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You hire each employee to fulfill a specific role within your organization. And, with rare exceptions, most of your team members want to meet or exceed your expectations. But they also want more. Your employees yearn to feel a deep passion for their work and to be inspired by your company’s mission. They long to make a positive impact on the world around them.

As their leader, you should desire these things for your team. By unleashing their passion, you’ll help your staff feel empowered, fulfilled, and happy. Passion starts with employee engagement.

According to Gallup, “…engaged employees produce better business outcomes than other employees -- across industry, company size, and nationality, and in good economic times and bad.” The numbers bear this out; the behaviors of highly engaged business units result in a 23% difference in profitability. If that’s not incentive enough to focus on engagement, Gallup also reported, “Not engaged or actively disengaged employees account for approximately $1.9 trillion in lost productivity nationally.”

When your employees have this deep connection to their jobs, your company will reap numerous benefits. Engagement will go up. Turnover will go down. And your team will become an innovative, problem-solving force that fosters productive relationships and pursues continuous learning -- all in the name of moving your enterprise forward.

So how do you encourage, tap into, and nurture your employees’ passions? You:

Set the Culture

Your organization has to facilitate passion through engagement. And your company culture must reflect that desire to support the differing needs of each team member.

Shaping a culture that fosters passion begins with leadership -- old-school, rigid micromanaging and narrow-focused supervision is out. Collaborative, flexible, trusting, and visionary leadership is in.

Your employees need to know that it’s okay to fail if a calculated risk doesn’t pay off. They also need to know that you’re not after perfection -- you’re after results. And, while today’s performance is important, tomorrow’s growth and evolution are even more so.

This organizational stance has to be championed from the top down. As a leader, you need to model the behavior you want to see in your employees. Let your own passion show before you can expect your team to reveal theirs.

Show the Impact

To be genuinely invested in and truly passionate about their work, your employees need to see that what they do matters. To help them recognize this, show them how their effort impacts their department, organization, and community. When each employee can trace their output to a larger outcome, they’ll take ownership of it and strive to improve.

Here are a few ways you can show your employees their real impact:

Provide the Opportunity

According to Omnia’s 2024 Talent Trends report, “The value of a company aligning with the ambitions of employees is clear. 77% of job applicants research company culture before applying for a job. 92% say that the company culture impacts their decision to stay longer.”

When you invest in an employee’s development, you tell them that you care about them and their career. With an enhanced skill set, they’ll feel more confident navigating uncertain times. They’ll also feel more loyal to your organization.

This development can also uncover and nurture your employees’ passions. As they learn by creating and doing, they’ll realize their potential and find new ways to help your organization achieve its goals. It’s a real win-win.

For best results, provide each employee with various developmental experiences tailored to their emerging skills and interests. Let them interact with other passionate team members across the organization to spread enthusiasm and innovation. And most importantly, give them ample space to experiment and implement what they learn.

How Omnia Can Help

It’s exciting to watch your team’s passion develop and deepen, benefiting each member and the business as a whole. What if you could get a sneak peek into your employees’ strengths, tendencies, and work preferences? That insight would help you position them for success both now and in the future and determine optimal developmental opportunities.

Good news! You absolutely can get that insight anytime you want it. A behavioral assessment provides all of those details and more, helping you lead, motivate, and communicate effectively with your team. You can learn more about Omnia’s behavioral assessments here.

Remember, effective communication leads to more productive employees and a more profitable workplace.

According to Dan Schawbel, managing partner at Workplace Intelligence (as reported by The Workforce Institute at UKG), “Feeling heard drives a sense of purpose and belonging. By implementing employee feedback, people leaders can create an organizational culture of psychological safety and trust that thrives when its people thrive.”

Behavioral insights can provide leadership with ideas on how to communicate with each team member efficiently and thoughtfully, to ensure that they each feel heard.

