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Posts Tagged ‘enhancer’

Posted in Blog on October 7, 2016

INFPs and Decision Making

By Donna Dunning We all have different ways of solving problems and making decisions. People with INFP preferences have their own distinct, strengths and challenges. Strengths INFPs • Can imagine many diverse possibilities and options • Look for solutions to problems that mak ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on July 25, 2016

ISFPs and Decision Making

By Donna Dunning We all have different ways of solving problems and making decisions. People with ISFP preferences have their own distinct, strengths and challenges. Strengths ISFPs • Notice how current situations are affecting the individuals involved • Solve practical prob ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on April 27, 2016

Communicating With INFPs

By Paul Dunning Over the years we have accumulated a large amount of data here on our web site about each of the sixteen types. This series of articles summarizes responses by communication workshop participants previously posted in To Communicate With Me and Communication Highli ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on September 24, 2015

Thriving in Change: Tips for ISFPs and INFPs

By Donna Dunning In times of change, the Enhancer’s (ISFP and INFP) greatest strength and also their biggest weakness is their need to know how the change will be helpful to the people involved. Enhancers generally focus on how others will be personally affected by change. If y ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on February 2, 2015

Business Types

INFP Reflections Blog By Paul Dunning I have always been fascinated by the concept that your greatest strength is often also your greatest weakness. Many business owners have preferences for T and for J. Preferring Thinking and Judging is an advantage in business. It gives you a ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on November 20, 2014

The Decisive INFP

INFP Reflections Blog By Paul Dunning When Deciding Gets in the Way of Keeping Your Options Open INFPs are decisive, but others don’t see this process unless they violate our values. People, with a preference for INFP, tend to first focus inwardly on evaluating ideas according ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on October 31, 2014

Suffering from Social Fatigue

INFP Reflections Blog By Paul Dunning For me, small talk is a big deal and chitchat can feel like an interrogation. You may think I’m strange, socially inept, or a recluse, but the reality is I’m not that unusual. Extrapolating from the U.S. type data and rounding the world p ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on September 4, 2014

Enhancers: Typical Strengths and Work Preferences

By Donna Dunning Personality type preferences ISFP and INFP Characteristic Strengths • Authentic • Appreciative • Nurturing • Flexible • Harmonious Work Preferences • Quietly expressing one’s self and values through work • Appreciating and working to improve the w ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on September 2, 2014

INFP Communication Highlights

By Donna Dunning In my personality type based communication workshops I sometimes have participants complete this thought -“To communicate most effectively with me, please…”. This exercise helps participants think about and express their personal communication style and ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on August 1, 2014

Are You Thinking What I’m Thinking?

INFP Reflections Blog By Paul Dunning In today’s business environment, people who use Extraverted Thinking, the INFP’s inferior function, are often rewarded for their logical approach to business decisions. Logic, in the purest sense, is objective. When making business decisi ... Continue Reading