Difference between revisions of "Extraverted Thinking"

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Extraverted Thinking
 
Extraverted Thinking
- Focused on outcomes - typically end results and objective reality; e.g., does it work or doesn't it?
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* Focused on outcomes - typically end results and objective reality; e.g., does it work or doesn't it?
- Asks is it logical? Does this thing make sense?
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* Asks is it logical? Does this thing make sense?
- Uses measures to evaluate results - numbers, criteria, benchmarks, etc.  
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* Uses measures to evaluate results - numbers, criteria, benchmarks, etc.  
- Brings facts in order to provide clarity  
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* Brings facts in order to provide clarity  
- Deciding either/or - i.e. asks a question and expects a yes or no answer
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* Deciding either/or - i.e. asks a question and expects a yes or no answer
- As it is an external process, it tends to come across visibly and directly
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* As it is an external process, it tends to come across visibly and directly
- Tends to focus on organizing, structuring or segmenting into parts - such as the development of sequential steps to complete an activity (Te types tend to be planners)
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* Tends to focus on organizing, structuring or segmenting into parts - such as the development of sequential steps to complete an activity (Te types tend to be planners)
- Can come across as blunt and binary by those who don't prefer the process
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* Can come across as blunt and binary by those who don't prefer the process

Revision as of 04:01, 2 July 2015

Extraverted Thinking

  • Focused on outcomes - typically end results and objective reality; e.g., does it work or doesn't it?
  • Asks is it logical? Does this thing make sense?
  • Uses measures to evaluate results - numbers, criteria, benchmarks, etc.
  • Brings facts in order to provide clarity
  • Deciding either/or - i.e. asks a question and expects a yes or no answer
  • As it is an external process, it tends to come across visibly and directly
  • Tends to focus on organizing, structuring or segmenting into parts - such as the development of sequential steps to complete an activity (Te types tend to be planners)
  • Can come across as blunt and binary by those who don't prefer the process