Omnia offers a variety of reports using behavioral assessment data. For example, the Team Dynamics Report provides an in-depth custom analysis of an existing or potential team. On the other hand, our Professional Development Report is an automated self-awareness report written directly to existing employees.

Final Thoughts

Passionate employees can achieve great feats for your organization. But, they must be empowered to create, innovate, and take risks. When they are, you’ll retain valuable human capital, and your company will take giant leaps forward -- both necessities in today’s ever-competitive business world.


This article is a repost from August 2020 with updated information and statistics.

Effective leaders excel at inspiring and guiding their team to achieve common goals that ultimately create successful and sustaining businesses. The best leaders capture the hearts and minds of their people, building a culture of engaged and thriving performers. This is the magic of great leadership.

Celebrating our 39th anniversary this month, The Omnia Group has been helping organizations select and develop leaders through the power of our behavioral assessment since our inception. Successful leadership begins with self-awareness, particularly understanding one's own personality traits and the unique traits of everyone on the team. Here’s how we do it.


Effective leadership begins with understanding who you are and how you are wired. Self-awareness forms the foundation of effective leadership. By understanding your personality traits, you gain insights into your unique leadership strengths, weaknesses, preferences, and tendencies. This self-awareness enables you to make informed decisions about how to lead and interact with others.

The Omnia Assessment takes just 10 minutes to complete. It’s packed with valuable insights into your distinctive traits. It helps you understand what may or may not be effective for you in your leadership role, gives valuable information on what motivates or demotivates you, and actionable take aways to help you develop, leverage, and execute your primary strengths.

Team Dynamics

Successful leaders must be able to manage and motivate diverse teams. Unfortunately, the odds are stacked against us when it comes to engaging our teams. Our annual 2024 Omnia Talent Survey Trends Report sighted that employee engagement is at an all-time low.

Understanding your personality traits and those of your team members allows you to tailor your leadership approach accordingly. Recognizing and appreciating different personality types, and adapting your style to match the preferences of the individuals on your team creates a more inclusive and harmonious work environment that leads to improved engagement.

Once you’ve gained insight into your own traits and strengths, you can use Omnia development reports for all of your team members, and take advantage of a custom and comprehensive Team Dynamics report to understand where common strengths, synergies and dissimilarities exist. The most successful teams have a healthy distribution of varied personality traits and respect these differences. With Omnia insights, you gain valuable perspective and actional information to leverage every team member’s strength.


Effective communication is essential for building trust and fostering collaboration within teams. I’m a big fan of the Edelman Trust Barometer data that comes from their annual report, even though unfortunately, their data points to a declining rate of trust across the globe when it comes to employee trust in their leaders.

Your personality traits influence how you communicate and interact with others. Consistent interactions and adapting your communications to individual preferences helps improve trust over time. For instance, if you're more assertive, but you have people on your team who are more cautious or risk averse, then you know you need to consciously strive to listen more and be sure to engage team members in different ways. Some prefer more frequent 1x1meetings while others crave team settings and brainstorming.

The key is to be sure everyone's voice is heard. If you have people on your team who prefer to process information independently, it’s best to seek out their feedback in written form or in individual meetings, rather than putting them on the spot in front of their peers. Knowing this about yourself and adapting your communications to the individual preferences of your team will go a long way in improving communications and building trust over time.


Leaders are often tasked with making critical decisions under pressure. Your personality traits shape how you process information and approach decision-making. Knowing your tendencies can help you make more balanced and objective decisions by considering various perspectives and data points.

The Omnia assessment not only uncovers behavioral traits, it also helps determine the quality of an individual’s behavior (what we call Perspective). This gets to the heart of decision making. For example, are you appropriately assertive and competitive? Or more reckless or confrontational? Are you measured and methodical, or might you be stubborn? Knowing your blind spots helps you identify where you need to shore up your own approach and when to ask for help.

