Quick Guide to the 16 Personality Types and Teams
One of the biggest problems with teams and teamwork is the BLM Syndrome--Be Like Me. We all go around expecting others to be like us and when they are not, we are, at best, surprised and, at worst, angry and full of blame. Looking at personality differences in all aspects of teamwork can help us get out of the BLM trap.
Who Am I? Who Are You?
Who Are We Together?
What Are We Here to Do?
How Are We Going to Do It?
How Are We Doing? Or How Did We Do?
When we know our own value to the team, we are in a better position to value and capitalize on the contributions of those who are different from us.
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"I can't imagine trying to help a manager or a team that is struggling without understanding how huge a part their preferences in psychological type and temperament can play. Sometimes I do a workshop with them, but often, I just use it as the key that helps me decide how I can most effectively help them remove a block so that they rise to higher levels of effectiveness in their work and their relationships. Knowing type and temperament gives me such a huge advantage working with clients and helps me save so much time getting to their issues. I frankly would not want to walk into the room without it. -- Carol A. Linden, Effective With People, LLC "Carol Linden
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