MyersBriggs

Play-full Practice 10: How to Calm the Nervous System of A Judging Type

As a Judging type (J) in Myers Briggs, detailed plans and completed lists are my superpowers and my self-care. For Perceiving (P) types, however, detailed planning can feel like a trap—kryptonite for a P. So, for all of you open, spontaneous P’s, if you feel planning pressure from your J colleagues or managers, consider this … Read more

Play-full Practice 9: How to Help Feeling Types Make More Grounded Decisions

In Myers Briggs, the Feeling preference (F) makes decisions more subjectively, based on the impact those decisions will have on people.  In other words, every decision feels personal. For feelers, emotions are so central to decision-making that they can stop productivity in its tracks.  Want to help yourself or others on your team take things … Read more

Play-full Practice 8: How to Bridge the Gap Between Sensory and Intuitive Team Members

Lisa talks about the difference between the Myers Briggs’ (N) and (S) types.  Know what personalities are on your team and play to everyone’s superpowers! Learn more about Intuitive and Sensory types here: Say What?!? The Myers Briggs Communication Conundrum What are Superpowers? Superpowers are your innate talents, motivations, and personality patterns that consistently produce … Read more

Play-full Practice 7: How to Ensure the Introverts On Your Team Get Heard

Lisa talks about the superpowers of Introverts Want to see an Introvert pull off a mic drop? Create space for their internal processing superpowers to shine at your next meeting! What are Superpowers? Superpowers are your innate talents, motivations, and personality patterns that consistently produce superior results. What is Kryptonite? Kryptonite is the tasks, duties … Read more

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