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ENTJ Personality Types

ENTJ

ENTJ

ENTJ – Dealing with dominant Fe

Assertive and outspoken – they are driven to lead. Excellent ability to understand difficult organizational problems and create solid solutions. Intelligent and well-informed, they usually excel at public speaking. They value knowledge and competence, and usually have little patience with inefficiency or disorganization.

source: http://www.personalitypage.com/high-level.html

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Extravert, iNtuitive, Thinker, Judger (ENTJ)
ENTJs represent between 2 and 5% of the U.S. population.

Natural leaders with a hearty and frank style, ENTJs tend to take charge of any situation they find themselves in. They are good organizers of people because they have the ability to see ahead and then communicate their vision to others. Usually friendly and outgoing, ENTJs have a lot of energy, often speaking, thinking and moving quickly. Excellent strategic thinkers, they grasp new concepts quickly, even complicated or complex issues and they generally convey confidence. ENTJs often juggle several projects at once, and pride themselves on completing them all with skill and efficiency. Creative and innovative, most ENTJs enjoy developing high-level strategy and leading a team or organization towards implementation. Because ENTJs are so logical and analytical, they are usually good at anything that requires reasoning and intelligence. Driven to achieve competence in all they do, they can naturally spot the flaws that may exist in a situation and see immediately how to improve them.

Your work-related strengths may include:

  • Ability to see possibilities and implications
  • Aptitude for creative problem solving; ability to examine issues objectively
  • Understanding of complex issues

Your work-related weaknesses may include:

  • Impatience with others who are not as quick as you are
  • Brusqueness and lack of tact and diplomacy
  • Tendency toward hasty decision making

What you need in a career for it to be satisfying. Doing work that:

  1. Lets you lead, be in control, organizing and perfecting the systems of an organization so that it runs efficiently and reaches its goals on schedule
  2. Lets you engage in long-range strategic planning, creative problem solving, and the generation of innovative and logical approaches to a variety of problems
  3. Is done in a well-organized environment where you, and others, work within a clear and definite set of guidelines

Some satisfying career fields for ENTJs include: Business, Finance, Consulting, Training, Professional, and Technology.

source: http://www.personalitytype.com/types/entj.asp

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