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Conflict-Handling Intent & Behavior: Who’s the Bad Apple?

Apr 16, 2014 in CPP Connect | 0 comments

A really great booklet on conflict is Introduction to Conflict and Teams by Kenneth W. Thomas and Gail Fann Thomas. It takes that deeper dive into the perceptions of the TKI conflict modes—how we view the different modes and how others may view us when we use our preferred modes. Let’s look at some general behaviors associated with each mode, as described in the booklet.   Competing is...

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#TEDxBoyleHeights: Part III

Apr 15, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

I had scheduled a meeting with a CPP colleague, Leah Walling, about three weeks before the big event to hash out what I wanted to talk about. Over the past few days I had prepared an interesting talk on lifelong development, but I knew it was too “type technical.” We cover this topic in the MBTI® Certification Program, but it requires some understanding of type dynamics. Very early in the...

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Returning to Work: Enhancing the Relationship with Self and Others

Apr 10, 2014 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

Many find that the experience of serving has altered their work goals and aspirations and, in addition, that the world of work or the career they left behind has changed. Here are 10 tips to help you make the most of reentry into the civilian workforce.

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Returning to Work: Enhancing the Relationship with Self and Others

Apr 10, 2014 in Government | 0 comments

Many find that the experience of serving has altered their work goals and aspirations and, in addition, that the world of work or the career they left behind has changed. Here are 10 tips to help you make the most of reentry into the civilian workforce.

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#TEDxBoyleHeights: Part II

Apr 10, 2014 in MBTI Talk | 0 comments

I spoke with Enrique Legaspi a month or so ago about the TEDx event he was organizing in Boyle Heights—the community he was born in. I was intrigued about this particular TED event because it is going to showcase immigrants and ancestors of immigrants—voices that need to be heard. I suggested that I share my experience as a Myers-Briggs® trainer and consultant. Once off the phone, it was time to...

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