Free eBooks and downloads
The Cycles of Success: A Guide to Career Development and Assessment Insights eBook delves into how you can support your clients or employees through the process of enhancing, expanding and/or changing careers, which will then carry over to improve your talent management initiatives. It also includes how employees may support themselves when their company is not able to offer the resources needed for skill development in a given role, or to move beyond it.
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The Relationships & Conflict eBook deep dives into the essentials of personal and professional relationships and conflict management. It illustrates how tools such as the MBTI®, FIRO® and TKI® instruments can help us better understand and improve those relationships between colleagues, friends, managers and employees and families.
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The TKI® Tool: More Than Conflict Management eBook demonstrates the TKI® can be used for so much more than resolving conflict. For example, this powerful tool helps organisations address challenges such as:
- Improving communication
- Boosting influence and persuasion capabilities
- Increasing engagement
- Retaining employees
- Reducing overall costs of increasing team efficiency
The TKI® Tool eBook contains many examples of how organisations today are making use of the TKI® tool to improve performance. We hope that you find it a valuable resource.
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FIRO® Tip Sheet
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Frequently Asked Questions on the MBTI® instrument.
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Well-being in the workplace: Why it matters for Organizational performance and how to improve it
This Well-being in the workplace paper presents the key findings from a three-year international study, undertaken by The Myers-Briggs Company. It investigates workplace well-being, the activities most effective for enhancing well-being, and the benefits for organizations fostering well-being for their employees.
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Type and the gig economy: A research study from The Myers-Briggs Company
Type and the gig economy was designed to investigate how personality and other factors relate to the differences between gig and ‘regular’ jobs, the reasons why someone becomes a gig worker, types of gig work done, and views on gig jobs. For gig workers, this information could be very useful in making them aware of their likely strengths and possible blind spots, and in deciding whether gig or other freelance work was right for them. For organizations, this could be the key to managing their gig workers and contractors more efficiently and effectively. The aim of this study was to develop straightforward guidelines that could be used by both.
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