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extraverted, decisions tend to rely on external sources and the generally accepted rules and procedures.When introverted, Thinking and Feeling decisions tend to be subjective, relying on internally generatedideas for logical organization and evaluation.Judging and Perceivingrefer to the S/N and T/F dichotomies just described. J or P records which of thetwo dichotomies is used for dealing with the external world. J types tend to like a planned and organizedapproach to life and prefer to have things settled. P types tend to like a flexible and spontaneousapproach to life and prefer to keep their options open. (The terminology may be misleading for some—the term "Judging" does not necessarily imply "judgmental", and "Perceiving" does not necessarily imply"perceptive" in the usual sense of the word.)My MBTI type is INTJ – Introvert, Intuitive, Thinking and Judging.I learned very early on how to play the role of an extroverted leader when I was in a professional settingeven if it's not my natural inclination. In my experience this isn't a case of faking it, but rather a case ofplaying to your audience. Leadership is a performing art, and just as actors know how to emote in orderto get a reaction from a crowd, leaders must know how to act in order to elicit the right behaviors fromtheir team. I like being an INTJ - I feel like sometimes my personality is a distinct advantage over others inmy job because I genuinely enjoy doing complex analysis and solving problems. I don't get too wrappedup in the drama and I'm comfortable making hard decisions. On the flip side I have to make a concertedeffort to connect with people, especially folks I am meeting for the first time. The key thing is knowing
my personal strengths and weaknesses and surrounding myself with people who complement mypersonal characteristics.Q4. What is a balanced score card? What is its significance and drawbacks? Listany other performance management tools/strategies used by organizations.
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Term
Spring
Professor
Prakash
Tags
Finance, Human Resource Management, Human resource managers

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