Organizational and Business

ORGANIZATIONAL AND BUSINESS

Correlation between Jung's Typology and the Striving Styles

Using the Striving Styles with Jung's Typology

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A New Paradigm for Training: The Striving Styles Personality System

 

The Striving Styles Personality System is the first, comprehensive, neuro-psychological framework for learning how a person’s cognitive functions are organized in their brain and which of the functions is hard wired from birth to be used to meet the psychological needs of the self. It shows how behavior is used to get the need of the function met. It also show how each brain is wired to take in and process information while learning.  

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Engaging Emotions to Facilitate Successful Training Programs

Emotions are what drive our attention and our behavior in the learning and development process.

Emotions affect learning, either enhancing the experience for the employee or shutting the process down because of fear or anxiety about their ability to learn or what might happen when they experiment with new behaviors in front of others.  How employees feel during and after training strongly influences whether they will experiment with and apply what they have learned. If they are anxious, embarrassed, or otherwise uncomfortable, these feelings will impede the success of even the most skillfully designed training program.

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Personality and the Brain: A New Paradigm for Training

Why the Current Paradigm Needs to Change

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I Think, Therefore I Am: Dealing With An Inflated Self-Concept

The way we think about ourselves and how others perceive us can be well-aligned or light years apart. This is often the case for managers and leaders, who can believe that they know what they are doing simply because they have been given the job. They can have difficulty recognizing that what they believe about themselves is very different than the experience of their direct reports, and can have a lot of trouble receiving feedback about the negative impact of their leadership behavior. This is particularly true for the Leader Striving Style.

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Let Me Help You, Please!

When we think about the Socializer Striving Style, with their predominant need to be connected, the Barbra Streisand song "People” (People Who Need People) comes to mind. Socializers are the “Weavers of the Social Fabric” in families, the workplace and in communities. They easily build and maintain positive relationships with a wide variety of people. They aim to be helpful and are enthusiastic, amiable, outgoing “people-people.” Their relationships are at the center of their lives and everything they do ensures their connection to others.

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The Power of the Self-Protective System

Understanding the emotions behind passive-aggressive behavior in employees

In the previous blog, understanding the emotions behind passive-aggressive behavior in leaders, I talked about one of the key behavioral strategies of the Self-Protective System — passive-aggressive behavior. This blog is a continuation of that article with a focus on passive-aggressive employees.   

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The Power of the Self-Protective System

Understanding the emotions behind passive-aggressive behavior in leaders.

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Understanding Defensive Behavior 3

Strengthening Your Self-Actualizing System

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Understanding Defensive Behavior 2

Living in Survival, Without Knowing It

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