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ENTJ Subtypes

Each ENTJ result has subtle differences, which can be captured through subtypes.

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Knowing you are an ENTJ helps you understand how to interact with the world around you. But there will be extra detail hidden within each of the four letters. We dive deeper into each letter and introduce the concept of 'subtypes' and how they can further explain your unique personality.


An ENTJ knows they are extraverted. But what type of extravert are they? Subtypes help to define the differences.

ENTJ Subtypes

What variations exist within type ENTJ?

The MBTI result of ENTJ can be broken down further to reveal a more nuanced personality profile. Have you had a Myers Briggs result ENTJ and thought "that's kind of me"? That could be because each of the four letters has two variants, or 'subtypes'. Let's take a deeper look at the subtypes contained within type ENTJ.

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The four letters of the 16 types model (for example Myers Briggs®) are a useful shorthand to describe personality types. If you want a little more detail it's possible to look at subtypes.

An ENTJ knows they are (E)xtraverted, i(N)tuitive, (T)hinking, and (J)udging. But what type of extravert are they? And what form does their intuition take? Subtypes are a way of answering those questions.


Extraverted: the Subtypes

Two variants of extroversion: gregarious and assertive

Extraverts broadly display one of two interpersonal styles, gregarious or assertive. Gregarious extraverts are highly social and warm, thriving on positive interpersonal communication. Assertive extraverts are dominant and direct, welcoming interpersonal conflict and making their will know to those around them.

  • Ea: Extraverted-Assertive
  • Eg: Extraverted-Gregarious

Ea and Eg: What's The Difference?

Extraverted types can take the form of two variants: Ea and Eg

Extraverts can lean towards being either extraverted-assertive or extraverted-gregarious. There are subtle differences, which are listed here.

Extended subtype:

Ea
Primary type:
Extraverted (E)
Subtype:
Assertive (a)
What this means:
Assertive extraverts aim to be dominant and thrive on conflict, gaining and developing most from locking horns with others.

Extended subtype:

Eg
Primary type:
Extraverted (E)
Subtype:
Gregarious (g)
What this means:
Gregarious extraverts are warm, social and are always seeking to establish an interpersonal connection with people whenever they can.

Sensing: the subtypes

Two variants of intuition: creative and unorthodox

Intuitives can be broadly defined as being either creative, or unorthodox. Creative Intuitives focus on new ideas or innovations, focusing on improvement in the conventional sense. Unorthodox Intuitives, however, take a more abstract and unconventional approach to problem-solving, identifying unusual solutions.

  • Nc: Intuitive-Creative
  • Nu: Intuitive-Unorthodox

Nc and Nu: What's The Difference?

Intuitive types can take the form of two variants

Intuitive types can lean towards being either intuitive-creative or intuitive-unorthodox. There are subtle differences, which are listed here.

Extended subtype:

Nc
Primary type:
Intuitive (N)
Subtype:
Creative (c)
What this means:
Creative intuitives are imaginative, innovative, and readily generate new ideas or theories.

Extended subtype:

Nu
Primary type:
Intuitive (N)
Subtype:
Unorthodox (u)
What this means:
Unorthodox intuitives are abstract, unconventional, and think outside the box.

Thinking: the subtypes

Two variants of thinking: Logical and Objective

Thinkers fall under one of two categories, logical thinkers and objective thinkers. Logical thinkers focus on applying rule based thinking, relying on deductive and inductive reasoning. Objective thinkers, however, focus on removing the emotional element from decision-making, maintaining a stoic and unbiased approach.

  • Tl: Thinking-Logical
  • To: Thinking-Objective

Tl and To: What's The Difference?

Thinking types can take the form of two variants: Tl and To

Thinking types can lean towards being either thinking-logical or thinking-objective. There are subtle differences, which are listed here.

Extended subtype:

Tl
Primary type:
Thinking (T)
Subtype:
Logical (l)
What this means:
Logical thinkers focus on structured rule based thinking, often with formulae and deduction.

