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Showing Appreciation—ENTJ

Mar 17, 2017 in MBTI Talk | 2 comments

In this series I’m delving into how each of the 16 types approaches being thankful. If you want to read a little about your own preferences ahead of time, feel free to visit this link: cpp.com/share. Today’s type: ENTJ. You may not proclaim your appreciation of others, though you rely on and expect more from people you deem competent. Offer them some praise. That description relates most to the Intuition and Thinking processes of this type. Competence is often one of the most important values for individuals who prefer ENTJ (this is also the case for INTJs, INTPs, and ENTPs). As I have suggested in some previous posts, in your calendar add reminders to offer praise (genuine only) to people in your work and personal lives. Doing something competently is just one reason to be praised. Being someone who makes a difference in other people’s lives is another. Want to read more about the different approaches to being thankful? Check out my previous blogs in this series: Showing Appreciation—ENFJ Showing Appreciation—ESFJ Showing Appreciation—ESTJ Showing Appreciation—ENTP Showing Appreciation—ENFP Showing Appreciation—ESFP Showing Appreciation—ESTP Showing Appreciation— INTP Showing Appreciation—INFP Showing Appreciation—ISFP Showing Appreciation—ISTP Showing Appreciation—INTJ Showing Appreciation—INFJ Showing Appreciation—ISFJ Showing Appreciation—ISTJ What I’m Thankful For…...

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Leadership Development Initiatives 75% More Effective with the FIRO-B Instrument

Mar 13, 2017 in CPP Connect | 0 comments

ALD Corporate Development is a full-service corporate development and management consulting firm  that offers three tracks: executive coaching, small business consulting for growth and profit through results-driven actions, and executive leadership training and seminars. And in today’s fast-paced business environment, HR and LD managers are often overwhelmed and stretched too thin but still need to continually assess and tweak how leaders are performing and how that affects the company’s bottom line – which is why they hire consultants like ALD Corporate Development. ALD’s CEO, Guy Denniston, has over 30 years of corporate development experience in both the asset and non-asset supply chain industries and has consistently turned failing companies into thriving, profitable organizations. He’s also an advocate of the FIRO-B tool for leadership development and teamwork workshops. Want to learn more about how ALD Corporate Development uses the FIRO-B assessment? Take a look at the case study below:     Interested in learning more about the FIRO-B assessment and how you can use it in your own organization or consulting practice? Download a sample report here and then visit the FIRO-B Certification page page...

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Showing Appreciation—ENFJ

Mar 13, 2017 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

In this series I’m delving into how each of the 16 types approaches being thankful. If you want to read a little about your own preferences ahead of time, feel free to visit this link: cpp.com/share. Today’s type: ENFJ. You likely encourage and show appreciation for others regularly and openly. But remember, some people prefer to be appreciated privately. That description is about the warm and enthusiastic approach often displayed by individuals who prefer ENFJ. Being with friends (lots of friends) is especially important for them. If your preferences are ENFJ, and you are in a relationship with someone with the opposite preferences, keep in mind that finding a balance between Extraverted and Introverted time will help you both in the long run. Remember, different people like to be appreciated in different ways. Just because you might like public recognition doesn’t mean everyone else will. Want to read more about the different approaches to being thankful? Check out my previous blogs in this series: Showing Appreciation—ESFJ Showing Appreciation—ESTJ Showing Appreciation—ENTP Showing Appreciation—ENFP Showing Appreciation—ESFP Showing Appreciation—ESTP Showing Appreciation— INTP Showing Appreciation—INFP Showing Appreciation—ISFP Showing Appreciation—ISTP Showing Appreciation—INTJ Showing Appreciation—INFJ Showing Appreciation—ISFJ Showing Appreciation—ISTJ What I’m Thankful...

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Showing Appreciation—ESFJ

Mar 8, 2017 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

In this series I’m delving into how each of the 16 types approaches being thankful. If you want to read a little about your own preferences ahead of time, feel free to visit this link: cpp.com/share. Today’s type: ESFJ. You tend to show appreciation for others through honoring traditions and celebrating. Remember, others may prefer a more casual approach. That description is about the outwardly gregarious approach to celebrating with others often displayed by individuals who prefer ESFJ. It is also about their need to honor the traditions of the special events. If your preferences are ESFJ, this approach may sometimes lead you to over planning events so they run like they are “supposed to” and then getting agitated when things don’t go as planned. Further, it might make the other people involved feel like they can’t just sit back, relax, and just do nothing if that’s what they want to do. Want to read more about the different approaches to being thankful? Check out my previous blogs in this series: Showing Appreciation—ESTJ Showing Appreciation—ENTP Showing Appreciation—ENFP Showing Appreciation—ESFP Showing Appreciation—ESTP Showing Appreciation— INTP Showing Appreciation—INFP Showing Appreciation—ISFP Showing Appreciation—ISTP Showing Appreciation—INTJ Showing Appreciation—INFJ Showing Appreciation—ISFJ Showing Appreciation—ISTJ What I’m Thankful...

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Showing Appreciation—ESTJ

Feb 28, 2017 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

In this series I’m delving into how each of the 16 types approaches being thankful. If you want to read a little about your own preferences ahead of time, feel free to visit this link: cpp.com/share. Today’s type: ESTJ. You may think that work well done is its own reward. Others may need more verbal encouragement and support. That description relates to the “get-it-done” attitude often displayed by individuals who prefer ESTJ. For them, checking things off the list as done well and completed is often a reward in itself. “Why do we need to celebrate beyond that when we could be moving on to completing something else?” is what one colleague once asked me. If your preferences are ESTJ, just keep in mind that some people need to stop and be recognized in order to feel appreciated. A big “thank you” and “you made a difference” is the fuel they occasionally need to get back up and going again. That might feel like a waste of time to you, but it is crucial for others. Want to read more about the different approaches to being thankful? Check out my previous blogs in this series: Showing Appreciation—ENTP Showing Appreciation—ENFP Showing Appreciation—ESFP Showing Appreciation—ESTP Showing Appreciation— INTP Showing Appreciation—INFP Showing Appreciation—ISFP Showing Appreciation—ISTP Showing Appreciation—INTJ Showing Appreciation—INFJ Showing Appreciation—ISFJ Showing Appreciation—ISTJ What I’m Thankful...

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