ESTJ


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ESTJExtraverted Sensing Thinking Judging (Myers-Briggs personality type indicator)
ESTJExtraversion, Sensation, Pensée, Jugement (French: Extraversion, Feeling, Thinking, Judgment; psychology)
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class="MsoNormalI have been ESTJ for the most part.
"Executive" (ESTJ)--Excellent administrators, unsurpassed at managing things--or people.
It was found that in order of preference, ESFP, ESTJ, ESFJ, ISFJ and ISTP personality types carefully selected surgery, medicine, gynaecology, paediatrics and cardiology, respectively.
It is because of statements like this that the detective appears to be, according to MBTI, an ESTJ; that is an extroverted, sensing, thinking judger.
381 Antarctic expedition team members in team 21-32 appear all kinds of behavior styles, in which ESTJ type is most representative with 31.0%.
In our study ENFP, INFP, INTP, ENFJ were the most common four personalities found, where as in the study conducted by Jesee et al (26) ISTJ, ESFJ, ESTJ and ISFJ were the most common four personalities found, but in the study of Huit (27) in Indian medical student ISTJ, ISFJ, ISTP and ESTJ were the most common personalities and among non-Indian students ISTJ, ISFJ, ISTP and ESTJ were the most commonest.
The authors of the study also theorize that since about two-thirds of ESTJs - the highest-earning group - are men, who earn more on average than women, gender may be causing this gap in addition to personality.
The presence of the ESTJ can be explained by the fact that the organizational environment still have a culture which is predominantly masculine, that is, an environment that does not accept the expression of feelings clearly.
This combination matched with Sensing and either Introversion or Extraversion form the personality types of 1ST.' (32.1 percent) and ESTJ (28 percent), which outnumber the personality types of all other executives.
Myers (1962) reported that the general population in the United States prefers ESTJ. In contrast, at the junior and senior high school levels, the U.S.
A preference for ESTJ among managers indicates a dominant concern for objective decision-making and deployment of human resource.