Sensitive to feelings Avoids repeating logical validity Wants reassurance with

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Sensitive to feelings Avoids repeating logical validity Wants reassurance with positive feelings Expressed feelings = thinks aloud Takes remarks about others personally Fear redundancy Fear disharmony Enjoy proving a point Attend to creating harmony
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In Communication with Thinkers: Be concise Don’t ramble Don’t take every thinker’s statement personal Define your terms Use if – then logic
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In Communication with Feelers: Build a personal relationship first Demonstrate areas of agreement Show how project will help people Feelings need to be expressed often Illustrate through “people” stories Feelers may not give negative feedback
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Judgers (J) vs. Perceivers (P)
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Judgers (J) vs. Perceivers (P) Issue: How much order do I need in my world? Preference: Perceivers: Prefer possibilities of more perceptions, information, data, etc. Judgers: Seek closure
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Judgers (J) vs. Perceivers (P) Value order Value openness Finish one project, start another Start more projects than get finsihed Meet deadlines Resist deadlines May decide prematurely May not decide Want to be right Don’t want to miss anything Make lists and check twice or more Resist lists Want stability Need new adventures, experiences Good as administrators Good as trouble shooters Thrive on order Good in a crisis If everyone did what they should - the world would be fine Don’t plan - see what might happen
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In Communication with Judgers: Stick to a timetable Show you can complete a project Advise of changes Don’t equivocate
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