Understanding your management style: beyond the Myers-Briggs type indicators
An excellent tool for evaluating management potential, and assessing your own approach. Author Robert Benfari presents four factors that determine management style, explains how to analyze each, and how to apply them when evaluating your abilities or those of managerial candidates.
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A Jungian Primer
The Sixteen MBTI Types
Pathways to Competence
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