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    Informing/Responding...

    Behind-the-Scenes (Informing and Responding). With patience and a calm, quiet style, they focus on understanding and accommodation to lead the team to the best possible result. (ISFJ, INTP, INFP, ISFP)
    ehhh not really. in practice i'm really more of a

    Get-Things-Going (Informing and Initiating). With a focus on interaction, they act as a catalyst using information, enthusiasm, energy and excitement to persuade and involve others. (ESFJ, ENTP, ENFP, ESFP)
    responding-wise, i don't think i like to let others determine roles as much as i like to size up others first and modify my action accordingly. i think it's Fi-related.

    Abstract/Affiliative...

    Idealist/Catalyst (Abstract and Affiliative): Want to be authentic, benevolent, and empathic. Search for identity, meaning, and significance. Are relationship oriented, particularly valuing meaningful relationships. (INFP, INFJ, ENFP, ENFJ)
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    Chart the course - Rational - INTJ

    I actually don't feel like I have much of a temperament.
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    * Directing communications have a time and task orientation with an implication of urgency to get the task done. "Have your report to me by close of business today."
    * Informing communications are designed to enroll the other in the process by providing motivation with relevant information. "Your report is an essential part of our project."
    Can strong introversion mask true directive tendency?

    * Responding types are more comfortable letting others initiate contact and accepting the roles established by others. They are more slow paced and are comfortable with silence.
    For sure

    * Chart-the-Course (Directing and Responding). Typically knowing the plan and what needs to be done to reach the goal, they focus on keeping the team on track. (ISTJ, INTJ, INFJ, ISTP)
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    * Behind-the-Scenes (Informing and Responding). With patience and a calm, quiet style, they focus on understanding and accommodation to lead the team to the best possible result. (ISFJ, INTP, INFP, ISFP)
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    Its clear my interaction style is behind the scenes.

    My speech tends to be more abstract.

    What I'm not sure about is the affiliative/pragmatic dimension. I like to be automonous and when something needs to be done to just do it but I do care about having approval and buy-in from the group.

    So that would narrow it down to INTP and INFP.

    Going by temperaments, NT seems the best fit, followed by NF.

    So INTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by penny89 View Post
    Can strong introversion mask true directive tendency?
    Yes, because the two factors are basically expressiveness and responsiveness, and since the expressiveness of introversion is low, you cannot readily see how responsive or not the person is.
    So a BtS and CtC may look similar on the surface. You just see a more quiet person.
    In Charge and Get Things Going will be easier to tell apart, because they are expressive, and one will be expressing directiveness, and the other, more friendliness (which in this case is associated with what is being called "informing").

    Quote Originally Posted by paradigm-shift View Post
    Its clear my interaction style is behind the scenes.

    My speech tends to be more abstract.

    What I'm not sure about is the affiliative/pragmatic dimension. I like to be automonous and when something needs to be done to just do it but I do care about having approval and buy-in from the group.

    So that would narrow it down to INTP and INFP.

    Going by temperaments, NT seems the best fit, followed by NF.

    So INTP.
    That makes sense, because it is that was with me as well. I take that as the influence of the Interaction Style on the conative temperament. If BtS is Phlegmatic or Supine, and NF is also Phlegmatic or Supine, they will share a sort of reservedness and people-focus in common.
    NT is Choleric (pragmatic, tough-minded, etc) and the diametric opposite, yet the Interaction Style will modify it, particularly on the social level (which Interaction Style is about, of course), and since BtS is more responsive to people, you will care a little bit more about approval than a directive NT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    Yes, because the two factors are basically expressiveness and responsiveness, and since the expressiveness of introversion is low, you cannot readily see how responsive or not the person is.
    So a BtS and CtC may look similar on the surface. You just see a more quiet person.
    In Charge and Get Things Going will be easier to tell apart, because they are expressive, and one will be expressing directiveness, and the other, more friendliness (which in this case is associated with what is being called "informing").
    Thanks. This makes sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    Directing/Informing - I do both. I use inform when I try to manipulate people to make them do what I want, or if I want to give subtle directions. I suppose I might prefer to direct though, but I'm unsure. I like being blunt, but at other times I feel guilty about it.

    Initiating/Responding - I feel more comfortable responding, but I have tried to be more of an initiator lately. I think I prefer responding.
    Actually, I just realized I identify way more with CtC than BtS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    Abstract/Concrete - Definitely prefer concrete on this one, although I do think that abstract things can be interesting.

    Affiliative/Pragmatic - Again, I'm torn. I like working with others and cooperating, but I also like being an individual. I suppose I lean more toward the affiliative side, but when I want to accomplish things, I like to do them by myself.

    So I have a choice between ISTJ, ISTP, ISFJ, and ISFP.
    So really this narrows it down to ISTJ and ISTP. Weird. I thought I was more of a feeler...

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    This guide is incredibly useful. It made me realize why I'm ENFP rather INFP.
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    I don't how I can change my "Type" in this page I hope I can. Cause I'm having problems choosing wether I am an INTj or an INTP, just tested INTJ, 1% J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nelson View Post
    I don't how I can change my "Type" in this page I hope I can. Cause I'm having problems choosing wether I am an INTj or an INTP, just tested INTJ, 1% J.
    here you go.. User CP -> Edit Details -> Additional Information

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