Short Case Study 2
This case deals with tests like the Myers-Briggs.
The objective of this essay to get you to think about the case, formulate opinions about the information in the case, and communicate them in a concise and clear fashion. There are no right or wrong answers. I encourage out of the box thinking and taking risks here. You should be able to accomplish this in two pages or less. I am not very concerned about punctuation or spelling but I do consider it a common courtesy to me to at least spell check it. The essay is worth up to 30 points but on occasions, I will award more if someone makes a brilliant point, displays extraordinarily clever out of the box thinking, or makes me laugh out loud with a point made within the context of the assignment. Paste the following URL in your Browser, take the test, Score it, print the results. http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp
1. Do you agree with the findings?
It only took me like five minutes to finish answering all of the questions. The answers came quickly and easily. There was no need to do any deep thinking or contemplating about the answers. The answer was either yes or no. Considering the fact that I believe I know not only who I am, but how I am, I wasn’t surprised at all. I was labeled as ENTJ. Extraverted, intuitive, thinking and judging. To say that I am an extrovert is to say that the sun is warm. The “Field marshal”. I’ve been called worse. I expected it. The fact that I am one to take command, rise to positions of responsibility, am tireless in my devotion and easily block out other areas of my life for the sake of my work hit so close to home that it felt as though I was reading a short version of my own bio. I dedicated 22 (twenty-two) years of my life to serving in my United States Marine Corps. I left my family here to fight in a war. That could easily be considered blocking out other areas of my life for the sake of my work. Yes, this...
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