ESFJ personalities are Extroverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging personalities, meaning they are people-oriented, attentive, conscientious, and organized. ESFJs should connect emotionally with one another and set meetings to address important information.
Because ESFJs are Feeling personalities, they should address conflict by opening up emotionally and showing sensitivity to each other’s emotions. ESFJs dislike confrontation, but it’s important to address tense situations in a timely manner. To avoid some of the stress, ESFJs should be direct and open minded, considering the others’ point of view, while patiently sharing their own.
ESFJs are more likely to trust other ESFJs who recognize and appreciate their contributions to the community. ESFJs should spend intentional time getting to know one another.
ESFJs bring energy, practical thinking, empathetic reasoning, and organization to a work environment. ESFJs can help other ESFJs achieve their goals and make practical, conscientious choices.
Due to their Judging trait, ESFJs may have a difficult time adapting to new situations. They should help one another process by focusing on the positive aspects of change and creating a new routine or plan.
ESFJ types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
ESFJs should avoid chaotic or unpredictable situations that make them feel overwhelmed.
ESFJ types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
ESFJs can motivate other ESFJs by spending quality time connecting emotionally.
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