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Monthly Archives: February 2017

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Everything DiSC versus Myers-Briggs

Everything DiSC versus Myers-Briggs

When you search “personality types” in your search engine, you will quickly find that there are many personality assessments available online. Two of the largest are the Everything DiSC Profiles and Myers-Briggs Personality Assessment.

But what are the differences between those two? Here is a breakdown that will help you to determine which test is right for you… Continue reading

What Causes Conflict At Work?

conflictWhat Causes Conflict At Work?

Work is a stressful place. We have to deal with workloads and deadlines, as well as with a whole lot of other people who are stressed. Just as in a social situation, if you step into a room with 30 other people, there are bound to be some that you don’t like.

But is all workplace conflict caused by clashing personalities? It seems that to some degree it is, but it is more because people with clashing personalities have clashing communication styles. As a result, they take things in ways that they were perhaps not meant. Let’s take a look at the most common catalysts for workplace conflict. Continue reading

Cultivate A Healthy Workplace

workplaceCultivate A Healthy Workplace
If there is one thing that is true, it is that leaders, bosses, and executives can sometimes come off as aggressive and controlling in the workplace. While this is not necessarily a bad thing, seeing as they are the captains of their ship, it might have an impact on their employees and co-workers.

According to the Everything DiSC Workplace Profile, these types of individuals frequently fall into the category of having a dominant personality. While many leaders are a mix of the four different styles, everyone can benefit by learning how to behave less aggressively and promote a healthy workplace environment and work related relationships. Continue reading

Tips To Manage Stress (Part 2)

stress2Are you still feeling stressed?
Well, we hope not! But let us pick back up where we last left off in our previous post about some of the things that you can do to reduce and manage your stress.

Our last tip was to write out the things causing you stress and anxiety, and to rate them on a scale from 1 to 5. Luckily, there are hundreds of additional ways to manage and reduce stress, which we will cover in this last blog post. Continue reading