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ESTP Communication Highlights

ESTP Communication Highlights

By Donna Dunning

Donna DunningIn my personality type based communication workshops I sometimes have participants complete this thought -“To communicate most effectively with me, please…”. This exercise helps participants express their personal communication style and preferences.

I can’t take credit for this exercise. It is modified from one created by Jean Kummerow.

Here is a photo of a response from an individual with ESTP preferences.

The six points covered here emphasize the importance of being practical and to the point when communicating with someone who has ESTP preferences.

Interested in knowing more about how ESTPs work, learn, and communicate? Here are a few posts on the topic.

ESTPs at Work

Personality Type and Learning ESTP

Is there an ESTP in your life?

What’s Your Type?

Learn about your personal approach on our What’s Your Type? page where we’ll introduce you to personality type and the 8 Ways of Working.

Introduction to Type and Communication describes in detail how personality preferences influence communications.

If you live in the USA, Introduction to Type and Communication is now available on Kindle.

Looking for a practical resource to help you plan your ideal career? Check out my book, What’s Your Type of Career?: Find Your Perfect Career By Using Your Personality Type

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One Response to “ESTP Communication Highlights”

  1. Ben says:

    I keep being confused. I’m INFP. Yet I’m also a high aceevihr and am not satisfied unless I’m doing something big and seeing it move forward toward success. Which seems so not INFP. You read about INFPs at work and I just don’t see myself, at least not in terms of the results I get. I do see myself in terms of how I relate to people at work day to day. Is there some other vector, some other personality model, that might help round out the picture and explain how this can be?

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