16 Types in the Workplace—ISFP

Posted 23 February 2016 by
Global Marketing

The people I know with preferences for ISFP often take a values-based approach to solving problems that our work projects need. Their favorite mental process, introverted Feeling (Fi), sometimes helps them understand how the decisions being made in the course of a project reflect the values and needs of people in the organization. This gift can sometimes help organizations determine what really matters beyond what is simply accepted as logical. This favorite process is backed up by their second favorite process, extraverted Sensing (Se), which can sometimes help them understand the here-and-now practicality of possible solutions to problems. Serving as a good workplace example by providing practical help in the here-and-now, and a sense of fun for good measure, is an important contribution made by individuals with preferences for ISFP.

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