There have been countless studies on personality types and how they relate to performance under various job types. An extraverted individual will likely perform better selling real estate than writing tax returns. That is not to say that an employee cannot complete tasks outside of their comfort zone. But, if their employee effectively identifies their strengths and provides them with responsibilities that rely on those strengths, it will lead to maximum performance, as well as higher employee morale. It’s a win-win situation. Here are a few resources to get you pointed in the right direction:
This is a great resource to determine your employees’ personality types. You can then alter their responsibilities to tap into their strengths for optimal performance. It also leads to higher self-awareness in your employees, which will further improve efficiencies in the way they work.
Who said this process had to be painful? The Johari game is performed by your team and will help to enhance teamwork, leadership, and diversity, as well as avoid intra-organizational issues.
Further develop the members of your team through tools, tests and quizzes to help with stress and time management. This will help to improve both morale and efficiencies within your workplace.
By fostering strengths, developing skills and catering to your employees differing personalities, you will notice immediate positive results that will keep your business on the right track.
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