Meyers brigs personality

 Type indicators
Indicator (MBTI) is one of today's most widely used personality assessment tools. It can provide system administrators a framework for understanding themselves, their co-workers, and the user community .This preferred method of operating can be measured in four different dimensions, discussed below
1 .1 Source and Direction of Energy: - Extroverts and Introverts
 The Extrovert/Introvert (E/I) dimension deals with a person's source of energy. Extroverts get their energy from outside themselves, Introverts get their energy from inside themselves. Extroverts are often characterized as gregarious, talkative, and expressive. They have an outer (external) focus, and often "speak to think." Introverts, in contrast, have an inner (internal) focus, and are often described as reflective and Private, introspective. They like to "think to speak."
1 .2 The Perceiving Function: Sensing and intuition
 The perceiving function deals with how a person gathers information. if a person takes in data in a factual, realistic and literal fashion, using the five senses, he or she is probably a Sensor. An intuit or, in contrast, takes in information in a more theoretical, abstract, and conceptual manner. This is the S/N function: inductors are designated by the letter N to avoid confusion between this dimension and the introverted dimension. Intuitions search for possibilities, relationships and meaning; and often focus on the future. Sensors are down to earth, realistic, and look to the past and the present.
1.3    The Decision Function:- Thinking and Feeling
This dimension deals with how people make decisions. People with a Thinking preference, make decisions in an objective and impersonal fashion. Individuals with a Feeling preference, make choices based on more subjective and personal factors.
1.4  Relating to the Outer World: Judging and Perceiving

Persons, who prefer the Judging function, generally choose closure over keeping options open. Perceivers are more spontaneous and flexible, and are typically amenable to looking at new options, information, and possibilities that might change their plans. A Judging person tends to be very structured, organized, and focused; a Perceiving person is more adaptable and spontaneous.