Does the elephant attend your team meetings?

The elephant takes many forms.  Sometimes it is a subject that no-one feels is appropriate, or it may be they are not comfortable bringing it forward, but many times the elephant is what it left on the table.

By that I mean valuable input that has not come forward because of the way the team communicates.  Usually it is because team members do not understand how different personality types take in and respond to information.  This affects decision making and in many cases all of the information needed to make an informed decision has not been discussed because of personality type differences.

Knowledge of personality type and how it influences decision making can be a valuable tool for strategic teams and boards.  It enhances a team’s ability to work through change management, stress, leadership development, and conflict resolution while building solid communications skills.

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About laurencerumming

Background in business management, in particular human resources. Business Management Certificate, Certified in Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, and Strong Interest Inventory®. "Our passion is to raise the potential of organizations and individuals through the understanding of human interaction in the workplace and in life."
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