As I’m delving further into the world of personalities and working with people, I’m starting to come to the conclusion that it may be a smoke screen or a bit of a red herring to what’s going on.
The reason being is because you can get two people of vastly contrasting personalities who happily accept what you do
And conversely, you may get two people with the same contrasting types of personalities who fight against you.
Don’t get me wrong; knowing some ones personalities and idiosyncrasies is important though I think something else is underling where problems stem from and it could be as simple as this:
Are the players accepting what you are doing?
Are the players fighting against what you are doing
It’s not the personality that’s at the heart of the issue; it’s the person’s character
When it comes to fighting there are two types, they being:
With passive being the more insidious of the two
If players are fighting against what is being done and implemented, there are two questions to ask:
Are they fighting because they don’t understand?
Are they fighting because it’s a power thing?
A person’s personality is important because that is how they interact, though if there are issues, generally:
It’s not the personality that’s at the heart of the issue; it’s the person’s character, because:
A person’s character drives the issues that arise