This is a great article debating the merits and relevancy of the Myers-Briggs personality test, which many businesses use today to understand their employees. Nearly fifty million people have been tested over a fifty year period, and while some business leaders swear by the test’s accuracy and helpfulness as a tool, I would agree with the assessment that it’s more theory than science. In my view, the results do not capture the qualities that are most important, both in a work environment and in life: authenticity, trustworthiness and empathy. Read more about this at The Financial Times.
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