What a Personality Test Can Reveal About Your Career

By Hayley Panagakis, June 14, 2017

personality testA personality test can tell you a lot about yourself—and influence your career choice. One such test is the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator self-assessment, used to evaluate how you make decisions and perceive the world. We pulled studies centered on the 16 personalities of Myers-Briggs to learn which ones best describe the modern event manager. Check out this list, then take the free test for yourself at 16personalities.com.

 

 


Campaigner, ENFP

Planner Personality robert downey jrThe free spirit of the bunch, a planner with the ENFP personality type is the life of the party. Energetic, charming, compassionate and independent, they have excellent people skills and crave creativity. The events industry attracts ENFPs because it’s the perfect environment for them to implement new ideas.

Strengths
Excellent communication, observant, friendly, curious, energetic

Weaknesses
Easily stressed, overthinks things, too independent, poor administrative skills, lack of focus

Parallel Personalities 
Robert Downey Jr., Meg Ryan, Carrie Bradshaw from “Sex and the City”

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