ENTJs and ENFJs are both Extroverted, Intuitive, Judging personalities, meaning they prefer to be around others, solve complex problems, and plan ahead. However, ENTJs prefer to process logically, while ENFJs express themselves emotionally.
ENTJs should be encouraging and supportive around ENFJs.
ENFJs should expect to engage in discussion with ENTJs.
ENTJs are logical thinkers and prefer to focus on the facts of an issue. ENFJs, however, generally prefer to address the emotional aspects of an issue. ENTJs should be sensitive to ENFJs when discussing a tense situation, while ENFJs should openly communicate their needs and ideas with ENTJs.
ENTJs are likely to trust ENFJs who express themselves directly; ENTJs appreciate it when ENFJs participate in discussion or share ideas with them.
ENFJs tend to trust ENTJs who try to build meaningful, personal connections with them; ENFJs will feel connected to ENTJs who are considerate and compassionate.
Both ENTJs and ENFJs are creative and organized, bringing innovation and achievement to a work environment. ENTJs tend to offer logical thinking, while ENFJs offer empathetic decision-making. As a team, ENTJs can help ENFJs make more objective choices; ENFJs can help ENTJs consider how their decisions will affect others.
ENTJs and ENFJs are likely to have a difficult time facing new situations. Both personalities should work to consider the positive aspects of change, choosing to create a new plan to achieve their goals.
ENTJ and ENFJ types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
ENTJs should avoid pressuring ENFJs to address situations logically by, instead, appreciating and encouraging their empathetic thinking.
ENFJs should appreciate ENTJs’ logical thinking by not pushing them to be emotionally open in new situations.
ENTJ and ENFJ types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
ENTJs can motivate ENFJs by frequently sharing encouragement, while ENFJs can encourage ENTJs by recognizing their positive contributions.