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Personality Type by Nationality

Personality Type by Nationality 1

We researched a number of nationalities and sized up the average personality traits against the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator.

Findings

Country of OriginTraditionalistExperiencerIdealistConceptualizerCountry TotalCountry%
Algeria110%
Bangladesh1121%
Canada7633198%
Colombia1121%
Egypt346136%
Ethiopia110%
France1121%
Germany1121%
India38271528236%
Iran31152%
Iraq110%
Jordan110%
Kenya1121%
Saudi Arabia11131%
Kuwait1121%
Lebanon42394%
Moldova110%
Morocco1121%
Oman110%
Pakistan42284%
Palestine3342125%
Philippines221%
Qatar0%
Russia111142%
Spain110%
Sri Lanka110%
Sudan1121%
Syria35194%
UK131163%
UAE7342167%
Ukraine5242136%
Total89685216225100%
Type of Personality%40%30%23%7%100%

How to Communicate with Each Type of Personality?

The TraditionalistThe Experiencer
  • Be direct, straightforward and to the point
  • Don’t joke about serious issues
  • If you know them, refer to their values
  • Use simple, uncomplicated language
  • Be prepared and organized
  • Present info sequentially
  • Pay attention to facts
  • Stress practical implications
  • Point out why my proposition is responsible option
  • Explain how my proposition is the right thing to do
  • Back up claims by statistics, facts and experience
  • Offer examples of success based on past experience
  • Be friendly, open and responsive to questions
  • Focus on the real, practical and immediate
  • Present tangible proof and supporting evidence
  • Give them plenty of options
  • Be casual, don’t take yourself too seriously
  • Mix business with pleasure
  • Make experience as much fun and entertaining
  • Appeal to their senses using a/v and tactile aids
  • Engage the person, dialogue and don’t lecture
The IdealistThe Conceptualizer
  • Appeal to empathetic nature
  • Stress how action benefits people
  • Long-term psychological and spiritual well-being
  • Intensity of my belief and commitment to proposal
  • Seek harmony and cooperation
  • Try not to be combative or competitive
  • Explain points with metaphors and analogies
  • Try to win friendships
  • How they feel about me has significant impact
  • Challenge creativity and imagination
  • They’re excellent solvers of personal problems
  • Share personal feelings with them; be genuine
  • Disclose personal issues and connect to them
  • Be sincere. Idealists value integrity and react strongly if not
  • Challenge intellectual curiosity
  • Focus on the big picture and patterns
  • Address future implications of actions
  • Use analogies and metaphors
  • Reinforce claims with ideas and compatible theories
  • Engage imaginations
  • Demonstrate confidence in my position
  • Don’t overwhelm them details or bore them with minutiae
  • Stress logical consequences of my position
  • Avoid emotional appeals
  • Appeal to their sense of fairness and objectivity
  • Expect them to be creative and not bound by tradition or precedent
  • Be consistent and demonstrate competence