Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: Low Criticality

Are you often more tolerant and accepting of others? Would you consider yourself optimistic and less judgmental? If so, you may be a low scorer in criticality. Let’s take a look at the behavioral traits of someone with a low score in criticality and what managers can do to best encourage their growth.

15 Quotes About Emotions to Help you Refrain, Reframe and Relax

There’s no denying that emotions are a part of us, whether it be anxiety, fear, anger, jealousy, you name it. We all have them and they often cause pain for many of us. How we manage our feelings, however, has a direct relationship to our happiness, and the impact, whether positive or negative, we have on others. Here are 15 quotes about emotions to help you refrain, reframe and relax.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: High Military Leadership

Do you work hard to meet personal and team goals? Do you value organization and planning? If so, you may be a high scorer in military leadership. Let’s take a look at the behavioral traits of someone with a high score in military leadership and what managers can do to best encourage their growth.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: Low Military Leadership

Do you tend to stretch limits? Are you a risk taker? If so, you may be a low scorer in military leadership. Let’s take a look at the behavioral traits of someone with a low score in military leadership and what managers can do to best encourage their growth.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: Low Personal Adjustment

Do you tend to overreact to situations? Are you easily stressed out? If so, you may be a low scorer in personal adjustment. Let’s take a look at the behavioral traits of someone with a low score in personal adjustment and what managers can do to best encourage their growth.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: Low Self-Control

Do you tend to bend the rules and love to stretch limits? Are you easily bored? If so, you may be a low scorer in self-control. Let’s take a look at the behavioral traits of someone with a low score in self-control and what managers can do to best encourage their growth.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: High Submissiveness

Are you kind and supportive in team settings? Would you rather agree with someone else’s opinion to avoid a conflict? If so, you may be a high scorer in submissiveness. Let’s take a look at the behavioral traits of someone with a high score in submissiveness and what managers can do to best encourage their growth.

6 Tips for Introverts to Deal with Zoom Fatigue

Although experts have shown that zoom fatigue is a real thing despite where you land on the extrovert/introvert spectrum, for more extroverted, “life of the party” (high exhibition and networking scorers) people, this type of high-energy environment might not seem too bad on it’s own. However, for more introverted types, a day of constant zooming sounds miserable. Here are six ideas for employees and managers to deal with zoom fatigue.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: Low Submissiveness

Do you love competition? Are you often the most tenacious one at the table? If so, you may be a low scorer in submissiveness. Let’s take a look at the behavioral traits of someone with a low score in submissiveness and what managers can do to best encourage their growth.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: High Self-Critical

Do you find yourself worrying about what might go wrong? Are you often too hard on yourself? If so, you may be a high scorer in self-critical. Let’s take a look at the behavioral traits of someone with a high score in self-critical and what you can do to best encourage their growth.