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Social Media – Giving Introverts a Chance in the Workplace?

This post is, at least in part, triggered by a guest post on Vicky Beeching’s cybersoul blog: Introverts, extroverts, and why Twitter is like Narnia. The post is by Tanya Marlow, and she brings a unique¬†perspective¬†to the issue. It resonated with a couple of posts written here back in 2008, so it seems like a […]

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Personality Sorters and Social Media – Part II

In a business (and the world in generally), we need both clay pots and brass ones. Different personality types each have their (complementary) strengths and weaknesses. The brass and the clay pots need to get along together; not by being separate, but by working together. It is probably one of the reasons we have culture and etiquette – some rules of engagement that help to protect us from our individual differences.

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Personality Sorters and Social Media – Part I

Understanding personality types is very useful, not just for self awareness, but for working in team environments, especially where social software, social media or any technology-mediated form of communication is in play. This post is for Lobelia and others, in response to her blog post on personality types “personality types, can you be sorted?”.

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