The Talent Insights Blog

Understanding the Myers Briggs Type Indicator

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has been around for quite some time and is one of the most well-known personal assessments in use today. And while many people may know their Myers-Briggs letters, very few really understand the incredible amount of information packed...

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DISC Assessment Types: Managing a High C

This is our final post in our series on 4 DISC traits every manager should know. Today, we'll take a look at the High C. If you have a High D, High I or High S on your team, don't miss our previous posts where we looked at the common characteristics of each one. For...

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DISC Assessment Types: Managing a High S

This post is the third in a series of four. Today we will take a look at the characteristics of the high S's on your team. If you missed it, be sure to familiarize yourself with the characteristics of the high D's  and high I's, too! For those highest in...

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DISC Assessment Types: Managing a High I

This post is the second in a series of four. Today we will take a look at the characteristics of the high I's on your team. If you missed it, be sure to familiarize yourself with the characteristics of the high D's, too! For those highest in the Influence dimension,...

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DISC Assessment Types: Managing a High D

I say it all the time: People do what makes sense to them. And yet, I meet with manager after manager who can't figure out why their employee is behaving so randomly or illogically. It is not unusual for a new client to say to me that they don't put a lot...

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3 Reasons Your Top 5 Strengths May Have Changed

One of the most common questions I am asked in consultations is this: Can my Top 5 themes from StrengthsFinder change over time? A simple Google search of this question quickly returned the following answer from the Clifton StrengthsFinder FAQs: Because talents are...

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Evaluating Conflict Management Strategies

Let's face it. Anytime you work closely with anyone, conflict is bound to happen. It is an unfortunate, normal part of teamwork. Countless articles, books and conferences have been devoted to the subject because it is so commonplace. Most likely, you've already chosen...

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