Tag Archives: Carl Jung

Abstract Future Thinkers

Have you ever sat on a board or leadership team where one member really didn’t say much until the discussion was just about over then contributed something very valuable right out of left field? I sat on a board a … Continue reading

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Is your training working?

In talking to employers we quite often hear the same complaint.  “I spent good money on training and the value does not seem to be there.”  In all likelihood the training they are talking about is ‘hard skills’ training. As … Continue reading

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Facilitating the MBTI®

Another workshop and the realization of how much Susan and I enjoy presenting them!  We are truly blessed with the opportunity to give to others and share the knowledge of personality type. To see ‘aha’ moments occur when facilitating the … Continue reading

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Relationships and the MBTI®

Relationships and the MBTI® Ok! Ok!  I’ll admit it!  I am somewhat technically challenged so doing a blog is a little outside my comfort zone!  I have been so focused on the technical aspects of the blog that I missed … Continue reading

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