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    IMO, INFJ definitely seems more plausible than an INTJ.

    The reasons I believe this is although she tends towards objectivity as soon as one of her subordinates are threatened she ceases to be objective and starts to act like "a mother hen". She will protect my coworkers and I as fiercely as a grizzly bear guards her cubs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    The only thing I am certain of is she is an Introvert. Overall she seems to posses and Artisan temperament but has several traits not typically found in Artisans.

    The only problems I have with the INTJ assessment is:
    - As far as I know she does not have any secret plans or hidden agendas.
    - Although IMO she is very intelligent she is not an abstract thinker.
    - She is a very caring person.
    Not all INTJs have secret plans/hidden agendas...

    Older people are more difficult to type... you get tertiary and shadow functions spilling over.

    Protecting could be a SJ or NFJ... hmmm...

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    Is it possible for an Artisan to be both organized and nurturing?

    Here's my assessment so far:

    INTJ - she is too caring and concrete.

    INFJ - she is too concrete.

    Guardian - she is a Habitual rule breaker.

    ISTP/ISFP - Most plausible (INFJ being the second) but she is very organized which is a trait that an Artisan is not likely to naturally posses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    Is it possible for an Artisan to be both organized and nurturing?

    Here's my assessment so far:

    INTJ - she is too caring and concrete.

    INFJ - she is too concrete.

    Guardian - she is a Habitual rule breaker.

    ISTP/ISFP - Most plausible (INFJ being the second) but she is very organized which is a trait that an Artisan is not likely to naturally posses.
    A guardian can be a rule breaker... If the guardian prescribes to a different set of rules... STJ more likely than SFJ though in this case.

    Why can't INXJs be concrete sometimes? As people grow older, they do learn to use their shadow functions...

    An SP being very organized is more unlikely though in my opinion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    A guardian can be a rule breaker... If the guardian prescribes to a different set of rules... STJ more likely than SFJ though in this case.

    Why can't INXJs be concrete sometimes? As people grow older, they do learn to use their shadow functions...

    An SP being very organized is more unlikely though in my opinion...
    They certainly can be concrete. The difference is my boss is first and foremost a concrete thinker. Although she is excellent at grasping theories and creating strategies she consciously developed these abilites. It is not something that is natural for her.

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