You’re the civil engineering foreman in charge of the 24-person group whose charter is to erect 3,000 tents for refugees who lost their homes in the earthquake. You’ve 10 days to complete erecting the tents. Based on the team member resumes you received, you picked four people (two men, two women) to be team chiefs of six-person details (4 X 6 = 24 group members). The first one is Mary; she is the extrovert (ESTJ). The second is Joe, and he is the sensing data gatherer (ISTP). The third is Amy, and she is thinker versus a feeling-type (INTJ). At last, Ted is a judging versus a perceiving type of fellow (ENFJ). There’re going to be some tense, tough days ahead. Your work will have to be coordinated with utilities personnel, fire-fighters, emergency workers, police, care organizations, temporary housing unit organizations, and many other groups and people. Many stakeholders are involved.
Given the situation above, tell how you will commune with each team leader when delivering complex information in the stressful condition. Recommend effective communication methods for the dissimilar personality types. Use appropriate research to back up your points.