All teams can face challenges, especially when you have diverse personality types within the same group. The good news? As a leader, there are tools available to help you identify and address the root causes behind these common team problems and thus increase the effectiveness of your team.
We sometimes think of creativity as an innate gift: something you either have or you don’t. And whilst it’s true that certain personality types are generally perceived as being more creative, creativity is actually a habit that anyone can cultivate. In fact, being creative is not just about waiting for inspiration to strike, it requires continual practice.
If you feel like you could use some tips to improve your creativity, you’ve come to the right place. Here are eight brain hacks that will help you on your way.
Ahh, the holidays. A time of family gatherings, happy friend reunions, hearty meals...with a dash of stress and a sprinkle of drama thrown in. But whether you love or hate this time of the year, you’re sure to bring your own special quality to the holiday season, based on your personality.
Today we’re looking at what gift each Enneagram Type brings to the holidays. Here’s why we’re so grateful to have you around!
Loving, nurturing and selfless: three words that describe the Enneagram 2 personality type. If you have a Two in your life, you’ll know that these personalities are natural providers. In fact, Enneagram Twos are at their best when they feel helpful, especially if their efforts are acknowledged.
At the same time, it can be tricky to understand how to show affection to an Enneagram 2. Twos often struggle to be vocal about their own emotional needs so you may be in the dark about what they want or need from you to be happy.
As humans, we’re all susceptible to stress. After all, that’s our brain's response to potential threats. However, some of us can develop anxiety as well. Unlike stress, anxiety can linger and show up without any recognizable triggers. For years, researchers have wondered whether there’s a link between personality and anxiety. And if so, what personality types are prone to anxiety? Today we’re connecting the dots between anxiety and typology.
Idealists to the core, INFJs are the ultimate hopeless romantics. These personalities care deeply about people and generally look to form meaningful connections with others and find kindred spirits in whom they can confide. But if INFJs are so connected and compassionate, why is it so hard for them to find love?
Let’s take a look at some reasons.
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