Archive for June, 2010

Just For Fun

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010 Posted in Just For Fun | No Comments »

And, apropos of nothing, my new favorite word is thumbo. It’s what you get when you’re typing with your thumbs and press the wrong key. Read more..

Just For Fun

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010 Posted in Just For Fun | No Comments »

Another favorite video: my APTi colleague Jill Chivers on New Zealand TV being interviewed about her personal blog chronicling her “Year Without Clothes Shopping.” Yes, you read that right. Jill is ... Read more..

Two Essential Strategies for Career Success

Friday, June 25th, 2010 Posted in Business, Communication, Management, Professional Development | No Comments »

The final two essential strategies for career success are: Resist the urge to contract, and expand instead Prioritize your development, even if it can’t be to previous levels Resist the urge to contract, ... Read more..

Engaging Resistance

Friday, June 18th, 2010 Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments »

Dr. Aaron Anderson is about to release a new book from Stanford Press, Engaging Resistance: How Ordinary People Successfully Champion Change. I’m quoted in the book (well, assuming the quote survives ... Read more..

Check it out!

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010 Posted in News | No Comments »

Speaking of things to check out, this is the funniest video about personality types I’ve ever seen: http://www.aptinternational.org/APT-International-Conference.aspx. In our attempts to ensure that our instruments aren’t trifled with or seen ... Read more..

Big News

Monday, June 14th, 2010 Posted in News | No Comments »

That’s my husband, Kirk, in his graduation gear. Hurray! His MBA program ends on July 1, but since the university holds their graduation ceremonies in May, he and his classmates ... Read more..

The Second Essential Strategy for Career Success

Friday, June 11th, 2010 Posted in Communication, Management, Professional Development | No Comments »

This essential strategy can go to any level of depth you want. This strategy is simply to learn and apply the science of interpreting behavior to avoid assuming your way ... Read more..