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keirsey temperament sorter

Keirsey Temperament Sorter

Personality Assessment

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Keirsey Temperament Sorter
  • Assuming we can model human personality with “reasonable accuracy,” what value would such a model have?
    • help individuals understand themselves and thus relate better with themselves, and
    • help individuals understand others so that they are better able to relate with others for personal and business relationships.
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Keirsey Temperament Sorter
  • Personality typing assumes that our whole personality can be divided into four independent areas:
    • energizing
    • attending
    • deciding
    • living
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Keirsey Temperament Sorter
  • Within each area we have a preference for one or two opposites that define the area.
  • This makes for a total of 16 different combinations, each of which defines one particular and unique personality type.
description of the four scales
Description of the Four Scales
  • Energizing -- How a person is energized:
    • Extroversion (E) -- Preference for drawing energy from the outside world of people, activities, or things.
    • Introversion (I) -- Preference for drawing energy from one’s internal world of ideas, emotions, or impressions.
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Description of the Four Scales
  • Attending -- What a person pays attention to:
    • Sensing (S) -- Preference for taking in information through the five senses and noticing what is actual.
    • Intuition (N) -- Preference for taking in information through a “sixth sense” and noticing what might be (unconscious perceiving).
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Description of the Four Scales
  • Deciding -- How a person decides:
    • Thinking (T) -- Preference for organizing and structuring information to decide in a logical, objective way.
    • Feeling (F) -- Preference for organizing and structuring information to decide in a personal, value-oriented way.
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Description of the Four Scales
  • Living -- Life style a person adopts:
    • Judgement (J) -- Preference for living a planned and organized life.
    • Perception (P) -- Preference for living a spontaneous and flexible life.
percentages of total population preferences
Extroversion (75%)

Sensing (75%)

Thinking (50%)

Judgement (50%)

Introversion (25%)

Intuition (25%)

Feeling (50%)

Perception (50%)

Percentages of Total Population Preferences
summary of 16 personality types
ENFP “Journalist”

Uncanny sense of the motivations of others

5% of total population

INFP “Questor”

High capacity for caring; calm/pleasant

1% of total population

ENFJ “Pedagogue”

Leader of groups; aggressive

5% of total population

INFJ “Author”

Strong drive; enjoy helping others

1% of total population

Summary of 16 Personality Types
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ENTJ “Field Marshall”

Driving force is to lead

5% of total population

INTJ “Scientist”

Self-confident and pragmatic; decisions come easily

1% of total population

ENTP “Inventor”

Non-conformist and innovative

5% of total population

INTP “Architect”

Precision in thought and language.

1% of total population

Summary of 16 Personality Types
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ESTJ “Administrator”

Very responsible; pillar of strength

13% of total population

ISTP “Trustee”

Dependable; decisive in practical affairs

6% of total population

ESFJ “Seller”

Sociable; nurturer of harmony

13% of total population

ISFJ “Conservator”

Loyal; serves to meet other’s needs

6% of total population

Summary of 16 Personality Types
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ESTP “Promoter”

Competitive; entrepreneur

13% of total population

ESFP “Entertainer”

Warm; optimistic; clever; generous

13% of total population

ISTP “Artisan”

Impulsive; fearless; craves excitement

5% of total population

ISFP “Artist”

Senses keener than in other types

5% of total population

Summary of 16 Personality Types