MBTI Types and Sales 

The Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is based on a questionnaire and assigns a combination of different aspects of your personality; these combinations define the way you connect and communicate with others and perceive the world.   “Understanding these qualities is especially important when working in sales, as the field depends on adaptability and working with others.”… Read More »

How to navigate your personality type in the office

Work culture in 2022 is in flux – some teams have moved completely remote, some are returning to the office, and some are doing a bit of both in a hybrid model. Regardless of whether your team is hanging out by the water cooler or on Zoom, everyone has moments where it feels like we’re… Read More »

Enneagram Types and Sales

The Enneagram test uses a questionnaire to analyze your core motivations, desires, and fears. These aspects of your personality tend to drive your behavior and the way you relate to others. As we mentioned in our blog post on different personality tests, you can use your understanding of how you interact with others and your… Read More »

What’s your type: How your personality can boost your career

How do personality types affect our careers? “As our work culture continues to evolve and change in a post-2020 world, we are starting to have a better idea of how our personalities and working styles can either inhibit or boost our success.” Says Abby Prince, ProSearch Director Studies have shown that not only is compatibility between… Read More »

Building and Keeping Strong Teams with Career Pathing

What is career pathing? Exactly what it sounds like. Career pathing is the process where a supervisor or manager works with their employee to develop a potential trajectory within their organization. This strategy can help you and your organization by: Addressing skill gaps Increasing employee engagement Organizing and structuring teams Reducing turnover and increasing internal… Read More »

Five Reads to Keep You Inspired in 2022

“Whether you’re looking to beef up your small-talk game, need a mental push to get you on track, or just want a pastime away from the screen, finding your next great read can be challenging amidst the millions of titles that promise wisdom in entertaining, bite-sized pieces.” Says Abby Prince, ProSearch Director To help you on… Read More »

Rise of the Direct Hire: Staying Ahead of Job Market Trends in 2022

In an ever-evolving global job market, employers and potential employees are always looking for ways to make sustainable and meaningful connections. As we look to the new year and consider strategies in building and retaining quality, reliable talent, staffing agencies are also evolving business practices to match market demand and trends. The Direct Hire A… Read More »

Best U.S. Cities for Working Remotely

As our work continues to shift more toward cloud-based collaboration and digitized processes, the office is also evolving from a sedentary setting with conference rooms and whiteboards to wherever in the world we can check emails and send messages on Slack. With leading businesses like Adobe, Salesforce, and Twitter completely switching to hybrid or fully… Read More »

How to Follow Through with Resolutions

As 2022 rolls in and our bullet journals and OneNotes fill up with New Year’s resolutions—gym goals, soda moratoriums, getting to inbox zero, etc., everyone is thinking of how to use these next 12 months to become their very best self. Last year, nearly 75% of Americans said they were determined to make new habits… Read More »

Tips for Resetting After the Holidays

It’s the new year and your team is back in the office, sipping coffee from holiday mugs as everyone turns off their out-of-office automatic responses and thinks about the year ahead. When resetting after the winter holidays, you may find your office’s spirit and energy levels up in the air. Some folks may be rejuvenated… Read More »