Any trainer, coach, consultant or general Type user interested in doing fun, engaging and/or developmental work with Type has a compelling new tool to consider—the Pearman Personality Integrator In a seven-year collaboration, long-time Type author and thought leader Dr. Roger Pearman and MHS (the publisher of the EQ-i) have created a rich and powerful new way to assess, understand and apply Carl Jung’s Type model. The Pearman Personality Integrator—Type’s newest (and sharpest) assessment tool Since the introduction of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator in the mid 1970s, Type tools have all focused on identifying an unchanging four-letter Type (ISTJ, ENFP and the like), but the thrust of Type theory has always been the development of Type—to be…
Collective Impact vs. Collaboration: Do You Know the Differences?
Exponent Philanthropy thanks the Annie E. Casey Foundation for partnering to deliver a 3-part “Improving Outcomes for Children & Families” webinar series. This post is based on one part of the …
Daniel H. Pollitt Papers, 1935-2009
Daniel Hubbard Pollitt was born in Washington, D.C., in 1921 to Mima Riddiford and Basil Hubbard Pollitt. Both parents were lawyers in the New Deal administration of President Franklin Roosevelt and committed to principles of social justice. In 1939, Pollitt set off to college at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., where he earned a bachelor of arts degree in government. In 1943, he joined the United States Marine Corps and served as an infantry officer in the Pacific theater during World War II. After the war ended, Pollitt studied law at Cornell University, earning a LL.B. degree and graduating with honors in 1949 Pollitt worked for a year in the private law firm of McFarland and Sellers, followed by another year as law clerk to Judge Henry W. Edgerton of the United States…
Capital Markets Infrastructure: An Industry Reinventing Itself
Capital markets infrastructure providers (CMIPs) -- the platforms, pipes and plumbing of global finance -- have been conspicuous high achievers in recent years. However, this is an industry undergoing widespread change. To continue to thrive, providers must proactively reposition themselves along the value chain, based on a strategy and roadmap that reflects their expertise. The biggest successes are likely to be inspired by visionary strategies and a fearless effort to reshape the business model. Based on extensive proprietary McKinsey research, this report presents eight key principles that CMIP firms need to consider as they navigate a changing industry landscape.
How Cloud-Based Sales Software Helps Companies Scale
Having trouble growing sales? Application software won't just help, it will also transform your entire operation.
Four sinkholes open up at Top of the Rock golf course
Representative says Department of Natural Resources is evaluating the situation.
Extending anti-estrogen therapy to 10 years reduces breast-cancer recurrence, new cancers
Ten years of hormone therapy reduces risk of breast-cancer recurrences, study shows
How to Prune a Sago Palm
The Green Industry News presents Richard Daigle with Irrigator Tech as he demonstrates proper technique of sago palm pruning
Tips on making counseling a success story
As I mentioned in the last article, April is Counseling Awareness Month. After being a counselor for more than 10 years and visiting with many people about counseling, I came to the conclusion a long time ago that when people think of counseling, they think of sitting or laying on a couch and talking to someone who constantly asks "how does that make you feel."
Michigan basketball coach resigns because 'parents have taken the fun out of it'
A Michigan high school basketball coach has resigned after leading his team to the regional championship game. While Clayton Castor wrote that there were a number of reasons for his departure at Gl…