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Have you ever walked into a room and felt instantly overwhelmed because you felt hyper-aware of everyone’s energy and emotions? According to the Myers-Briggs assessment, you might identify as a ‘feeler’ (or an F).
Differences between personality types are a part of every single workplace conflict I have ever mediated and I’ve seen a lot of conflicts between the ‘thinkers’ and ‘feelers’. In this episode of That C Word, I welcome long-time friend and collaborator Roxanne Carter-Thompson, Executive Director of The Adventure Group to share her strategy for turning that superpower on when she needs it and how to dial it back for self-preservation. Join us as we chat about conflict, that ‘c’ word, and how clashing personality types can lead to workplace conflict.
About today’s guest:
Roxanne Carter-Thompson has spent the past 28 years working collaboratively to grow a non-profit organization that supports individuals to reach their full potential, As an experiential educator, it has been her role to hold up the mirror and allow people to see what has been there all along.
She is the Executive Director of The Adventure Group, was a faculty member of UPEI’s Centre for Conflict Resolution Studies for 10 years and she also created and taught leadership courses for Holland College Sport and Recreation students for more than 10 years. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge as she has facilitated more than 800 workshops in the areas of personal growth and self-awareness, leadership, and communication.
Tune in as we discuss:
👉 Conflict between ‘thinkers’ and ‘feelers’
👉 How to harness your superpower as a ‘feeler’ personality types and workplace conflict
In this episode, we mentioned the following resources:
- How To Create A Collaborative Workplace- A Step-by-Step Guide – Click to access!
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