10 Career Essentials: Using Your Personality Type to Excel at Work

Overview

Focusing on day-to-day behaviors, as well as practical tips and strategies, author Donna Dunning shows readers how to make the most of the 80,000 hours the average person spends at work. Dunning provides key self-assessment tools and tips, allowing each individual to improve and implement their career strategy based on their personality type.

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Overview

Focusing on day-to-day behaviors, as well as practical tips and strategies, author Donna Dunning shows readers how to make the most of the 80,000 hours the average person spends at work. Dunning provides key self-assessment tools and tips, allowing each individual to improve and implement their career strategy based on their personality type.

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Editorial Reviews

Barry Silverstein
Donna Dunning's 10 Career Essentials is not a book about finding a career; rather, it addresses the all-important notion of matching personality type to career goals. This well-written and organized book guides the reader through ten essential career success strategies, each of which is thoroughly described and accompanied by specific examples. At the end of each success strategy is a Reflection and Action section which contains an exercise to help the reader with self-assessment.
Jim Pawlak
Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) as a starting point, Dunning helps you define your approach to work and your goals through your unique combination of interests, skills, values and personality preferences.
Shoya Zichy
A groundbreaking way of finding the right job! 10 Career Essentials is an invaluable tool for understanding how one's personality impacts the key components of career exploration and success.
John Whitmore
This was the easiest book to endorse that I have ever come across. I was able to identify myself to a T in an instant and thereafter found plenty of ways to enhance my strengths and tackle my weaknesses. A great personality guidebook full of riches.
Richard N. Bolles
Donna Dunning is one of my favorite interpreters of personality types, and here she uses the typology to offer fresh insights into 10 career success factors. A very insightful work.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781857885422
  • Publisher: Nicholas Brealey Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/16/2010
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 1,188,384
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Donna Dunning is an award-winning author of What's Your Type of Career? and TLC at Work as well as a consultant and a MBTI certified human resources professional, teacher and psychologist.
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