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For a More Flexible Workforce, Hire Self-Aware People

May 27, 2015 in CPP Connect | 0 comments

This article was originally posted in the Harvard Business Review on January 10, 2014. Written by Rich Thompson. Companies frequently complain that it’s tough to find the right people. If, amidst high unemployment, this seems counter intuitive, consider the deep trends driving the mismatch: technology and globalization have transformed what it takes to succeed in business. A new generation of...

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What Part Can Emotional Intelligence Play in Leadership?

May 27, 2015 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

This article was originally written by Michael Segovia for Training Magazine. To read the article in its original format, click here. Understanding the needs of your followers and flexing to those needs plays a huge part in being an effective leader. It is common knowledge that the No. 1 reason people leave a job is because of the relationship they have with the person who leads them....

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Frustrated in Your Role at Work? Understanding Your Personality Type Can Help

May 21, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

If you’re frustrated with your current work situation, your initial impulse may be to look for another job. This may or may not be the best decision, depending on the root causes of your frustration. To discover why you feel this way, and what you should do about it, a good place to start is by learning more about yourself.

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Working Together: Conflict—ENFP

May 21, 2015 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

People who prefer ENFP tend to “inspire and enthuse those around them to want to make a difference” (Introduction to Type® and Conflict, p. 34). This can work well for them during conflict when they need to connect with how others are feeling. However, it could backfire when they internalize the feelings of others and don’t consider their own concerns enough. The FP conflict style from people...

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Working Together: Conflict—ESFP

May 20, 2015 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

People who prefer ESFP tend to be described as “lovers of life who find enjoyment in people and in the world around them” (Introduction to Type® and Conflict, p. 33). This can work well for them when they use it to show concern and care for others during conflict. However, it could backfire when they don’t establish boundaries to protect themselves from taking things too personally. The FP...

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