SEI vs EII Compared by Functions

SEI vs EII Compared by Functions

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Waiting

Waiting for the right moment. Prefers a leisurely pace, not bound by deadlines.

Planning

Good time management (in extreme situations). Good internal clock. Steady. Works calmly and punctually.

Boredom

Need for novelty and unusual situations. Seeks variety and innovative solutions.

Improvement

Generation of new ideas in implementing a principle. Develops potential in others.

Harmonization

Finding a middle ground between extremes. Sense of comfort. Values simple pleasures and physical comfort.

Unpretentiousness

Managing with what is available. Can manage with absolutely little. Cares for well-being and comfort. Care launches them.

Self-preservation

Avoiding others' conflicts, but sharply (inadequately) responding to invasions of their own territory. Stands up for themselves when necessary.

Patience

Long-suffering without response. Rapid exhaustion in forceful situations. Inability to lead a rough and aggressive life. Struggles with aggression and conflict.

Emergency Order

Adherence to order arising in emergency situations. Becomes efficient when goals are clear and meaningful.

Discipline

Adhering to rules and acting according to prescriptions. Conscientious. Detailed and disciplined.

Fatigue

Rapid exhaustion from strenuous work. Works well when efforts are appreciated.

Being Busy

Need to be busy (need to feel needed). Engages actively in work.

Peacemaking

Preventing or resolving conflicts between opposing parties. Shows care through actions, not words.

Empathy

Providing effective help to those in need. Understands and values honest relationships.

Mood Intermediary

Creating an emotional atmosphere in their circle. Spreads joy and avoids conflicts.

Anxiety

Quelling others' emotions. Problems with expressing their own emotions. Senses and manages emotional tension.