How your Personality effects your Leadership Style
Leadership and Organizational: Psychodynamic Approach
In taking this questionnaire, I found out I was an INFJ. Although I always knew I was one, it amazes me when I test.
Being and INFJ I value creativeness and my appearance consists of
I agree with these results, but I am an INFJ that suffers from ADHD, which may indicate further explains my personality trait as well. Being an INFJ, I am creative, Insightful, Inspiring and Convincing, Decisive, Determined and Passionate, Altruistic, But I can get overwhelmed, come off creep as I observe things, I love to please people and I am the odd one that never fits in. Having ADHD, this is a symptom as well, my weakness of my personality trait is like be an INFJ.
With ADHD, I was always told by from family and friends that I did not fit in with the common crowd. If I wanted to fit in, I must change my personality so people would want to be around me. I recall my instructor saying, people will either love me a lot or cannot stand me. Although I have ADHD, my personality stills is considered different and why people act the way they do with me.
In conclusion, having ADHD and being an INFJ explains to me how rare I am and why I can be home alone and happy. This tells me you cannot have the good unless you have the bad. The personality trait should be in the workplace more, because it gives you an idea of what type your leading and can assist you being a more productive. Because I know I am different, I must work on being more open with others, especially if I become a leader myself.
Northouse, P. G. (2019). Leadership: Theory and practice (8th ed.). Thousand Oaks: CA: Sage Publications