I posted something that was a little critical of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and, oh. my. goodness!
It was an excerpt from Lisa Feldman Barrett’s excellent book, “71/2 lessons about the brain” which suggested that…
“You can’t measure behaviour by asking people about their behaviour”.
And “Why do the test results seem so true when you receive them? Because the test asks what you believe about yourself.”
A perennial challenge in business is making your priority someone else’s priority too. You know the drill. You have a project that you are under pressure to complete, but it relies heavily on input from other people. Problem is, they have projects they are under pressure to complete and don’t want to divert time, energy or effort to your patch.
Here’s how to go about it.
Minimising effort means stripping back what you...
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