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Illustrations of Type – ESTJ and ENTJ

Illustrations of Type – ESTJ and ENTJ

By Donna Dunning

In my MBTI® Certification workshops participants respond to the instruction -“Describe your type using words, phrases, or pictures.” I find these visual representations of type preferences help illustrate individual differences.

Here is a photo of a response from a combined ESTJ and ENTJ group. Posters created by groups with these preferences tend to be orderly and to the point. This one is no exception, with clear, bulleted descriptions.

When groups work on this activity, it is almost always the ESTJ and/or ENTJ groups that finish first. They approach the process efficiently and often use bullet points and succinct words or phrases.

The phrase, “analyze (but not to death)”, shows the logical action and results oriented approach of those who share a dominant function of Te.

You may find it interesting to look at and compare how other groups with these preferences complete the activity.

There are four previous ENTJ posters in this Illustrations of Type series.

You may want to look at the first ENTJ illustration, the second ENTJ illustration, the third ENTJ illustration, and fourth ENTJ illustration.

You may also want to look at the first ESTJ illustration (This is a combined ESTJ/ENTJ group), the second ESTJ illustration, and the third ESTJ illustration.

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