Analysis of Team Charter to Improve Performance
Taking into consideration team members and my individual differences we will be able to use the team charter to set in motion a strategy for success of our curriculum assignments and increase output. Understanding these character traits will facilitate us to learn the strengths, weaknesses and hopefully work unitedly.
Team member 1 scored Extroverted- intuitive-thinking-judging (ENTJ) on the Jungian 16-Type Personality Assessment. ENTJ is analysis and interpretation results as follows, your outgoing , visionary, argumentative, have a low tolerance for incompetence, and often seen as a natural leader. Possible career as a manager, management trainer, stockbroker, lawyer, chemical engineer, or police officer. It can help you in making successful career decisions when you try to find jobs that align well with your strengths and avoid those jobs that are a poor fit. (Eggert 2000)
When working with this individual it may be best to have an agenda in place when meeting. This will allow the meeting to flow much more freely.
Team members 2 and 3 scored Extroverted-intuitive-thinking-perceiving (ENTP) on the Jungian 16-Type Personality Assessment. ENTP individuals are innovative, individualistic, versatile, and entrepreneurial. A possible career as politician, strategic planner, literary agent, publicist, investment broker, computer analyst, ad executive. (Eggert 2000)
This person likes to be where the action
Team member 4 scored Introverted-sensing-feeling-judging (ISFJ) on the Jungian 16-Type Personality Assessment. Individuals that score ISFJ are usually loyal, amiable, and willing to make sacrifices for the greater good. Possible career as masseur, vet, painter, mechanic, or clerical supervisor. (Eggert 2000)
This person likes to be where the action is