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The Beach (2000) | Team Personality Map

The Beach (2000) - Movie

The Beach (2000) | Team Personality Map

03/02/2000

Somewhere on this planet it must exist.

Overview

Twenty-something Richard travels to Thailand and finds himself in possession of a strange map. Rumours state that it leads to a solitary beach paradise, a tropical bliss - excited and intrigued, he sets out to find it.

INTROVERTIntuitiveFeelingJUDGING
What they bring to the party
Caring, serious, driven by deeply held values, wants to change things for the better, perceptive, insightful, independent, up for the cause, ‘big picture,’ creative, idealistic, planning, follow through.
Not their forte
Difficult to know, complex, values-driven so needs to believe in a project or organisation, emotional but rarely show their emotions, intense, sensitive can get offended, can ignore ‘irrelevant’ facts.
INTROVERTSENSINGTHINKINGPerceiving
What they bring to the party
Practical problem solver, spontaneous, action oriented, no need to plan, loves a crisis and challenge, unfazed by pressure, great store of facts and knowledge, robust, immerse themselves, cool head.
Not their forte
Planning, steady state, chitchat, terse, economic communication when they’re in the zone, often don’t understand their impact big-picture thinking, anything woolly or emotional, difficult to read, blunt.
ExtravertSENSINGFeelingPerceiving
What they bring to the party
Energy, enthusiasm, people skills, will jump in to help and support others, positive, loves a crisis smooth conflict, bring harmony, entertaining, practical, of the moment, great to be with, chatty, fun.
Not their forte
Dislike detail, planning and steady state, needs the freedom to act immediately, dislike rules and regulations, can struggle with prioritising, focused on the ‘here and now,’ impulsive, not time bound.
ExtravertSENSINGFeelingJUDGING
What they bring to the party
Duty-driven, cooperative, planning, organising, gets things done, factual and specific, conscientious, takes charge, caring, action oriented, tidy up loose ends, hardworking, responsible, value tradition.
Not their forte
Can be controlling in their need to support, can be sensitive to criticism, see things in ‘black and white,’ like to be liked and needed, wants to jump in immediately, not reflective, can resist change.
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