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The impact of the Disruption Economy on MBTI Preferences

Thursday June 30th, 2022 2 comments

This is the last of a series of articles on the M.B.T.I. (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) preferences. The first was a reminder of the four Temperaments (SJ, SP, NT,NF)and the second was drawing connections between Leadership styles and M.B.T.I. preferences. This last article aims at understanding how the Disruption Economy may affect the four temperaments and how these may benefit from…

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MBTI Typology and Leadership styles (MBTI Typology and the Disruption Economy (part II)

Wednesday June 22nd, 2022 0 comments

Building on last week’s article, summarising the M.B.T.I. (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) preferences, I’d like to explore the link between it and leadership styles. In our practice, we like to refer to an old (1969) and still so amazingly actual model, Hersey and Blanchard’s Situational Leadership, which we have slightly updated: The model suggests that leaders can (on the horizontal axis)…

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MBTI Typology and the Disruption Economy (part I)

Saturday June 18th, 2022 0 comments

M.B.T.I. (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) is one of the World’s most used and researched psychometrics. Invented by Mrs Briggs and her daughter, Mrs Myers, it refers to the typology of one of psychology, psychiatry and psychoanalysis “geniuses”, the Swiss Medical Doctor and researcher, Carl Jung. It is not and never, ever should be taken for, nor used as an assessment tool.…

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Why Bezos, Jobs, Musk or Zuckerberg aren’t Disruptive Leaders

Thursday June 9th, 2022 2 comments

Let’s put the record straight before going any further: This article doesn’t aim at criticising any of the above mentioned leaders (leaving aside it would be a total lack of class to talk about one of them, no longer with us). I simply aim at further refining what Disruptive Leaders do and don’t do. Recently reading an article in a…

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