Choose A College Efficiently, In An Age Of Increasing Costs

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentCollege Prep

For many individuals efficiently choosing a college can be one of the most important and daunting tasks that they experience. Important questions come up. What major to choose? Public or Private institution? In-state or out-of-state college? All these factors are made more complicated by the constantly increasing costs associated with a college education. With all these factors it is important … Read More

College Major Assessment: Examining MBTI® Writing Styles for College

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentCollege Prep, MBTI

The College students of today face a highly competitive environment where there never seems to be enough time to catch up on everything that needs to get done.  Outside of studying for tests, a college student will spend a large amount of their collegiate time writing papers and reports. Keeping this in mind, it is in a college students’ best … Read More

TKI Test : When Accommodating Will Help and When It Will Set You Back

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, TKI

Within previous blogs covering the Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument, or TKI test for short, we have discussed the conflict-handling modes of Compromising, Avoiding, Competing, and Collaborating.  Today we take a closer look at the final conflict-handling mode, Accommodating. It is natural for an individual to want to come out on top when it comes to dealing with a conflict.  … Read More

MBTI® STEP II™ Interpretive Report Part 3: Sensing and Intuition Facets

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, Careers, MBTI, Personality Type, Resources

MBTI® Step II™ Test In our previous blog on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Step II™ test Interpretive Report we focused on the first set of facets, or “sub categories”, associated with the four MBTI® dichotomies.  Last time we focused on the Extraversion and Introversion dichotomy along with its five facets.  Today we will focus on the facets associated with the … Read More

Celebrity MBTI® Personality Type: Barack Obama, ENTP or ENFJ?

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, MBTI, MBTI Celebrities, Personality Type

Barack Obama Personality Type Today marks the continuation of our Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Celebrity blog series.  Previously we had featured Muhammad Ali and his MBTI® INFJ personality type preference.  This week we focus on the 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama, and his personality type. Unlike our previous blogs, there has been serious discussion pertaining to the perceived … Read More

TKI Test: The Art of Skillful Compromising

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, TKI

The Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument, or TKI test for short, focuses on how to best deal with conflict.  One of the methods of dealing with conflicts is the art of Compromising.  The secret to skillfully utilizing Compromising in your conflicts is identifying exactly when it is appropriate, and when other modes of conflict management can lead to better results. Compromising … Read More

Fiscal Cliff : Take Back Control Over Your Employment Future

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, Blogs, MBTI, STRONG

One of the biggest continual headlines in the news has been concerning the battle between the Democrats and Republicans over how to avoid the “ fiscal cliff ”.  One of the points of interest in the dealings is concerning the extension of unemployment insurance for the long-term unemployed.  Experts say that if and when a deal is struck that the … Read More

MBTI® Test Communication In The Workplace

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, Blogs, MBTI, Resources

MBTI® Test Within any workplace environment proper communication is a vital component to success.  The key to successfully communicating is properly identifying your communication viewpoint, figuring out who you are communicating to (from a personality type perspective), and then properly conveying your intended message in a way that keeps your audience receptive.  Today we’ll talk about three workplace communication viewpoints … Read More

The FIRO Business® Assessment Can Improve Your Work Environment

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, Business and Leadership, FIRO

“Knowledge is power”, and knowing yourself is a powerful tool when optimizing your work and business environment.  The FIRO Business® Assessment was created in order to target interpersonal needs as specifically related to your workplace behavior.  Regardless of whether you are a manager, group or specialist, you can benefit from learning what your specific needs are, and how they relate … Read More

MBTI® STEP II™ Interpretive Report: Part 2: Extraversion and Introversion Facets

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, Careers, MBTI, Personality Type, Resources

In our previous blog on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicato®r Step II™ Interpretive Report we overviewed the additions and changes that the MBTI® Step II™ Interpretive Report provides. Moving forward, we focus on the facets, or “sub categories”, associated with each main dichotomy present in the MBTI Step II Interpretive Report.  The four MBTI STEP II dichotomies are Extraversion and Introversion, … Read More

MBTI® Personality Type Communication Tips For The Holidays

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, MBTI, Personality Type

If you’ve had the opportunity to MBTI Assessment then you already know that people’s Personality Types can vary drastically. This is rarely more apparent than during the Holidays. With Thanksgiving and the Holiday Season quickly approaching, it’s a great time to discuss how different personality preferences act and react in the melting pot of Personality Types that is the “family gathering”. … Read More

MBTI® STEP II™ Interpretive Report Part 1: Overview

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, Careers, MBTI, Personality Type, Resources

If all of our in-depth natural personality type data was gathered into a giant book, then the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Step II ™ Interpretive Report would be the ultimate Cliff Notes to our personality.  The MBTI® Step II Interpretive Report includes all of the data of the MBTI Interpretive Report and then goes a step further by breaking down each … Read More