See? Even this post (that I quoted below) had better format than your other ones!
A good advice but I mostly don't have too much similarity with ISTJ's whether I rely on MBTI or not.
With my Te question I meant that do ISTJ's like that I present informatin in organized way like
and the result is
Sounds good, if it gets all the necessary information.
Are they bothered by direct orders (which I don't like to give by the way)? Usually not bothered, especially if they come from the boss. The boss says it, I do it. That's the way I am, anyways.
Are they bothered by change in the last minute (why do I aks that, because I think they do)? Please don't do that, it can throw me all off-balance. I know sometimes it can't be avoided, though.
Do they care about connecting with the people they work with? Probably not?
Like Erin said, it's nice to get along with your co-workers. But you still have to get your work done.
What I've learn so far:
- be competent which I can be but prefer to be laid back
- be precise (?) , ok, I'll do that better in e-mail than when talking but I swear I'll try
I'll try to give orders in straightforward way. I try not to chit chat when on phone on official business. I try to express my vision very correctly so the ISTJ knows when I'm talking about the short term, long term and the possibilities (and you know, there are endless amount of possibilities). This sounds good: put things into context.
But I won't try to be somebody else, because I am what I am. Good, I'm not saying change who you are, just trying to help you understand what I'm thinking.