As a leading voice in the management solutions industry, TTI Success Insights shares information through our weekly blog on topics ranging from behaviors, motivators, talent management solutions, emotional intelligence, acumen and so much more.
Below you'll find the five most viewed blogs over the past three months. In case you missed them when they originally published, here is your chance to revisit this valuable information.
First Published: May 24, 2018
Those in the Dominance category are defined by taking charge and moving with a purpose. Known for impatience, High-Ds prefer being straight to the point and can occasionally come across as being blunt. Their natural drive propels high-Ds to get involved with many different tasks at once. High-Ds who get overextended in this fashion are likely to fall into the trap of wasting time being involved in too many projects simultaneously. The five reasons that follow document the reasons high-Ds waste time and the solutions to overcoming this non-productive habit.
First Published: Jun 07 , 2018
How does DISC compare to MBTI? This is a common question many people have asked us over the years.
There are many different angles to consider, as both tools are used frequently in organizations, but in different ways. In this article, we will answer some of the most basic questions so that you can have a good understanding of how the two tools compare. The more you understand about what each one focuses on, the more informed you can be knowing which may be most appropriate for your needs.
First Published: May 03, 2018
Emotional intelligence is defined as an individual’s ability to sense, understand and effectively apply the power and acumen of emotions to facilitate higher levels of collaboration and productivity. Emotional intelligence is often referred to as emotional quotient (EQ) as the terms are interchangeable.
Regardless of where a person is today on the EQ scale, emotional intelligence can be improved. It takes a concentrated effort, a desire to become more aware and an active attempt at restraint when facing conflict. But with a combination of awareness and self-discipline, EQ can change relatively quickly. While there are many different factors that can influence EQ, today we observe 4 ways to improve emotional intelligence.
TTI Success Insights' Cherisse Mowry provides a first-person perspective on how she often needs to temporarily adapt her behaviors to be more in line with that of her coworkers to ensure more successful communication. These are some of the observations she has made about her particular behavioral style and a few of the adaptations she makes daily to work well with others.
Being mindful can help you achieve more with less. In a state of mindfulness, you are able to process things more efficiently. Mindfulness will make you feel better, both mentally and physically.