Tag: individual directions inventory

Motivation and Leadership: What Drives Effective Leaders?

By on Friday, December 3, 2021

What drives you? What drains you? Be honest; when is the last time you stopped to consider the answers to those questions? While the forces of motivation play a significant role in how you approach the world, they are often overlooked. Many leaders get focused on what they’re good at or what they struggle with, […]

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Webinar Wrap-Up: Taking a Thoughtful Approach to Career Transitions

By on Thursday, October 28, 2021

Last week, Andrew Rand and David Ringwood offered a webinar that took us through three key things to consider when making a career transition. Given the tight labor market – and the pressure people may be feeling to go where the grass is greener – it’s certainly a timely topic. Miss the broadcast? Fear not! […]

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Conflict Resolution: Navigating Tricky Motivational Combinations

By on Saturday, April 3, 2021

Motivation plays a major role in the way we approach the world – and often, in the way we approach others. Not only do our motivations influence our own actions, they also color the way we interpret the actions of others. And when certain combinations collide, it can lead to conflict. While people’s strongest motivations […]

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The Motivational Mix: Exploring how Drivers Connect (and Conflict)

By on Monday, March 8, 2021

Understanding your motivations is an eye-opening experience. While most of us think we have a pretty good handle on what makes us tick, true self-awareness is actually quite challenging to achieve. So sitting down with the results from a deeply personal psychometric like the Individual Directions Inventory™ often leads to some pretty major “aha” moments. […]

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Webinar Wrap Up: Coaching for Career Transitions

By on Monday, March 1, 2021

Looking for answers? Jump straight to the Q&A with our experts here. Careers are constantly in motion. In generations past, it was not unusual to spend decades at a single organization. These days, that is a rare pattern indeed. Even before the pandemic upended career plans for many, 51% of people in the U.S. changed […]

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Conflict Resolution: Mapping a Clear Path Forward

By on Wednesday, February 17, 2021

When we think of resolving conflict in the workplace, we may think of heated moments or tense confrontations. While those moments may draw the most attention, they are typically symptoms of tensions that have simmered for much longer. To more effectively support people in preventing future conflict, it helps to zoom out and take a […]

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