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Increasing Team Cohesion with the MBTI® Work Styles Report

Mar 31, 2015 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

Written by Sherrie Haynie, Solutions Consultant, CPP Professional Services The Challenge In 2012, I began a three-year project with an 8,000-employee global consulting firm that needed a way to expedite its team-building process. This need was amplified by the organization’s practice of continually forming and reforming teams as projects are completed and new ones begin. The teams are made up of...

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Engaging Gen Y—Using the MBTI® Assessment to Develop Key Skills

Mar 30, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

The Coaching the Millennial Generation (Gen Y) blog series will explore Gen Y'ers in the workplace -- from what they want to how to retain them.

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INFP: Words or phrases that best describe each MBTI® type

Mar 27, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

What three words or phrases would you use to describe your type so that someone else would instantly get the essence of what makes your type tick?

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Wrap Up the TKI 40th Anniversary with an eBook Download

Mar 26, 2015 in CPP Connect | 0 comments

Sadly, the TKI’s 40th Anniversary has come to an end. OK, technically it ended at the start of 2015, but let’s call the last three months the after party! And to wrap-up the after party we have quite the prize – a TKI eBook that expands on the many uses of the TKI in addition to the well-known conflict management application. Including industry trends which the TKI assessment...

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Working Together: Conflict

Mar 26, 2015 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

When it comes to working with other people, I can’t help but think about how we sometimes find ourselves in conflict. This inspired me to write my next blog series on type and conflict. A resource I will be drawing on is Introduction to Type® and Conflict by Damian Killen and Danica Murphy. Stay tuned… Helpful Tip for Those with Preferences for ESFJ. Those of you who prefer ESFJ usually want to...

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