How ESTPs Approach Work
They have a tendency to take charge of a situation, especially if no one else is acting and making things happen. They will push the limits to get the results they want. They want to keep their options open; therefore, freedom from rigid role assignments and too many constraints will keep them involved. Otherwise, constraints and limits become challenges to work around rather than guidelines for success.
How ENTPs Approach Doing Work
They will want a fair amount of autonomy and freedom to try out some of the many creative solutions they generate. They wonít settle for a quick fix but want to come up with efficient solutions. While they give a lot of attention to having a strategy, they also work at maintaining good relationships. They want a lot of involvement by everyone on the team.
How ISTPs Approach Doing Work
They want to be independent and to have the freedom to act on their hunches and intuitions, adapt to the situation, and work around whatever obstacles appear. They tend to be curious and will ask questions and try to understand a situation, often taking things apart to figure out how they work. Then they quickly grasp the most expedient solution and take a just-do-it attitude. They donít want to be limited by defined roles but want to have some idea of what is expected of them so they have at least a plan of action going into a situation. A lot of processing of issues will be seen as a waste of time.