Working in teams always poses a unique challenge, yet cohesive team performance is often the means through which many organizations thrive. Without a positive team culture and a workforce that functions effectively together, your competitive advantage is as good as dead. More is accomplished through...

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Conscientiousness is an element of TRACOM’s Behavioral EQ Model, measuring the capacity to take personal responsibility for performance. It is an indicator of reliability – the ability to meet commitments, objectives, and to hold oneself accountable. Individuals who measure high in conscientious...

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An article published on Inc.com features Casey Mulqueen, TRACOM’s Director of Research and Development, discussing the ways in which we can control the brain’s response to emotions in order to become a better leader. In the article How To Be A Better Leader By Rewiring Your Brain written by Will...

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What causes people to have poor self-confidence? The most prominent cause of poor self-confidence is due to our negativity bias. As a survival mechanism, the human brain evolved to easily identify threats. This means people are hyper-sensitive and more reactive to feelings of threat, even when these...

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Many times people in the same job function have similar strengths and weaknesses. That’s why job-specific norms are important when it comes to understanding your SOCIAL STYLE and Versatility relative to an appropriate peer group. Why wouldn’t you want to compare yourself to others with whom you...

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