Current affairs

Survivor guilt and the aftermath of lockdown

current blog
Posted 17 Jul 2020 by John Hackston, Head of Thought Leadership, The Myers-Briggs Company

Does personality impact survivor syndrome?

Welcome from our CEO

Welcome from our CEO
Posted 26 Oct 2018 by Jeff Hayes

Jeff Hayes gives his perspective on The Myers-Briggs Company

Reduce, reuse, recycle

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Posted 01 Aug 2018 by Stu Belcher, Product Manager at OPP

Our commitment to reducing our impact on the environment

What about GDPR?

GDPR
Posted 15 May 2018 by OPP

In light of Europe’s new regulations on data protection, we’ve outlined our commitments to GDPR.

Salary: secrecy or transparency?

Salary - secrecy or transparency?
Posted 27 Jul 2017 by Catherine Ellwood, Principal Consultant at OPP

The BBC, Norway and a tech start-up who is bucking the trend.

Decisions and Brexit: are you Tough or Tender?

MBTI decision making
Posted 28 Mar 2017 by John Hackston, Head of Thought Leadership, OPP

Exploring the MBTI Thinking-Feeling Step II facets in the context of Brexit

This girl can

International Women's Day 2017
Posted 08 Mar 2017 by Katy Lyne, Principal Consultant, OPP

Myers, Briggs and International Women’s Day

The rise of the robots

Are robots taking our jobs thm
Posted 16 Jun 2016 by John Hackston, Head of Research at OPP

A robot workforce with personality? Where does the MBTI framework fit in?

Borderline research

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Posted 26 Mar 2015 by Rob Bailey - Principal R&D Consultant at OPP

I’m embarrassed by a tweet I sent yesterday. I quoted a BBC article that I’m now doubtful about. It wasn’t the tweet about Clarkson; I’m still fully behind the BBC’s decisive action in the face of an odious form of workplace bullying. No, the tweet was about research into regional differences of personality in Great Britain.

The Selfie Stick of Shame

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Posted 16 Jan 2015 by John Hackston - Head of R&D at OPP

In the news this week, it seems that Humberside Police have come up with a novel way of recruiting their new Deputy Chief Constable. Prospective applicants were asked to include a ‘selfie’ with every request for an application pack. According to Chief Constable Justine Curran, this was because it was “vital that candidates embraced new technology” (hence presumably the idea that candidates should demonstrate their cutting edge technological expertise by taking and emailing a photograph). In Curran’s words, “it is vital that potential candidates understand the importance of embracing new technology within Humberside Police at the point of applying for the role”.