September is Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) Awareness Month. Most people are familiar with attention deficit disorder (also known as ADD), as it has received quite a bit of attention in recent years. Many researchers believe that the abilities and limitations that comprise ADD are largely inherited and passed down from generation to generation. However, often […]
All too often, people make the mistake of thinking that good communication begins and ends with the speaker. However, taking into account who you’re speaking to and how their personality affects their communication style also plays a significant role in strong communication. Over the past two blogs, we’ve discussed some of the more common personalities […]
Last week, we discussed a couple of the personality types you may encounter in the workplace and how you can tailor your communication style to best suit each. In today’s blog, we’ll present a few more classic personality types you’re likely to run into around the office.
You may consider yourself an excellent communicator: you speak clearly and at an understandable rate, you use professional language, and you use body language that communicates confidence and professionalism. However, there may be one aspect of your communication you haven’t considered: how to communicate with different personality types. Anyone who’s worked in an office knows […]