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Using Carl Jung's personality types, What method could a health care manager use to gain full and effective participation from those members who are introverted and can be passive in team meeting while extroverted members offer 85 or more percent of the interventions and ideas?

What method would you use to assure that sensor types will engage the discussion as the same level as intuitive professionals?

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The discussion focuses on methods or approaches of managing different personalities in work teams. Some strategies focus on improving participation among certain personality types. Others focus on developing new characteristics for those with restrictive personality types.

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