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INTJs are perfectionists, with an endless capacity for improving upon anything that takes their interest.They will work long and hard on such tasks, driving towards closure, impervious to the outside.We all bring something different to the team and we all agree that difference and balance are good things.However when someone is different from us we might not understand them so well so in this section we allow you to compare the differences at work, how these might manifest themselves and how best to manage them.So much has been written about whether opposites attract or difference is the key but in real life it is all about understanding the differences, accommodating and managing them.
Their desire to get things done may mean that they ignore the people issues, as they act on the facts and so are not so tuned in to peoples’ feelings.
The INTJ loves an intellectual challenge and is stimulated by the abstract, the complex, the new and the untried; facts and figures bore them.
ISTJ parents want to pass on traditions and teach their children how to fit into society. They expect their children to be as dutiful as they are. ESTJ. The.… continue reading »
ENFP and ESTJ – Compatibility, Relationships, and Friendships. The ISTJ wants conclusive plans of action and concrete understand of the way things works.… continue reading »
ESTJ vs. INTJ. ESTJ The Supervisor. View full. The ESTJ doesn’t really get emotions or indeed anything they see as irrational and if someone is upset they will.… continue reading »
ISTJ Relationships. Advantages of Dating an ISTJ Type. Dating an ISTJ type can be a great deal of fun because ISTJs exhibit quite a few characteristics that.… continue reading »
This section ISTJ-ESTJ relationship is about how these two personality types come together in a relationship.… continue reading »
This is a discussion on ISTJ/ESTJ relationship? within the ISTJ Forum - The Duty Fulfillers forums, part of the SJ's Temperament Forum- The Overseers category; is this a good or bad match? are the two too similar to be prudent.… continue reading »