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The Cost of Conflict: ESFJ

The Cost of Conflict: ESFJ

For each category below is one of the many examples presented in the Introduction to Type® and Conflict booklet.

Contribution during conflict: tendency to want the best for everyone

What they need from others: approval and recognition from others for their efforts

How others may see them: reluctant to engage in confrontation

Under stress may: take things too personally

Conflict generator: unnecessary bureaucracy that stifles something they are passionate about

Did you know that understanding our conflict pair preferences can help us understand what blind spots we might bring to conflict situations? Click here to learn more about the FJ conflict pair.

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