INTP managers have very high standards, expecting others to grasp their insights, and to provide their own in equal measure.
ISTPs can be some of the most productive people around, recognizing their unique perspective and gifts can lead to extraordinary results.
ESFJ personalities are comfortable with clear roles, and expect authority to be respected and backed up by rules and standards.
INTPs are better than any other type at noticing logical discrepancies, as they direct projects to their own perfectionistic standards.
INTJs make natural leaders, and their perfectionism and determination means that the work comes out clean and effective.
ENTPs expect robust debate among their peers, and demand that those around them continually offer up new solutions and ideas.
INTPs have a need for intellectual stimulation, and are always seeking the satisfaction of the final piece of a puzzle clicking into place.
ENTJs set out to learn new skills and to seek out new challenges and responsibilities, always eager to prove that nothing is impossible.
ENTJs’ efficiency and clear communication are valued, their leadership is admired, and their ability to simply get things done is unrivaled.