I took the Myer-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) test today as part of a train-the-trainer session. According to the test, I am Extraverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging (ESTJ). ESTJs are also called The Guardian or The Supervisor.
A brief description:
ESTJs tend to be energetic, outspoken, friendly, and productive. They make sure that things get done, having firm standards that assist them in running things. They are often campus leaders and prefer traditional leadership styles. They can achieve a tremendous amount when given room to be in charge and when others cooperate. Their talents lie in bringing order, structure, and completion. Efficient organizers, ESTJs are adept at getting things done efficiently while taking care of routine details. They are opinionated, honest, and direct to the point, sometimes being too blunt. Other words to describe an ESTJ include practical, realistic, matter-of-fact, traditional, and accountable.
Other than a few exceptions, I am pretty much an ESTJ.