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What's Your Type of Career?

What's Your Type of Career?

Match Your Personality Type to Your Perfect Career-and Find Success!

The simple truth is that to be happy and successful in your work, you need a career that not only matches your interests but fits your personality type as well. In this approachable book, author Donna Dunning uses the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) to introduce eight distinct ways of working.

Encouraging you to reflect on your own natural preferences-using checklists, exercises, strategies and tips-What’s Your Type of Career? provides all the tools you need to discover your own natural preferences and find your ideal career. Are you a Contributor, Expeditor, Explorer or Responder? An Analyzer, Assimilator, Enhancer or Visionary? An Extravert or an Introvert? If you identify yourself as an Extravert and a Responder, you tend to like action, scenarios that are rapidly changing and are not inclined toward a desk job. A profession as an emergency worker, a fi re fighter or a police officer may be for you.

This best-selling career guide-now in a fully updated second edition-has been expanded to include the training and educational requirements of a variety of different occupations, and highlights those most in demand. It also includes details on developing type differences later in life, advice for balancing your work and personal life and many, many more preference-based career suggestions.
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Genre: Health & Personal Development / Self-help & Personal Development / Advice On Careers & Achieving Success

On Sale: 16th September 2010

Price: £16.99

ISBN-13: 9781857885538

Reviews

What’s Your Type of Career? is a fascinating and easy-to-grasp book that will help anyone who reads it find their path to success!
Marshall Goldsmith, world-renowned executive coach and author of New York Times Best Sellers MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There
Donna Dunning offers new and helpful assistance to anyone who wants to base a career on who he or she really is.
William Bridges, author of Transitions, Managing Transitions and Creating You & Co.
The most helpful book I have ever read about using ‘type’ in the workplace.
Richard N. Bolles, author of What Color Is Your Parachute?, the bestselling job-hunting book in the world, in 20 languages, used in 26 countries, updated annually