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- MemberDecember 17, 2021 at 9:16 am
I choose “ENTJ = The Commander” for this kind of situation.
ENTJ personality types are good at strategizing and putting procedures in place to help things go more smoothly. They are self-assured and naturally assume positions of leadership. With this group, pushing boundaries, overcoming barriers, and getting to a realistic conclusion comes naturally. It’s important to realize that remote jobs aren’t simply for clerical work. Managers and executives can also work from home. ENTJ may be most suited for such positions. Managers can design long-term strategies while keeping an eye on ordinary tasks. Also, to take charge of circumstances and maintain control, identify inefficiencies and correct them, and assist the company in overcoming hurdles and achieving new objectives.
The Big Five Personality Traits: OCEAN = openness to experience, conscientiousness, extroversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism.
High levels of neuroticism may suggest a greater risk of employee burnout, as those individuals have a harder time managing their emotions. High levels of emotional stability are associated with higher levels of life and career satisfaction, as well as lower levels of stress. Those with emotional stability also have a higher chance of dealing with employment expectations, particularly rapid change.
Extroverts are persons who like to be in command. A high extroversion score usually indicates that a person has good leadership potential. They are, however, more likely than introverts to act rashly.
People that are open are also more adaptive and have an easier time with professional changes. They are also usually excellent leaders who are less prone to a fall in performance over a longer period of time.
People who are agreeable are more likely to follow the rules. They are also more likely to be engaged in workplace accidents and have higher job satisfaction. Those who score low on agreeableness are more likely to engage in counterproductive professional conduct and have a lower chance of long-term job success.