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    Default Supervision: difficult to spot if supervisee is above the supervisor?

    In my first attempts at typing people, at which I seem to suck (ISTj thing or just inexperience?), I am having trouble with one, who seems not to match the supervision relationship.

    Do you think the relation could be particularly hard to identify if the two meet in a situation that clearly puts the supervisee in a position of higher rank and power? Or maybe if they usually meet for an activity at which the supervisee is clearly more skilled?
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    supervision can be typed by the use of their common function. That's what makes you sort of friends.

    It doesn't matter if the supervisee is in a higher position. I've got two at my work who are higher then me.

    If you are just starting with typing people, everything seems hard. But you'll get experienced quickly.

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    It's hard to type people for a while. A long while even. You can put descriptions of them up in "what's my type" if you want.
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    I think it's a good idea to start with quadra values and then narrow it down to a type by temperament and (even more so) by which of their quadra values they need and appreciate most in a relationship and which they are able to automatically provide in a relationship.
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    I'd say get the general picture first, and use Quadra values to differentiate if necessary. If I had to choose by Quadra values alone, I would probably be Beta. Which I'm not.
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    ciao amore, posso insegnarti il segreto su come riconoscere il tipo psicologico degli spacciatori dei dintorni dell'unibo a prima vista
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    ciao amore, posso insegnarti il segreto su come riconoscere il tipo psicologico degli spacciatori dei dintorni dell'unibo a prima vista
    U expert with that uh? For some reason they never ask me to buy stuff when I'm not in a group... I guess I look like a good boy.

    Anyways, sure sweety, teach on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarno
    supervision can be typed by the use of their common function. That's what makes you sort of friends.
    So I should be able to see that the supervisor's 2nd function is the supervisee's 1st function. Right (c:
    Where can I find a good description of relationships based on functions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PotatoSpirit
    Quote Originally Posted by Jarno
    supervision can be typed by the use of their common function. That's what makes you sort of friends.
    So I should be able to see that the supervisor's 2nd function is the supervisee's 1st function. Right (c:
    Where can I find a good description of relationships based on functions?
    http://www.worldlingo.com/wl/service...26type2%3Distj
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    Thanks. I have to push it a little but I can see the relationship now (c:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly
    I'd say get the general picture first, and use Quadra values to differentiate if necessary. If I had to choose by Quadra values alone, I would probably be Beta. Which I'm not.
    When I say quadra values, I'm invariably referring to information elements. If I say "quadra behavior" or "quadra attitudes" or "quadra stereotypes" or something of the like, that's different.
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