By Mayuri Chaudhary | 

The Myers-Briggs Company, a Certified B Corporation helping organizations in all industries solve the most perplexing people challenges, released a new report: Type and the always-on culture. The research surveyed 1,116 respondents explored how personality type affects attitudes and behavior, as well as productivity and engagement in our new technology environment of 24/7 information and constant connectedness. This research, recently presented at the British Psychological Society’s annual conference, found:

  • Individuals’ behavior and mindset, as well as organizational culture, predict stress levels.
  • Personality differences help explain why some thrive in the ‘always-on’ culture, and others experience a negative effect on their work and personal lives.

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