I can speak firsthand to this one – as I struggle with a higher perspective which means I tend to over think decisions. Colleagues over the years have rightly chided me and my foot-dragging or reluctance to land the plane, especially when the decision involves a major budget investment, strategic change or impacts an employee’s compensation. Everyone on my team has permission to push me along and help me make tough decisions. And that helps a lot!

Conflict Resolution

Often when I’m speaking in front of a group, I like to start with asking them how many of them have recently dealt with a conflict at work. Invariably everyone in the room raises their hands. Conflict is a natural part of any team dynamic. However, how you handle conflicts can make or break team morale and productivity. Understanding your personality traits enables you to navigate conflicts more effectively by recognizing your own triggers and biases. It also allows you to approach conflicts with empathy and diplomacy, facilitating constructive resolution.

Personality traits can influence how individuals respond to conflict emotionally. Some people may have a high tolerance for stress and remain composed under pressure, while others may become easily overwhelmed or defensive. By understanding these differences, you can approach conflict situations with greater empathy and awareness, helping to de-escalate emotions, promote constructive dialogue and ultimately resolve the conflict, while maintaining the health of the team.


In today's fast-paced and constantly evolving work environment, adaptability is key to leadership success. Your personality traits influence how you respond to change and uncertainty. By knowing your tendencies, you can proactively develop strategies for adapting your leadership approach to address evolving circumstances and challenges. You can be even more effective adapting your style when you know your team’s traits,  workstyles, preferred problem solving and communication preferences.

Knowing your personality traits is not just a self-discovery exercise; it's a fundamental aspect of effective leadership. By leveraging your strengths and understanding your communication style, you can navigate team dynamics and manage conflicts more effectively, and ultimately unlock your full potential as a leader.

Embrace self-awareness, and you’ll be on the path to lead with authenticity, empathy, and impact. If you haven’t identified your unique leadership traits yet, get started today by taking advantage of our complimentary assessment. Our experts are available to debrief your unique leadership traits and help set you on the path to effective leadership.

Finding and hiring talented leaders is critical to the success of a company. A strong and visionary leader provides direction, inspires innovation, and fosters a sense of purpose among team members. Effective leadership promotes a positive organizational culture, encourages collaboration, and helps navigate challenges by making informed decisions.

Leaders set the tone for the work environment, influencing employee morale, motivation, and productivity. Additionally, they play a crucial role in aligning the organization's goals with the individual aspirations of its members. Through effective communication and strategic decision-making, leaders can guide the organization toward its objectives, adapt to changing circumstances, and cultivate a resilient and adaptable workforce.

This is what a leader does, but what traits make a great leader?

At the Omnia Group, we’ve identified two core behavioral traits that are essential to successful leadership: Assertiveness and Independence.

Assertiveness can be expanded to include ambition, personal drive, a willingness to handle conflict, and comfort with some amount of risk.

Independence includes decisiveness, an ability to take action without guidelines, resilience to setbacks, big-picture orientation, a desire to innovate, and resilience to setbacks and criticism.

Effective leaders also have some critical soft skills, such as an ability to communicate effectively, sound judgment in words and actions, empathy for the people they lead and their customers, and a strong work ethic.

Finding someone who is all that (and more) can be tricky. In your recruitment efforts, you’ll need to look at previous successes, interview carefully, and listen for glowing references. Behavioral assessments, like the Omnia Custom and Target assessments, can help immensely in identifying someone with the drive and self-sufficiency you need. The Omnia Assessment also measures candidates’ stress, which can give you a heads up about potential shaky judgment.

With all that’s at stake in recruiting a leader, you’ll want to steer clear of shortcuts, with ONE exception:

Before looking outside your organization for your next leader, you may want to look a little closer to home.

Sometimes, the best place to find potential leaders is your current workforce. After all, who knows the ins and outs of your company better? Where else could you see the kind of traits you need in action?

Fortunately for you, finding them should be simple! Employees with an innate leadership drive are hard to keep in the background.

