What personality is best suited for the “Harmonizer” role?

The “Harmonizer” is a sensitive, non-aggressive person, able to understand and forgive, not very active, and knows how to hide his feelings and experiences. In most cases, the role of a “Harmonizer” is played by ethical socio-types, having a developed function R – the ethics of relationships, and also T – the intuition of time. […]

What is the best personality suited for an “Expert” role?

Requirements for the applicant for the “Expert” role are observation and susceptibility; the ability to notice important details and, in one way or another, to react to them, to convey the impending changes to all members of the team. The social Critic and Analyst with the naturally developed function T – the intuition of time […]

Brief description of the strengths of the socials

According to the authors, Devyatkin A.S. and Tsypulev D. Yu., “social people can best show themselves where specific care is needed for a particular person, his physical and emotional state. This care could be needed in an HR department, a customer service department, social managers, or designers.” (Devyatkin A.S., Tsypulev D.Yu. 1997-2015.)

Activity incentive for introverts with a predominance of sensory function

According to the author Prokofyeva T.N., “introverts with a prevalence of sensory function, are focused on improving well-being and quality of life. The impetus of the activity can be the creation of comfortable conditions and good earnings. For such people, the work must allow feeding their family. ” (Prokofyeva T.N.,2017.)

The stimulus to activity for an extrovert with a predominance of sensory function

According to the author Prokofyeva T.N., “extroverts with a predominance of sensory functions prefer promotion. In contrast to comfort, they value prestige. Such an employee should be encouraged by differences for good work, emphasizing his high status. Such a person can be a leader and an organizer.” (Prokofyeva T.N.,2017.)

The stimulus to activity for an introvert with the predominance of the function of intuition

According to the author Prokofyeva T.N., “introverts with a prevalence of the function of intuition put personal interest in work or study above all else.” The best results can be achieved by encouraging such a person with an exciting job. (Prokofyeva T.N.,2017.)

The stimulus to the activity of an extrovert with a predominance of the function of intuition

Extroverts with a prevalence of intuition are tuned for uniqueness. “To be unusual, to be different from others,” is the main motto of their activities. They are filled with all sorts of ideas and can give sensible advice about innovations. The best incentive to work for them is praise for a non-standard decision. (Prokofyeva T.N.,2017.)

Brief description of Rationalists

According to the author, Prokofyeva T.N., rationalists are oriented “to reason and traditions, strive to live with the decision made, to have a firm ability and judgment on the main issues of life. If circumstances change, they need some time to get used to and adapt. These types are also called “judging” or “reasoning.” Additionally, […]

Brief description of Irrationals

According to the author Prokofyeva T.N., “irrationals are focused on direct perception, striving to build their world view, to see new opportunities. Sometimes they do not rush to make decisions; they watch events for a long time; they collect information. They respond more quickly to a volatile situation than rations. They are also called “perceivers.” […]

A brief comparison of Rationalists(j) and Irrationals(p)*

According to the author Prokofyeva T.N., “the rationalists and the irrationals differently allocate the time allotted for preparing for an exam. It is natural for a rationale to distribute material by day and methodically studies topic by topic. Irrational will study everything in the last day or two, and still, “the night is not enough. […]