MBTI® Test Personality Differences Can Create a stronger and More Productive Team

In Business and Leadership, Leadership, MBTI, Personality Type, Resources, Team Culture by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

MBTI® Test Personality Differences  People have personality differences, though this is a strength, not a weakness. So You find yourself day dreaming about the future…maybe you daydream about future possibilities in your personal life, or maybe you daydream about future work possibilities…. Perhaps you are not a daydreamer. Perhaps you prefer to concentrate on what is in front of you-what … Read More

Strong Interest Inventory® and MBTI® Combined Career Report Explained

In Careers, MBTI, Personality Type, Strong Interest Inventory by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

One of the most helpful and thorough career reports available is The Strong Interest Inventory® and MBTI® Combined Career Report with Strong Profile. This Strong and MBTI assessment can help you determine your best-fit career by combining the powerful interest inventory named The Strong Interest Inventory and an unsurpassed personality assessment named The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, resulting in a 14 page report … Read More

The MBTI® Career Report can help you with a successful career search

In Careers, MBTI, Personality Type, Resources by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

MBTI® Career Report  The Myers Briggs Type Indicator® Career Report helps to determine your best-fit career in accordance with your personality type and provides job families and occupations that coincide with your type.  it is important to remember that the Myers-Briggs is a restricted assessment and indicator and one must be level B certified by CPP inc to administer this assessment. … Read More

MBTI® Introverts and Extraverts in a world where differences matter

In MBTI, Personality Type by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

MBTI® Introverts and Extraverts MBTI Introverts tend to keep to themselves, while MBTI extroverts tend to be more sociable, though it is no easy task for introverts and extroverts to be themselves when co-existing with their MBTI opposites in personal settings and at work. So how can introverts and extroverts make the most of their “off time”, re-gain the energy … Read More

The MBTI® Step II™ test Decision-Making Styles

In MBTI, Personality Type by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

The MBTI® Step II™ Test Decision-Making Styles The MBTI Step I™ Assessment contains a pair of opposite personality preferences called The Thinking-Feeling Dichotomy. It is this part of an individual’s personality that is used when one comes to a conclusion or makes a decision. Usually, if a person prefers Feeling, then the person would base his or her decisions more … Read More

MBTI® Test Type and College Learning Styles

In College Prep, MBTI, Personality Type by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

     As a college student, it is important for you to know how you best learn and in what setting you best process academic information. College student’s MBTI® test personality type differ in behavior,  and each college student’s Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Type differs as much in learning style. Some people learn best by attending lectures, others by reading, some study … Read More

Using the TKI Test Avoiding Conflict Management Style

In Team Culture, TKI by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

In our previous blog we discussed The TKI test Compromising conflict management style and when and how to use it. This week we will focus on The TKI test Avoiding management style. There are times when avoiding is necessary and times when it can be used  inappropriately and inefficiently. Using an avoiding style at the wrong time during a conflict situation at … Read More

TKI test: Know when to Compromise using The Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument test

In Careers, Team Culture, TKI by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

In December we gave you a blog providing an overview of the TKI test. In March we discussed The Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument test and how being an efficient manager using competing and collaborating styles can improve your conflict management skills. In this blog post we will discuss The Comprising Thomas-Kilman Conflict-Handling Mode. There are five conflict-handling styles and all are important and should be used … Read More

Strong Interest Inventory ® Test General Occupational Themes (GOTs)

In Careers, Strong Interest Inventory by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

Strong Interest Inventory GOT’s Explained The General Occupational Themes (GOT’s) were created to further clarify your high and low scores on the  Strong Interest Inventory test Occupational Scales, which provide information about how an assessment taker’s answers match with people who work in and are satisfied with particular jobs. There are six Strong Interest Inventory test General Occupational Themes (GOT’s), and these … Read More

TKI test: Using Your Conflict Handling Modes More Effectively. When and How To Compete and Collaborate?

In TKI by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

To recap from a previous blog, the five TKI test conflict handling modes or styles are: Competing Collaborating Compromising Avoiding Accommodating Each mode is as important as the other; no one mode is “better” then another. People have preferable ways of how they handle conflict, and the conflict handling mode that is most used by an individual is usually the mode … Read More

The MBTI® Step II™ Test : An Overview

In MBTI, Personality Type by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Step II™ test contains 51 questions in addition to the 93 questions offered by The MBTI® Step I™ Profile. The MBTI Step II test takes you further into the research of your personality type by explaining in more detail the facets or detailed preferences that encompass your type. Each type contains 20 detailed preferences not included in The Myers … Read More

Your Strong Interest Inventory® Test General Occupational Themes

In Careers, Strong Interest Inventory by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

The General Occupational Themes (GOT’s) included in your Strong Interest Inventory® test results were created to further clarify your high and low scores on the Occupational Scales, which provide information about how test taker’s answers match with people who work in and are satisfied with particular jobs. There are six Strong Interest Inventory test General Occupational Themes (GOT’s), and these Themes … Read More