Actually, as a temperament blend, for an INTP, Negotiator would fit INP (Behind the Scenes). So that's actually a perfect match! Negotiator: INP (Supine or Phlegmatic in Inclusion); Director: NT (choleric in Control).
I guess those are good descriptions, which allows NT's to recognize their Choleric side despite whatever tempering effect the Inclusion temperament might have.
(Since this topic was started from a table I created, maybe I could draw from those).
There's no such thing as Melancholy-Choleric or Melancholy-Supine within an area. When I mention those kinds of combinations, they are usually Inclusion-Control combinations (Melancholy in Inclusion, Choleric in Control - INTJ, sure the Choleric isn't in Control for you; does "Director" in that other system fit?; Melancholy in Inclusion; Supine in Control - INFJ).
Only Phlegmatic can be blended with the others in an area, and what that means is that the temperament is moderate in either the expressed or wanted dimension.
I'm in a PM conversation on PerC with someone asking about this, and had written something putting it in a way that deserved posting here:
So I see this simple table really does not cover the modification of the temperaments across the three areas enough. It really can't, so that way I conceived it, one has to imagine what a cross of I C and A does to the overall behavior.
If I say "everyone is in, but you have to reach out and invite me", yet once the person is in, then it suddenly becomes "I'm the Boss", then most everyone will be sorry they accepted the invitation, (let alone them having had to move to accept me)! No one would then want to be bothered.
So what's going to happen? I'm going to have to tone down trying to be "boss" in order to make the Inclusion need more likely to be met.
So this again is why many I's and/or P's who are NT won't identify with Choleric. But again, Melancholy is close, and especially Phlegmatic-Melancholy (^kma^), which is right next to it.
Also, the way this works, is that you have to pass the Inclusion criteria first, with directives having more strict criteria, and informatives being more open to accept anyone. Once in a relationship, you encounter the Control area, and eventually, the Affection area, which is the deepest level, and the last you would normally encounter.
So you can't necessarily expect a Choleric in Control to readily begin bossing others around, or a Supine in Control to accept bossing around by others. You have to get past Inclusion to begin with. So a Behind the Scenes might look more passive, while an In Charge will still appear bossy, regardless of the conative temperament.
Inclusion - Supine, sometimes melancholy
Control - Melancholy, maybe phlegmatic
Affection - supine, but feedback from others say melancholy
I usually test melancholy-phlegmatic, which might be supine on tests which don't have it as a result, except I'm not into serving people.
Being enneagram 4w5 sp/sx, I think the 4 elitism & 5 self-sufficiency & self-preservation instinct tend to look "melancholy", but the 4 & sexual instinctual desire for close, intense connection with others is more supine, especially as a 4 will simply fantasize about it & not take action.
"Charlotte sometimes dreams a wall around herself. But it's always with love - So much love it looks like everything else. Charlotte Sometimes - So far away, glass sealed and pretty." - The Cure