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  • The Emotional and Social Competency Inventory
    Personality Profiling Making Change Happen Work Life Balance In House Programmes and Coaching Recruitment and Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog The Emotional and Social Competency Inventory 5th Mar 2012 What Is Emotional and Social Intelligence Emotional and Social Intelligence is the capacity for recognizing our own feelings and those of others for motivating ourselves and for managing emotions effectively in ourselves and in others It describes the behaviors that sustain people in challenging roles or as their careers become more demanding and it captures the qualities that help people deal effectively with change The Emotional and Social Competency Inventory ESCI Based on decades of research across hundreds of roles and organizations the Emotional and Social Competency Inventory ESCI model describes 12 competencies that differentiate outstanding from average performers Although all of the ESCI competencies are important you may not need to master all of them in order to be successful You may draw on different competencies depending on your strengths preferences and the needs of the people and situations you work with The Four Clusters of Emotional Intelligence EI Competencies The ESCI clusters highlight four distinct areas of ability Self Awareness recognizing and understanding our own emotions Social Awareness recognizing and understanding the emotions of others Self Management effectively managing our own emotions Relationship Management applying emotional understanding in our dealings with others Relationship Management is where emotional and social intelligence or the lack thereof becomes most visible to others The competencies in this cluster impact on the motivation and performance of others but they depend on strengths in the Social Awareness and Self Management competencies These clusters provide direction energy restraint and skill to the way we use Relationship Management competencies Self

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  • Leadership - Part 3
    characteristic that resides in the leader but a Read More Posted In Emotional intelligence Leadership Leadership Executive Coaching Presentation Skills Potential Interference Performance 11th Jun 2010 Tim Gallwey in his classic book on coaching The Inner Game of Work recognised that to improve performance we have to reduce interference He stated Potential minus Interference equals performance So what interferes with our presentations Myles Downey in his book Effective Coaching suggests a number of things that can interfere 1 Fear of making a Read More Posted In Belief change Leadership presentation skills Presenting Yourself With Impact Map of future trends link 28th May 2010 brilliant tube map style map of future trends have a look Read More Posted In Change management Leadership Effective Employee Engagement Business Success 22nd May 2010 Interesting intro to employee engagement via business link sorry link now removed Read More Posted In Change management Leadership Team development What are Your Limits 13th May 2010 Great article on limits and limiting beliefs Where Are Your Limits By Tom Hoobyar Article Word Count 1708 average reading time 6 8 minutes Here s a surprise Whoever you are and whatever you can or can t do your idea of your personal limits is likely to be wrong Oooh Dumb way to establish rapport right Begin Read More Posted In Belief change Change management Emotional intelligence Leadership Leadership Executive Coaching Presenting Yourself With Impact Presentation Skills The walk on David Cameron 12th May 2010 Did you notice David Cameron s walk on last night He did a great job walking down Downing Street approaching the microphone stopping and pausing before speaking and then staying rock solid still as he spoke We always get participants on our presentation skills training workshops to practice walking on On the basis that Read More Posted In Communication skills Leadership Presenting Yourself With Impact Fire Fighting Like the Professionals 24th Mar 2010 I found myself wondering how often we think we have put out fires and move on to something else without focussing our attention and ensuring That the fire can t flare up again There have been no knock on effects We have put everything back in its place We have reflected on what happened and what our own contribution might have been We have extracted the learning from the experience Read More Posted In Emotional intelligence Leadership Making Change Stick The Masai and Logical Levels 26th Nov 2009 Research by Gregory Bateson and Robert Dilts suggests that we have a hierarchy in the way we think about things They identified six logical levels of thought each level providing different information and building on the level below Read More Posted In Change management Communication skills Emotional intelligence Interpersonal skills Leadership Leadership Executive Coaching NLP for business Setting goals Talent management Team development Time Management Are we are all biased 3rd Aug 2009 In his latest article for People Management magazine Binna Kandola explains that psychological research quite clearly demonstrates that all human beings are biased

