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Confidence, Extraversion, and understanding: which is the greatest gift?

Posted 23 Nov 2017 by John Hackston, Head of Thought Leadership, OPP

Are Extraverts more confident than Introverts? John explores and shares his own experience of an occasional burst of Extraversion.

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Raising self-awareness: What works?

Self awareness
Posted 21 Nov 2017 by Helen Rayner, Lead Consultant, OPP

Do people with different type preferences use the same or different methods to develop their self-awareness?

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How does personality type affect self-awareness?

Self awareness
Posted 30 Oct 2017 by Helen Rayner, Lead Consultant, OPP

Continue to explore research around self-awareness – this time focusing on the role of your MBTI type.

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Self awareness

Self awareness
Posted 28 Sep 2017 by Helen Rayner, Lead Consultant, OPP

Research results are in! How do people benefit from improved self-awareness and how do they get there?

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Reflections on my first 18 months as an MBTI practitioner in the University of Oxford

Posted 10 Aug 2017 by Dr Mike Moss, Alumni Careers Programme Manager, University of Oxford

Reflections on the first 18 months of an MBTI practitioner.

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Can people development borrow from the science of marginal gains?

Tour de France
Posted 29 Jun 2017 by Claire Bremner, Senior Consultant at OPP

Saturday is the Tour de France. Who amongst the favourites will we see tussling for the daily jerseys and the ultimate yellow jersey?

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10 top tips – add depth to coaching with the MBTI framework

Top tips for using MBTI with coaching
Posted 01 Dec 2016 by Katy Lyne, Principal Consultant at OPP

Get the most from the MBTI assessment when coaching individuals.

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FIRO and MBTI: the gold standard tools for coaching

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Posted 22 Apr 2016 by Betsy Kendall COO and Head of Professional Services, OPP and Alice King, Senior Consultant, OPP

How the FIRO tool adds so much value to any MBTI coaching session

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Type tips for coaching and development

Coaching conversation
Posted 20 Nov 2015 by Aidan Millar - Human Development Consultant for Psychometrics Canada

Aidan Millar explores how coaches can help clients flex between operating with their natural MBTI preferences and outside them when necessary. 

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FIRO – getting so much from so little

man in office
Posted 17 Aug 2015 by Jenny Rogers - Executive Coach at Jenny Rogers Coaching

I am coaching the CEO of a large charity. He’s 55 and has been in his job for nine years. He looks grey and anxious, slumping in his chair. “I’m tired of my team treating me like their parent. It’s hard enough being a parent at home. I’m exhausted, our funding is under threat, I don’t think I want to do this job any more”. He tells me readily that he’s been what he calls ‘psychometrified’ many times; but he’s never taken the FIRO- B assessment...

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