ENFJs and ESTJs are both Extroverted, Judging personalities, meaning they prefer to spend time around others and follow routines or schedules. However, ENFJs are generally empathetic and creative, while ESTJs are attentive to details and logically minded.
ENFJs should overly emotional phrasing around ESTJs, while ESTJs should avoid being negative or overly critical around ENFJs.
Because ENFJs tend to prioritize emotion, while ESTJs focus on logic, conflict may be uncomfortable for them to address. To avoid some of the stress, ESTJs should give ENFJs the support they need to feel safe to express themselves by listening attentively and avoiding harsh language. ENFJs should communicate honestly and directly, allowing ESTJs to work through one issue at a time.
ENFJs are likely to trust ESTJs who try to be supportive and encouraging, especially in times of stress.
ESTJs tend to trust ENFJs who can communicate thoughtfully and work to help achieve a common goal.
ENFJs and ESTJs both work well with others and follow through with set goals. ENFJs also bring creative ideas and empathy to a work environment. ENFJs can help ESTJs find new ways to solve complex problems.
ESTJs offer balanced, practical thinking to a workplace. ESTJs can help ENFJs stay grounded by offering constructive, realistic advice.
ENFJs and ESTJs tend to have a difficult time adapting to change, as they prefer consistent routine. Both personalities should help one another learn to embrace the positive aspects of change. They should work together to create new, flexible plans to achieve their goals.
ENFJ and ESTJ types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
ENFJs should avoid pushing ESTJs to be emotionally vulnerable, while ESTJs should avoid criticizing the actions of ENFJs.
ENFJ and ESTJ types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
ENFJs can help motivate ESTJs by spending personal, quality time with them.
ESTJs can encourage ENFJs by sharing appreciation for their positive contributions.
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