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The career within you : how to find the perfect job for your personality

Author: Elizabeth Wagele; Ingrid Stabb
Publisher: New York : HarperOne, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"The Career Inside You employs the Enneagram Personality Assessment System (with its sizeable audience) to find a career specifically tailored to any reader. In addition, this guide includes quizes and interactive exercises for the reader to identify their particular personality type, a list of recommended jobs tailored to each type, and practical job-hunting tools to launch the perfect career. In geometry, an  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Wagele; Ingrid Stabb
ISBN: 9780061718618 0061718610
OCLC Number: 419850469
Description: viii, 360 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The perfectionist --
The helper --
The achiever --
The romantic --
The observer --
The questioner --
The adventurer --
The asserter --
The peace seeker --
Fundamentals to look for in your work situation --
Job-hunting guide.
Responsibility: Elizabeth Wagele, Ingrid Stabb.

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"The Career Inside You employs the Enneagram Personality Assessment System (with its sizeable audience) to find a career specifically tailored to any reader. In addition, this guide includes quizes and interactive exercises for the reader to identify their particular personality type, a list of recommended jobs tailored to each type, and practical job-hunting tools to launch the perfect career. In geometry, an enneagram is a 9-pointed figure or star; but in our case it is a personality typing system (like Myers-Briggs) for self study and personal growth. The system profiles nine types, hence "enneagram." Though based on the Enneagram personality system, The Career Inside You does not to refer to the Enneagram as such. Similar to Do What You Are, based on the Myers-Briggs (MBTI) system, which has sold over 750,000 copies, The Career Inside You will use their personality system without belaboring it Most Self-Help/Business books follow the one-size-fits-all principle. The Career Inside You celebrates the fact that each person looking for work guidance is different. Readers benefit from being led on an internal journey where they are introduced to nine distinct career types. Elements of each of these in varying amounts are within us, with one being predominant. By the end of the journey the reader will be able to make realistic appraisals of themselves from which to make superior career choices.

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