Researchers studying a group of managers receiving outplacement interviewing and counseling found that the managers were strongly ENTJ, ENTP, INTJ, and INTP--in short, all the Rational types. SF types, on the other hand, were underrepresented. Discusses why this might be and explains some of the 16PF (another personality test) traits characteristic of various types.
A sample report by an accredited type organization describing a pair of ESFJ and ENTP coworkers. Covers strengths and weaknesses, how they can work together better, communicate more easily, make decisions together, manage together, and gather information.
A sample report by an accredited type organization describing an ENTJ team leader and their ENTJ team. Discusses the strengths and potential blind spots of ENTJ teams; also provides suggestions on how the ENTJ leader can overcome these issues. Also contains helpful advice on how to apply type for conflict resolution, communication, and increased productivity.
Useful to both ENTJs and ENFPs. A sample report by an accredited type organization describing how an ENFP fits into a predominantly ENTJ team. Describes the strengths and weaknesses of ENFPs & ENTJ teams, and how to reach maximum potential, take advantages of type differences, prevent conflict, communicate better, and solve problems.
A sample report by an accredited type organization describing the strengths and weaknesses of an ENFP in a work environment, including work style, communication style, leadership style, and problem solving style.
Describes strengths and weaknesses of female INTPs starting their own businesses. Also indicates how this particular sample INTP tested on a Strong test of vocational preferences; note that this part of the data cannot necessarily be generalized to all INTPs.