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Known as The Champion or Campaigner, ENFPs are:

  • Passionate - they have a wide range and variety of emotions, and a great passion for novelty.

  • Exploring - they have a probing nature, always exploring to find the idea or opportunity which holds promise.

  • Networking - they are outstanding in getting people together, and are good at initiating meetings and conferences.

  • Enthusiastic - they are tireless in conversing with others.

  • Authentic - they strive toward a kind of spontaneous personal authenticity.

  • Eclectic -  they are are always seeking to find new outlets for their inspirations. 


Some ENFPs can also be:

  • Prone to Poor Practical Skills

  • Unfocused

  • Consumed in Thoughts

  • Prone to Stress

  • Highly Emotional

  • Independent to a Fault

Under stress, ENFPs may have difficulty saying no and take on too many projects.


How ENFPs typically operate in the workplace:

  • As Subordinates - they are growth-oriented, and as subordinates they’ll impress their managers with their creativity and adaptability.

  • As Colleagues - they are people-people, and as far as the workplace is concerned, this quality shows through best among colleagues.

  • As Managers - they are not great fans of heavy hierarchy and bureaucracy, and this is most evident when they take on the role of manager.


Other well-known ENFPs include:

  • Robin Williams

  • Drew Barrymore

  • Will Smith

  • Helen Keller

  • Martin Luther King, Jr.

  • Joan Baez

  • Nelson Mandela

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