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  • Leadership - Part 4
    Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Posts in Leadership Monty saves England Who is your buddy Who could you buddy with 12th Jul 2009 You may have just watched the end of the first test match with Australia Monty Panesar the England cricketer has gone from batting no hoper to England saviour through having a buddy Paul Colingwood to help him improve his batting Who could you buddy with Read More Posted In Interpersonal skills Leadership Leadership Executive Coaching Talent management Michael Jackson Iran and Discursive Leadership 1st Jul 2009 What have Michael Jackson Iran and Leadership got in common This post contends that the way they are viewed is a construction that people negotiate between themselves Read More Posted In Leadership Hog Hollow Excellence Innate or developed 17th Jun 2009 Is Leadership innate or developed a case study from our recent visit to South Africa Read More Posted In Leadership Talent management Latest CIPD research on trends in Talent Management 30th Apr 2009 The latest CIPD report on trends in talent management in the UK makes interesting reading It reports a number of surprising positives including 1 Organisations are focussing more of the time engaging motivating retaining and fully using the skills of their existing workforce 2 Uncertain times for the most part have led to more Read More Posted In Leadership Common Sense Leadership 31st Mar 2009 This month s tip was inspired by a meeting with an ex colleague of mine who has survived several economic downturns numerous reorganisations and tens of bosses over a 22 year period in a large multinational organisation I asked him how he did it and he said to him it was just common sense Here are Read More

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  • Myers Briggs Recruiting
    Management Development Coaching 360 Degree Feedback Development Centres Team Team Coaching Team Development Coaching Coaching Skills Training Executive Coaching Presenting Yourself With Impact Coaching Creating a Coaching Culture ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching ILM Level 7 Certificate in Coaching Coach Supervision Solutions In house Interpersonal Skills Workshops Emotional Intelligence The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI Specialists Presenting Yourself With IMPACT Insights Discovery Developing Talent Personality Profiling Making Change Happen Work Life Balance In House Programmes and Coaching Recruitment and Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Myers Briggs For Recruitment 16th Sep 2012 One of the most common requests we get is from organisations wanting to use the Myers Briggs Type Indicator for recruitment and recruiting The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI is a personality profiling tool that looks at preferences on four dimensions of personality MBTI is great for developing individuals and teams because it helps raise self awareess and awareness of others the building blocks of emotional intelligence We provide a range of Myers Briggs based development workshops However Myers Briggs should not be used for recruitment and recruiting The Myers Briggs type indicator only looks at preferences there is no measure of ability and so you do not know if you are recruiting someone with all the good day behaviours associated with a preference or all the bad day behaviours Recruitment and recruiting using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator is therefore open to legal challenge and should not be considered If you want to use a personality profiling tool for recruitment then we recommend the Occupational Personality Questionnaire OPQ and we can provide this for you Contact us now or call Colin Graves on 07881 636538 Back to Myers Briggs Posts

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  • The 5 Secrets to Passing the Myers Briggs Test
    Happen Work Life Balance In House Programmes and Coaching Recruitment and Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog The 5 Secrets to passing the Myers Briggs Test 4th Mar 2014 I have been administering the Myers Briggs Type Indicator for the past ten years I am often asked how do you get the best result or how do I ensure I pass the Myers Briggs test In this post I am going to share the five secrets to answer these questions Secret 1 Answer quickly without too much deliberation The Myers Briggs Type Indicator is looking at your preferences across four dimensions of personality It asks similar questions several times to get a sense of the preference It is best to answer the questions quickly without too much deliberation as for most questions you could probably make a case in certain situations at certain times for different answers but your first gut reaction is likely to be your preference Secret 2 Answer for yourself Don t try to second guess what you think is the right answer or what you think you should answer or would like to answer The Myers Briggs Type Indicator is primarily used to help build your emotional intelligence through understanding yourself better first and then being able to understand others better Secret 3 Answer as the natural you We are all different sometimes maybe at home or at work or with family or with friends for example The Myers Briggs Type Indicator questionnaire should be answered as the natural you the underlying personality onto which behaviours are added contingent to the circumstance Secret 4 It is not a test The clue to how to answer the questionnaire is in its

