Ujian Personaliti : Keirsey Temperament Sorter
Ujian ini diubahsuai daripada Keirsey Temperament sorter oleh June E. Millet (310) 277-7518, seorang ahli psikologi. Skor daripada ujian ini akan menentukan jenis personaliti anda mengikut MBTI. Ujian MBTI hanya boleh ditadbirkan oleh ahli psikologi yang bertauliah sahaja. Walau bagaimanapun, sudah pastinya ujian ini dapat membantu anda mengenali anda dengan lebih mendalam lagi.
Directions for manual scoring:
1) Add down so that the total number of "A'' answers is written in the box at the bottom of each of the columns, labeled I through VII. Do the same for the "B'' answers you have checked. You should put a number into each of the 14 squares immediately below the sets of boxes numbered 1 through 35.
2) Transfer the number in boxes A and B to the squares immediately below them, labeled E and I.
3) You will have two sets of totals in columns III, V and VII. Here's how to create those. Follow the arrows and transfer the totals from Column II to the lower set of boxes in Column III. Do the same by bringing the totals from Column IV to Column V and the totals from Column VI to Column VII.
4) Now add the pairs of numbers in Columns III, V and VII and enter the totals in the boxes immediately below them. These are labeled in order from left to right as S, N, T, F, J and P.
5) Now you should have four pairs of numbers.
6) Circle the letter below the larger number of each pair. This allows you to identify the four essential attributes of your personality or temperament "type.'' These personality or temperament preferences are Extroversion (E); Introversion (I); Sensing (S); Intuition (N); Thinking (T); Feeling (F); judging (J); perceiving (P).
Your type should be one of the following:
INFP ISFP INTP ISTP
ENFP ESFP ENTP ESTP
INFJ ISFJ INTJ ISTJ
ENFJ ESFJ ENTJ ESTJ
Here's how each grouping can translate into a working style on the job:
ISTJ: "Life's natural organizers'': Dependable, accountable, responsible. Type: the quintessential manager. A no-frills, work-hard/play-hard sort. Lives by the bottom line and can be very cost-conscious. Work comes first, then family and community (describes 6% of the general population, 30% of the U.S. military).
ISFJ: "Committed to getting the job done'': Fierce commitment, responsibility and deep loyalty. Puts service above self and is dedicated and dutiful in most aspects of life. Quiet, content to work quietly alone. Becomes wrapped up in servicing others.
ISTP: "Just do it'': Often misunderstood and underestimated. A "Lone Ranger'' type. Would rather be doing than planning. Produces results without getting bogged down in bureaucratic red tape. Would rather put out fires than design fire drills.
ISFP: "Action speaks louder than words'': Manager who will pass up a promotion to stay where the action is. Live and let live is the motto, and service is the cornerstone of motivation. Supports and helps all colleagues on the job.
ESTP: "Making the most of the moment'': A risk-taking, entrepreneurial, give-it-a-go person. A type with a real flair for most things. Doers with a basic built-in restlessness who like to keep their hands in a variety of pots, cheering to keep everyone on their toes and to keep life exciting. Downside: restless/hyperactive.
ESFP: "Let's make work fun'': Free-spirited, nervy and nonconforming. If the work is not fun, tends to avoid or drop the issue and move on to something different. Very sociable type who enjoys high energy and jovial interaction. Can keep many projects moving at once. Strength is allowing others to be different and work at an individual pace. Good in big, bureaucratic organizations. Can work the system for the good of all involved.
ESTJ: "Life's natural administrators'': Proverbial jack of all trades. Accountable, responsible, productive, results-oriented. Found in leadership positions in a cross section of professions, from law and medicine to education and engineering. When a job is to be done, a regulation established, a system implemented or an ongoing program evaluated, call on an ESTJ to manage it.
ESFJ: "Everyone's trusted friend'': Graciousness describes the general lifestyle of this type and sums up the management style. Can encourage and motivate workers to accomplish goals. The work setting is very formal but pleasant. Tends to display parental judgment, even impatience. This is called a Santa Claus management style, since the ESFJ keeps lists, even mental ones, and checks them twice. Distributes rewards and critical glances/guilt trips.
INFJ: "An inspiring leader and follower'': Scholarly, dependable in the workplace. A popular human services-oriented type who directs energies toward bettering the human condition. A gentle person who cares for and has genuine concern for others. Likes neatness and order at work and a setting of quiet congeniality. Intellectual and idealistic.
INTJ: "Life's independent thinkers'': Very few INTJs exist in the U.S. but they have a vast influence on corporate and academic life (think Ted Turner and Steve Jobs). They have the vision and will see it through to completion. Leadership skills enable this type to play a dramatic role in shaping U.S. corporate culture. Independence is the force that motivates. The perfect think tank specialist.
INFP: "Making life kinder and gentler'': Whether leading or following, this type is most productive when working for some idea or service. Cannot tolerate routine. Needs to serve personal values. If INFPs can translate their work into a type of human service, it might make something they do not want to do somewhat worthwhile. They make decisions subjectively based upon personal values and do not want to control others. Are comfortable with a live-and-let-live credo. Not typically found in an executive position in a corporate setting. Good at executive behaviors in a movement or an institution centered around social causes.
INTP: "Life's conceptualizers'': Free-spirited idea mills and/or absent-minded professors. Love the abstract and need time to be alone and to think and rethink. They do their "homework'' on any issue presented to them. (Males have an easier time being cool and aloof than females.) Might have a lack of social awareness. They provide a source of ideas and inspiration, but making deadline is not a top priority. Great clarity of thought and vision for an undertaking.
ENFP: "People are the product'': Do well in executive roles even though their characteristics of effervescence, enthusiasm and spontaneity are not typical of top corporate managers. They can be very skilled at flying by the seat of their pants. Can do many things at the same time but might neglect to plan and be prepared. More females fit this type than males, but males tend to be promoted. Have great ability to empower others. Inspiration rather than control is key to their management style.
ENTP: "Progress is the product'': When an ENTP is on the job, you never know what to expect next. Every moment is up for grabs when they are around. Characteristics: energetic, dynamic, creative, resilient, argumentative. They are punsters who would rather engage in intellectual banter than complete some meaningless task or be quiet by themselves. The public world is exciting to them; they tend not to be committed to a schedule or project if a more exciting challenge comes along.
ENFJ: "Smooth-talking persuaders'': They are life's salespeople, natural convincers. Prefer to live their daily lives in a structured, scheduled and orderly fashion. Aware of interpersonal dynamics in every situation, but have a strong need to lead. Females fit in well at work and have a high need to please others. Those males with these characteristics sometimes have the problem of being seen as wimpy and seek out jobs in psychology, theology and other people-oriented careers.
ENTJ: "Life's natural leaders'': Have right mixture of basic leadership qualities: enthusiasm, vision, objectivity and accountability. Most often these characteristics are attributed to males. Women need to balance their natural femininity with their natural leadership skills. All ENTJs are robust, direct and hearty strategists who can see possibilities in almost everything and can act upon these possibilities instantly.