The Holland Code Test is a Key Tool for New Job Seekers & We’re Making It Free

The Holland Code Test is a helpful tool for new college grads and all early-career job seekers who are looking to find their right career path and land their first job. Given the pandemic and the associated uncertainty in the job market, Truity is making this career diagnostic tool and the 10-page instructive report detailing your job preferences and potential career types free for new graduates and all job seekers through June 30, 2021. 

How to Bring Your INFP Team Member Back to Reality (Without Sending Them Over the Edge)

You've worked with this person before and it wasn't pretty. They wanted everyone to be happy, so they let everyone else choose assignments first and took the leftovers no one wanted. They’re so helpful that they practically did the lazy team members' work for them. At the end of the project, they were exhausted and disappointed, as those other team members didn't put in anywhere near the hours or thought they needed to. As a result, not all the team's goals were met.

Welcome to the world of working with an INFP.

How to Be a Better Boss, Based on Your Enneagram Type

While the Type 8 is called the Leader or the Boss, all nine of the distinct Enneagram personality styles have the potential to be excellent leaders. Whether you lead as a Perfectionist Type 1, a Peacemaker Type 9 or any of the types in between, you too can be a great boss. But with each Enneagram personality style, there comes unique management challenges, distortion filters and blind spots. 

Below we’ll outline how you can be a better boss, based on your Enneagram type.

How to Get a Grasp on a Company’s Culture (Remotely)

When you’re interviewing for a new role, there are a number of things you care about.

Of course, you want the salary you deserve and adequate benefits. You want to know there’s room to grow and develop within the company. And maybe you’re keeping an eye out for some extra perks—like flexible schedule options or tuition reimbursement.

Regardless of what your priorities are, we’re willing to bet that this is on your list somewhere: company culture.

When INFJs Join the Team, Everybody Wins!

Like many Introverts, INFJs often miss opportunities to accomplish more by participating in teams. They will gladly offer their assistance to others if asked, but otherwise may choose a more independent path.

INFJs are capable of some impressive achievements on their own, in both their personal and professional lives.  But like anyone else, they can become far more proficient, productive, and effective if they seek out opportunities to work in groups or teams.

How to Work With ‘Get it Right’ People

If your job requires teamwork or supervision, you’ll inevitably be forced to deal with at least one ‘get-it-right’ personality. These people tend to be technically competent, well researched, and highly professional, which makes them hugely valuable in the workplace. They go absolutely in-depth into subjects, taking huge bites instead of small nibbles. 

Here’s How to Communicate With Friends Who Are Facing Career Struggles

The COVID-19 pandemic brought a lot of unfamiliar concerns along with it. Suddenly our normal, everyday decisions—like whether we should visit a friend or head to the grocery store—have a lot more weight to them.

Beyond wiping down groceries and stocking up on hand sanitizer, many people were saddled with newfound career fears and struggles. 

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