Extended subtype:

To
Primary type:
Thinking (T)
Subtype:
Objective (o)
What this means:
Objective thinkers focus on removing emotion from decisions, remaining stoic and unbiased.

Judging: the subtypes

Two variants of judging: logical and objective

Judging types tend to be either results focused (Thorough), or process focused (Methodical). Thorough judging types are perfectionists that display high levels of attention to detail. Methodical judging types, however, are more process orientated, focused on following discrete steps and adhering to instructions.

  • Jt: Judging-Thorough
  • Jm: Judging-Methodical

Jt and Jm: What's The Difference?

Thinking types can take the form of two variants: Jt and Jm

Judging types can lean towards being either judging-thorough or judging-methodical. There are subtle differences, which are listed here.

Extended subtype:

Jt
Primary type:
Judging (J)
Subtype:
Thorough (t)
What this means:
Judging-Thorough suggests a meticulous, detailed orientated, and perfectionistic approach.

Extended subtype:

Jm
Primary type:
Judging (J)
Subtype:
Methodical (m)
What this means:
Judging-Methodical suggests a highly structured, ordered, and process driven focused approach.
  • Extended Subtype: Ea-Nc-Tl-Jt

    Overview of the Ea-Nc-Tl-Jt extended subtype

    Ea

    Extravert

    (assertive)

    Assertive extraverts aim to be dominant and thrive on conflict, gaining and developing most from locking horns with others.

    Nc

    Intuitive

    (creative)

    Creative intuitive subtypes are imaginative, innovative, and readily generate new ideas or theories.

    Tl

    Thinking

    (logical)

    Logical-thinking subtypes tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jt

    Judging

    (thorough)

    Judging-thorough suggests a meticulous, details-orientated, and perfectionistic approach.

    Ea-Nc-Tl-Jt

    Ea: The extraverted-assertive type like to be commanding in conflict, and they prosper from engaging in the conflict itself. This can mean that they are combative personality types.

    Nc: The intuitive-creative type are especially imaginative, readily generating new ideas. This can mean that they have high openness to experience.

    Tl: The logical-thinking type tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jt: The judging-thorough type are perfectionists in their pursuit of being details-focused. They can mean that they are particular and uncompromising if the details of an argument doesn't quite fit.

  • Extended Subtype: Ea-Nc-Tl-Jm

    Overview of the Ea-Nc-Tl-Jm extended subtype

    Ea

    Extravert

    (assertive)

    Assertive extraverts aim to be dominant and thrive on conflict, gaining and developing most from locking horns with others.

    Nc

    Intuitive

    (creative)

    Creative intuitive subtypes are imaginative, innovative, and readily generate new ideas or theories.

    Tl

    Thinking

    (logical)

    Logical-thinking subtypes tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jm

    Judging

    (methodical)

    Judging-methodical suggests a highly-structured, ordered, and process-driven approach.

    Ea-Nc-Tl-Jm

    Ea: The extraverted-assertive type like to be commanding in conflict, and they prosper from engaging in the conflict itself. This can mean that they are combative personality types.

    Nc: The intuitive-creative type are especially imaginative, readily generating new ideas. This can mean that they have high openness to experience.

    Tl: The logical-thinking type tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jm: The judging-methodical type are followers of process, preferring a rigid, structured and ordered approach. This can mean that they oppose more chaotic or spontaneous approaches.

  • Extended Subtype: Ea-Nc-To-Jt

    Overview of the Ea-Nc-To-Jt extended subtype

    Ea

    Extravert

    (assertive)

    Assertive extraverts aim to be dominant and thrive on conflict, gaining and developing most from locking horns with others.

    Nc

    Intuitive

    (creative)

    Creative intuitive subtypes are imaginative, innovative, and readily generate new ideas or theories.

