16 Types in the Workplace—ISTP

18 Feb 2016

The few people I know with preferences for ISTP often provide a hands-on approach to solving problems that our work projects need. Their favorite mental process, introverted Thinking (Ti), helps them quickly analyze the pros and cons so we can “cut to the chase.” This gift can sometimes help organizations implement practical solutions, as long as these individuals are encouraged to share their sometimes detailed and sequential approach. This favorite process is backed up by their second favorite process, extraverted Sensing (Se), which can help them understand details and facts in a practical way. Serving as a good workplace example by “keeping it real” and grounded, with a touch of fun along the way, are important contributions made by individuals with preferences for ISTP.

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