Understanding Commander Personality



Cognitive Functions

Based upon the Jungian personality theory, the test suggests that personality is composed of a number of different cognitive functions. These functions can be focused primarily outward (extraverted) or inward (introverted). Each of these functions relate to how people perceive the world and make decisions.

The dominant function is the most prominent aspect of personality, while the auxiliary function plays a supporting role. The tertiary function has a weaker influence, but can become more apparent when a person is under stress. The inferior function is primarily unconscious and is often a point of weakness.

Developing this aspect can help people form a more balanced personality.

Inferior: Extraverted Thinking

  • This is an ENTJ preferred function and is expressed through the way they make decisions and judgments.
  • They have a tendency to speak first without listening, making snap judgments before really taking in all the information pertaining to a situation.
  • While they tend to make snap judgments, they are also very rational and objective. They are focused on imposing order and standards on the world around them. Setting measurable goals is important.

Inferior: Introverted Intuition

  • People with this personality type are future-focused and always consider the possibilities when approaching a decision.
  • They are forward-thinking and are not afraid of change. They trust their instincts, although they may have a tendency to regret jumping to conclusions so quickly.

Inferior: Extraverted Sensing

  • This cognitive function gives them an appetite for adventure. They enjoy novel experiences and may sometimes engage in thrill-seeking behaviors.
  • Because their outward sensory focus, they also have an appreciation for beautiful things in life. They often enjoy surrounding themselves with things that they find attractive or interesting.

Inferior: Introverted Feeling

  • Introverted feeling is centered on internal feelings and values. Emotions can be difficult area for them, and they often lack an understanding of how this part of their personality contributes to their decision-making process.
  • When this aspect of personality is weak, they may find themselves feeling uncomfortable or awkward in settings where some type of emotional response is called for.


In case of Personal Relationship

  • Since they are extroverts, they gain energy from socializing
  • They love having passionate and lively conversations and debates.
  • In some cases, other people can feel intimidated by the them confidence and strong verbal skills.
  • Despite their verbal abilities, they are not always good at understanding other peoples emotions.
  • Expressing emotions can be difficult for them at times, and their tendency to get into debates can make them seem aggressive, argumentative, and confrontational.
  • People can overcome this problem by making a conscious effort to think about how other people might be feeling.
  • They may struggle to understand or get along with more sensitive personality types.
  • While they are extraverts, they are not emotionally expressive and other people may see them as insensitive.

Friendship Tips

  • ENTJ are social people and love engaging conversations.
  • While they can seem argumentative and confrontational at times, just remember that this is part of their communication style.
  • Try not to take it personally.
  • They tend to have the easiest friendships with people who share their interests and views, and may struggle to understand people who are very introverted, sensitive, or emotional.

Parental Tips

  • Parents of ENTJ children should recognize that their child is independent and intellectually curious.
  • You can help your child by allowing them to pursue their curiosity.
  • Understand that your child will often need your reasoning explained in order to understand why certain rules needs to be followed.
  • You can also help your child develop their emotional understanding by talking openly about feelings.
  • Point out how people might feel about different experiences so that your ENTJ child can learn to better interpret both their own emotions and those of others.

Relationship Tips

  • An ENTJ partner can often seem quite dominating in a relationship. Because dealing with emotions does not come naturally to them, they may seem insensitive to their partners feelings.
  • It is important to remember that this does not mean that ENTJ’s don’t have feelings — they do need to feel completely comfortable in order to show their emotions.
  • They are very committed to making relationships work and are always looking for ways that they can improve their relationships.
  • If you have an issue with your partner, be upfront and honest. Your partner would rather hear the truth than try to guess your feelings.

If they are into you

  • They may suggest a first date that shows off their skills or their surprisingly good taste – perhaps an outing to the archery range or dinner at some awesome restaurant that you’ve never heard of.
  • They will ask you out.


  • Hardworking and career-focused
  • Natural leader and manager
  • Organized and efficient
  • Focused on process improvement
  • Goal oriented
  • Outspoken
  • Great public speaker: Eloquent and articulate
  • Witty and energetic
  • Ambitious and success driven
  • Workaholic
  • Gives value to power and influence


  • Strong leadership skills
  • Self-assured
  • Well-organized
  • Good at making decisions
  • Assertive and outspoken
  • Strong communication skills


  • Impatient
  • Stubborn
  • Insensitive
  • Aggressive
  • Intolerant

Favourable Hobby to be adopted

Remote fitness challenge.

Using your leadership skills and social acumen, up some kind of challenge with your friends and family using videoconferencing.

Career Paths

  • Thanks to their comfort in the spotlight, ability to communicate, and a tendency to make quick decisions, they tend to naturally fall into leadership roles.
  • These individuals sometimes find themselves taking control of a group without really knowing how they came to be in such a position.
  • Because of their love for structure and order, the ENTJ is also good at supervising and directing others and helping groups complete tasks and achieve goals.
  • They are able to quickly see what needs to be accomplished, develop a plan of action, and assign roles to group members.
  • They do best in careers where there is a lot of structure, but plenty of room for variety.
  • Jobs that allow them to meet and interact with lots of different people are ideal.
  • People with this type bring a lot of desirable skills to the table, including excellent leadership and communication skills, a hard-working attitude, and an ability to plan for the future.

Popular Careers

  • Human resources manager
  • Company CEO or manager
  • Lawyer
  • Scientist
  • Software developer
  • Business analyst
  • Entrepreneur
  • University professor

Some Famous Personalities

  • Douglas McArthur
  • Napoleon Bonaparte
  • Margaret Thatcher
  • Harrison Ford