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Posts Tagged ‘dominant function’

Posted in Blog on November 13, 2014

Scope Creep

By Donna Dunning Watch out for scope creep. This curious way of responding to information can attack any person who prefers Intuition. As the name implies, scope creep sneaks up on you. Perhaps you are looking online for a specific piece of information and suddenly, 10 clicks lat ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on February 3, 2014

Illustrations of Type – ISTJ and ISFJ

By Donna Dunning In my MBTI® Certification workshops participants respond to the instruction -“Describe your type using words, phrases, or pictures.” I find these visual representations of type preferences help illustrate individual differences. Here is a photo of a response ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on June 26, 2013

Finding the Motivation to Grow Your Career INFJ

By Donna Dunning Compassionate Visionary People who have preferences for INFJ tend to focus their attention in the inner world by creating, researching, and integrating ideas, using Introverted Intuition (Ni) as their dominant function. They are often most engaged when they can l ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on June 18, 2013

Finding the Motivation to Grow Your Career ENTJ

By Donna Dunning Insightful Expeditor People who have preferences for ENTJ tend to focus their attention in the outer world by taking action to achieve a goal, using Extraverted Thinking (Te) as their dominant function. They are most engaged when their actions are organized, effe ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on June 10, 2013

Finding the Motivation to Grow Your Career ISFJ

By Donna Dunning Compassionate Assimilator People who have preferences for ISFJ tend to focus their attention in the inner world by paying attention to, and remembering, relevant facts and details using Introverted Sensing (Si) as their dominant function. They tend to trust what ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on June 3, 2013

Finding the Motivation to Grow Your Career ESFP

By Donna Dunning Compassionate Responder People who have preferences for ESFP tend to focus their attention in the outer world of actions and interactions, using Extraverted Sensing (Se) as their dominant function. They like to observe the world around them and take immediate act ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on May 27, 2013

Finding the Motivation to Grow Your Career ESTJ

By Donna Dunning Practical Expeditors People who have preferences for ESTJ tend to focus their attention in the outer world by taking action to achieve a result, using Extraverted Thinking (Te) as their dominant function. They are most engaged when their actions are organized, ef ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on May 20, 2013

Finding the Motivation to Grow Your Career ISTJ

By Donna Dunning Logical Assimilators People who have preferences for ISTJ tend to focus their attention in the inner world of facts and relevant details, using Introverted Sensing (Si) as their dominant function. They research topics of interest in-depth and trust what they kn ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on May 13, 2013

Finding the Motivation to Grow Your Career INTP

By Donna Dunning Insightful Analyzer People who have preferences for INTP tend to focus their attention in the inner world by conducting a logical analysis and deciding on the right thing to do, using Introverted Thinking (Ti) as their dominant function. They are most engaged wh ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on May 6, 2013

Finding the Motivation to Grow Your Career INTJ

By Donna Dunning Logical Visionary People who have preferences for INTJ tend to focus their attention in the inner world by learning and integrating concepts and models, using Introverted Intuition (Ni) as their dominant function. They research topics of interest in-depth, lookin ... Continue Reading