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Bridge the Greatness Gap at Work

Bridge the Greatness Gap at Work

For those who have never heard of it before, the greatness gap is a concept that refers to the untapped potential of employees. A successful business comes from engaged employees; the greatness gap aims to boost and support employee engagement. When all conditions are...

Personality Types as Employees: INTP

Personality Types as Employees: INTP

The best way to lead a team is to know the team. With the proper knowledge, employers can properly delegate tasks, be mindful of employee burn-outs, and know how to best communicate with their employee. For this blog, we will focus on the personality type INTP...

Encouraging Work-Life Balance for Your Employees

Encouraging Work-Life Balance for Your Employees

Finding the perfect work-life balance isn’t the easiest thing, especially as schedules seem to get busier and busier with each passing year. With the mounting pressures of family, friends, self, and business, creating a work-life balance has become more important than...

Personality Types as Employees: ENTP

Personality Types as Employees: ENTP

In my previous blog, we looked at how companies can utilize personality types in the workplace, such as personality type ENFP. This week we will look at the personality type ENTP (Extraverted, Intuitive, Thinker, and Perceiving) and how this type of personality works...

Personality Types as Employees: ENFP

Personality Types as Employees: ENFP

With any group of people (coworkers, friends, sports teams, and even family), understanding the differences in each individual’s personality type enables the team leader to accurately assign duties and workstations and create a positive work culture. Luckily for...

Personality Types as Employees: ESFP

Personality Types as Employees: ESFP

The next personality type in our ongoing discussion of Myers-Briggs personality types in the workplace is spontaneous, outgoing, and resourceful ESFP. ESFP personalities are often referred to as “The Entertainer,” with about four to ten percent of individuals...

Personality Types as Employees: ESTP

Personality Types as Employees: ESTP

The next personality type we will discuss today of the 16 personalities identified by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is action-oriented, outgoing, and dramatic ESTP. Also known as “The Entrepreneur,” about four to ten percent of individuals exhibit an ESTP...

Personality Types as Employees: INFP

Personality Types as Employees: INFP

Today’s dive into Myers-Briggs personality types are creative, idealistic, and driven INFP. Otherwise known as “The Mediators,” this personality type is estimated to account for about four percent of the United States population. What does is stand for? INFP’s are...