One of the most imporatnt lessons that working with a team teaches you is that disagreement is required. If I have five technical experts that all agree I am screwed. Once a problem crops up-and it will-then I have one solution, one answer. If I have folks in disgreement then I have five solutions on the back burner in case the first one fails. So please continue to contribute.
For me, it isnt too hard as I have about five types I typically work with: ENTP, INTP, INTJ, as customers, and the same plus ISTJs and a few ESTPs as coworkers. I build my marketing materrials, messaging, software, instrumentation, talks all to fit an Ne/Ti mindest as they are about 80% of my customer auidance. Internally I totally position the message differently if it is the ISTJs or the ESTPs i need to reach.
The beautiful part though is watching the individual flavors of each person inside the broader groupings. I know that my ENTP friend will debate me about topics however MBTI tells me nothing about how he loves his two daughters and worked on a tank in the army and how mediatation changed his lifecourse, or his first date with his wife involved a fetal pig.