Just Another Personality Assessment?
The market is flooded with personality assessments, and it can be hard to determine which ones are worth paying attention to, and which are fads or a waste of time and money. I’m going to compare and discuss two personality assessments: The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), and the Pearman Personality Integrator.
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Stress, burnout, and lack of employee dedication and motivation are just a few examples of the challenges organisations face today. Learning how to foster resilience in leaders and employees has become more important than ever before. The new the Hardiness Resilience Gauge™ (HRG), can be used to address these challenges and encourage the development of resilient employees, leaders, and organisations.
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We’re very excited to welcome the release of a new tool this week: The Hardiness Resilience Gauge. Backed by decades of research and development, this assessment allows us valuable insight into a person’s ability to cope with stressful and unexpected situations and bounce back from adversity.
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Individual differences and complex business decisions
Decisions are made by people. Because we are all unique, with our own personalities, lived experiences, and biases, we each process information and make decisions differently.
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Every decision we make at work or at home involves managing the balance between risk and opportunity. The key to effective decision making is to better understand the human side of it: The individual differences in how we interact with our environment and each other. There are a few things to consider when it comes to managing risk.
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