The Myers-Briggs (MBTI) assessment is a powerfully versatile solution that has helped millions of people around the world better understand themselves and how they interact with others. It has also helped organizations address their needs, from team building, leadership and coaching, and conflict management to career development and retention.
The Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) is the world’s best-selling assessment for understanding how different conflict-handling styles affect interpersonal and group dynamics. It’s also a fast and powerful tool that can go beyond conflict management to support your team-building, leadership and coaching, and retention goals.
The Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation (FIRO) assessments help people understand their behavior—and that of others—in interpersonal situations. As an integral part of your leadership and coaching, team-building, and conflict management initiatives, FIRO can be used in a variety of settings to improve organizational performance.
Winning an RFP (Request for Proposal) is not easy. The competition is likely to be fierce, and when you succeed, you often end up inadvertently teaching your competition how to up their game as well. If you provide the best price and carefully follow all [...]Read More →
There has been an influx in brain training games on the market to capitalize on the recent findings that neuroplasticity in children and adults opens up the window for a lifetime of brain growth and learning. While I tell my patients and clients that there [...]Read More →
We began the MBTI Deep Dive series with an exploration of Sensing vs Intuition. Then, we the Judging tools: Thinking vs Feeling. After that, you learned to use the force by understanding Judging vs Perceiving. Now, complete your journey with our exploration of Extraversion vs Introversion. Want to [...]Read More →
We began the MBTI Deep Dive series with an exploration of Sensing vs Intuition. Then, we the Judging tools: Thinking vs Feeling. Now, young padawan, learn to use the force by understanding Judging vs Perceiving. Want to know your Myers Briggs personality type?Read More →
We began the MBTI Deep Dive series with an exploration of Sensing vs Intuition. So, Grasshopper, let’s continue the Deep Dive and explore the Judging tools: Thinking vs Feeling. Want to know your Myers Briggs personality type?Read More →
Few people are aware of personality type. Very few know their Myers Briggs personality type. Very, very, VERY few actually understand the mental functions. We’ve created a 4 part video series that will explore Sensing, Intuition, Thinking, Feeling, Judging, Perceiving, Extraversion, and Introversion that will take your MBTI [...]Read More →
Here at Mindful360, we’re all about helping our clients to be mindful. Luther Cale is the author of two books that we enthusiastically recommend to our clients: 33 Ways to Reboot Your Life and 33 More Ways to Reboot Your Life. We had the opportunity to [...]Read More →
A common misconception is that if you have a dominant function in one direction (such as Extraverted Sensing), you must be OK at the other orientation of the function as well. Far from the truth. Try this exercise: Sign your name with your dominant hand. [...]Read More →
Did you know that Extraverts share their best function with the outside world, while the Introverts share their second best function? Let’s compare and ENTP and an INTP to show you how this works. For the ENTP, here is the hierarchy of their mental functions and their orientation: [...]Read More →