As the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones approaches, you'll probably know who lands on the Iron Throne. There is always the possibility that the Night King and his undead army will destroy all life forms in the Seven Kingdoms, GOD GOT !)
If you know which ones At the end of the day, characters will be able to tell you who is best suited to govern Westeros. This handy infographic uses the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types to tell you which properties make certain GOT drawings beneficial to leadership.
The infographic uses the results of a study of 26,477 leaders, which was developed by the Center for Creative Leadership . The study determined the percentage of leaders wearing each Myers-Briggs personality type and found that the percentages were highest for ISTJ (1
So what does that mean for the GOT characters? We hate to break you, but the best leaders are not always the most moral. Unfortunately, many characters with the greatest leadership potential are not favorites of the fans who should rise to the Iron Throne.
Preferred traits of executives use logic (as opposed to emotions) for problem-solving and decision-making, as well as planning for spontaneity when it comes to habits. You know who embodies these qualities? The Night King, Littlefinger and Cersei, just to name a few.
Take a look at the infographic for yourself and see below a complete list of GOT characters and their Myers-Briggs personality type. You can also take the Myers-Briggs personality test and find out which character you are most attuned to (and how well you are on the Iron Throne).