I have a high C DR who is very timid, with low self esteem, but who exhibits good productivity. My other DRs include an extremely intense high D and another extremely intense high I.
Because of some disagreements that occurred over a year ago, no one in the department speaks to the high C, and vice-versa. They perceive the C's silence as disrespectful and the high D recently publicly accused the C (when the C was absent) of being unproductive and unprofessional.
The C, on the other hand, feels that they are being purposely shunned / ostracized by the rest of the group. No one eats lunch together anymore, and no one seems willing to break the stalemate.
I just found out about MT and delivered feedback for the first time yesterday to the high D, which I think was very effective. However, I fear it may be too late to smooth things over.
Here's the kicker - the team's productivity does not depend on them working together in any formal sense - the D, I, and C all work essentially independently, although the D has garnered collaborative support from the others, while the C has withered.
The atmosphere in the office is icy. Is there any way back, or have we gone too far?