3,124 leaders provided their input for the Global Leadership Forecast 2014|2015, presented by DDI and The Conference Board. This vast amount of data brought us to 18 initial findings, with more to come.
View a snapshot of the data, and explore key questions on the path to organizational success by utilizing our Leadership Development Road Map.
The word “personality” often gets used pretty broadly today: we talk of someone “having personality” or “being a personality” – meaning that there’s something particularly expressive or obvious or typical about the way they conduct or express themselves; we talk about showbiz or sporting “personalities” – meaning they have a profile and a way about them that attracts attention.
Carl Jung’s theories have been around for almost 100 years now and are still very influential on the way that psychologists think about personality. As the table below illustrates, Jung proposed four pairs of “either or” mental preferences or what can be seen as “mental muscles”. We all have both preferences but one in each pair will be dominant over the other. Each item pair is described on the left of the chart with the word in red on the right explaining in one word what it is essentially targeting. Although this is certainly not the only way to classify personality, Jung’s model has been widely used on an... (Click title for more)
Synchronicity refers to the underlying cosmic intelligence that synchronizes people, places and events into a meaningful order. We experience synchronicity when an outer event corresponds to our inner thoughts, perceptions or feelings. - Law of Time
Carl Jung is the Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist that founded “analytical psychology,” as well as the extravert and introvert psychological types.
Analytical psychology focuses on the whole of the human being, believing that the unconscious mind is the primary source for healing and is vital to the development of an individual’s soul. Unlike many psychologists and scientists, Jung believed the world of dreams, myth, and folklore, should be...(click title for more)
Future of work / toolsets (linkorama) Short URL: https://goo.gl/MCHNj8 Apps/platforms, etc. Asana “is a web and mobile application designed to help teams track their work” (Wikipedia) Basecamp “is a web-based project management tool” (Wikipedia) Draw.io is a “free online diagram softwar
You can't expect negotiations with the French to be like negotiations with Americans, and the same holds true for every culture around the world. British linguist Richard D. Lewis charted communication patterns as well as leadership styles and cultural identities. Although cultural generalizations can be overly reductive, Lewis insists it can be done fairly, writing: "Determining national characteristics is treading a minefield of inaccurate assessment and surprising exception. There is, however, such a thing as a national norm."
Wilber's Integral Model has served those working in psychology, business, medicine, law, politics, and everyday life through enabling people to see themselves and the world around them in a more comprehensive and effective ...
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