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INTJ

What is an INTJ Personality Type
(The Intellectual)?
People with an INTJ personality type tend to be confident, analytical, and ambitious in their behavior. They love to pursue knowledge and tend to be very logically minded. They are independent thinkers focused on solving the world’s problems.

INFJ

What is an INFJ Personality Type
(The Advisor)?
People with an INFJ personality type tend to be determined, reserved, and altruistic in their behavior. They are idealists and are passionate about making the world a better place. They enjoy close relationships with a few people but usually prefer working alone.

Communication

Myers-Briggs INTJ & INFJ Communication

How can INTJ and INFJ types communicate effectively with each other?

INTJs and INFJs are both Introverted, Intuitive, Judging personalities, meaning they like to be alone, think conceptually, and keep organized. Their major distinction is in the Thinking/Feeling trait; INTJs base decisions on logic, while INFJs tend to consider the emotions of themselves and others.

INTJs should be more sensitive around INFJs, allowing them to share their feelings when needed. INFJs should try to express themselves logically around INTJs, in order to be better understood.


Resolving Conflict

Myers-Briggs INTJ & INFJ Conflict

How can INTJ and INFJ types resolve conflict?

INTJs should invite INFJs to share their thoughts and feelings; they need to be considerate and accepting of INFJs’ emotions.

INFJs should try to address conflict rationally; they need to remain calm and level-headed, expressing themselves honestly.

Both personalities are skilled in creatively solving problems and should work together to think of a pleasant solution.


Building Trust

Myers-Briggs INTJ & INFJ Trust

How can INTJ and INFJ types build trust?

INTJs are likely to trust INFJs who are forthcoming and honest; INTJs also want to have their ideas heard and appreciated, so INFJs listen intently.

INFJs are likely to trust INTJs who are considerate and make an effort to be gentle with criticism and feedback.

Working Together

Myers-Briggs INTJ & INFJ Working Together

How can INTJ and INFJ types work together?

INTJs bring a strong sense of logic and deep-thinking to a work environment, while INFJs offer an awareness of others and a passion for empathy. Both personalities are great at solving difficult problems and hold themselves accountable to achieving their goals.

Their different ways of making decisions help make them a more balanced team. INTJs can help INFJs learn to think through a problem deeply, while INFJs can teach INTJs about the importance of considering the impact a decision can have on others.


Dealing with Change

Myers-Briggs INTJ & INFJ Change

How can INTJ and INFJ types deal with change?

INTJs and INFJs may have a difficult time processing change. They are goal-oriented and organized personalities, who tend to view change negatively. The two personalities need to recognize the positive side of change: room for growth, innovative ideas, improved work environment, etc. Once INTJs and INFJs reframe their mindset and work with the new situation, they can learn to accept change.


Managing Stress

INTJ and INFJ types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.

Myers-Briggs INTJ & INFJ Managing Stress

INTJ types are easily stressed by...

  • Spending too much time with others
  • Following traditional rules
  • Meeting groups of new people
  • Communicating emotionally with others
Myers-Briggs INTJ & INFJ Managing Stress

INFJ types are easily stressed by...

  • Being in crowded areas
  • Feeling criticized by others
  • Disappointment or personal failure
  • Feeling forced into a strict routine

INTJs should avoid criticizing INFJs; instead, they need to be supportive and helpful.

INFJs should give INTJs space and avoid being overly emotional.


Encouraging and Motivating

INTJ and INFJ types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.

Myers-Briggs INTJ & INFJ Motivations

INTJ types are motivated by...

  • Setting and achieving ambitious goals
  • Introducing new or innovative ideas
  • Producing quality results in a work environment
  • Logical, rational thinking from others
Myers-Briggs INTJ & INFJ Motivations

INFJ types are motivated by...

  • Connecting with others on a deeper level
  • Taking time alone to think
  • Following a set routine
  • Creatively solving complicated problems

INTJs can motivate INFJs by being encouraging and uplifting with a positive affirmation.

INFJs can encourage INTJs by taking the time to recognize their accomplishments and achievements.


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