ESTJs are conventional, factual, and grounded in reality. For the ESTJ, the proof is in the past: what has worked and what has been done before. They value evidence over conjecture, and trust their personal experience. ESTJs look for rules to follow and standards to meet, and often take a leadership role in helping other people meet expectations as well. They concern themselves with maintaining the social order and keeping others in line.
ESTJs often take on a project manager role at home as well as at work, and excel at setting goals, making decisions, and organizing resources to accomplish a task. The ESTJ wants to achieve efficient productivity and typically believes this is best accomplished when people and systems are well organized.
more likely than other types to exhibit Type A behavior
of all types, scored highest in coping resources
ranked 3rd highest in marital satisfaction
among top 4 types of highest college GPA
among most likely to stay in college
among most types most satisfied with their work
high ranking personal values include prestige, health, financial security, and achievement
Commonly found in occupations such as bank officers, financial managers, and business owners
famous estjs: george washington, sandra day o'connor, colin powell, and vince lombardi