Some people gush emotional intelligence to the point that they are dysfunctional as business advisors because of their single fixation on emotions and people. Others are clueless about their impact on coworkers, executive colleagues, and reporting employees. Each is a significant downside for employees and their careers.
In my quest, and belief, that people can improve their emotional intelligence, I found this test applicable and interesting. So might you.
Emotional Intelligence Insights
The Jung Typology Test gives the same results, in the same terminology, as the Myers-Briggs. Learn your "type" for insights into your personality and leadership style. Taking the test is easy and informative. You'll learn your preferred style of interacting with the world. Even if you have taken the test in the past, it's important to explore how you may have changed over time. Want to compare scores?
My Myers-Briggs leadership and personality scores have remained consistent over my adult life. I'm an INTJ and the description fits fairly well. Once in a while, I score slightly into E for Extrovert as opposed to my I for Introvert.
Humanmetrics provides an online opportunity to take an inventory similar to the Myers-Briggs at no cost. The best part about the results you'll receive is that each page links several pages that provide information and insight into your score. Take the test. It's well worth your time: Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test
I've shared my style. How about yours? Please share your thoughts in comments.
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