ is a type of personality which was identified by taking a test called Jung Personality test.   Introverts prefer solitude, quietness, and concentration over gatherings.   Sensing is when you primarily use your five senses.   Feelers prefer emotions, instincts, and motivation.   Judgers are more structured, organized, and decisive.   Therefore, ISFJs are...

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