INFJs and ENTJs are both Intuitive, Judging personalities, generally meaning they are creative and organized; however, INFJs are also introverted and empathetic, while ENTJs prefer to express themselves logically and spend time around others.
INFJs need to avoid overly emotional phrasing and express themselves more logically around ENTJs.
ENTJs should remain patient and empathetic toward INFJs, offering them space to be alone, when needed.
INFJs tend to have a more difficult time addressing conflict than ENTJs. ENTJs should be understanding and patient, giving INFJs the support to feel safe to express themselves. INFJs should try to be direct and honest about their perspective when communicating with ENTJs.
INFJs are likely to trust ENTJs who show empathy and can attentively listen to others, while ENTJs will grow to trust INFJs who learn to share their thoughts more directly.
Both INFJs and ENTJs bring creative solutions and organization to a work environment.
INFJs also offer conscientiousness to a workplace. INFJs can help ENTJs consider the impact their decisions may have on others.
ENTJs offer balanced, logical thinking. They can teach INFJs how to clearly and openly express their thoughts around others.
Because they like to follow schedules and plans, INFJs and ENTJs may have a difficult time adapting to change. They should try to focus on the benefits of change and create a new way to achieve their goals.
INFJ and ENTJ types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
INFJs should avoid pushing ENTJs to open up emotionally, while ENTJs should offer INFJs space to be alone and recharge.
INFJ and ENTJ types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
INFJs can help motivate ENTJs by recognizing their contributions to the team, while ENTJs can encourage INFJs by allowing them to be emotionally vulnerable.
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