They say you can choose your friends, not your family – and the same applies to the workplace. Given the choice, most of us would choose different colleagues to the ones we’re lumbered with for eight hours a day. And yet, working with a diverse hodgepodge of individuals is strangely satisfying, and par for the course in a tight-knit office environment.
A study has found that chief financial officers can be named as one of six types based on their approaches to leadership. It turns out you may want to be careful about what type of person is managing the accounts of your company, as they could damage the business.
Truity Psychometrics carried out a survey of career outcomes among Briggs Myers' 16 personality types to assess if some personality traits are more likely to result in higher earnings or better career progression.