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If you’re not familiar with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), it measures four pairs of personality preferences: Introversion (I) versus Extraversion (E); Sensing (S) versus Intuiting (I); Thinking (T) versus Feeling (F); and Judging (J) versus Perceiving (P). The 16 types are detailed on the official Myers-Briggs website, and you can take a free online test here. If you… View Article
The business is demanding (and using) multiple communications tools such as instant messaging, video, chat rooms, collaboration tools, social media and texting. They like the speed, efficiency and spirit of collaboration, at often significant cost savings. But how does IT keep up with all these changes? Quentin Kramer, Director, UC Consulting & Architecture, SPS recently… View Article
epi24, developers of The Womanizer (, a popular line of PleasureAir intimacy products, has just signed on as a Bronze sponsor at the annual CatalystCon, a conference that inspires conversations around sexuality. “We’re excited to support CatalystCon, a progressive conference that’s just as passionate as we are about sex-positive attitudes and the advancement of sexual health… View Article
This article is written by Randy Martinsen on his review of personality tests via Napa Valley Register Throughout my career I have had the opportunity to take multiple personality tests. They each have a different focus, but generally are all the same when it comes to helping one understand why a person behaves the way… View Article
The Myers-Briggs Personality Assessment is as ubiquitous in career planning as emails in offices. Anyone who’s visited their high school guidance counselor or college career center has probably taken some version of it and has their four-letter descriptor to show for it. For the uninitiated, the assessment is based on four pairs, each with two… View Article