Tag Archives: the four personalities at work

‘First Impressions’ Should we rely on them?

‘First impressions are everything.’ ‘I can tell after two minutes whether the candidate is right for the role.’ These views, I am afraid, are not the observations of experienced interviewers and mean that the interviewer is judging from a narrow … Continue reading

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Recognise Politics @ your work

This more about personality than work environment. I remember interviewing an Analyst with a First from Oxford in a science subject and I explained that his personality type at work was not conducive to politics.  We discussed the 4 Lowe … Continue reading

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DOES THE MEDIA RULE OK?

The media seems to be losing its grip, or does what I believe depend more on my personality? Well, up until recently and before the demise of the News of the World, the answer might be a resounding yes.  And … Continue reading

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Listening skills @ work

“That’s interesting and why ….? ”        “I disagree because ….”. Listening can be more a personality disposition. Find out why. Listening skills are difficult to write about and coaching on this topic can only really be conducted … Continue reading

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How to manage stress at my work

When I am coaching candidates on stress management, firstly I identify their personality working type and use this vital information to alleviate their vulnerability. Most of us experience an element of stress in our working lives. Its intensity will vary … Continue reading

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