ENFP: Get them emotionally invested in your company’s vision. Offer them the opportunity to pursue that vision in an autonomous, creative way.
INFJ: Convince them that your company is entirely self-sufficient and also actively oriented towards changing the world for the better. Convince them that if they work there, they’ll play an integral role in your world-changing initiative.
ISTP: Convince them that the position you’re offering them is a hassle-free shortcut to financial or professional success.
ESTP: Make the position you’re offering seem varied, dynamic and highly impressive to outsiders.
ISFJ: Present your workplace as a highly structured environment with clearly defined goals, a specific need for their services and a staff team that is genuinely invested in each other’s success.
ESTJ: Display a proven track record of success at your company – show them that working for you is a low-risk, high-reward opportunity.
ENFJ: Identify their area of expertise. Show them how direly your employees need compassionate mentorship in that area.
ISTJ: Show them that you have fair working conditions, a stable union, a no-nonsense approach to business and a track record of success.
INFP: Explain to them how your company shares their values. Ask for their creative contribution to the furthering of your company’s cause.
ESFP: Invite them out with the current staff team and make them fall in love with the people who they would be working with.
ISFP: Show appreciation for their creative skills, and offer them the opportunity to collaborate with other creative individuals whom they admire.
ENTP: Offer them a highly autonomous position, in which their success depends on their ability to think outside the box and come up with unorthodox solutions to problems.
ESFJ: Show that you have a warm and supportive working environment, where the rules are always followed and jobs are generally quite secure.
INTP: Get them interested in your company and its potential for growth. Offer them the opportunity to come up with new, effective methods of helping you expand in various areas.
ENTJ: Display a track record of success but a need for new leadership moving forward. Highlight their opportunities for ongoing development and professional advancement.
INTJ: Share your long-term vision for the company, in a way that appeals to them. Offer them the opportunity to play a crucial role in helping you optimize and improve upon that vision.