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Myers-Briggs® and the FIRO-B® Tools—Affection

Oct 21, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Of all my interpersonal needs Affection (or Connection on the FIRO Business® tool) is the one that is most important for me. While still relatively low, Affection is the need that when met keeps me most satisfied. Affection is one of the biggest reasons I have been at CPP for over 26 years—half my life! I no longer have an office in the building, but when I walk through our headquarters it feels...

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Technology & Succession Planning

Oct 17, 2014 in CPP Connect | 0 comments

 As part of the “Cycles of Success: Employee Engagement, Career Development & Talent Management” series (visit www.cpp.com/4u), we conducted several interviews with Nicole Trapasso, divisional director of HR and organizational development at CPP, Inc. Over the next few months you’ll see blog posts from these interviews and more on topics related to talent management and the phases of the...

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Who Was That?!

Oct 17, 2014 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

It’s inevitable. No matter how hard we try to avoid it, occasionally we’re going to flip into full-on stress mode. And as you may have noticed, when you go there you become a radically different person! There’s a good reason for that, and it’s related to type.

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[Video] Modifying Instructions to the TKI Assessment

Oct 17, 2014 in CPP Connect | 0 comments

In honor of the TKI tool’s 40th anniversary, CPP had the chance to sit down with the assessment’s coauthor, Dr. Ralph Kilmann, and discuss some of the most common questions and topics surrounding the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument. The Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) is the world’s best-selling tool for helping people understand how different conflict-handling styles...

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Priscilla’s Journey with the Strong Assessment

Oct 17, 2014 in CPP Connect | 0 comments

By Priscilla Gardea I was really interested to see my results. When I was younger, my career plans were very erratic. As an elementary student, I wanted to be everything from a firefighter to the first woman president of the United States. In fourth grade, I did a science fair project about the moon and decided I wanted to be an astronaut—a career choice that stuck until high school. But in high...

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