Personality Types

February 13, 2019

The Practice of Leadership and Hospitality: Welcoming Stranger as Guest

We vacationed this summer on an island nestled on a remote lake in Maine. Guests had their own cottages and the lodge was the only location to access Wi-Fi. I had no phone service whatsoever. However, what I did have – we all had – was an abundance of hospitality from staff and guests alike. At […]

Conflict Resolution, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership Development, Personality Types, Stress Management, Team Building
February 8, 2019

Baked or Half Baked Cake?

Idea Implications for Extraversion and Introversion Preferences How you prefer to bake your cake has enormous implications for team meetings and creative problem solving. For example, 50% of us get energy – more and more of it – from group conversations. We scramble over one other excitedly interrupting. The more we talk, the more energy […]

Assessments, Organizational Development, Personality Types