The High Performance Team. The Temperament Factor. Buddy Dewar. The Value of Understanding Teams. Understand why some team members lack trust. Understand why some team members are intimidated by others. Understand why breakdown in communications occur. The Value of Understanding Teams.
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The Temperament Factor
1. Team members communicate with one another.
2. Team members filter information.
3. Team members make judgement.
4. Team members reach closure by making decisions.
Multiplicity of Relationships
Internal EventsCharacteristics Of Team Member Preference
SpeculativeCharacteristics Of Team Member Preference
HumaneCharacteristics Of Team Member Preference
Gather More Facts
Open OptionsCharacteristics Of Team Member Preference
ENTJ Approximately 3-5 percent of the population
But 25% of NFSA RO
Approximately 2.1 percent of the population are INTJs
Approximately 2-5 percent of the population are ENFJs
Approximately 9-13 percent of the population are ESFJs
Approximately 4-6 percent of the population are ISTPs
Approximately 4-9 percent of the population are ESFPs
Approximately 8-12 percent of the population are ESTJs
Approximately 11-14 percent of the population are ISTJs
Approximately 6-8 percent of the population are ENFPs
E=12N=9 T=10 J=13
I=4S=7 F=6 P=3
Team Will Adopt ENTJ Traits
I=40N=140 F=120 P=60
Above 65 You are on solid ground
Between 40-64 There are some weaknesses that should be addressed.
Below 40 Teams will have difficulty taking hold. Revisit team composition.
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ISTP ESTP ISFP ESFP
ISFJ ESFJ ISTJ ESTJ
INTP ENTP INTJ ENTJ
INFJ ENFJ INFP ENFP