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Utilizing the Team Charter with Personality Differences

Marquita Johnson

University of Phoenix

Utilizing the Team Charter with Personality Differences

The personality portion of the Jungian 16 assessment revealed that I shared the same personality score with another team member which is ISTP. According to Jungian 16-Type Personality Assessment (2007), the ISTP personality defines an individual, as observant, cool, unpretentious, and highly pragmatic. The other members personalities were ISTJ-meaning they’re organized, compulsive, private, trustworthy and practical; INFJ personality is reflective, introspective creative, and contemplative; and ENFP personality is people oriented, creative, and highly optimistic. In comparing the personality types with using the team charter, I have determined that each personality has an attribute they can use in improving performance. The member with the ISTP personality can help with improving performance by helping when conflict arises within the team. That individual will be able to decrease conflict by ensuring everyone is on the same page and following through with their roles. The thing to remember is that all individual personality has to resonate and have acceptance. Of course, we can soundly deduce that everyone has a different personality from one another. That being the case, we have to respect what each person has to offer. While considering all the personality traits separately; I began noticing the strengths of each team as opposed to their weaknesses can help develop the weaknesses of the other team members. For instance, those team members who lack creativity can improve upon their creativity from those who are highly endowed with creativity. Such as Sandra, who has the personality trait of an INFT, meaning she’s introverted, intuitive, feeling, and a thinker. Her strengths are being trusting, organized, and...
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