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Recently, I have been contemplating the Myers-Briggs type of a certain person, a manager I’ve worked under. This person irritated me immensely and I’ve concluded with great certainty that they were most likely an ESFJ. Since ESFJs are the polar opposite of INTPs, it was no wonder why this person annoyed me so much.

What irked me most was the incredible lack of sense displayed by this person. If this is typical of all ESFJ then I would go so far as to say that these folks do not belong in any captain’s chair. With that said, here are 6 reasons why I think ESFJs are not suited for leadership.
What's your Myers Briggs zodiac sign combo?
#2 committed a whole article to lambasting your Boss and extended it inductively to include all ESFJs, making it less of a personal issue, but consequently resulting in an even more offensive tone.
audacious, confident, objective, insensitive...
You made an effort to apologize before hand and made some qualifying statements in there though...
so good work
"It is no measure of health to be well-adjusted to a profoundly sick society."
Refuge is the community people who are extracted from the country or the area just because of their native, language and other different factors. The ESJF is the community type of the people in which the making of the reviews terrible leader happen for the betterment and good work of the people.

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