    To

    Thinking

    (objective)

    Objective-thinking subtypes tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jt

    Judging

    (thorough)

    Judging-thorough suggests a meticulous, details-orientated, and perfectionistic approach.

    Ea-Nc-To-Jt

    Ea: The extraverted-assertive type like to be commanding in conflict, and they prosper from engaging in the conflict itself. This can mean that they are combative personality types.

    Nc: The intuitive-creative type are especially imaginative, readily generating new ideas. This can mean that they have high openness to experience.

    To: The objective-thinking type tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jt: The judging-thorough type are perfectionists in their pursuit of being details-focused. They can mean that they are particular and uncompromising if the details of an argument doesn't quite fit.

  • Extended Subtype: Ea-Nc-To-Jm

    Overview of the Ea-Nc-To-Jm extended subtype

    Ea

    Extravert

    (assertive)

    Assertive extraverts aim to be dominant and thrive on conflict, gaining and developing most from locking horns with others.

    Nc

    Intuitive

    (creative)

    Creative intuitive subtypes are imaginative, innovative, and readily generate new ideas or theories.

    To

    Thinking

    (objective)

    Objective-thinking subtypes tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jm

    Judging

    (methodical)

    Judging-methodical suggests a highly-structured, ordered, and process-driven approach.

    Ea-Nc-To-Jm

    Ea: The extraverted-assertive type like to be commanding in conflict, and they prosper from engaging in the conflict itself. This can mean that they are combative personality types.

    Nc: The intuitive-creative type are especially imaginative, readily generating new ideas. This can mean that they have high openness to experience.

    To: The objective-thinking type tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jm: The judging-methodical type are followers of process, preferring a rigid, structured and ordered approach. This can mean that they oppose more chaotic or spontaneous approaches.

  • Extended Subtype: Ea-Nu-Tl-Jt

    Overview of the Ea-Nu-Tl-Jt extended subtype

    Ea

    Extravert

    (assertive)

    Assertive extraverts aim to be dominant and thrive on conflict, gaining and developing most from locking horns with others.

    Nu

    Intuitive

    (unorthodox)

    Unorthodox intuitives are abstract, unconventional, and think outside the box.

    Tl

    Thinking

    (logical)

    Logical-thinking subtypes tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jt

    Judging

    (thorough)

    Judging-thorough suggests a meticulous, details-orientated, and perfectionistic approach.

    Ea-Nu-Tl-Jt

    Ea: The extraverted-assertive type like to be commanding in conflict, and they prosper from engaging in the conflict itself. This can mean that they are combative personality types.

    Nu: The intuitive-unorthodox type are out of the box thinkers, able to think abstractly and unconventionally with ease and fluidity.

    Tl: The logical-thinking type tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jt: The judging-thorough type are perfectionists in their pursuit of being details-focused. They can mean that they are particular and uncompromising if the details of an argument doesn't quite fit.

  • Extended Subtype: Ea-Nu-Tl-Jm

    Overview of the Ea-Nu-Tl-Jm extended subtype

    Ea

    Extravert

    (assertive)

    Assertive extraverts aim to be dominant and thrive on conflict, gaining and developing most from locking horns with others.

    Nu

    Intuitive

    (unorthodox)

    Unorthodox intuitives are abstract, unconventional, and think outside the box.

    Tl

    Thinking

    (logical)

    Logical-thinking subtypes tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jm

    Judging

    (methodical)

    Judging-methodical suggests a highly-structured, ordered, and process-driven approach.

    Ea-Nu-Tl-Jm

    Ea: The extraverted-assertive type like to be commanding in conflict, and they prosper from engaging in the conflict itself. This can mean that they are combative personality types.

    Nu: The intuitive-unorthodox type are out of the box thinkers, able to think abstractly and unconventionally with ease and fluidity.

    Tl: The logical-thinking type tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jm: The judging-methodical type are followers of process, preferring a rigid, structured and ordered approach. This can mean that they oppose more chaotic or spontaneous approaches.

