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Running head: SELF REFLECTION EXERCISE #31Self Reflection Exercise #3BUSI 2033 Organizational Behaviour and ManagementWritten by: Chris AtallahPresented to: Professor Christine CostaSunday, May 28, 2017Yorkville University
SELF REFLECTION EXERCISE #32Differences in personalities and the task that each of these personalities caneffectively handle are often studied by professionals. “There is no real consensus yet inpsychology on what exactly constitutes personality, intelligence, or leadership” (Cohen,Ornoy & Keren, 2013, p.79). The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is one of manymethods to classify an individual’s thinking and acting traits. “Trait theory in psychologyis a trend to emphasize the importance and centrality of stability parameters in humanpersonality” (Cohen et al., 2013, p.79). MBTI “is a tool designed to help individualsunderstand their personality and how to most effectively use their personality preferencesin everyday situations. MBTI focuses on two primary human activities: how peoplegather information and how they make decisions” (Daisley, 2011).Personally conducting an MBTI, out of 16 types of personalities, results classifiedme as an Introvert, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging (INTJ) type. Being aware of my traits,