Tag Archives: 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
May 8, 2018

Feedback: The Most Undervalued EQ Skill

Feedback is an invaluable tool to enhance team and individual performance. It’s your gift of data to your team and directly tied to psychological safety. It’s also grossly misunderstood, undervalued and underutilized. According to psychologist Richard L. Williams, there are only two types of feedback that matter: Positive Feedback– For behavior repetition Corrective Feedback – […]

Emotional Intelligence, Leadership Development, Organizational Development, Team Building