Managing Emotions at the Office


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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Managing Emotions at the Office

I’ve taken the Myers-Briggs personality test about a dozen times, and have consistently earned the label Extraverted Intuitive Feeling and Perceiving (EIFP). While there are numerous positive attributes to this personality, one haunts me in nearly all professional and personal endeavors—I’m far too emotional. I think it might be scientifically impossible for me to put my feelings (for myself and others) aside when making any decision whatsoever. When asked to write a blog about taking emotions out of the workplace, I instantly thought my husband would be a much better writer for this topic. He’s an engineer with a Myers-Briggs personality type of Introverted Sensing Thinking and Judging (ISTJ). He can look at a problem and immediately see the solution, taking no time to be sentimental. I’m sure there are days he wishes I would get an assignment on how to take emotions out of marriage. Click to Read More…
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