I don’t know how I’d navigate the relationships in my life without understanding personality types and strengths. My husband and I have daily discussions about interactions with family members and colleagues based on what we know or have observed about personality types and strengths. It gives everything more context. And, in some instances, it helps seemingly incomprehensible actions and behaviors make more sense.
As an administrative professional, understanding personality types and strengths is a special skill that will help you work more effectively with everyone you encounter, but especially with your executive!
Your personality type is likely different from your executive’s. But in order to create a strong partnership between the two of you, you both need to understand each other’s personality type, and the specific strengths and weaknesses that come with it. It’s powerful information that can make all the difference in how you work and communicate with each other.
This week, we’re helping you better understand different personality types, and explaining how they play into your partnership with your executive. Our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages are full of helpful information, and our feature article explains how understanding personality types in the workplace can help you improve your decision-making abilities, avoid conflict, and much more!
Supporting your administrative success,
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