  • Extended Subtype: Ea-Nu-To-Jt

    Overview of the Ea-Nu-To-Jt extended subtype

    Ea

    Extravert

    (assertive)

    Assertive extraverts aim to be dominant and thrive on conflict, gaining and developing most from locking horns with others.

    Nu

    Intuitive

    (unorthodox)

    Unorthodox intuitives are abstract, unconventional, and think outside the box.

    To

    Thinking

    (objective)

    Objective-thinking subtypes tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jt

    Judging

    (thorough)

    Judging-thorough suggests a meticulous, details-orientated, and perfectionistic approach.

    Ea-Nu-To-Jt

    Ea: The extraverted-assertive type like to be commanding in conflict, and they prosper from engaging in the conflict itself. This can mean that they are combative personality types.

    Nu: The intuitive-unorthodox type are out of the box thinkers, able to think abstractly and unconventionally with ease and fluidity.

    To: The objective-thinking type tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jt: The judging-thorough type are perfectionists in their pursuit of being details-focused. They can mean that they are particular and uncompromising if the details of an argument doesn't quite fit.

  • Extended Subtype: Ea-Nu-To-Jm

    Overview of the Ea-Nu-To-Jm extended subtype

    Ea

    Extravert

    (assertive)

    Assertive extraverts aim to be dominant and thrive on conflict, gaining and developing most from locking horns with others.

    Nu

    Intuitive

    (unorthodox)

    Unorthodox intuitives are abstract, unconventional, and think outside the box.

    To

    Thinking

    (objective)

    Objective-thinking subtypes tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jm

    Judging

    (methodical)

    Judging-methodical suggests a highly-structured, ordered, and process-driven approach.

    Ea-Nu-To-Jm

    Ea: The extraverted-assertive type like to be commanding in conflict, and they prosper from engaging in the conflict itself. This can mean that they are combative personality types.

    Nu: The intuitive-unorthodox type are out of the box thinkers, able to think abstractly and unconventionally with ease and fluidity.

    To: The objective-thinking type tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jm: The judging-methodical type are followers of process, preferring a rigid, structured and ordered approach. This can mean that they oppose more chaotic or spontaneous approaches.

  • Extended Subtype: Eg-Nc-Tl-Jt

    Overview of the Eg-Nc-Tl-Jt extended subtype

    Eg

    Extravert

    (gregarious)

    Gregarious extraverts are warm, social and are always seeking to establish an interpersonal connection with people whenever they can.

    Nc

    Intuitive

    (creative)

    Creative intuitive subtypes are imaginative, innovative, and readily generate new ideas or theories.

    Tl

    Thinking

    (logical)

    Logical-thinking subtypes tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jt

    Judging

    (thorough)

    Judging-thorough suggests a meticulous, details-orientated, and perfectionistic approach.

    Eg-Nc-Tl-Jt

    Eg: The extraverted-gregarious type like to be magnanimous and warm, eagerly seeking interpersonal connections with other people to increase their social circle.

    Nc: The intuitive-creative type are especially imaginative, readily generating new ideas. This can mean that they have high openness to experience.

    Tl: The logical-thinking type tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jt: The judging-thorough type are perfectionists in their pursuit of being details-focused. They can mean that they are particular and uncompromising if the details of an argument doesn't quite fit.

  • Extended Subtype: Eg-Nc-Tl-Jm

    Overview of the Eg-Nc-Tl-Jm extended subtype

    Eg

    Extravert

    (gregarious)

    Gregarious extraverts are warm, social and are always seeking to establish an interpersonal connection with people whenever they can.

    Nc

    Intuitive

    (creative)

    Creative intuitive subtypes are imaginative, innovative, and readily generate new ideas or theories.

    Tl

    Thinking

    (logical)

    Logical-thinking subtypes tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jm

    Judging

    (methodical)

    Judging-methodical suggests a highly-structured, ordered, and process-driven approach.

