**MYERS-BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR**DUE Wednesday 3:30PM
QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED (3-4 PAGES RESEARCH PAPER)
Analyze your results: mention your 4 letter type and URL of the website where you took your test (INCLUDED BELOW)
Discuss whether this type accurately represents what you know about yourself. Examine the 4 spectrums and explain your answer thoroughly, substantiate your agreement or disagreement with real life behavioral examples.
Analyze what you consider the strengths and weaknesses and provide a rational for each
Evaluate why this test could be a valuable tool for an employer
Analyze how a clinician may use this test as a tool for promoting meaningful interventions in treatment
Summarize what you have learned about yourself through this exercise
NOTES (**do not copy these notes, (except the URL & 4 letter type) they are direct quote from the website and will show as plagiarized**)
WEBSITE USED: http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes2.asp
4 LETTER TYPE: ESTJ (Extrovert 3%, Sensing 53%, Thinking 50%, Judging 59%)
ESTJs thrive on order and continuity. Being extraverted, their focus involves organization of people, which translates into supervision. While ENTJs enjoy organizing and mobilizing people according to their own theories and tactically based agendas, ESTJs are content to enforce “the rules,” often dictated by tradition or handed down from a higher authority.
ESTJs are joiners. They seek out like-minded companions in clubs, civic groups, churches and other service organizations. The need for belonging is woven into the fiber of SJs. The family likewise is a central focus for ESTJs, and attendance at such events as weddings, funerals and family reunions is obligatory.
Tradition is important to the ESTJ. Holidays, birthdays and other annual celebrations are remembered and observed often religiously by this type. The ESTJ is inclined to seek out his roots, to trace the family heritage back to honored ancestors both for a sense of family respectability and for a sense of security and belonging.
CAREER CHOICES: find themselves in occupations that require thorough analysis, practical planning and organizational skills, process control and responsibility—they succeed as military, and police workers, politicians, engineers and entrepreneurs. (**My career choice-Criminologist)
**All information retrieved from: (must use for intext citations)
HumanMetrics (2015). Take a Test. Retrieved August 18, 2015 from http://www.humanmetrics.com/
MUST USE IN TEXT CITATIONS WHEN ANALYZING THE 4 LETTER TYPE