According to Myers-Briggs, there are 16 unique personality types. Curious about which type you are and how it affects your event planning career? Take the quiz here, and then read on to learn more!
ISTJs are diligent hard workers. You feel stressed when things are rushed, so plan ahead by delegating tasks to trustworthy team members.
ISFJs are loyal and understanding. Conflicts and last-minute changes stress you out. Prep multiple backup plans and train your team on conflict management.
INFJs are compassionate and imaginative. You feel stressed in disorder and when others are negative. Plan ahead and invest in a trustworthy team that values kind, open communication.
INTJs are innovative and independent. Procrastination and a lack of initiative stress you out. Hold weekly accountability meetings to check progress and reward self-motivated team members.
ISTPs are analytical troubleshooters. Inefficiency and strict guidelines stress you out. Invest in a team that you trust and hold weekly accountability meetings to check progress.
ISFPs are cooperative and loyal. You feel stressed when there’s a time crunch and a lack of understanding, so plan ahead and delegate tasks. Encourage your team to ask questions when they don’t understand and let them know you’ll do the same.
INFPs are flexible, reflective, and empathetic. Open disrespect and disharmony stress you out, so invest time in a team that works well together.
INTPs are independent and theoretical. Interruptions and a lack of logic stress you out, so schedule time for the unexpected in your daily life.
ESTPs are energetic troubleshooters. Quick decisions and isolation stress you out. Since you work best on a team of active, task-oriented people, invest in a team that you trust.
ESFPs are spontaneous, playful, and resourceful. You feel stressed by heavy data analysis and abstract information. Delegate financial and data responsibilities to a team member you trust.
ENFPs are expressive and friendly. Over-commitment and endless detail stress you out, so delegate detail-oriented tasks to team members with those skills.
ENTPs are strategic and enthusiastic. Isolation and deadlines stress you out, so hold weekly team meetings for accountability and to check progress.
ESTJs are responsible and straightforward. Constant changes and inefficient workers stress you out, so prep multiple backup plans and invest in a quality team.
ESFJs are warm, decisive team players. Isolation and uncertainty stress you out, so invest in a team with a wide range of skills.
ENFJs are collaborative and persuasive. Since procrastinators, short-sightedness, and excessive criticism stress you out, take time to choose the perfect team of workers.
ENTJs are assertive and strategic. Disorganization and others ignoring established guidelines stresses you out, so invest in an organized, professional team.