These future leaders show the behavioral traits and soft skills you need in their everyday actions.

They take initiative in their current roles and make suggestions for improvement but do not overstep boundaries. Leaders are not content with the status quo and are ready to make changes and eager to make things happen.

They work autonomously and think outside the box while respecting essential guidelines. Potential leaders do not need much day-to-day guidance and want to be free to try new things.

They make decisions without needing to confer with their managers or carefully review guidelines. While natural leaders are not reckless, they can handle the consequences if a decision does not work out right.

They build solid professional relationships. They might be outgoing and expressive or more serious and informative, but they know how to connect with people to get the job done. Future leaders are often respected and consulted by others on their team.

They consistently show good judgment in what they say and do on the job. These people make wise decisions, choose their words carefully, and maintain necessary confidentiality. A good manager does not overthink matters but is not impulsive or careless either.

Ask around, watch, and listen. You may not have to go far to find a leader who can help bring your organization to the next level.

Even if you don’t have any current plans to expand leadership, it’s a good idea to be on the look-out for innovators, risk-takers, and go-getters that are already in your ranks. You may not even have to look very hard; it’s likely they’ll seek you out! Consider reaching out to us to have your top performers take a Professional Development assessment to help identify and leverage strengths and mitigate challenge areas to guide them to success.

An exceptional leader embodies a combination of assertiveness, independence, effective communication skills, sound judgment, a robust work ethic, and genuine empathy. Recognizing a performer with this potential within your company not only saves recruiting effort and benefits the employee, but it’s also a strategic move that can significantly contribute to the organization's success. By identifying individuals with these qualities and providing them with the necessary opportunities and support, you can cultivate a dynamic leadership team that propels the company towards innovation and sustained growth.

Succession planning — the process of identifying and developing internal talent to take on future leadership roles within an organization — is often looked at as a lengthy, time-consuming exercise that is only necessary for big corporations and C-suite executives. However, succession planning can be a tremendous benefit for all levels of leadership and for all types of businesses, no matter the size.

Some important reasons for implementing a succession planning process within your company are:

Securing the future of your business

If you want your company to flourish in the future, you need to prepare in the present. Merely hoping that you will have well-equipped people to take the reins is a big risk that could potentially put the future of your company in jeopardy. Taking the time now to uncover employees with potential and setting them on a course to prepare them for eventual leadership responsibilities can help you feel confident about the success of your organization down the line.

Minimizing business disruptions

Leaders leave companies for a variety of reasons — retirement, change in life circumstances, and taking a new role at a different company just to name a few. If you don’t have people with the right skills and experience to take their place, you risk significant disruptions to your daily business operations. Having a succession plan in place helps ensure that you have qualified employees to fill those important positions at the right time, which can keep your organization running smoothly.

Retaining company knowledge

When leaders leave a business, they often take years’ worth of institutional knowledge with them. Having a succession plan allows those tenured managers to capture and pass along that vital information to your organization’s up-and-coming class of leaders.

Omnia can attest to the benefits of succession planning based on our own experience. Years ago, a manager at Omnia identified strong players on her team and the functions that they were well suited for taking on within the department. Over time, this leader gave those employees opportunities to learn and manage different responsibilities, growing their skillset and experience. The manager eventually took a position at another organization, and while we were sad to see her go, Omnia did not experience a difficult or lengthy transition after her departure. Because of the preparation done ahead of time in planning for the future of the department, new leaders arose within the team, and the former manager’s responsibilities were smoothly reassigned to the employees who were identified and developed years ago. Projects that were in progress remained on schedule, the workflow moved along without any hiccups, and our customers did not feel any disruption to our service. Now that’s SUCCESSion planning!

So now that you’re convinced of the importance of succession planning, you may be asking, “How do I get started?” Here are 4 steps to help you jumpstart the process.

1. Identify key positions and any talent gaps.

Determine the roles that are essential for the future growth of your company and the knowledge, skills, and experience that are necessary to perform these roles well.

