Communication

The changing world of work

The changing world of work
Posted 13 Sep 2018 by MBTI Talk

PeopleFWD 2018 promises insights and practical solutions

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Together, not together

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Posted 18 Jul 2018 by John Hackston, Head of Thought Leadership, OPP

Want to stop people speaking to each other? Put them in an open-plan office

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Leadership strengths through the lens of Type

Barriers to early MBTI Type development
Posted 02 Feb 2017 by Aidan Millar - Human Development Consultant for Psychometrics Canada

Research Study exploring leadership strengths through the lens of Type

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Top content summary from 2016

Top-2016-content-summary
Posted 20 Jan 2017 by John Hackston, Head of Thought Leadership, OPP

Did you miss some of the most popular content from last year?

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Using MBTI Type to get to grips with email – quickly

MBTI Type and email guide
Posted 25 Oct 2016 by John Hackston, Head of Research at OPP

Research based tips for more effective email communication between different MBTI personality Types.

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MBTI, communication and the Brexit phoney war

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Posted 06 Oct 2016 by John Hackston, Head of Research at OPP

Using the MBTI framework to form effective communications during these strange, unknown and stressful times. 

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Using Type to 'get' email

MBTI Type and improving use of email
Posted 20 Sep 2016 by John Hackston, Head of Research at OPP

How do different MBTI Types use and feel about email? We explore some recent research to see what we can learn

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Breaking the ice

Getting to know you bingo
Posted 12 Sep 2016 by Penny Moyle, CEO OPP

Looking for an easy to implement icebreaker? Bingo!

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How to influence with impact

MBTI Type and influencing 2016
Posted 22 Jul 2016 by Penny Moyle, CEO OPP

Damian Killen reveals the role MBTI Type has on successful influencing

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Core Characters under great stress: the grip experience

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Posted 28 Apr 2016 by Penny Moyle, CEO at OPP and John Hackston, Head of Research at OPP

Exploring what happens to us under extreme or prolonged stress and how it differs from everyday stress.

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