I think the OP said something about how S and N present themselves in a work environment. I have worked in service industry for eight years now as a bartender/server/cook...you name it.
Something I've noticed:
I'm usually the one who can see a bar fight about to happen. I've often broken up many before they become a problem or before any of my co-workers notice a problem building. I'm usually the first to react or notice someone not "acting" right. I can sort of "sense" something in the "air" isn't right. I'm observant but not necessarily detail oriented. I know where people are located and I see how things might occur and I'm ready for that. I like that feeling. However, If you asked me what these people in the bar are wearing etc. Unless someone is the object of my attention, I probably wouldn't notice! I'd have to call back my memory to get that information. It's not at the forefront.
My fellow ESFP bartender (one of my best friends) is much better at these concrete details than I am. Although, she misses the big picture a lot of times. (too busy bouncing around - literally! ). We work exceptionally well together. Yin and Yang, I suppose.