To quote Wolfy...What are some of the STJ sterotypes when it comes to work relations and type in general?
On ESTJ: I know the right way. And I'm going to force it down your throat.
On ISTJ: I'm consistent. You need to get your shit sorted out.
To quote a former teacher of mine (describing me at a dinner, in front of hundreds of people): "She asks very direct questions, and when things don't go the way she wants them to, she gets VERY upset." (Cue audience laughter - not joking.)
Here's some pop culture examples of STJ stereotypes in action (of course, their typing is debatable, but I give my reasons below):
Worf (Star Trek: TNG): all about honor and duty and loyalty - a proud warrior. (SIDE NOTE: Something about the warrior mythos has always appealed to me, though I could never live like that. Maybe in another life.)
Lumberg (Office Space): the middle-manager from hell. Predictable and thoughtless in the worst possible way.
Nurse Ratched (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest): Self-explanatory. Evil, power-hungry. Chain of command; need for control over the situation, no matter what the cost.
Cuddy (House, MD): "You aren't following the rules! Risks are bad! Follow the rules, and everything will work out! This must be done CORRECTLY. WHY AREN'T YOU LISTENING TO ME???"