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Thriving in Change: Tips for ESFJs and ENFJs

Thriving in Change: Tips for ESFJs and ENFJs

By Donna Dunning

Donna DunningThe Contributor’s (ESFJ and ENFJ) greatest strength, and also their biggest weakness, in times of change is becoming personally involved in a situation. Contributors generally react to change by involving and engaging the people around them.

If you are a Contributor, you may be resistant to change if peoples’ needs are not given foremost consideration.

Here are 5 tips to help you thrive during change:

• Discuss and deal with personal responses to the change

• Look for ways the change will benefit the people involved

• Deal with unexpected change by working cooperatively with others

• Help others deal with change; adjust and move forward together

• Challenge yourself to assess the situation logically as well as personally

You can find out more about how ESFJs respond to change in my temperament post on SJs and Change

You can find out more about how ENFJs respond to change in my temperament post on NFs and Change

Information in this post has been modified and excerpted from my book 10 Career Essentials.

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