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10 Career Essentials: Putting Your Personality Type to Work

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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.
256 pages
Published by Nicholas Brealey Boston (first published May 15th 2010)
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Clear, easy-to-read career advancement guide

Consider your personality type. Are you an extrovert or an introvert? Do you emphasize logic or feelings? Not sure? If you want to improve your work performance and move up in your career, knowing your personality type is crucial, says psychologist Donna Dunning. As the author of this book’s precursor, What’s Your Type of Career?, she has closely examined the impact of personality type on choosing a positive career path and has concluded that personal
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Many people feel stressed and bored in their work because they didn’t enjoy what they do. This book invites us to first know our personality type (MBTI based), and by then you can build your career strategies based on those types. This book follows the principle of inside-out: knowing what’s inside (who you are) to optimize what’s outside (the output, what you do next). I recommend the book for anyone who wants to improve their career at work.
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Donna Dunning, PhD, is an author, consultant, certified teacher, and member of the MBTI International Training Faculty. She worked as a psychologist for 20 years specializing in the areas of career development, learning, and work performance.

Donna has provided services for a wide range of clients in the public and private sector. Her services included counseling, training, assessment, research,
More about Donna Dunning...
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