We INFJ personality types love “coaching” and people to problem solve for, discovering new alternatives to most any challenge. Job satisfaction requires a harmonious environment.
ENFJ personality types immediately engage others with their unique charisma. Evidence of positive impact on others and affirmative feedback gives them a sense of fulfillment.
A tongue-in-cheek look at 10 ways to demoralize your employees. Describes how things are done in some businesses. Corporate culture that doesn't motivate employees can mean death to an organization.
The INTP personality type is the Logical Thinker and Analyzer. They love to problem-solve and enjoy theoretical or scientific pursuits, solving problems with logic and analysis.
Mel tells some heart-warming holiday stories, then reveals secret statistics that demonstrate how the Postal Service is kicking butt on its competitors. From the pages of the Postal Tsunami.
ENFPs love to talk about what is going on in their lives. They love life and strive to make the most out of it. They are the most optimistic of all the types, and are genuinely interested in people.
Employees grieving over the loss of a loved one often display certain behaviors that are of concern to the employer. Offering support during this grieving period is very important to the employee.
Employees who have body odor issues at work present challenges to the coworker who must work side by side with that employee. For the supervisor, it becomes an employee relations issue that must be held delicately, yet...
The ESTJ personality type is the Overseer. They are invigorated by being actively involved in the now. They find it satisfying when their efforts result in a positive impact on and for others.
ENTJs are exhilarated by unsolvable impasses and impossible feats! Complicated challenges with little interpersonal conflict is important. Good results under pressure give them a sense of fulfillment.