ISTPs are Introverted, Sensing, Thinking, Perceiving personalities, meaning they are usually reserved, practical problem solvers, who process logically, and adapt easily to new situations.
ISTPs should communicate with one another directly, avoiding unnecessary pleasantries and allowing the other to work independently.
Conflict between ISTPs should be addressed quickly and logically. ISTPs need to engage in discussion, share their own perspectives openly, and work toward a common solution. If ISTPs remain level-headed, conflict can be easy for them to resolve with each other.
ISTPs are more likely to trust other ISTP personalities who respect their personal space and share practical ideas or solutions when asked. ISTPs should build a working relationship with one another through common interests and ideas.
ISTPs bring independence, attention to detail, rational decision-making, and adaptability to a workplace. ISTPs can work together to solve problems practically and efficiently, while still allowing one another to take necessary time to themselves.
ISTPs tend to adjust easily to new situations, as they are adaptable personalities who crave unexpected experiences and appreciate positive change. ISTPs thrive in environments that encourage them to pursue new opportunities.
ISTP types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
ISTPs should avoid pushing themselves or each other to attend crowded events; they should, instead, find opportunities with small groups of people.
ISTP types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
ISTPs can motivate other ISTP personalities by allowing them space to work and learn alone.