2. Create a talent pool within your organization.

Identify employees that either already possess or show strong potential to develop the necessary qualities for taking on those key positions within your business. Some ways you can do this are through performance evaluations, 360-degree feedback, and skills assessments. Behavioral assessments also offer valuable insights into a person’s intrinsic traits, strengths, and motivators — all of which can help you determine if someone is the right fit for leadership.

3. Offer training and development opportunities.

Invest in the employees in your acceleration pool by providing leadership courses, coaching and mentoring, on-the-job training, and other opportunities. Consider allowing them to cross-train with others within the organization and to rotate through various positions to give potential future leaders a well-rounded understanding of the business. Use the information you gain from their performance feedback and behavioral assessments to tailor development plans based on their individual strengths and challenge areas.

4. Formalize a succession planning process.

Document your succession plan; delineate your process for identifying high-potential employees, creating development and training plans, and the timelines for leadership transitions. Communicate this process to your employees, and emphasize your commitment to growing internal talent for the future of your company.


You know the old adage: If you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail. Don’t leave the future of your company and your valued employees to chance. Omnia can help! Our Leadership Style Report gives you and your employees powerful insights into their innate leadership traits — both the characteristics to build upon and the challenges to work on. Contact us today, and let us be your partner in growing your next generation of leaders.

Can you believe it's already time to bid farewell to the dog days of summer? Let's cross our fingers and hope the scorching heat wave bids us adieu too. In the bustling business world, summer vacations have wrapped up, the kids are back in school, and we find ourselves staring down the final months of the year. Is anyone else finding yourself saying, "The holidays will be here before we know it!"? And boy oh boy, does that mean the pressure's on to accomplish a whole lot before Thanksgiving rolls around.

I know many of you are feeling it. It’s completely normal at this time of year to be experiencing a heightened sense of urgency and maybe even impending doom as the end of the year approaches. That’s why we're turning our attention to a topic and a strategy that’s guaranteed to help take your leadership to the next level. We're diving deep into the art of being mindful in our communications, the extraordinary power of mindful leadership, and the eye-opening benefits of self-reflection. The practice of mindfulness can take you from not only surviving a year end but coming out the other side of it more balanced, productive and ultimately more successful. Get ready to embrace mindfulness like never before.

Why being mindful matters now more than ever

In today's fast-paced and demanding world, we find ourselves grappling with an immense amount of pressure when it comes to making crucial decisions and effectively managing our teams. But it's not just us — our teams are facing their own unique challenges as they strive to stay engaged while balancing personal demands and meeting ambitious goals.

Let's take a moment to acknowledge the gravity of the situation with some thought-provoking data. According to a survey by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, a staggering 40% of workers are experiencing heightened stress levels in their jobs. And if that isn't alarming enough, The World Health Organization's study reveals that an estimated 12 billion working days are lost every year to depression and anxiety at a cost of US$ 1 trillion per year in lost productivity.

It's incumbent on us as leaders to do something about this — for ourselves and our employees. Mindfulness is not just a fleeting trend or a quick fix; it's a transformative tool that can elevate our leadership skills to new heights. By embracing mindfulness practices in our decision-making and team management, we cultivate a sense of clarity and compassion that paves the way for a flourishing work environment.

But here's the thing: we must also be willing to embrace vulnerability and authenticity within ourselves. When we lead by example and create a safe space for our teams to be their authentic selves, we foster a culture of trust and resilience that can weather any storm. 

Let’s get started on the path to improved mindfulness.

Getting started on the path of being more mindful as a leader requires a commitment to personal growth and the well-being of your employees. Here are practical steps that you can take to cultivate mindfulness for yourself and promote it among your team:

Start with Self-Awareness

Begin by enhancing your self-awareness. Take time to reflect on your thoughts, emotions, and reactions in different situations. Mindful leaders are conscious of their strengths, weaknesses, and triggers. Regularly practice mindfulness exercises like meditation, deep breathing, or journaling to become more attuned to your inner state.

