ENTPs and ENTJs are both Extroverted, Intuitive, Thinking personalities, meaning that they both prefer spending time with others, working through complex ideas, and expressing themselves logically. They should communicate with each other in a balanced, reasonable way.
ENTPs should address issues directly and in a timely manner, while ENTJs should engage in more casual conversation with ENTPs.
Both ENTPs and ENTJs should focus on expressing themselves logically. ENTPs should be considerate of ENTJs’ prioritization of organization and consistency by making an effort to address conflict directly, while ENTJs should listen to ENTPs and remain open-minded. ENTPs and ENTJs should be patient and work through difficult situations together.
ENTPs are likely to trust ENTJs who allow them to follow a loose schedule and pursue new experiences. They prefer flexibility to routine and should be given the freedom to work independently from others.
ENTJs are likely to trust ENTPs who are consistent and loyal; ENTPs should be intentional in getting to know ENTJs by engaging in thoughtful discussion.
Both ENTPs and ENTJs bring charisma, creative solutions, and objective thinking to a workplace. ENTPs tend to also be adaptable, while ENTJs are more organized and consistent. ENTPs can help ENTJs think on their feet, while ENTJs can help ENTPs achieve personal or professional goals.
Because they prioritize consistency and following a set plan, ENTJs are likely to have difficulty adapting to new situations. ENTPs tend to enjoy the excitement of change and should help ENTJs by encouraging them to focus on the beneficial aspects of the experience.
ENTP and ENTJ types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
ENTPs should avoid being too spontaneous or unpredictable around ENTJs, while ENTJs should avoid forcing ENTPs to commit to situations that don’t suit them.
ENTP and ENTJ types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
ENTPs can help motivate ENTJs by setting intentional plans, while ENTJs can help motivate ENTPs by giving them space to work at their own pace.