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Daniel Fogel commented on Ryan Mead's blog post 'Coaching Employees Who Challenge or Adapt?'
"Ryan,  Thanks for posting!   Really interesting read.  I'd be interested in reading about the spectrums of the other traits as well.  I'd imagine the interplay between traits on personalities changes things up quite a…"
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Coaching Employees Who Challenge or Adapt?

Agreeableness is an estimate of the point at which one tires of being defiant and turns to acts of submission. We recognize “challengers” and we notice “adapters” within the personality archetypal framework. These two polar ends approach teamwork and conflict resolution differently, and by knowing what to look…See More
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Coaching Employees Who Challenge or Adapt?

Agreeableness is an estimate of the point at which one tires of being defiant and turns to acts of submission. We recognize “challengers” and we notice “adapters” within the personality archetypal framework. These two polar ends approach teamwork and conflict resolution differently, and by knowing what to look…See More
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Personality Assessments: Extroverts or Introverts for Leadership?

Meet JeffJeff is the social butterfly of the office – truly, he gets along with everyone that steps through the front door every morning. When he walks into his cubicle Monday through Friday, he’s ready for those team projects as he is typically the leader. Jeff can…See More
Jul 20
Katrina Kibben liked Ryan Mead's blog post Coaching Employees with a Fight or Flight Response to Stress
Jul 9
A blog post by Ryan Mead was featured

Coaching Employees with a Fight or Flight Response to Stress

Company culture is often defined (at least partially) by the employees within the organization. By using personality assessments, you can pair employees with the best departments or project teams to enhance or diminish particular behaviors. Stability in the workplace estimates…See More
Jul 9
Ryan Mead posted a blog post

Coaching Employees with a Fight or Flight Response to Stress

Company culture is often defined (at least partially) by the employees within the organization. By using personality assessments, you can pair employees with the best departments or project teams to enhance or diminish particular behaviors. Stability in the workplace estimates…See More
Jul 9
Ryan Mead posted a blog post

How to Coach a Focused Team

Every employee works and learns in different ways, and knowing who works how is the best way to build productive and happy teams. At Vitru, we’ve distilled several kinds of employee traits into the five most predictive and important categories: Originality, Focus, Agreeableness, Sociability, and Need for Stability. Each of these…See More
Jul 1
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Personality Assessments: Managing Traditionalists & Trailblazers

Work culture is increasingly important, but few managers know how to cultivate a happy, engaged and productive workforce. Vitru was built to bring psychometrics, cultural fit and personality assessments into one place, so everyone has the tools they need to build better teams.One way to foster innovation…See More
Jun 25
sheila Greco liked Ryan Mead's blog post Crossing Borders for Effective Team Building
Jun 18
A blog post by Ryan Mead was featured

Crossing Borders for Effective Team Building

When a region in the United States is mentioned, a few defining traits of an individual from that area probably come to mind. Think of the mannerly southerner or the hard-working midwesterner. Of course environment is a huge factor when it comes to the formation of personality, but just how accurate are…See More
Jun 18
Katrina Kibben liked Ryan Mead's blog post Crossing Borders for Effective Team Building
Jun 18
Ryan Mead posted a blog post

Crossing Borders for Effective Team Building

When a region in the United States is mentioned, a few defining traits of an individual from that area probably come to mind. Think of the mannerly southerner or the hard-working midwesterner. Of course environment is a huge factor when it comes to the formation of personality, but just how accurate are…See More
Jun 18
Katrina Kibben commented on Ryan Mead's blog post 'Building Your Team with Diversity in Mind'
"What kind of diversity incentives would you suggest? Have you seen any good examples or case studies?"
May 28
A blog post by Ryan Mead was featured

Building Your Team with Diversity in Mind

When building out a team, a new division or staffing your company in general, it’s of course important to focus on skills, both hard and soft. You want team members to know what they’re doing and work well together. But many companies overlook the importance of building a diverse team, and there’s reason to…See More
May 28
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Ryan Mead's Blog

Coaching Employees Who Challenge or Adapt?

Posted on July 24, 2015 at 8:30am 1 Comment

Agreeableness is an estimate of the point at which one tires of being defiant and turns to acts of submission. We recognize “challengers” and we notice…

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Coaching Employees with a Fight or Flight Response to Stress

Posted on July 9, 2015 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Company culture is often defined (at least partially) by the employees within the organization. By using …

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How to Coach a Focused Team

Posted on July 1, 2015 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Every employee works and learns in different ways, and knowing who works how is the best way to build productive and happy teams. At Vitru, we’ve distilled several kinds of…

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