A team with personality
The staff completed the Myers Briggs Type Indicator assessment, a personality questionnaire that identifies a person's top four personality types from a total of eight possibilities. Of the eight types, the assessment pegged Coblentz, pictured above, as the following: extrovert, intuitive, thinking, and judging.
"It's easy to feel insignificant in a large practice," Coblentz says. "But this was a fun and helpful way of interacting with all departments and personnel." Besides getting a better inner perspective, team members also gained a better appreciation for each other. "We all learned so much about how introverts and extroverts work together and how they need each other to survive," she says.