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Academic administration must be characterized as one of those professions in which no one size fits all. Though there are those who believe that anyone whose Myers-Briggs profile is not ENTJ need not apply for a position of academic leadership, there will always be excellent administrators who are introverts as well as those who are extroverts, administrators who tend to respond emotionally to challenges and opportunities as well as those who invariably respond rationally, and administrators who are terrific visionaries as well as those who are better at building on a foundation already in place.
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