Thursday, March 06, 2014

Introverts unite - separately, in your own homes

If you feel drained by too much contact with other people and need to recharge your energy levels by being alone after a day at the office or a night out, you are probably an introvert. Today's workplace, however, is geared towards extroverts: team work, open-plan offices and frequent meetings.

If this sounds a bit like you, you might like to have a look at this website about managing your inner introvert. Also, our Working Style Analysis report will have ideas on how best to arrange your work place and work pace to suit your needs.

This tool guides you through your individual working style needs, helping you in the following areas:
  • Better communication between you and your colleagues
  • Sharper problem solving and creativity
  • More productive meetings
  • Better time management
  • Less stress under pressure
  • Happier healthier work areas
  • Stronger team spirit
  • Increased flexibility and tolerance
  • Easier learning curves
WSA costs less than psychometric testing, but it goes deeper. WSA reveals all your bio-physical makeup and conditioned style elements across the six key areas in the Working Style Pyramid Model: Information Processing, Sensory Modalities, Physical Needs, Environmental Preferences, Social Aspects, Professional Attitudes.


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