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Cosa pensano gli ascoltatori di Employees Can't Be Summed Up by a Personality Test
Equally factual, opinionated, and dismissive
The author makes many valid points about the shortcomings of MBTI, but doesn’t argue any of their merit. He seems to under appreciate the value of having a baseline for beginning discussions about personality and character preferences and tendencies. I have no protest against the alternatives to personality tests which he offers, but I question his aversion to any attempt at understanding him through an interpreted questionnaire. He seems to be attached to remaining a mystery, as if naming and classification of preferences inhibited choices and further development of an individual. Nonetheless, a thoughtful and entertaining listen, if a bit defensive and unnecessarily provocative against Myers-Briggs specifically.