How can LSE (ESTj) type adapt to a team?

According to the author, Piskaryova Yu.V.  LSE type refers to a solid group of perception. The peculiarity of this type lies in the fact that it is “inclined to operate with verified and reliable information, longer than other processes or unexpected data. He tries to plan his affairs step by step; it is difficult for […]

Introversion – Extraversion

According to Ananev A.E., features of Introverted vs. extroverted children are: “Seeing an introvert child (who is unfavorable from child neurology), I recommend his parents to communicate with the child frequently so that the attention of the child about the outside world is not narrowed by an outstretched hand and is more often directed outwardly; […]

How do parents with the enneagram dreamer type 4 personality communicate with children?

Parents with the enneagram dreamer type (4) personality “experience feelings deeply.” They have a great empathetic ability that allows them to bond with their children and understand how they feel. They want to form deep bonds with them, which can often cause them to infringe upon the freedom of their children. They can be withdrawn […]

Features of the first quadra (ALPHA).

According to Lutseva, U.S. the elements in the first quadra are: “In the first quadra, horizontal communication is also a matter of course, but at times crossing the boundaries, the familiarity of the third quadra is shocking. There is no such individualism here; democracy is not used in it to protrude its deviations from the […]

What is the style of communication of each socionics quadra?

According to Lutseva U.S., “for aristocrats (Beta quadrant: SLE/ESTp, IEI/INFp, EIE/ENFj, LSI/ISTj and Delta quadrant: LSE/ESTj, EII/INFj, IEE/ENFp, SLI/ISTp), the predominance of vertical communication over horizontal is significant. With vertical connections, hierarchical inequality is noticeable: the boss is the subordinate, the senior is the younger, the friend is the alien, etc. Such communication is subordinate. […]

Look at the TIM of life

According to the author Lutseva, U.S., “For the aristocratic TIMs, the predominance of vertical communication over horizontal communication is indicative. With vertical connections, hierarchical inequality is noticeable: the head is subordinate, the elder is the youngest, the other is his own, and others. Such communication is like subordination. A person in aristocratic squares is evaluated […]

How to help your child develop “staff” leadership?

According to Prokofiev V.G, these are the recommendations for developing “staff” leadership: It is necessary “to lift restrictions as much as possible for the development of his” style.” As little as possible to pull up the children of the “Staffs” for an educational approach, not to rush into mastering the new rules, but to listen […]

How to help your child develop “cup” leadership?

According to Prokofiev V.G, these are the recommendations on developing “cup” leadership: It is necessary to “pull out the children of the Cups as little as possible for their emotionality, enthusiasm, fiction, enthusiasm, pranks (of course, if they are not very annoying to others). To provide them with more communication with their peers, to support […]

How does enneagram organizer type 3 personality parents communicate with children?

Parents with the enneagram organizer type (3) personality “communicate with persuasion.” They share how somethings worked for them to convey their advantages to their children. These individuals leverage their body language, vocabulary, and emotions to get their point across to children. They deal with any resistance from children by pointing at any defaults and correcting […]

How do parents of enneagram helper type 2 personalities communicate with children?

Parents with the enneagram helper type (2) personality have “excellent communication skills.” They change their communication style depending on what appeals to the child or person they are interacting with. They look for approval by centering the conversation around what they, as a parent, can do for their children. They “convey feelings of warmth, understanding, […]