Character types: These 16 types exist

People are complicated? For sure! But in the end there is only () different character types, says psychologist and author Stefanie Stahl. And who knows his, has it easier in love and occupation 2017 (*. Therefore, there is only () Character types , in which every human being finds himself. That sounds a bit superficial to me. 1015

STEFANIE STEEL: , Because they occur in all conceivable combinations, one comes up (*) types.

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Which dimensions are that? and introverted. That's the first dimension. The second is our perception: Do I see the big picture, so am I an abstract perceiver, or is my focus more on the details? The third dimension describes how we make decisions: more from the gut or with the head? And the fourth dimension is how we shape our lives, whether we are more structured and orderly or prefer the spontaneous. (*) to describe myself as a human being? 1350 In English-speaking countries, the typology is better known and well documented. In this country, many are more familiar with the so-called “, but I find the typology much more tangible. The studies show that almost everyone can be one of the Even staff members like to use them for employee selection. 1017 1008

Let's take the property “extro- or introverted”, that is our interaction with the environment. One often thinks that Extros are sociable and intros are a bit inhibited. But far more significant for Extros is that they recharge their batteries in contact with other people. On the other hand, intros draw strength when they are alone. Now it's easy to imagine what happens when a couple is extroverted in a partnership, and both come home exhausted in the evening: one wants to talk, the other needs rest. That gives a noise. Often one then thinks that the partner is an insensitive block of wood and is hurt. But when you know about the types, the conflict comes off. For example, you can make an appointment to let each other alone, but later have a glass of wine together. Both already come to their right. 1009

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especially common if you do not know the types? The emotional decision-makers are emotional, like to celebrate – even themselves and their successes – and often see the beautiful first. The thinkers see it all too – but they find it much more important to point out what could be made even better. Last week I organized a party. I was so proud that everything went so well. And then a friend comes to me after the party and counts on what I could improve. She did not mention anything that went well. She's probably having a good time, but due to her nature, she only finds what's worth mentioning worth mentioning. And because I know that – that she's a thinker – I was not hurt. By the way, (*) % of women feeling decision makers. This explains a lot of the conflicts between man and woman. 1500 But where is your own need for recognition?

found. The most important point, though, is that I do not refer to her nature – but leave it with her. This makes it much easier to work together. 2019 ()

You can meet the superior skillfully. But you can also distribute the work so that it fits the type.

For example?

Let's take the abstract perceiver, who meets a concrete perceiver in her team. She is interested in the big picture, thinking about the future and what would be possible. He is interested in facts. Quick comes in the “abstract” the feeling that the colleague really counts the peas – and the colleague may stamp the colleague as superficial and inaccurate. But when you do the type test in a team, it will be easier for everyone. The Concrete sees: Ah, she just sees the world differently – and that has its justification. And the abstract notes: Oh well, without the concrete we will not get the projects well and properly done in the end. With this knowledge, people are becoming more friendly, beginning to approach each other and respecting the idiosyncrasies rather than constantly criticizing them. good with each other? 271733878 If there are one or two opposites, that can be interesting – if you accept it and do not want to change your partner anymore. But if you tick too different, it often does not work in the long run. 1350 And in the job?

Since you can not choose who is with the team. Therefore, the knowledge about the types saves a lot of stress especially in the job. You can easily classify your colleagues and always have a small manual at the ready. For a team is therefore only advantageous if different types with different strengths are there. The extroverts are good in customer contact. The abstract have a knack for concepts. The thinkers courageously eradicate mistakes. The organized can develop super realistic timelines. This treasure is still rarely raised, because we lack the understanding of the individual's peculiarities. 01 MEET STEFANIE STEEL

Experience the psychotherapist and bestselling author on our -Symposium on (). September in Mainz. 1005 and on the Internet: 1350 www./academy/job2019 him – plus “instructions for use” for each type – in her book “So am I!” (192 S., (*), 95 Euro, Ellert & Richter). A short version is also available on their website: 1009 www.stefaniestahl.de * to exchange about it? Then check out the “Personality Forum” 1012 BRIGITTE community over! Here you can order them directly. 1008

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