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How to Welcome a New Team Member
The first day can be daunting for new employees. Learn how to welcome a new team member with our helpful guide and examples.
Hot Topics: The Great Resignation and Quiet Quitting
Quiet quitting has been around longer than TikTok. We discuss what quiet quitting and the Great Resignation have in common from a personality standpoint.
Leadership Through Organizational Crisis
Crisis is inevitable. What are the personality characteristics of people who show effective leadership through organizational crisis?
Quiet Quitting and Personality: Who Becomes a Quiet Quitter?
Quiet quitting isn’t new. It isn’t generational either. And it isn’t always harmful. In fact, for quiet quitters with certain personality characteristics, it might even be beneficial.
CEO personality can lead to major corporate blunders. Materialism and rule breaking are two types of CEO behavior that can tacitly foster an environment of the same. So, what should organizations do?
Personality of Elite Athletes
Success for elite athletes isn’t just a physical feat. Here’s what we learned about the personality of elite athletes when roughly 600 football players in the ’21 and ’22 NFL draft classes completed our personality tests.
5 Engaging Virtual Team-Building Activities
Virtual team-building games, activities, exercises, and strategies for bringing remote or hybrid teams together encourage collaboration. Read on for five approaches to virtual team-building activities.
Personality and Role Replacement
When a role becomes vacant, we usually strive to replace the person, not the personality. But is that really the most equitable and efficient way to tackle role replacement, particularly employee replacement? Learn more.
Reaching Saudi Vision 2030: The effects of corporate leaders’ personalities on economic development in Saudi Arabia
Saudi leaders tend to show exemplary leadership skills, appearing determined, goal oriented, and cooperative. But a recent survey examining the personalities of 7,000 corporate leaders in Saudi Arabia found that their stress may pose an obstacle to success. Learn more.