Learning more about myself, or ‘becoming who I already am’ has given me increased understanding, compassion and confidence. I am more patient with myself. I am way less apologetic and more prone to embrace the parts of me I like, and even the parts I don’t. It all makes me, me. I want to share and encourage you to do the same.“Explore More of You” Is the new series that starts today. We are going to look at some assessment tools to help us understand ourselves better. We may even discover some things we didn’t already know ,or some things we’ve long wondered about.We know there are fellow executives and protagonists out there who can relate to each of our results along with the other types found through this tool. The idea is to get to know yourself better. It will help you, your relationships, and how you move through life. Isn’t that a good thing?Thank you for being a part of the UY conversation.The Unabashed You website has a page for each guest of photos, quotes and a blog with embedded audio at unabashedyou.com. You can find the show on other podcast platforms. Want to lend your support and encouragement? We invite you to follow, rate, review and share.Social media (direct links):FacebookInstagramIf you have questions or comments email us at: email@example.com.We build upon on website visits, social media and word of mouth to share these episodes. We appreciate growth knowing these conversations help you think, celebrate who you are, and move you in some way.So be encouraged and continue to listen, read and be inspired. 🍐
You've probably done a Myers Briggs (MBTI) survey - you may even know which 4 letter combination you are. But, how accurate is it really? In this episode, Business Psychologist (and lead consultant at Oblong), Leanne Elliott digs into psychometric tests, and starts by asking if the MBT is as good as they say it is. You'll hear her draw on both her decade of recruitment & engagement, as well as explaining the science behind it all. Let's dive in! PS. Here are links that are mentioned in the show: Myers Briggs 16 Personalities The SHL Occupational Personality Questionnaire (OPQ32) Real World Group Leader - use this for recruitment of leaders Real World Group Leader - use this for the development of existing leaders Hogan Personality Inventory tool --- Want a chat with Leanne about how you can use psychometrics to run successful recruitment or development programmes? Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org. Want to check us out? Head on over to our website that talks all about building a great workplace culture. Got feedback, questions or future guest suggestions? Email us: email@example.com.
Welcome to the podcast where we answer your dressage questions weekly! This week I talk a lot about motivation, answer your questions, and also talk about a personality test if did that I couldn't remember the name of (it's called the Myers Briggs personality test!)Please subscribe to this podcast and leave a review if you like it as it really helps other people to see it!Do you want more dressage tips and content?Sign up for my e-mail list:https://www.ameliasdressageacademy.com/subscribe/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/amelia.newcomb.7Instagram:@amelianewcombdressagehttps://www.instagram.com/amelianewcombdressage/ Join Amelia’s Dressage Club on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/groups/ameliasdressageclub/ FREE Mini-Course on Confidence!Https://ameliasdressageacademy.com/confidence/ Visit my website:http://www.amelianewcombdressage.comCheck us out on Patreon:http://www.patreon.com/amelianewcombdressageCheck out our swag shop:https://www.wbembinc.com/adaRider Position Mini-Course:https://www.ameliasdressageacademy.com/riderpositionminicourse/Rider assessment quiz:https://www.ameliasdressageacademy.com/dressage-rider-quiz/
This week the girls talk about the Myers Briggs Personality Test, aka the only scientifically proven personality test there is. Kaitie & Hannah just so happen to be the same (ENFJ), so they talk about what that means for their personalities! As well as what the results of the tests means for others. Follow us on Instagram! @callmecowboypodcast Kaitie: @lifewayward HB: @hannahbethvirginia
Did you know the Myers-Briggs personality test was designed by a mother and daughter? Did you know it's used in hiring processes today? Learn about the interesting history of the test and see what you think.
Hello Hello Hello! Wow I know its only been a two weeks but it seems like forever over here. This week we take a Myers Briggs test and go talk about about how we feel about it. We get deep this week and dig into who we are as people and how this may or may not play into how we handle or view life. A special thank you to Elise- she's a trooper, she wasn't feeling well at all during our recording this week. Yet, she stuck with us and made it! We love you!Help us grow, share our podcast with some friends! Email or message us on Instagram. Find us everywhere podcasts are found! Hey Girl, Hey! Cast Join in on the conversation by following us on Instagram@heygirlheycastWe'd love to have you join us for our next Cocktail Hour or suggest an episode topic email us at:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: @heygirlheycastTwitter: @heygirlheycastHostsErin KavanCari Mercado Elise WareProducer:Kyle Ware And as always Thank you to Tigerweather for the use of their song. Make sure you check them out!
