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Leadership Illustrations

Leadership Illustrations

By Donna Dunning

Donna DunningIn my MBTI® Certification workshops I ask groups to describe leadership strengths and challenges associated with their preferences. These visual representations of type preferences help illustrate individual differences.

Here is a photo of a response from an NT group. They see themselves as strategic, logical, and objective in the leadership role. Problem solving and making changes are also seen as strengths.

The “no heart” challenge was created in fun. However the group did talk about a tendency to move ahead and make logical improvements and changes, sometimes without a full awareness of how the changes were affecting, in a personal way, the people involved.

Knowing your strengths and challenges helps you determine your natural leadership approach and shows you what areas you might need to improve.

Awareness of personality type preferences can also, if you are open-minded, help you adapt to and accommodate people who have different approaches than your own.

Do you have NT preferences or have you worked for an NT leader? Do you see these as typical strengths and challenges?

What’s Your Type?

Learn about your personal approach on our What’s Your Type? page where we’ll introduce you to personality type and the 8 Ways of Working.

Resources

Want to learn more about personality type and how to use it to understand yourself and others?

Introduction to Type and Communication describes in detail how personality preferences influence communications.

If you live in the USA, Introduction to Type and Communication is now available on Kindle.

Introduction to Type and Learning can help you find your motivation for learning and help you learn more effectively.

If you live in the USA, Introduction to Type and Learning is also available on Kindle.

Looking for a practical resource to help you plan your ideal career? Check out my book, What’s Your Type of Career?: Find Your Perfect Career By Using Your Personality Type

Want to use your personality type to excel at your career? Check out 10 Career Essentials: Excel at Your Career by Using Your Personality Type

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