Lead by Example

As a leader, your actions have a significant impact on your team. Demonstrate mindfulness in your daily practices and decision-making. Show up fully engaged in meetings, put the phone down, actively listen to your team members, and respond with thoughtfulness. When you lead by example, you inspire your employees to adopt a mindful approach.

Create Mindful Spaces

Encourage moments of mindfulness in the workplace. Consider setting aside a quiet room or designated area where employees can take short breaks for meditation or relaxation. If your team is working remotely, encourage them to use the Do Not Disturb or Focusing tools on your productivity software apps. Allow flexible work hours to enable employees to balance their personal and professional lives more effectively.

Provide Mindfulness Training

Consider offering mindfulness training sessions to your employees. You can start by sharing this month’s blog series and conducting a lunch-and-learn session to discuss the concepts and insights we share. Invite experts to conduct workshops on mindfulness practices, stress reduction, and resilience building.

Promote Work-Life Balance

The numbers I shared at the beginning prove this is a necessity. Support work-life balance for your personnel and prioritize employee well-being. Encourage them to take regular breaks and vacations to recharge. Don’t expect them to work long hours consistently. Be mindful by not sending emails to them outside of working hours. Acknowledge the importance of work-life harmony, and model it yourself.

Integrate Mindfulness into Meetings

Introduce mindfulness practices at the beginning or end of team meetings. Start with a brief mindfulness exercise to center everyone's focus and create a calm environment. This practice can improve team engagement and overall meeting effectiveness.

Encourage Mindful Decision-Making

Encourage your team to make decisions mindfully. Advise them to take a moment before reacting to challenges or making crucial choices. Mindful decision-making allows for thoughtful evaluation of options and reduces impulsive responses.

Remember, cultivating mindfulness is an ongoing journey. Be patient with yourself and your team as you embrace these practices. By integrating mindfulness into your leadership approach, you'll create a more engaged, resilient, and cohesive team, fostering a positive work culture that nurtures personal and professional growth.

Ready to get started?

I’d suggest you kick off this month with us by doing some self-reflection. A self-assessment can be a powerful tool for leaders to take the first step in reflection and become more mindful in their leadership approach. You can begin by taking advantage of the Omnia leadership assessment by clicking here.  /try-a-complimentary-assessment/

Mindfulness isn't about perfection or quick fixes; it's a journey of self-discovery and growth. It's about tuning into the present moment and cultivating a deep sense of awareness. When we lead with mindfulness, we not only nurture our own well-being but also empower our teams to thrive and unleash their full potential.

So, my fellow mindful leaders, let's embark on this journey together. Let's create a workplace where compassion and understanding reign and where each team member feels valued and supported. By choosing mindfulness, we ignite a positive ripple effect that extends far beyond the confines of our organizations, making the world a better place for all.

Let's lead with intention, compassion, and mindfulness. Together, we can pave the way for a brighter, more mindful future.



Also read: 

Accountable Inspiration: Striking the Perfect Leadership Balance for Success
The Leader's Playbook: A Comprehensive Guide from Onboarding to Offboarding
Redefining Leadership: Embracing the Power of Servant Leadership in the Modern Workplace
A Call for Revolutionary Leadership in Today's Context


The founding fathers of the United States were some of the most influential figures in American history. They came from different backgrounds and had different views on politics and society, but they all shared this in common: they were fearless, rebellious, and bold. They were the kind of people who didn't take no for an answer, who wouldn't back down in a fight, and who had the vision and courage to create a nation from scratch. They were responsible for drafting the Constitution, forming the government, and shaping the country. No big deal, right? But what were they like in the workplace? Let's look at their Omnia personality traits and imagine how they might behave in a modern office.

