Team Analysis

Analysis of Team 1
Running Head: Analysis of Team
Analysis of Team B Jungian Personality Assessment results
Zahra Finley
University of Phoenix - MBA Program
Analysis of Team 2
In this paper, I will discuss and analyze the personalities, listening skills, and the trust
levels of the members of Team B. With both differences and similarities, Team B can
resolve conflict quickly and commit to excellence and success of our team goals.
Analysis of Team 3
“Teamwork is a make or break situation. Either you help make it or the lack of it will break you.” -Kris A. Hiatt
The aim and purpose of a team is to perform, get results, and achieve success
together. In our team, recognizing that we each have our independence but we also understand that our team and personal goals will be achieved with support from one another.
In our week 2 assignment, we were instructed to take an individual assessment called the Jungian 16-Type Personality Assessment. As a team, we have shared our results from three parts of the assessment. The parts include the assessments related to our personalities, listening skills, and trust levels. In reviewing each team member’s results, I found some interesting details about our team.
In this portion of the assessment, personality characteristics are categorized into four continuums: Introvert/Extrovert; Sensing/Intuitive; Thinking/Feeling; and Judging/Perceiving.
The majority of Team B are introverts. I found it ironic that the one person who is an extrovert on the team is the person who came in and somewhat took the reigns and convinced everyone that she should be the leader of the group but without saying the words. In general, extroverts are extremely charismatic and persuasive. While introverts are very independent, we are extremely driven and determined to accomplish the task at hand. This difference in personality has worked to our advantage. We do not have a power struggle...