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What Pride means to me

Posted 22 Jun 2021 by Michael Segovia (he/him/his)

Pride has many meanings for many people. For me Pride is about embracing and honoring all our differences – from my MBTI® personality type (INFP which is only 6% of the global sample) to being a Hispanic gay male approaching his sixties, to all in the Queer community who stand for “equality for all” now and for the generations to come.

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Pride Month: celebrating diversity this month and every month

Posted 16 Jun 2021 by Jeffrey Hayes

The Myers-Briggs Company stands for celebrating diversity of personality types, perspectives, and backgrounds. This month of June is Pride Month in the US and June 28th is Pride Day in the UK.

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Diversity and inclusion...and personality?

Posted 04 Sep 2020 by John Hackston, Head of Thought Leadership, The Myers-Briggs Company

Today’s businesses aren’t all just about shareholder values–many measure their performance with a triple bottom line. Profit, yes, but also People (caring for customers, workers and the wider community) and the Planet (caring for the environment).

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Leading while Black and Introverted

Posted 26 Aug 2020 by Melissa Summer, Global Content Marketing Manager, The Myers-Briggs Company

Jeri Bingham hosts the Hush Loudly podcast on WGN Radio in Chicago. Her podcast interviews a myriad of successful people who have preferences for Introversion about their experiences in their life and work. Recently, Jeri hosted a panel for the Chicago State Foundation titled “Leading While Black and Introverted” and The Myers-Briggs Company’s Dr. Rachel Cubas-Wilkinson was started by laying the foundation for understanding personality type and Introversion. “People with...

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Black Lives Matter

Posted 12 Jun 2020 by Jeff Hayes, CEO, The Myers-Briggs Company

We know we can do better. We stand firmly in support of #equality and racial and social #justice. Read more from our CEO...

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Inclusion, Diversity and Personality: Where Should Organizations Focus Most?

Posted 12 May 2020 by John Hackston, Head of Thought Leadership, The Myers-Briggs Company

Inclusion can mean different things depending on the context. Which definition should company's focus on? 

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Gender Equality, Diversity, Leadership and International Women's Day

Posted 06 Mar 2020 by Melissa Summer

What do gender equality and diversity have to do with leadership? Take a look at our newest research...

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Talent Development and Diversity in Dubai with the MBTI Tool

Posted 28 Aug 2019 by Jeff Hayes

CEO Jeff Hayes shares insights around diversity, talent development and other observations from Dubai.

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Download the 2019 Trends Report

Posted 06 Aug 2019 by Melissa Summer

How do you optimize for the always-on culture? What's the new shape of teams? Check out the 2019 Trends Report: People First For Organizational Fitness for answers to this and more. 

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MBTI® Users Conference—“Culture Matters” Panel: Macro and Micro Perspectives

27 Dec 2016

For the second year in a row, I was asked to serve as moderator for the conference-wide panel session. Now that I have a little experience with panels under my belt, I was a bit more open to the idea of being a moderator. It helps to remind myself that the moderator’s key task is to encourage the audience to pay attention to the panelists and not himself. I just had to introduce the topic and the panelists and then keep things moving along. In the end of course, that is all easier said than done...

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