MBTI 16 personalities servant leadership styles

This chart offers MBTI 16 personalities servant leadership styles a brief description of Servant- Leaders based upon their Type Preferences. We have also chosen to include the names of some well-known people as likely examples of each type. In most cases, we have simply made an educated guess as to the Myers-Briggs type of these contemporary and historic figures—we obviously don’t know with any certainty most of their Myers-Briggs types. Also, a few of the examples that we have chosen represent unique choices of servant-leaders. Using Robert Greenleaf ’s definition of a servant-leader, we believe that a case can be made for unusual choices like Dolly Parton and Johnny Carson as bona fide servant-leaders. We have also inserted our own names along with the listing of mostly famous or noted servant-leaders. We have done this to suggest our belief that every aspiring within this Servant-Leader/ Myers-Briggs Matrix. We invite you to find your own MBTI preference on this page and to add your own name to that box.
ISTJ Serve by:
Getting things right and making certain things are accurate, truthful and precise. They serve by focus, conscientiousness and keeping the truth.
Henry James, Colin Powell, Larry Spears
ISFJ Serve by:
Caring deeply about individuals as they are now and looking after their needs. They serve by being true loyalists.
Florence Nightingale, Johnny Carson
INFJ Serve by:
Maintaining deeply held personal values and helping others live up to these ideals. They serve by being true idealists.
Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Beth Lafferty
INTJ Serve by:
Deep and profound thought leading to clarity of vision and direction to help others see the way ahead. They are the true visionaries.
Margaret Thatcher, Barrack Obama
ISTP Serve by:
Being practical, matter of fact and doing what needs to be done without fuss or self-aggrandizement. They serve by bringing others back to earth.
Chesley Sullen Berger
ISFP Serve by:
Being there as representatives of love, beauty, ideals and touching people’s hearts. They are the icons of service through love.
Princess Diana, Elvis Presley
INFP Serve by:
Reminding others of the romance and poetry that is theirs in the midst of everyday life and helping them see meaningful patterns to their lives. They are the poet servant-leaders.
Robert Greenleaf, John Keats, Ralph Lewis
INTP Serve by:
Seeing what could be better by critical analysis and proposing improvements to benefit everyone. They serve by their objectivity and analysis.
Bertrand Russell, Ludwig Wittgenstein
ESTP Serve by:
Adding adventure, fun and excitement to life and challenging others to take risks and grow. They show others service through challenge.
Richard Branson,
ESFP Serve by:
Helping others to have fun and being natural empathizers and connecters to others. Always ready to serve with a smile.
Dolly Parton,
Lance Armstrong
ENFP Serve by:
Connecting others to ideas and possibilities for their growth through focusing others’ needs for human contact. They are the networkers of service.
Bill Clinton, Julia Child
ENTP Serve by:
Finding better ways through innovation and ideas – liberating others. They serve by helping others transform their lives through new thinking.
Albert Einstein
Steve Jobs
ESTJ Serve by:
Making certain things happen – building concrete and reliable structures whether processes or things. They serve by their practical implementing skills.
Henry Ford,
Sargent Shriver
ESFJ Serve by:
Looking after others’ health and wellbeing – caring for them as individuals in a practical way. They are the social servants of the community.
Mother Theresa, Benjamin Disraeli
ENFJ Serve by:
Directing and motivating others to work together in a spirit of friendship and community. They serve through organising others in service.
Ronald Reagan, Michael Jordan
ENTJ Serve by:
Taking a systems view of what needs to happen for the good of society. They are the “architects” of service.
Franklin Roosevelt,
Moshe Dayan

Reference: By Ralph Lewis, Larry C. Spears, and Beth A. Lafferty

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