Originally published on the Facio blog Facio behavioural reports are powerful, versatile tools in the development process. Not only do they offer strong, direct 1-to-1 development with the self-assessment but the 360 aspect adds extra layers of richness and insight.
Last week I read a story about a young man who passed away and, in his will, left $500 to tip a random restaurant server. This thoughtful gesture turned out to be an inspiration for others, as watching video of
Originally published on the Facio blog As I’ve become increasingly well-versed in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator(R) over the past couple of years, I keep discovering it is like an onion: the deeper you get the more layers there are. The
Originally published on the Facio blog One of the most frequently confused parts of Myers-Briggs style personality frameworks†is the distinction between thinking and feeling. I was reminded of this recently when a friend said his wife is convinced he is
Originally published on the Facio blog Over the last two years I’ve finished certification on three different psychological tools, with the fourth to finish up this summer. The one that has the longest history is the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. The
Originally published on the Facio blog When I am introduced to someone new the first thing I do is Google them. I’m looking for their personal website first and foremost, as well as their Twitter stream and LinkedIn page. I