- Extraverts are outgoing, energetic and action-oriented. They are enthusiastic and expressive
- iNtuitives pay more attention to information that is imaginative and original. iNtuitives focus on the future.
- Feelers let their feelings and emotions play a leading role because of their concern for other people.
- Perceivers prefer a lifestyle that is spontaneous, flexible and adaptable. They like an environment that is unstructured, and like to keep their options open.
An ENFP at a glance
ENFPs are charming, effervescent and people-oriented individuals. They have a contagious enthusiasm and love to inspire others to greater things. They see potential in everyone and in every situation.
People are naturally attracted to ENFPs – they see them as passionate, inspirational and lively. ENFPs have an exceptional ability to intuitively understand a person after a very short period of time. They use their intuition and flexibility to relate to others on their own level – to be on the same wavelength.
ENFPs live in a busy world of possibilities where their imagination runs free and each and every day is important. They just can’t bear to be left out of anything! For an ENFP, diversity is the universal key to happiness in life – they enjoy many different types of friends, interests and experiences.
Their probable contributions to an organization
Each personality type has a different set of skills, talents and attributes that they bring to an organization, group or relationship. Here is a list of those most commonly associated with personality types like ENFP.
- Brings a special brand of warmth, graciousness, enthusiasm, color and vivaciousness to an organization.
- Seeks variety, challenge, diversity, novelty and ideas.
- Easily handles and excels in ambiguous situations.
On a team
Some people work well on teams, others work best on their own. Understanding the personality types of team members provides information about how individuals are likely to carry out their work and interact with each other. Given the personality preferences of an ENFP, the following are the strengths (and possible weaknesses!) they will most likely bring to a team:
- Has an infectious excitement that inspires others.
- Contributes creative ideas along with humanitarian values and limitless potential.
- Constantly empowers and validates others and their contributions.
ENFP leadership style
Each personality type has its own leadership style, strengths and blind spots. The following highlights an ENFP approach to leadership, provides clues as to how an ENFP will act in a leader role, and pinpoints some of the leadership qualities.
- Is enthusiastic and easily steps in when visionary leadership is required.
- Persuades and motivates others through infectious excitement.
- Tends to become interested in other projects before current ones are complete.
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