New Leaders: How Does Your MBTI Profile Influence Your Transition?
If you are a New Leader, it is important to take a step back and study the organization you are entering (and the people in it). Unfortunately – for a variety of reasons – some New Leaders dive headlong into a role without thinking about the impact their actions may have on others. Oblivious New […]More Info
E vs. I: How Does Your MBTI Preference Influence Your Transition?
Last month, we started a conversation about the implications of style/preference for Leaders transitioning into new roles. In that post, we explored some of the paradoxes faced during New Leader onboarding. And in the next four posts, we will explore the impact of the 4 primary dimensions measured by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). This […]More Info
S vs. N: How Does Your MBTI Preference Influence Your Transition?
We continue our series on MBTI preferences, and how these aspects of a New Leader’s personality impact their onboarding experience. Last month we looked at the Extraversion/Introversion dimension, and how important it is to understand the impact of communication style on leader transition. For this post, we look at the Sensor/Intuitor dimension, and how these […]More Info
T vs. F: How Does Your MBTI Profile Influence Your Transition?
This is the fourth segment in our 5-part onboarding and MBTI blog series. Last month we looked at the Sensor/Intuitor dimension. This month we will focus on the Thinking/Feeling dimension and how these two preferences lead organizational change and develop relationships with Peers. Thinker/Feeler (T/F): The T vs. F dimension is related to how we […]More Info
J vs. P: How Does Your MBTI Profile Influence Your Transition?
This is the final entry of our MBTI 5-part series. So far we have examined how preferences and behaviors associated with dimensions of Extraversion/Introversion, Sensor/Intuitor, and Thinker/Feeler impact New Leader transitions. This month we will conclude with a discussion of how Judger/Perceiver behaviors can influence a New Leader’s onboarding experience, and how to manage the […]More Info