The Sensory Ethical Extrovert, SEE, ESFp, the Politician, the Ambassador, or Julius Caesar, or is one of the sixteen Socionics
types. The Sensory Ethical Extrovert is an irrational, extroverted, static type whose leading functions are extroverted sensing and introverted ethics.
SEEs have a high awareness of their social surroundings and of the social influence or "weight" of different people. They are naturals at concentrating social attention on themselves or on anyone else they bring into the limelight.
SEEs like to exercise their willpower and take responsibility upon themselves, which helps them put forth more effort. They typically expect and encourage others to put forth effort as well in everything they do. They are often vocally critical of people who do not try hard enough or situations where there is no leadership and initiative.
SEEs often look for opportunities to take leadership positions, and with people they are around frequently, will assume leadership roles without prompting.
Learning everything they can about others at a social gathering is paramount to the SEE. When the SEE learns that he does not know about how a piece of art looks or a type of food tastes he will be very interested in experiencing that stimulus.
SEEs have a strong sense of what is proper behavior. helps guides the SEE how to uses their personal influence. It often seems so obvious to them what others should do because they ‘know’ what needs to be done. If no one will step up and do the morally right thing, the SEE will. They sometimes feel compelled to make known their own personal values as being in others people’s best interests. However, this can be in complete disregard for the feelings and needs of others. If there is enough reasonable opposition, the SEE usually will quietly step away.
SEEs are generally wary and mistrustful of new things, ideas, and behavior styles that they have not heard of, seen, or conceived of before. When people tell or show them such things, they often don't know whether the person is telling the truth and may suspect that the other person is trying to trick them or play a joke on them. They may then dismiss the person as a crackpot or just plain "nuts." SEEs need to see how other people react to the person and his new information, views, or behavior in order to make a proper assessment.
SEEs do not bear being imposed rules on and often even act the opposite way. Do not bear questions asking to justify own behavior. Cannot even imagine a strict system guiding their life. They do not focus on systematic decision making, sometimes resulting in them being excessive spenders. They enjoy the thrill of the present moment, and don't like having to weight out pros and cons or make the "right" decision.
Attentive to the remarks on the potential outcomes of their activities, but often ignore them and use their never ending energy and strength to crack through any obstacles on the path.
With an interest activity to do, perform it swiftly and well. Can get lazy when they don't have such an activity.
Very good at creating comfortable environments. Want to see people around looking aesthetically pleasing.
Are very bubbly but non-imposing with their emotions.