ENTPs and ESTJs are both Extroverted, Thinking personalities, meaning that they both prefer being around people and expressing themselves logically. They should communicate with each other in a balanced, reasonable way.
ENTPs should address concrete facts with ESTJs, avoiding complex or hypothetical ideas.
ESTJs should try to avoid going too much into the details or specifics of a situation with ENTPs.
Both personalities should focus on expressing themselves logically. ENTPs should be considerate of ESTJs’ need to work through one issue at a time, while ESTJs should avoid getting too stuck in the details of a situation around ENTPs.
ENTPs are likely to trust ESTJs who allow them the freedom to pursue new opportunities. They prefer flexibility to routine and should be given space to work independently from others.
ESTJs are likely to trust ENTPs who are consistent and reliable; ENTPs should share intentional time engaging in thoughtful discussion with ESTJs.
Both ENTPs and ESTJs bring charisma and objective thinking to a workplace. ENTPs also offer creative ideas and adaptability, while ESTJs offer attention to detail and organization. ENTPs can help ESTJs adjust to new or unexpected situations, while ESTJs can help ENTPs set and achieve personal or professional goals.
ESTJ personalities are likely to have difficulty adapting to change, as they are naturally organized and well-scheduled. ENTPs tend to have an easier time and should help by encouraging ESTJs to see the bright side of a new situation.
ENTP and ESTJ 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 ESTJs, while ESTJs should avoid forcing ENTPs to follow a specific routine or schedule.
ENTP and ESTJ types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
ENTPs can help motivate ESTJs by intentionally making plans with ESTJs, while ESTJs can help motivate ENTPs by giving them space to work at their own pace.