PERSONALITY ARTICLES & HANDOUTS
HINT: Your Personality Plays a Big Part
What are the 5 most important things for a great work environment and healthy working relationships? Is it good pay, benefits, advancement opportunities, or a great job title? The answer of what is REALLY important for happiness at work may surprise you!
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Situations that are stressful to one person may be exciting or motivating to another. How we react to and handle the stressors in our lives depends upon a lot of things; workload, time constraints, the people we interact with, our past experiences… and there is something more- our personality. There are inherent connections between stress and personality styles. Once we gain an awareness of these connections, we can use the insights to put our personality strengths to work for us (instead of against us) to improve our stress levels.
WARNING: In this bratty, sassy, and uniquely bold article by Mary Miscisin she “tells it like it is” with no holds barred. Not for the faint of heart – read at your own risk! This report contains information about the 5 most costly communication mistakes that each Personality Style makes. If you fail to recognize and adjust these bad habits, you can jeopardize your job, your relationships, and your reputation. Why risk it? Discover these tips today!
When the average person is asked for their definition of “Extravert” they are described as “someone who is sociable and likes people”. An Introvert is often depicted as someone who is “anti-social or shy” – however this is inaccurate! Luckily, Introverts everywhere have a new spokesperson: Susan Cain, a self-proclaimed Introvert who’s taken it upon herself to better understand the place of Introverts in culture and society.