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Change Management Case Study with the TKI Tool (Video)

Oct 1, 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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Have a Seat: J and P (How to manage stress once you’re actually in the interview)

Sep 30, 2014 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

What could stress out Judging types (Ps) and Perceiving types (Ps) when they’re in the interviewee’s chair, and also how to manage that stress if it happens...

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Type and Careers—Values

Sep 30, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Values often represent a major driver in career decision making. I definitely think this is why I have been at CPP for so long. I’m approaching 27 years this coming May. Amazing! Personality type, of course, connects to our values. There is a nice table in the MBTI® Manual that shows organizational values of the 16 types. It’s not a surprise to me that people who share my preferences for INFP...

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Type and Careers—Interests

Sep 25, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

One cannot write about vocational interests without referencing John Holland and his six occupational Themes: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional (forming what is known as the RIASEC hexagon). As you might suppose, there are correlations between these Themes and the preferences of the Myers-Briggs® assessment. As noted in the MBTI® Manual, the Realistic...

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Sneak Peak at the 2014 MBTI® Users Conference Keynote

Sep 23, 2014 in CPP Connect | 1 comment

The one constant in the world today is change: economic, social, political. Every culture has its own values concerning change. Some except and welcome it, while others focus on avoiding change or at least try to limit or mitigate it.

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