As a marketing leader, you are responsible for guiding your direct reports, but also keeping your clients cool, calm, and collected; they are putting their trust in you and your team to deliver the goods.
There are introverts working in every business; they are our clients, collaborators, managers, and even our leaders.
We’ve already introduced you to the 9 types of collabohaters, a productivity-draining and collaboration-thwarting collection of coworkers.
As election season thunders on, let’s take a timeout and considers how the various campaigns, whether successful or short-lived (not naming any names), can inform and reinforce the ways we approach collaboration.
We are on a constant mission to protect modern-day collaborators from the clutches of collabohaters. Our new refresh of our 9 Types of Collabohaters infographic had us once again thinking about the different wrenches that get thrown into the gears of collaborative business.
Mention the MBTI, Big Five, or other personality assessment tools and passions are quickly set alight.
“When we continually talk about work-life balance, we set ourselves up to be disappointed,” says University of Texas associate professor Dawna Ballard.
Want to win back that juicy piece of business that just walked out the door? Get ready for some serious mind games, because a win-back is as much about psychology as it is cost and benefits.
We wrote about the pros and cons of Myers-Briggs… and you had a LOT to say. Here are a few of the highlights.
Our spotlight on the pros and cons of the Myers-Briggs personality test was our most popular post of 2014. Now it’s time to talk alternatives.