Originally published August 15, 2022 | By John Hackston

As businesses continue to adopt a hybrid working model, organizations are finding new ways to build comradery between team members who may be working fully remote, part-time remote, or living in a different country. If your team is fully remote (ours is!), there’s less opportunity for day-to-day contact and the kind of water cooler talk you would have with coworkers in the kitchen, coffee bar, or on the way to a conference room. But in this article, we’re reminded how using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment, hybrid teams can clearly identify differences and commonalities, especially during internal meetings, so they can collaborate better and perform at their best. Read the full article at Association for Talent Development.