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  • Myers Briggs, MBTI, Team Days and Team Building
    Coaching Coach Supervision Solutions In house Interpersonal Skills Workshops Emotional Intelligence The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI Specialists Presenting Yourself With IMPACT Insights Discovery Developing Talent Personality Profiling Making Change Happen Work Life Balance In House Programmes and Coaching Recruitment and Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Have you considered a Myers Briggs Team Day 1st Feb 2014 Have you considered a Myers Briggs Team Day training course to help with team development and team building Here is some feedback from a day I did recently I have spoken to all who attended and they all enjoyed it and found it very useful Some comments that were made were a very interesting thought provoking and fun morning he also did a good job of getting input out of the whole team The tasks and visuals were also great fun and the way of introducing ourselves through these broke a lot of barriers for people I m sure we will be able to build on this and will be in touch with you later in the year regarding further team building ideas See our Myers Briggs page for more information or call Colin Graves on 07881 636538 Think about a Myers Briggs MBTI team day training course if you would like your team to have Greater understanding of their own personal operating style and how that may affect their relationships with others and performance at work Recognition of and appreciation for differences with others thus reducing conflict and enhancing team interaction Recognition of individual contributions to the team thus enhancing creativity and the problem solving ability of the team Ability to see things from other perspectives valuing diversity and so enabling teamwork to flourish A

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  • Myers Briggs for NHS Teams – Team Development
    What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Menu Home Leadership Leadership Development Programmes Management Team Development Leadership and Management Development Coaching 360 Degree Feedback Development Centres Team Team Coaching Team Development Coaching Coaching Skills Training Executive Coaching Presenting Yourself With Impact Coaching Creating a Coaching Culture ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching ILM Level 7 Certificate in Coaching Coach Supervision Solutions In house Interpersonal Skills Workshops Emotional Intelligence The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI Specialists Presenting Yourself With IMPACT Insights Discovery Developing Talent Personality Profiling Making Change Happen Work Life Balance In House Programmes and Coaching Recruitment and Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Myers Briggs for NHS Teams Team Development 22nd Apr 2012 Many NHS trusts are increasingly interested in raising performance through improving the way teams within the organisation perform and work together The Myers Briggs Type Indicator we have found is a great way to bring teams together as it highlights in a very non judgemental way how different personalities interact in a work environment We have worked with a wide range of NHS trusts including hospital foundation trusts PCTs GPs and Ambulance services In a team day or half day we enable participants to increase their own self awareness and then the awareness of others in the team Then with a number of highly participative exercise we explore how they can use their knowledge of personality to improve meetings communication implementation of change and teamwork Contact us now on 07881 636538 to discuss There is more on the website at http www iridiumconsulting co uk myers briggs for nhs teams Posted In Myers Briggs Team development Uncategorized Search for Recent Posts Creating Collaborative Teams Collaboration at Work Where can I

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  • Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator in Recruitment and Selection
    Certificate in Coaching ILM Level 7 Certificate in Coaching Coach Supervision Solutions In house Interpersonal Skills Workshops Emotional Intelligence The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI Specialists Presenting Yourself With IMPACT Insights Discovery Developing Talent Personality Profiling Making Change Happen Work Life Balance In House Programmes and Coaching Recruitment and Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator in Recruitment and Selection 16th Jan 2011 We are often asked to provide the Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI for recruitment and selection and our answer is always definitely not because you could end up in court at an employment tribunal The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI is what it says on the tin an indicator an indicator of preferences It is an invaluable tool to aid self understanding and understanding of others in a developmental context but it is not an accurate predictor of success or otherwise in a job For each Myers Briggs type there are good day and less good day behaviours If you use the MBTI for recruitment or selection you don t know which type of behaviour will show up As the Myers Briggs Type Indicator only looks at preferences a candidate can challenge any selection made using it by effectively agreeing that they have preferences like we all do but then insisting that it doesn t mean the other side of each personality dimension is not effectively used as well There are a range of psychometric tools that can help add data into the recruitment or selection process and our clients tend to use the Occupational Personality questionnaire from SHL If you would like more advice on which personality questionnaire to use in recruitment and selection contact

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