The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) system divides everyone into one of 16 personality types.
While these are most commonly known by their four-letter identification labels, each also has a more descriptive noun giving a general idea of what that personality is like.
Architects, otherwise known as INTJs, are intelligent, analytical and decisive. They are strategic thinkers and set themselves high standards.
This article details the key characteristics, strengths and weaknesses of the Architect personality type. It includes some scenarios to show how to get the best out of an Architect in different situations.
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