Individually unique, collectively perfect

December 8, 2017


Individually unique, collectively perfect

One of the cornerstones in teamwork is to understand and acknowledge differences across personalities and preferences. “Being aware of different personal preferences is especially important when team sizes increase and you cannot be as close to everyone anymore”, says Stefan Bülow, head of Bülow & QVARTZ in Hamburg. Therefore, Dorte Bregnhøj, Head of People and Partner in QVARTZ, visited the Hamburg office for an eye-opening MBTI session, where different personal profiles and preferences were revealed. The results showed quite an even spread across the four MBTI quadrants of preference pairs – or, put differently, a diverse and dynamic office with multiple different personalities, preferences and approaches.