ISTJs are attentive and thoughtful individuals. They are observant and study the situation in detail and nuances. ISTJs act clearly and accurately. For their commitment to excellence and their ability to focus on concrete facts and data, they are often called Inspectors. True conservatives, they are loyal to tradition and true to their sense of duty.
Inspectors are practical, serious, organized, methodical, and they believe that any result is achieved by purposeful effort. They work step by step, gradually improving their activity process. The characteristic feature of ISTJs is their amazing efficiency. If they are inspired by an idea, they are ready to devote themselves to achieving the result completely. They always finish what they started. Inspectors are true to their words and do what they promise. Unable to refuse, they often take on additional obligations. As a result, they spend a lot of time at work, investing a huge amount of energy.
Inspectors are excellent administrators, able to organize people and correctly assign responsibilities and time. They prefer specifics and predictability and get annoyed in a situation of uncertainty. They are logical and attentive to detail. ISTJs try to carefully check the facts and do not rush to build a chain of assumptions. They love discipline and order and are committed to plans, instructions, and protocols.
Inspectors are decent people who do the same thing every day. They are loyal to their families and organizations, and the code of honor is not an empty term for them. ISTJs expect other people to be just as executive and responsible. If someone violates their plans or does not act methodically, it unsettles Inspectors. Despite their seriousness, they are often not averse to having fun.