Personality Matters Blog

Posted 03 October 2023 by
Global Marketing

Why and how innovative organizations welcome conflict

Effective conflict management is a pillar of high-performing organizations.

Posted 09 February 2023 by
Vanessa Bradford

Measuring the behaviors of successful, inclusive leaders with the FIRO-B tool

Did you know that interpersonal behaviors can be measured in an objective way? Through the FIRO-B® assessment, HR professionals and leadership consultants can check how well a person's behaviors cultivate inclusion and success in the workplace.

Posted 02 January 2023 by
Kevin Wood

Introverts in conflict: what we learned in 2022

New research and data shows how different personality types approach conflict. But what does it mean for Introverted types?

Posted 20 December 2022 by
Global Marketing

Will Gen Z usher in a new generation of work-related conflict?

Awareness of different approaches to conflict could help multi-generational workforces understand each other and work together better.

Posted 23 November 2022 by
Sherrie Haynie, Sr. Director of Professional Services at The Myers-Briggs Company

Are personalities permanent? Can your personality type change?

Humans learn and grow all the time. But what about someone’s personality? Can your personality type change?

Posted 08 November 2022 by
Kevin Wood

Use conflict as a health check for your team

Is lack of conflict a sign of dysfunction? And what do people feel about conflict today?

Posted 14 October 2022 by
Melissa Summer

The New TKI® Team Report

The easiest way to run a conflict management workshop for a team is now here. Meet the new TKI® Team Report.

Posted 07 October 2022 by
Kevin Wood

What are the new sources of conflict at work?

Learn the types and causes of conflict to be better prepared in how you manage conflict

Posted 05 October 2022 by
Kevin Wood

Get the latest research on conflict at work

Conflict can be positive. New data and tips help you learn how to manage it.

Posted 04 October 2022 by
Kevin Wood

Conflict at work: What are your options?

If conflict management is something you dread, here’s how to start turning it around.