Washington — The Assertive Analytic (Columns 1-4-5-8)

First up, literally, is George Washington. George, a natural-born leader, was quite reluctantly the first president. This guy took a poorly trained army with next to no resources and convinced them to cross an ice-cold river in the dead of winter… on Christmas! I struggle to convince people to brew a new pot of coffee if they take the last sip. George’s bold move led to a successful attack that helped boost morale among the American troops and marked a turning point in the revolution. Color me impressed.

George had a reputation for being disciplined and hardworking. He was also known for his honesty and integrity, which made him a respected figure among his colleagues. In the office, George always shows up on time, never takes a sick day, and inspires everyone to do their best. He leads the annual polar bear plunge (teambuilding!) and he's the boss everyone loves to work for, but you also know that you can't slack off around him because he'll call you out in front of the entire team.

Jefferson — The Persistent Visionary (1-3-6-7)

Next, we have Thomas Jefferson. Tom was a brilliant thinker and writer, but he was also a bit of a procrastinator. He was known for putting things off until the last minute and then pulling all-nighters to get everything done. In the office, he’s the coworker who always has a million ideas but never quite gets around to executing them. Tom’s the one who always returns his Redbox late and asks for extensions on his deadlines. You just know that you can't rely on him to finish his part of the project until the very last minute, but you also know it’ll be great when he does, which is the only reason you put up with it.

Franklin — The Visionary (1-3-5-7)

Then there's Benjamin Franklin, a work-hard, play-hard kind of guy. Benji was a true Renaissance man, with interests in science, philosophy, and diplomacy. He was also known for his electrifying wit and sense of humor, which made him a popular figure among his colleagues. The perfect blend of brilliant and funny, Benji’s online dating profile titled “Love is like electricity; you never know when it will strike!” gets all the swipes! In the modern workplace, he’s the guy who always has a clever joke or pun to share and who never misses an opportunity to lighten the mood. He's probably the one who organizes the office prank wars and generally keeps everyone entertained, but Benji knows how to get serious when it's time to work.

Adams — The Persistent Innovator (1-4-6-7)

John Adams was a bit of a hothead with a reputation for being argumentative. He also had a strong distaste for French cuisine, unlike Tom who was a known Francophile who maybe helped bring French cuisine to the States. Office conflict anyone? John was fiercely loyal to his beliefs and wasn't afraid to stand up for what he thought was right. In the office, he’s the guy who always starts arguments during meetings and refuses to back down until he's convinced you he's right. Good luck thinking it’ll ever be the other way around. He's probably the one who gets into heated debates with his colleagues (sorry Tom) over everything from politics to where to order lunch (nothing fussy, frivolous, or French!). John always gets the last word. With that column 6/7 combo, he does not give up and he will wear you down!

Hamilton — The Logistical Driver (1-4-5-7=8)

Finally, we have Alexander Hamilton. A brilliant strategist with a talent for financial management who just wanted his shot. He is the inspiration for the hottest ticket on Broadway, a musical blending hip-hop, R&B, and the traditional show tune. Perhaps you’ve heard of it? Alex was known for his ambition and his willingness to take risks. In the office, he’s the guy who always has a new business idea and is constantly pushing the company to take bold steps forward. He's probably the one who spends all his time poring over spreadsheets and crafting elaborate PowerPoint presentations and who never misses an opportunity to pitch his latest project to the CEO. He's the one who always seems to be one step ahead of everyone else but who sometimes forgets to look before he leaps.

There you have it, the workplace personalities of the founding fathers. They were all unique, talented, and passionate individuals who would have been a force to be reckoned with in any modern-day workplace. And who knows, maybe they would have even created their own startups and revolutionized the world once again.

Ready to revolutionize your office and unlock the potential of your workforce? With the Omnia personality assessment, you’ll gain valuable insights into your team’s strengths, communication styles, and workplace preferences. From there, you can enhance team collaboration, improve hiring decisions, boost productivity, and avoid heated lunch debates! Happy Independence Day!


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