S ensing reality factual discrete data step by step

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•SensingRealityFactualDiscrete dataStep-by-stepPresent-orientedBuild carefullyTrust experienceiNtuitionPossibilityPatterns andrelationshipsBig PictureFuture-orientedQuick withhunchesTrust inspiration
How do you make decisions?ThinkingAnalyticalUse cause-and-effectreasoningLogicalSeek objective standardsReasonableMay be seen as “tough-minded”Find fairness in treatment thatis applied objectively to allFeelingEmpatheticGuided by personal valuesLook for the impact on peopleSeek to generate harmonyCompassionateCan be tender-heartedFind fairness in decisions thatrespect people’s individuality
How do you deal with the outer world?What’s your basic orientation?
What is your temperament?
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What does the Myers-Briggs assessmentNOTtell us?
What does the Myers-Briggs assessmentNOTtell us?
Myers-Briggs does not mention which functions are better suited forleadership. It helps you understand your personality, naturalpreferences and styles.
A leader with Affiliative leadership style is likely to have a strongpreference for which Myers-Briggs function?A. ThinkingB. JudgingC. FeelingD. Perceiving
A leader with Affiliative leadership style is likely to have a strongpreference for which Myers-Briggs function?
Affiliative leaders are “people first”. They are likely to have a preferencefor theFeelingfunction as they are empathetic, compassionate andtender-hearted.
Jim Hackett was brought in as CEO at the Ford Motor Companybecause of his prior experience at Steelcase. At Steelcase, he took acompany that created office modular furniture and re-engineered thecompany and re-branded it so that instead of selling a commodity –cubicles – it was selling engagement with clients in creating effectiveworkplaces. Both companies Ford and Steelcase were over a centuryold and had many established realities, rules, patterns, fiefdoms, andelements of identity.From this brief description we can guess thatHackett had what Myers Briggs would describe as a likely preferencefor what?
Jim Hackett was brought in as CEO at the Ford Motor Companybecause of his prior experience at Steelcase. At Steelcase, he took acompany that created office modular furniture and re-engineered thecompany and re-branded it so that instead of selling a commodity –

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Term
Spring
Professor
XuanmingSu
Tags
Personality Psychology, myers briggs, John Doerr

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