Interesting differences in leadership styles, possibly between INFP vs INFJ I’ve either been placed in leadership positions for random reasons, sometimes specific reasons and other times I’d see a ‘need’ and think “well SOMEBODY has to get things started” and so I would gather people together work on the thing I think was needed. Things I think we have in common: We govern with a light touch, allowing people do what-what-they-do We know that people have natural/learned talents that they do best at / are happiest at / etc. We can see patterns in groups Differences may be: I suspect you see “they are good for a task and can be useful in a certain role” I see, “They seem to have a natural aptitude in this area and need to be placed in a proper position to allow for their growth in that area, if they choose to” While we both operate with certainties, what we are certain ABOUT is likely different. [INFPs _appear_ uncertain but really aren’t; it’s just the things they are certain about simply “are-what-they-are” and present as “INFP is just being stubborn / won’t listen” but that’s their certainty in action

Interesting differences in leadership styles, possibly between INFP vs INFJ
I’ve either been placed in leadership positions for random reasons, sometimes specific reasons and other times I’d see a ‘need’ and think “well SOMEBODY has to get things started” and so I would gather people together work on the thing I think was needed.
Things I think we have in common:
We govern with a light touch, allowing people do what-what-they-do
We know that people have natural/learned talents that they do best at / are happiest at / etc.
We can see patterns in groups
Differences may be:
I suspect you see “they are good for a task and can be useful in a certain role”
I see, “They seem to have a natural aptitude in this area and need to be placed in a proper position to allow for their growth in that area, if they choose to”
While we both operate with certainties, what we are certain ABOUT is likely different. [INFPs _appear_ uncertain but really aren’t; it’s just the things they are certain about simply “are-what-they-are” and present as “INFP is just being stubborn / won’t listen” but that’s their certainty in action
I don’t see myself as a good leader. I prefer not to lead. But when I’ve had to (there’s my certainty in action) – I would do it.

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