    Eg-Nc-Tl-Jm

    Eg: The extraverted-gregarious type like to be magnanimous and warm, eagerly seeking interpersonal connections with other people to increase their social circle.

    Nc: The intuitive-creative type are especially imaginative, readily generating new ideas. This can mean that they have high openness to experience.

    Tl: The logical-thinking type tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jm: The judging-methodical type are followers of process, preferring a rigid, structured and ordered approach. This can mean that they oppose more chaotic or spontaneous approaches.

  • Extended Subtype: Eg-Nc-To-Jt

    Overview of the Eg-Nc-To-Jt extended subtype

    Eg

    Extravert

    (gregarious)

    Gregarious extraverts are warm, social and are always seeking to establish an interpersonal connection with people whenever they can.

    Nc

    Intuitive

    (creative)

    Creative intuitive subtypes are imaginative, innovative, and readily generate new ideas or theories.

    To

    Thinking

    (objective)

    Objective-thinking subtypes tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jt

    Judging

    (thorough)

    Judging-thorough suggests a meticulous, details-orientated, and perfectionistic approach.

    Eg-Nc-To-Jt

    Eg: The extraverted-gregarious type like to be magnanimous and warm, eagerly seeking interpersonal connections with other people to increase their social circle.

    Nc: The intuitive-creative type are especially imaginative, readily generating new ideas. This can mean that they have high openness to experience.

    To: The objective-thinking type tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jt: The judging-thorough type are perfectionists in their pursuit of being details-focused. They can mean that they are particular and uncompromising if the details of an argument doesn't quite fit.

  • Extended Subtype: Eg-Nc-To-Jm

    Overview of the Eg-Nc-To-Jm extended subtype

    Eg

    Extravert

    (gregarious)

    Gregarious extraverts are warm, social and are always seeking to establish an interpersonal connection with people whenever they can.

    Nc

    Intuitive

    (creative)

    Creative intuitive subtypes are imaginative, innovative, and readily generate new ideas or theories.

    To

    Thinking

    (objective)

    Objective-thinking subtypes tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jm

    Judging

    (methodical)

    Judging-methodical suggests a highly-structured, ordered, and process-driven approach.

    Eg-Nc-To-Jm

    Eg: The extraverted-gregarious type like to be magnanimous and warm, eagerly seeking interpersonal connections with other people to increase their social circle.

    Nc: The intuitive-creative type are especially imaginative, readily generating new ideas. This can mean that they have high openness to experience.

    To: The objective-thinking type tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jm: The judging-methodical type are followers of process, preferring a rigid, structured and ordered approach. This can mean that they oppose more chaotic or spontaneous approaches.

  • Extended Subtype: Eg-Nu-Tl-Jt

    Overview of the Eg-Nu-Tl-Jt extended subtype

    Eg

    Extravert

    (gregarious)

    Gregarious extraverts are warm, social and are always seeking to establish an interpersonal connection with people whenever they can.

    Nu

    Intuitive

    (unorthodox)

    Unorthodox intuitives are abstract, unconventional, and think outside the box.

    Tl

    Thinking

    (logical)

    Logical-thinking subtypes tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jt

    Judging

    (thorough)

    Judging-thorough suggests a meticulous, details-orientated, and perfectionistic approach.

    Eg-Nu-Tl-Jt

    Eg: The extraverted-gregarious type like to be magnanimous and warm, eagerly seeking interpersonal connections with other people to increase their social circle.

    Nu: The intuitive-unorthodox type are out of the box thinkers, able to think abstractly and unconventionally with ease and fluidity.

    Tl: The logical-thinking type tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jt: The judging-thorough type are perfectionists in their pursuit of being details-focused. They can mean that they are particular and uncompromising if the details of an argument doesn't quite fit.

  • Extended Subtype: Eg-Nu-Tl-Jm

    Overview of the Eg-Nu-Tl-Jm extended subtype

    Eg

    Extravert

    (gregarious)

    Gregarious extraverts are warm, social and are always seeking to establish an interpersonal connection with people whenever they can.

