In this paper I chose to discuss about four different assessments such as: Meyers Briggs, Classical iq, Emotional iq, and the eight types of intelligence. There are sixteen Myers Briggs types sage, visionary, mystic, dreamer, leader, innovator, free-thinker, wizard, enforcer, helper, reliant, nurturer, adventurer, joker, realist, and aesthete. When I took the test it came to be that I was a joker which seemed to fit me quit well from the description. A joker is some one that is a friendly, warm, active, fun-loving person to be around. Who is very giving and is concerned about others feelings. In the working environment they tend to like a job that is filled with action and excitement, and are able to link together people and resources. A joker is naturally a good leader and a positive role model. The Meyers Briggs reflects on how well people can work well together.
Classical iq deals with how well someone can recall information, and someone’s ability to compare and evaluate. This test does not reflect how smart or intelligent someone is. It basically deals with how someone applies information
Emotional iq is basically how well someone can read and understand people. It can determine if someone gets along with someone or is able to tell when someone is upset or angry. It’s the ability to notice certain ways people act and how those actions tend to lead to certain way that person is feeling. In order to read how someone is feeling one has to be able to look at certain characteristics such as body language, the persons tone of voice, eye contact, crying, and things of that such.
There are eight types of intelligences, these include; linguistic and verbal, logical and mathematical, special, body and movement, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalist. I was an interpersonal type of person, one who is able to understand people and relationships. An interpersonal person also has many friends and are team...