ISTJs are Introverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging personalities, meaning they tend to be reserved, pay close attention to specifics, process logically, and follow set plans or schedules.
ISTJs should communicate directly and openly with one another, making sure to set designated meeting times when discussing important topics.
Conflict between ISTJs should be handled logically by sorting through one issue at a time. ISTJs should share their own perspectives openly and work toward a common solution. When ISTJs remain calm and put effort toward a compromise, conflict can be quickly resolved.
ISTJs are more likely to trust other ISTJ personalities who are respectful personal space and are open to hearing others’ ideas. ISTJs should build a relationship with one another by sharing common goals.
ISTJs bring independence, attention to detail, logical thinking, and goal-oriented planning to a workplace. ISTJs can work together to set and achieve professional goals by combining their efforts to formulate a well thought-out plan.
ISTJs may have a difficult time adapting to new situations, as they like consistency and predictability. They set long-term plans to achieve their goals and can be taken aback or thrown off course by unexpected circumstances. ISTJs should keep in mind that change can be beneficial. They need to establish a new plan that works with the change, rather than against it.
ISTJ types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
ISTJs should avoid pushing themselves or each other to attend crowded events; they should, instead, find opportunities with small groups of people.
ISTJ types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
ISTJs can motivate other ISTJ personalities by achieving shared goals and being consistent or predictable.