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What I’m Thankful For…

Nov 20, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

The holidays are upon us. By “holidays” I mean anything you and I celebrate during the months of October, November, December, and January. I absolutely love this time of year. The fog comes in a bit more often in San Jose, the leaves start falling (and falling… big thanks to our gardener Arturo for taking care of that!), and the air gets cool and crisp. California winters tend to be mild, and...

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Improve Patient Satisfaction with MBTI® Insights!

Nov 18, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Research shows that effective patient–care provider communication is a key contributor to positive care outcomes and patient satisfaction. With the new Better Communication in Healthcare: MBTI® Workshop Facilitation Pack, you can easily deliver training tailored to doctors, nurses, and technicians, helping them understand how their personality preferences affect their communication and patient...

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Working on Group Projects: E and I

Nov 17, 2014 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

The group projects you work on in school are great preparation for what you’ll likely experience when you start your career: working on teams. Each of the four MBTI® preference pairs can have an impact on how successfully or unsuccessfully group projects go.

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Students & Conflict | Blog Directory

Nov 17, 2014 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

  10-part series by Patrick Kerwin, MBTI® Master Practitioner, with some great tips on how students can manage conflict. As we continue posting this series over the the next few months, you can check back here to find them all in one central place.     Dealing with Difficult Professors, Part I Dealing with Difficult Professors, Part II Dealing with Difficult Professors, Part III...

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Celebrating the TKI and Systemwide Conflict Management

Nov 13, 2014 in CPP Connect | 0 comments

On the occasion of the 40th Year Anniversary of the TKI assessment, I’d first like to highlight some of the key features of the TKI that enable people to improve how they resolve their interpersonal conflicts (whether at home or at work). Then I’d like to encourage people to apply their improved conflict management skills to transform their surrounding systems (including cultural norms,...

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