    Nu

    Intuitive

    (unorthodox)

    Unorthodox intuitives are abstract, unconventional, and think outside the box.

    Tl

    Thinking

    (logical)

    Logical-thinking subtypes tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jm

    Judging

    (methodical)

    Judging-methodical suggests a highly-structured, ordered, and process-driven approach.

    Eg-Nu-Tl-Jt

    Eg: The extraverted-gregarious type like to be magnanimous and warm, eagerly seeking interpersonal connections with other people to increase their social circle.

    Nu: The intuitive-unorthodox type are out of the box thinkers, able to think abstractly and unconventionally with ease and fluidity.

    Tl: The logical-thinking type tend to strong users of deduction and formulae, readily utilizing a structured and rule based thinking pattern to understand the world.

    Jm: The judging-methodical type are followers of process, preferring a rigid, structured and ordered approach. This can mean that they oppose more chaotic or spontaneous approaches.

  • Extended Subtype: Eg-Nu-To-Jt

    Overview of the Eg-Nu-To-Jt extended subtype

    Eg

    Extravert

    (gregarious)

    Gregarious extraverts are warm, social and are always seeking to establish an interpersonal connection with people whenever they can.

    Nu

    Intuitive

    (unorthodox)

    Unorthodox intuitives are abstract, unconventional, and think outside the box.

    To

    Thinking

    (objective)

    Objective-thinking subtypes tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jt

    Judging

    (thorough)

    Judging-thorough suggests a meticulous, details-orientated, and perfectionistic approach.

    Eg-Nu-To-Jt

    Eg: The extraverted-gregarious type like to be magnanimous and warm, eagerly seeking interpersonal connections with other people to increase their social circle.

    Nu: The intuitive-unorthodox type are out of the box thinkers, able to think abstractly and unconventionally with ease and fluidity.

    To: The objective-thinking type tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jt: The judging-thorough type are perfectionists in their pursuit of being details-focused. They can mean that they are particular and uncompromising if the details of an argument doesn't quite fit.

  • Extended Subtype: Eg-Nu-To-Jm

    Overview of the Eg-Nu-To-Jm extended subtype

    Eg

    Extravert

    (gregarious)

    Gregarious extraverts are warm, social and are always seeking to establish an interpersonal connection with people whenever they can.

    Nu

    Intuitive

    (unorthodox)

    Unorthodox intuitives are abstract, unconventional, and think outside the box.

    To

    Thinking

    (objective)

    Objective-thinking subtypes tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jm

    Judging

    (methodical)

    Judging-methodical suggests a highly-structured, ordered, and process-driven approach.

    Eg-Nu-To-Jm

    Eg: The extraverted-gregarious type like to be magnanimous and warm, eagerly seeking interpersonal connections with other people to increase their social circle.

    Nu: The intuitive-unorthodox type are out of the box thinkers, able to think abstractly and unconventionally with ease and fluidity.

    To: The objective-thinking type tend to focus on remaining stoic and unbiased, attempting always to remove any emotionality from their decision-making.

    Jm: The judging-methodical type are followers of process, preferring a rigid, structured and ordered approach. This can mean that they oppose more chaotic or spontaneous approaches.


Summary: ENTJ Subtypes

Subtypes: Dichotomies within dichotomies

Research shows that the traditional four dichotomies are in fact multidimensional and nuanced, displaying at least two distinct variants which we call subtypes. The addition of subtypes provides a richer and more accurate picture of an individual's personality, while retaining the many advantages of the simple 16 type model as used in the MBTI Test. By understanding your subtype, you learn about the behavioral styles which separate you from others who share your overall type.

 


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Ellie Simmonds, MSc

University of Bath, Psychology

Ellie Simmonds, MSc in Psychology from University of Bath. Ellie is an associate lecturer on psychometric assessments and has extensive knowledge of the 16-type model.