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How do you know when a teacher prefers Introversion?

Jul 16, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

The first step in teaching students to thrive in any classroom is to have them identify the teaching style of their teachers...

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Do your faculty members prefer Extraversion or Introversion?

Jul 7, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

The first step in teaching students to thrive in any classroom is to have them identify the teaching style of their teachers...

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Teaching students to be successful in ANY classroom

Jun 26, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

In an ideal academic world, faculty flex their teaching style to the learning style best suited for each student...

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Part 2: Using the Strong with Clients of All Ages and Stages in Life

Jun 16, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

The Strong is used most commonly in college and university settings, but it is just as powerful a tool with high school–age students. I would like to focus now on this particular client population...

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Using the Strong with Clients of All Ages and Stages in Life

Jun 9, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

The Strong is used most commonly in college and university settings, but it is just as powerful a tool with high school–age students. I would like to focus now on this particular client population...

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Is There a Personality Imbalance in Your Leadership Pipeline?

Jun 3, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

Considering the diverse perspectives of all 16 personality types, it’s surprising that the vast majority of business leadership in the United States comes from a very small segment. Read more...

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Frustrated at Work Part II: Using Personality Type to Find a Better Role at Your Company

May 29, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

Often when we’re frustrated at work, it’s not so much because of the company we work for, but rather the specific role we’re in. Personality type, as described by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument (MBTI®), offers insight into certain preferences—particularly for how we take in information and make decisions, which heavily contribute to on-the-job satisfaction. The more we work within our preferences, the more energized and less drained we’ll feel.

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Frustrated in Your Role at Work? Understanding Your Personality Type Can Help

May 21, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 1 comment

If you’re frustrated with your current work situation, your initial impulse may be to look for another job. This may or may not be the best decision, depending on the root causes of your frustration. To discover why you feel this way, and what you should do about it, a good place to start is by learning more about yourself.

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PART 3: The Mystery of the Unhappy CPA [The Strong Assessment: Who and Where You Are Right Now]

May 14, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 1 comment

A new client of mine walked into my office wearing a suit and tie and carrying a black briefcase. ”I'm a public accountant," he said, "and for the first time in 15 years I am questioning my choice of career.”

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

May 7, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 2 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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