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September 28, 2022

What Integrators Aren’t Telling You

The thinking profile that risks “losing their own voice,” has plenty to say. They may just have a hard time saying it to you.
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August 30, 2022

What does your profile's energy wave tell you?

We all have thinking preferences. Each of us has a high, neutral or low preference for every stage in the problem-solving process. We like to spend time and energy in areas of high preference. We may lose energy and focus in areas of low preference. Great solutions need all four types of thinking. So, if you let your
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October 23, 2021

Learning Agility: Don't let preferences steer you in the wrong direction

A tale of two employees:  She was the best of employees. He was…well, let’s just say he didn’t last.
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October 5, 2021

Viva Implementers! | FourSight

It was six hours before the big workshop in Las Vegas. 88 people were signed up, and less than half had done their FourSight assessment. The group activity I planned to facilitate hinged on knowing people’s profiles. It wasn’t going to work with half the results.
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March 11, 2020

Can FourSight Profiles Be Used for Hiring? | FourSight

Recently a FourSight facilitator wrote in the following question: Can I use FourSight profiles for hiring? —Harry
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October 23, 2019

What's a Developer? | FourSight

Developers are the rarest of the four profiles. Only 6% of people in our database are single-preference Developers.
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August 27, 2018

What makes an “Ideal Student”?

The answer may surprise you.
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July 8, 2018

What's an Idea? | FourSight

Ideas fuel innovation. No ideas? No innovation! But what are ideas exactly? In this interview we ask Gerard Puccio PhD, author of “Creative Leadership” and the “FourSight® Thinking Profile” and chair of the oldest Master of Science program in Creative Studies, to illuminate what ideas are and where they come from.
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March 18, 2018

Wandering Wisely | FourSight

A few years ago, I backpacked through Southeast Asia with my best friend, Lauren. We started in Kuala Lumpur, and by time we parted ways in Ho Chi Minh City, we were in the throws of violent food poisoning and barely on speaking terms. I was exasperated that Lauren had no interest in decision making, and Lauren was
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