Personality-backed Ways to Help Your Employees Stop Procrastinating

This blog post is part of our Truity at Work series for those who are new to people management. In these posts, we’re creating useful content for managers and teams alike, helping you to understand personality, improve communication, and navigate conflict and change with ease. For an overview of the series, start with our introductory post here.

One of the frustrating things a new manager has to come to grips with is staff not delivering work on time. 

What's the Difference Between an Ambivert and an Omnivert?

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on April 14, 2022

You’ve probably heard of Introverts and Extraverts but what about Ambiverts and Omniverts? Both of these personality types sit between the extremes of Introversion and Extraversion – but they can be tricky to figure out. Here’s what each expression means, and how you can tell them apart.

ISFJ and ENTP: Secrets Behind This Incredible Pairing of Opposites

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on April 13, 2022

When it comes to personality typology, many speculate that dating a similar personality type to your own will lead to a more harmonious and long-lasting relationship. Others believe that opposites can both attract and complement each other in the long-term. So, what happens when you date your complete Myers and Briggs type opposite?

What Does Intuitive Mean in the Myers and Briggs System?

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on April 12, 2022

You’ve probably heard people call themselves ‘intuitive’, but the context of what they mean can vary. If you were to look up the word in the dictionary, you’d see a definition like ‘the use or basis of one’s feelings over conscious reasoning’ or the more straightforward term ‘instinctive.’ Although that basic definition isn’t false, when it comes to the Myers and Briggs personality system, it’s a bit more complicated than that.

Different Personalities at Work: How to Run Meetings That Work for Your Whole Team

This blog post is part of our Truity at Work series for those who are new to people management. In these posts, we’re creating useful content for managers and teams alike, helping you to understand personality, improve communication, and navigate conflict and change with ease. For an overview of the series, start with our introductory post here.

If You Can’t Have the Job You Love, Love the One You’ve Got

As the famous Stephen Stills song goes: “If you can’t be with the one you love, love the one you’re with.” Although the song was written about personal relationships, the same philosophy is helpful to apply to your current job – especially if it’s not as satisfying and fulfilling as you’d like it to be.

The simple truth is most jobs allow a good deal of flexibility in how people perform their tasks. And while the COVID-19 pandemic has created many new obstacles to how many of us worked in the past, it has also created new opportunities.

8 Fictional Characters You’ll Relate to if You’re an ISFJ

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on April 05, 2022

ISFJs are one of the caretakers of the 16-type system and not without particular esteem. Their sense of duty, loyalty, and commitment is an unrivaled trait that makes the ISFJ the go-to person for actionable care, sympathy, and down-to-earth connections. Otherwise called “The Protector,” you may know an ISFJ aunt, mother, or father who strives to do everything they can do to make you (and everyone else they love) comfortable, happy, and at peace. Or you may recognize that you, yourself, are a caring ISFJ. 

Categories: Famous Types, ISFJ

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