Ability to express feelings. ENTJs tend to focus on goals and objectives rather than people. Therefore, they neglect the feelings of others and do not understand their emotional state. As a result, on the way to implementing changes and following their goals, ENTJs often lose the support of others.
Attention to detail. ENTJs focus on strategy and long-term plans. They do not tolerate routine and monotony and sometimes neglect details.
The ability to soften words. ENTJs usually express their opinions directly and openly, without thinking about how they look in the eyes of the surrounding people. The feedback given by ENTJs looks harsh, critical, and hurtful. Other people may perceive ENTJs as very cruel.
Patience. ENTJs are quick-thinking and get very annoyed when other people need more time to think, slow down, and feel. They expect others to make decisions just as quickly as they do.
Flexibility and adaptability in a situation of change. ENTJs see the goal and go to achieve it. They are not distracted by other events until the goal is realized. And even if the situation has changed, they will continue to act according to the established plan, despite the circumstances.
Don't create conflict. People with the ENTJ personality type see confrontation as a way of personal growth. They may deliberately create such situations to learn something new for themselves. They should understand that conflict is not always the best way to improve themselves, because it hurts other people's feelings.
Don't look at people as instruments for new knowledge. Commanders strive to constantly explore the world, including through relationships. When a person stops helping to develop them, ENTJs stop their communication.