The changing shape of teams

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Posted 22 Oct 2019 by The Myers-Briggs Company

Teams and Google’s Project Aristotle

Personality, gender and the glass ceiling

Personality, gender and the glass ceiling
Posted 02 Jun 2019 by John Hackston, Head of Thought Leadership

Women form half of the UK population, yet less than 5% of CEOs of Fortune 500 companies are female.  In 2018, only 6.3% of heads of state were female and most nations have never had a female leader.  What’s more, there are fewer female CEOs of Fortune 500 companies than there are male CEOs named James.  Plain old-fashioned sexism could be part of the reason for this, but other factors have been suggested.  Women are more likely than men to have a more interpersonally or...

Traditional or Original?

Traditional or Original
Posted 07 Dec 2018 by MBTI Talk

MBTI Step II facets and the holiday season

Reduce, reuse, recycle

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

Our commitment to reducing our impact on the environment

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

Type and activism

Type and Activism
Posted 13 Jul 2018 by Gill Coombs, writer and career coach

Gill Coombs, writer and career coach, shares her thoughts on Idealists and activism

The power of Introversion

The power of introversion
Posted 10 Jul 2018 by OPP

Are introverts being limited by misconceptions?

Approaching the unknown

Posted 09 May 2018 by Michael Segovia

How MBTI Step II facets affect our attitude to new experiences

Taking action on stress

Posted 22 Apr 2018 by Helen Rayner, Lead Consultant, OPP

In light of Stress Awareness Month, OPP Lead Consultant Helen Rayner asks what we mean by ‘awareness’.

MBTI Step II: why I found it to be a perfect fit

Mike Moss explores MBTI
Posted 29 Mar 2018 by Dr Mike Moss, Alumni Careers Programme Manager, University of Oxford

How can two people with the same type be so different? Mike Moss explores MBTI type and why we sometimes feel at odds with our best fit.