Make an informed career choice
Type theory suggests that human behavior is not random, but predictable and classifiable. What type you are says quite a bit about you - your likes and dislikes, your likely career choices, and your compatibility with others.
First discussed back in the 1920s by the psychologist Carl Jung, type theory helps us understand personality differences, and how everyone functions according to certain personality preferences, the four pairs of which are listed below:
On the basis of your answers to the test you are placed in one of sixteen types. What type you are says quite a bit about you -- your likes and dislikes, your likely career choices, your compatibility with others, and so on.
Click here to read about your personality type.
Having information about personality types and preferences can be quite useful. Once you understand the basic personality preferences under which people operate, as well as your own preferences, you can begin to find ways to more effectively work with opposite types or even your own type. Through type watching, you can find ways to build upon people's strengths and improve many group activities, such as time management, conflict resolution, problem solving, and team building.Click here to read about how you can function best in team situations.
A certain type of communication style, the contemplator, is sometimes overlooked for promotions and pay increases.
Contemplators are quiet and reserved and this can lead to the wrong assumption that if they wanted a promotion they would have asked for it.