You might. I asked this of a friend recently regarding a personal group I was working with, wondering if this role just might be essential in all areas of life. I hate being managed, it goes with my personality and leadership style, so I was a little sheepish when I asked. He liked the idea, … Continue reading Do you need a chairperson?
I first of all want to thank the awesome group at Mile Two Discipleship School for welcoming me into their circle last! It was a pleasure to help in the area of self awareness and learning to lead from your own unique place in life. This involves the Myers-Briggs type material, but definitely goes beyond … Continue reading A Leader is not Necessarily a Commander
Have you ever considered radio waves in your home? I am not trying to worry you, but they are everywhere. And they are not alone. There are slower moving waves you create in your kitchen that ripple right through your body. Every time you pick up your cell phone and put it next to your … Continue reading Are you making waves?
Last week the NFL honoured a small group of individuals by being selected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which means they received their 'beige jackets'. Yes, I am a football fan, and this post does apply to you. Two of the players honoured led contentious careers, which were marked by soundbites against their … Continue reading Is it an outcome? Or an occurrence?
A Sunday afternoon is often a time for lazing around. Not yesterday! I was blessed to work through the MBTI with a group of energetic youth leaders! Thanks for inviting me in to help with learning about self, and learning about team. Keep growing forward!
Thank you Camp Assiniboia! I had the priviledge of spending a day with the camp leadership team as they learned more about themselves and how they get along. There were plenty of laughs and great insights around the circle. Each person did the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and shared openly about their thoughts on their personality … Continue reading Camp Assiniboia and the MBTI!
Do you have poison on your team? Or is it a form of healthy opposition to make the system stronger? I have considered this problem for a long time. I hate gossip, so much of what I have seen in team dynamics gone bad is just the many faces and effects of gossip. Words are … Continue reading Do your words help or hurt your team?
Boxing week has personality and so do you! Do you understand how your personality impacts those around you? Sign up this week for an MBTI session in the new year and I'll show you how. (BOXING WEEK HAS PERSONALITY! Sale) Stuck, or not going into the new year, we all need a moment to become our … Continue reading The ‘Boxing Week has got personality’ sale!
So maybe you're not into Christmas like I am... Sorry. Thankfully, Jerry Seinfeld came up with a response for the personality types that prefer no outward celebration of holidays or festivities: Festivus! I celebrate mine by fully preparing for Christmas, so there are no airing of grievances here. But maybe a little feats of strength... … Continue reading Merry Festivus!
That is the question we were left with after my last blog. Business or personal, we are humans interacting and wanting the best for those closest to us. So what does it look like? I have said it, you have, we all have. We tell people we do something or want something because we 'care'. … Continue reading What does caring look like?
What a great day of listening and learning together! I appreciate times like this where I get invited into the safe space of a team, allowed to walk with them and guide the discussion towards growth. The MBTI unlocks some closed doors and starts new conversations. A team, regardless of how long they have been together, or … Continue reading Thank you McIvor!
I had the privilege of joining some of the ministry leaders of Jubilee Church for a day at the cottage this past weekend, and I felt blessed for it! There is nothing quite like being in the beauty of creation with folks who desire to listen for clarity in their vision. For me it is … Continue reading Jubilee Retreat: Creating space to listen