Profiler Training | Become A Personality Profiler
By Personality Hacker
Personality Hacker teaches you the coding language of your mind and how to use it to create happiness.
This was a great video! Well worth the time I took to watch it as it explained many of the struggles I’ve had in the workforce as an INTP. The two most recent companies I have worked at have been quite difficult for me. At the previous one I was doing tech support, but it was in a call center (which is bad enough by itself) and the environment and focus was very much oriented towards customer service and Fe. I never had an issue resolving any problems, but I was absolutely drained at the end of every shift.
The company I’m with now is very Te oriented. The focus really is on metrics and sales numbers with minimal attention paid to quality. This of course makes me quite angry because I am all about quality! This itself creates somewhat of a conflict, but it is made worse when the only appreciation I get for my work is lip-service. I’ve only stuck around with them because I am just doing it P/T to help me get through school and haven’t been able to find any good alternatives.
I’m officially undecided as to what I’m doing when I graduate, but whatever it is it will definitely be somewhere where quality is appreciated and rewarded, even if it means doing something on my own.
I think Te and Ti can really clash until they reach an understanding. As a Te user…Ti is one of my favorite functions. It challenges me to think more critically about my ideas before leaping into action. I hope you find an environment in which you can thrive and use your talents to their greatest potential.
Would you say that organisational “personality” is synonymous with culture or is it only part of culture (or is culture part of personality)?
Wow this is fantastic.
My mind really appreciates your articulation of the idea of “spillage” that might be normally an effect of the Extroverted Thinking (Te?) business “personality”.
What a cool video! I’m ENFJ, and I recently switched from a team that seems to emphasize Te to a team that emphasizes Fe. The new team is a way better fit for me, BUT I do struggle with having lower levels of productivity than I did on the old team. I really blame myself for his, but I got some great ideas from this video about how the team culture could be contributing to my struggle. It helped me shift the perspective slightly to understand my particular problem from a different angle, and it was refreshing.
What if you find yourself in a “adding balance” position on a team or in a company? I typically find that to be a very difficult role to maintain and often the team and leaders get into “shooting the Messenger” because they don’t like the message. Is there an example of someone who has successfully worked in this role over a long time? Or is it just best to find a culture that you fit into and/or start your own company?
I wasn’t a number of ppl served at McD’s; that number represented burgers, not persons served. I am old enough to remember when they were still keeping count on our local shop.
And i even worked for a McD’s store once for a very short time, while they were experimenting with delivery – and i had/ have quite alot of experience in that field.
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