Posts Tagged ‘assessment’
The values of an organization get a bad rap. Usually they come after the prestigious mission and vision, don’t receive the proper time to be fully developed and are rarely used for what they were designed for. At times they can be characterized as the ‘fluffy’ stuff or the ‘human interest’ piece of an organization […]
The MBTI is the most well-known personality instrument. This training takes Type to a new level, examining your leadership team’s strengths and “hot spots” when planning, solving problems, making decisions and managing change. The team will leave the training with clear actions for performance improvement.
Intro It had been a long couple of years leading up to the day when my boss approached me and said, “What’s changed Mike?” Not knowing what she was talking about, I shot off an inquisitive look. “Your commitment level,” she said, “it’s apparent that something in you has sparked a renewed commitment to your […]
Click Here To Download NDCPodcaster: Preference vs. Skill Listen to Deborah Mackin & Michael Harrington as they talk more in depth about Deb’s recent post on “Preference vs. Skill Development” and how the MBTI assessment can help a professional develop certain skills to be a more well-rounded employee.
Carlos sits in the meeting and begins tapping the tip of his pen as Claire explains why she’s disagreeing with the proposed timeline for launching the project. Impatience is written all over his face. He hates these weekly staff meetings, and finds Claire to be one of the major stumbling blocks. To his way of […]