ESTJs are Extroverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging personalities, meaning they tend to be outgoing, attentive, logical decision-makers, who prefer to follow set plans.
ESTJs should be honest and forthcoming with one another, remembering to set intentional meetings when discussing important or sensitive information.
ESTJs should address conflict in a calm, rational way. ESTJs should engage in discussion, share their thoughts openly, and avoid interrupting one another. Together, they should work through issues individually and systematically by focusing on the important details.
ESTJs tend to trust other ESTJs who are principled and ethical; ESTJs admire strong leadership and loyalty from others. In order to establish a connection, ESTJs should get to know each other through open discussion.
ESTJs bring attention to detail, rational decision-making, and organized planning to a workplace. ESTJs can help inspire and motivate one another to achieve important personal or professional goals.
ESTJs may have a difficult time adapting to new situations, as they enjoy consistency and stability. They should try to help each other by focusing on the benefits of the change and establishing a new, more flexible, schedule or routine.
ESTJ types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
ESTJs should avoid placing themselves or other ESTJs in situations that lack structure or organization.
ESTJ types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
ESTJs can motivate one another by accomplishing important goals that contribute to the well-being of the community.