This is a discussion on Random Thoughts from all types within the ENFP Forum - The Inspirers forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by ai.tran.75 https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cne...t-peak-monday/ Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk It would probably be quite beautiful out tomorrow with ...
I think I gave a little squee when I watched it, can't wait.
Now I'm really curious about my enneagram type.
So my ENFJ manager has finally left for is 3 month leave, leaving a certain portion of his duties to me. Not to mention the more abstract duty of being a "leader" while his is gone. I have a few insights fully leading our little, 3-man team for a week now.
- My co-workers can be very frustrating. It's all in the gap between them communicating expectation and their delivery. I can see why I've been left in charge, I'm a lot more complete in those being in sync.
- It's hard to read into silence from people you're depending on. I think it's even harder for others. I am now reflecting on my last stint under my current ENFJ boss, but in a different company, before I decided to try doing things differently. He's way less hardy than I am when it comes to letting people have their internal space and with dealing with silence and selective inaction, and I'm pretty good with fucking with people with silence and selective inaction. I probably drove him crazy, more so than I realized at the time.
- Having experience, both life, professional and working experience with various skills, really is a boon. You understand it more when you oversee people who have gaps you don't.
- I don't want to be a manager, thanks.
Last edited by Whippit; 08-29-2019 at 10:03 AM.
I was a manager for 5 years. Seeing the games they play but not wanting to discipline wasn't fun. On the other hand I did have vision and passion for the job and feel like I accomplished a lot of great things.