Building a Team Using Myers-Briggs

Building a Team Using Myers-Briggs

You’ve probably heard of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator even if you haven’t taken it yourself already.  According to the test’s website, the MBTI is one of the most widely-used psychological instruments for describing and measuring personality characteristics, and is used …
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Bias in Decision-Making – Part 1

Bias in Decision-Making – Part 1

In a 2009 McKinsey Quarterly survey of 2,207 executives, 28 percent evaluated the quality of strategic decisions in their companies as mostly good, 60 percent said bad decisions were about as common as good ones, and 12 percent claimed good …
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8 Bad Public Speaking Habits to Break Now

8 Bad Public Speaking Habits to Break Now

Imagine you’ve just finished a big speech and you can’t wait to get on Twitter to see what the audience is saying about your performance. The hashtags say it all: “#worstspeechever,” “#justkillmenow,” and “#epicfail.” The worst part? Those are the kindest tweets. …
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