Robin McClure

July 18, 2017

Building Trust through Consistency

This is the second discussion in the series “Navigating to Total Engagement” and will focus upon the first pillar of C3 Communication – Consistency. “It’s not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives. It’s what we do consistently.” – Tony Robbins Consistency in your communication efforts will demonstrate sincerity and integrity. Your ability to accurately recall an employee’s family dynamics can be an invaluable experience, or not.  Remembering that Kathy’s husband is recovering from knee surgery […]
July 18, 2017

The Communication Marathon

“The art of communication is the language of leadership” –James C. Homes This is the third article dedicated to assisting leadership in connecting to and harnessing the power of their teams.  The theme throughout these chats remains Knowing Your People. Now onto the second pillar of C3 Communication. Closely aligned with achieving constant communication is ensuring that you are putting in place engagement opportunities that will ensure your consistent messages are continuous. This is not a sprint but a marathon, […]
June 12, 2018

Five Factors of Personality

Development of the five factors of personality began in 1933 when Louis Thurston challenged a group of professionals to create a common language for describing personality. The goal of this challenge was to shrink the more than 18,000 words that described the individual differences in the English Dictionary. Since then, much research has been done on the vocabulary and the relationship between words and individuals to the the major categories used to describe personality. The five-factor model was shared in […]
June 16, 2018

What Is the Five Factor Model of Personality?

The WorkPlace Big Five Suite of Assessments uses a common language to identify and describe the individual traits that determine human behavior. The Five Factor Model is the core of the WorkPlace Big Five Profile and is considered the gold standard of personality measurement by psychologists and researchers. The WorkPlace Big Five is one of the most psychometrically valid and reliable instruments in the industry. There are thousands of scholarly articles on the five-factor model, supporting that this is a […]