Have you ever wondered how your personality type affects your sex life? Do people with different personality types have different needs in the bedroom? Are some personality types better at sex than others? Wondering what your Meyers Briggs personality type says about your love life? Stay tuned, because we're going to take a look at exactly that! Listen as we learn more about the sexual tendencies of our Meyers Briggs personality type. You might be surprised by what we uncover!Find out what your personality is by taking the free test here.Sit back, relax and prepare to be turned on!Want to help us out? Sure you do!!!Help us out on Patreon and join our Discord chat hereFind us on social media!!!On Twitter @BytheBiPodcastOn Facebook BytheBiPodcastOn Instagram @BytheBiPodcastOr email us herePlease donate to Bi+ Visibility by clicking the link here!Leave some feedback for us on whatever medium you listen to your podcasts on! Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
80 ISTP Parent Andrew - Introverted Thinking (Ti) Myers Briggs
Sandra interviews Andrew, an ISTP dad and financial consultant, about what it’s like as a parent who uses Precise Thinking (Introverted Thinking) in the Myers-Briggs personality type model. Links and references:Find your child’s Myers-Briggs type!Cognitive Function Cheat SheetMyers-Briggs BasicsDonate!Check out my podcast page for episodes broken down by topic.Enlist Sandra's services to create a more peaceful dynamic in your family!Email us at email@example.comFollow us on Instagram @FamilyPersonalitiesFollow us on Facebook @FamilyPersonalitiesLeave us a review on iTunes/Apple PodcastsRate, Review, Subscribe, Share
Adrian Thompson talks Myers Briggs, global markets and removing HR
Guy talks to Tenzing Entrepreneurs Panel member, and Aspen Pumps CEO, Adrian Thompson.Adrian describes his career as a game of two halves: a crazy rollercoaster ride in his twenties, careering up the ladder at a slightly dysfunctional company, where, thanks to youthful fearlessness, he had the opportunity to learn and grow at a furious pace, undeterred by the chaos around him; and life at Aspen Pumps, where, over the last couple of decades, he’s put all that learning into practice, overseeing impressive results and multiple sales to private equity, transforming the company from a north of £10m turnover concern to a thriving £120m business exporting to over 100 countries.Adrian will be the first to admit that the worlds of toilet pan connectors, roofing felt and air conditioning pumps might not make for - on the surface at least - the sexiest career in the world, but appearances can be deceptive. His years in business have given him a profound understanding of managing teams through turnaround, culture change, rapid growth and beyond.
Future of Work Sherpa Dan Smolen discusses Myers Briggs and the Great Resignation with expert Edythe Richards.As 2022 begins, an estimated 20 million American workers opted for the Great Resignation. With such an unprecedented exit of active workforce members, we wondered about the correlation between Myers Briggs Type Indicators and the Great Resignation.To help guide us through this critical discussion, we bring back Edythe Richards. Edythe is a world-renowned Myers Briggs expert who helps people discover their Myers Briggs Type. With such insight, people benefit greatly in their lives and careers.Main segment begins at 2:59In this episode, Edythe: Provides a quick review of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. Starts at 4:27 Explains how Myers Briggs insights factor into the Great Resignation. Starts at 6:29 Offers five factors that motivate people in the Great Resignation. Starts at 12:53 Discusses the loss of people skill and the need for workplace remediation to create new team leadership outcomes. Starts at 30:50 Describes how the pandemic changed perceptions of MBTI. Starts at 38:29Understanding Myers Briggs and the Great Resignation can help people to uncover key career sticking points.And, among the factors affecting people in the workplace is boredom. Similarly, Edythe says that:"Boredom is one of the clearest signs that [you are] in a career or a workplace that doesn't suit your personality."Main segment begins at 2:59About our guest:Edythe Richards received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Delaware and a Masters of Arts degree in Counseling from Seton Hall University. Her nationally recognized career counseling consultancy, A Top Career, is headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia.EPISODE DATE: January 14, 2022Social media:– Website– EQ at Work Podcast– Myers Briggs Question Corner Podcast– LinkedIn Page– Edythe's featured past podcast appearances:- Emotional Intelligence and Hybrid Work (November 6, 2020)- Knowing Your Myers Briggs Type (September 7, 2018)Please Subscribe to The Dan Smolen Podcast on:– Apple Podcast– Android– Google Podcasts– Pandora– Spotify– Stitcher– TuneIn…or wherever you get your podcasts.You may also click HERE to receive our podcast episodes by email.Image credits: Two workers, Jelena Red Riding Hood for iStock Photo; Portrait, Edythe Richards; Podcast button, J. Brandt Studio for The Dan Smolen Experience.