Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: High Aggression

In this week’s behavioral scale deep dive, we look at someone who scores high in aggression and give tips on how to best manage and encourage their growth-let’s dive in!

The Silent Treatment: Passive-Aggressive Tendencies in Low Aggression Scorers

In managing someone with a low aggression score, it’s important to watch out for passive-aggressive behavior, understand where it comes from and know how to help them in a healthy way. Learn more in this post.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: Low Aggression

In this week’s behavioral scale deep dive, we explore the natural tendencies of someone with a low aggression score and give advice to best manage and encourage their growth.

Establishing New Year’s Intentions with Mindfulness

Whether we like it or not, the beginning of a new decade cues our minds to reflect and think about habits we want to change, or new things we want to welcome into our life. By establishing your intentions with thoughtful reflection and mindfulness, you’ll be setting yourself up well for a fulfilling journey of personal growth. Here are a few practical steps and ideas to help you stick with your intentions!

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: High Change

In this week’s behavioral scale deep dive, we explore the natural tendencies of someone with a high change score and give advice to best manage and encourage their growth.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: Low Change

In this week’s behavioral scale deep dive, we explore the natural tendencies of someone with a low change score and give advice to best manage and encourage their growth.

Give Thanks: The Life Giving Gift of Gratitude

With Thanksgiving this week, we can feel the benefits of slowing down and appreciating those we love and all of the gifts given to us in our life. By learning how to cultivate these good feelings into our everyday life, we can experience the life giving gift of gratitude everyday, instead of just on Thanksgiving.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: High Support

Opposite to last week’s behavioral scale deep dive, we all know someone who cares about people deeply and is always going out of their way to be kind and encouraging. Here’s how to understand employees with a high support score, and manage them in a way that helps them succeed.

The Importance of Self-Care for Leaders

As a leader, it’s easy to think that 15 hour work days are the key to success. However, if you are able to dedicate more time to take care of yourself and chill out, you’ll be more centered and better equipped to lead your people effectively.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: Low Support

In this week’s behavioral scale deep dive, we explore the natural tendencies of someone with a low support score and give advice to best manage and encourage their growth.