How people with each TIM might have distinct facets of EQ to work on.
What does each type likely have an easier time with? What about their challenges?
Genos model of emotionally intelligent workplace behaviour
disconnection versus presence
insensitivity vs. empathy
untrustworthiness vs. genuineness
limited vs. expansive
temperamental vs. resilient
indifferent vs. empowering
Rachel Green has about half the TIM's EQ styles written up as she sees them:
To EQ relates only to T/F.
The strenght of both E/I kinds of a function is similar. valued variant has better skills due to higher interest to that.
Also there can be indirect relation of S/N. N types better understand the whole situation. Not only emotions but also why they are and hence this may improve understanding of people and ways to influence on their emotions.
> insensitivity vs. empathy
All T types have similar issues with EQ.
Weak functions may be developed and skills there improved. It's easier to do through valued weak regions. Close psyche distance with F types and practice help to develop that.
> untrustworthiness vs. genuineness
> disconnection versus presence
This relates to any of functions. The stronger a function is - the more you perceive, may better deal with that region, express it with more assurance etc.
You started with a statement that excludes other IE being involved beyond F and T. Then you listed the ways those other IE are, in fact, involved.
Originally Posted by Sol
But T types aren't consistently worse with EQ. LIE are great at cheering up ESI, for example. The ability to rouse/rally someone is largely an EQ skill. And many a thinker does that