Personality Matters Blog

Posted 26 October 2022 by
Melissa Summer

Finding a Career with Purpose

Career expert and coach Julie Gross shares her tips for finding a career with purpose in this episode of The Myers-Briggs Company Podcast.

Posted 03 October 2022 by
Melissa Summer

Galderma Skincare Uses the MBTI® Tool to Navigate Major Company Change

How does a skincare giant smooth out the wrinkles of organizational change?

Posted 28 September 2022 by
Melissa Summer

Connecting with the people you lead

Dr. Martin Boult shares his expertise on leadership and connection in this episode of The Myers-Briggs Company Podcast.

Posted 24 August 2022 by
Melissa Summer

Psychology of Change

What is change management and why does it matter for organizations?

Posted 24 August 2022 by
Melissa Summer

Leadership, Extraversion & Introversion

What should leaders be aware of about these well-known personality differences?

Posted 24 August 2022 by
Melissa Summer

Conflict Management

How can conflict management save organizations money?

Posted 07 March 2022 by
Melissa Summer

International Women’s Day: Increasing awareness, supporting, and connecting

Imagine a gender equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination. A world that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. A world where difference is valued and celebrated...

Posted 28 December 2021 by
Kevin Wood

Introversion 2.0: Why we need to reshape the way we work

The last two years have caused a major shift in how we work. And for some, it's been an Introvert's paradise. Here's what all managers and Introverted employees should know to work at their best...

Posted 17 December 2021 by
Melissa Summer

Holiday stress & personality: Tips for each MBTI type

Home Alone. A Christmas Story. It’s a Wonderful Life. What do all these movies have in common (aside from taking place during the holiday season)? Stressful situations! While this time of year can be fun, festive and a great time to catch up on sleep, for many people it also brings undesired stress from lack of time, to the pressure to give gifts, to travel and burnout from holiday parties (especially social burnout for those with preferences for Introversion). And all the hustle and bust...

Posted 14 December 2021 by
Melissa Summer

Master of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator: Dr. Naomi Quenk

Dr. Quenk had an immense passion for helping people to better understand themselves and appreciate differences in others.