How To Make Your Employee’s Life Miserable, Based On Their Myers-Briggs Personality Type

 Clem Onojeghuo
Clem Onojeghuo

ENFP: Reject their big ideas and tell them to focus on their small, detail-oriented tasks before getting creative.

ENFJ: Leave them completely alone to sort through numbers and figures all day.

INFJ: Regularly switch up their tasks and day-to-day objectives, without warning them or giving them time to prepare.

ESFP: Assign them to a job that requires them to do the same repetitive task, day after day after day, with little human interaction.

ENTP: Micromanage everything they do, and reject any ideas they have for improvements or new initiatives.

INTP: Force them to deal directly with emotional clients all day.

ENTJ: Assign them a position that limits their autonomy. Be vague and unclear about opportunities for upward advancement.

INTJ: Interrupt their workflow with ‘surprise’ tasks that must be completed immediately, in collaboration with others.

ESTP: Refuse to let them act on anything unless they first present a detailed analysis of how it is going to play out long-term.

ISFP: Put them in a position where they are forced to ‘lay down the law’ and be strict and authoritative toward their colleagues.

INFP: Criticize their creative input and force them to stick only to conventional, laborious methods of getting things done.

ESFJ: Assign them a role that forces them to be dishonest with clients, which paints them in an unreliable light.

ISFJ: Put them in a management position that forces them to attend to a wide range of changing concerns on the fly, all of which impact the other employees, often negatively.

ISTJ: Give them vague goals and insufficient training. Then surround them with coworkers who enjoy slacking off.

ISTP: Hold them responsible for managing the emotional concerns of other employees and attending to staff morale.

ESTJ: Provide them with vague, difficult-to-measure targets and goals. Instead of giving them feedback on their results, tell them how you feel about their work performance. TC mark

This is me letting you go

If there’s one thing we all need to stop doing, it’s waiting around for someone else to show up and change our lives. Just be the person you’ve been waiting for.

At the end of the day, you have two choices in love – one is to accept someone just as they are and the other is to walk away.

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