Perception Connections

A Blog by Birkman

Taylor Chan

Taylor hails from Boston, Massachusetts, with a deep passion for design and innovation. With over ten international creative publications, she brings a trained, artistic eye to Birkman’s marketing department. When she isn't consuming 17th century European works, you can find her dancing, running, or serving her church on the weekends.

The Top 3 Team Building Assessment Challenges and How to Overcome Them

Fostering impactful relationships that are productive and supportive is a crucial part of overcoming common team challenges. At the heart of most workplace problems lay foundational interpersonal components that impact all team interactions. 

Each person on the team adds and multiplies potential for:

  • Individual communication styles that look different from what they prefer
  • Conflicting preferences for how other people should communicate
  • Differing views on what makes an ideal workplace culture
  • Clashing motivators such as individual competition vs. teamwork, social service vs. reward, etc.

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Birkman Recognized as a Women’s Business Enterprise

First appeared on PR Newswire on September 4, 2018

Birkman International, a business specialized in assessing human behavior and perception, is newly recognized as a Women’s Business Enterprise by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the largest third-party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women in the United States. The certification is effective as of Aug. 30, 2018.

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Resolve Conflict with the Power of Birkman


Since 2005, Miramont Country Club has upheld standards of excellence in providing a family-friendly and upscale community for Bryan and College Station residents. As one of the finest private country clubs in Texas, Miramont was awarded ninth place by Golf Digest for the 2017-2018 Best in State Award and boasts an eighteen-hole championship course, plus four additional holes for practice and family play.

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