Quick Personality Development

Author: Vinod Devarkar

Publisher: Pollen Diversity - Osmanabad



Page: 192

View: 525

Personality can be defined as person's most consistent and dominant traits of thinking, feeling, and behaving. Therefore, personality development is nothing but the bringing change in the person's behaviors, attitudes, and emotional responses by changing certain non-acceptable traits in the societal behavior into acceptable traits. This book basically deals with various aspects about personality development such as Attitude, Habits, Enthusiasm, Anxiety, Motivation, Dress and Appearance, Fashion, Body Language and its types, Communications Skills, Public Speaking, Knowledge Building and Presentations and Interview Skills. However, understanding general personality types and traits definitely helps you for better understanding and managing your interpersonal relationships too.

Discover Yourself

5 Quick and Easy Steps to Self Discovery: a Personal Development Workbook: a Personal Development Workbook: a Personal Development Workbook

Author: Jessica Blalock

Publisher: Center for Discovery



Page: 76

View: 153

Do you need to face the truth about who you are and how you feel? Are you looking for ways to calm down and relax? Increase your balance? Gain clarity on a new normal? Do you want to set goals that activate your true self? Discover Yourself helps people of all ages, (re) increase self-awareness, confidence and set wanted goals. This workbook will help you examine mindfulness, emotional intelligence, communication skills, physical body and life's passions through self-reflection and analysis. As a result, you will be more likely to achieve dreams, feel healthier mentally and physically, and remove blocks that prevent true happiness. Specifically, this workbook will help you reflect and journal your strengths and areas of development related to: becoming more mindful increasing emotional intelligence enhancing listening and communication skills assessing your physical body letting go of the past focusing on the present moment developing positive intentions and setting SMART goals-beginning the process of change: slowly, surely, permanently! This workbook has been used by Dr. Jessica Blalock over the past 10 years and has successfully proven to help people: enhance self-awareness increase confidence take care of their physical body implement mindfulness techniques daily improve the quality of their lives. By taking time to reflect and re-evaluate your WHOLE self, you will feel healthier mentally and physically, and begin to remove blocks that prevent true happiness. Using your strengths, knowing your life's purpose and nurturing yourself along the journey are all critical as you journey through life. This process requires will, determination and persistence. By (re)discovering SELF, you have the opportunity to improve your behavior, thinking, and your interactions with others by first making changes in yourself. After completing the Discover Yourself workbook, take action and use Dr. Jessica's Activate Journal to help you record your successes and areas of growth. Discover Yourself is also used by individuals and used as a resource guide for coaches, counselors and psychologists.

Quick Guide to the 16 Personality Types and Career Mastery

Living with Purpose and Working Effectively

Author: Charles R. Martin

Publisher: Telos Publications


Category: Career development

Page: 56

View: 941

The Quick Guide to the 16 Personality Types and Career Mastery was written to help you bring the principles and practices of personal mastery to your career development. Career Mastery is about clarifying your purpose, honing your intent, finding and managing a career, and working effectively in any given job or role. Mastering your career means consciously engaging each of the Elements of Career Mastery?five processes that are essential to discovering and building a career as well as enhancing your success and development in your current work role. The activities in this book provide a framework for self-coaching by helping you uncover what you really want in your career and by providing insight into how your personality style influences your approach to the behavioral options represented by each of these essential career elements. Career Mastery and personal mastery are about waking up to a world that is more wondrous than can be confined to the habitual perceptions of your everyday personality. Wake up to that world and wake up to your power.

Quick Guide to the 16 Personality Types and Teams

Applying Team Essentials to Create Effective Teams

Author: Linda V. Berens

Publisher: Telos Publications


Category: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Page: 64

View: 184

As individuals, we are each complex and adaptable, and one's behavior may not reflect natural preferences but rather the demands of the situation and the ways one has developed. This Quick Guide to the 16 Personality Types and Teams is a booklet for those who want to maximize the performance of their team through a better understanding of the interrelated influences on team dynamics and team success. It is written to help create a multidimensional awareness of one's contributions to a team and to give readers the tools to understand the talents, contributions, and perspectives of others. This booklet describes the sixteen personality types within each of the Team Essentials, including how they are likely to behave on a team, and offers suggestions for forging relationships and communicating effectively with each type. Worksheets are provided to help your team apply the basics of effective teamwork - Team Essentials. Mapping the Team worksheets are provided to view team diversity using four different models: Type Preferences, Temperament, Interaction Styles, and Cognitive Dynamics. The booklet includes a comprehensive case study for each model, using an example of a project team to help teams get started. - Publisher.

Quick Look Nursing: Growth and Development Through the Lifespan

Author: Kathleen M. Thies

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers


Category: Medical

Page: 402

View: 970

Quick Look Nursing : Growth and Development Through the Lifespan includes chapters in biological, psychological and social information that includes information on genetics, fetal development, cognition and information processing, roles of families, peers, school and society and many other chapters. The Second Edition includes all the new key learning features such a Closer Look, Warnings, Questions to Ask, key terms, and an updated glossary and references.

Quick Review Series for B.Sc. Nursing: 2nd Year E-Book

Author: Annu Kaushik

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences


Category: Medical

Page: 807

View: 132

QRS for BSc Nursing 2nd Year is an extremely exam-oriented book. The book contains a collection of solved questions, frequently asked, clubbed under the subject wise heading. The question papers from over a span of last 10 years from various Universities will be scanned and most frequently asked questions and those units which carry more weightage in INC Syllabus will be selected. The book will serve the requirements of students to prepare for their examinations. Subject-Wise collection of different category questions like Long Essay, Short Answers, and Objective Type & Viva Voce type questions Pont wise answers Use of Mnemonics facilitating studying. Use of tables and flowcharts.

CliffsQuickReview Psychology

Author: Theo Sonderegger

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt


Category: Psychology

Page: 216

View: 598

CliffsQuickReview course guides cover the essentials of your toughest classes. Get a firm grip on core concepts and key material, and test your newfound knowledge with review questions. Whether you're new to the science of behavior and mental processes or just brushing up on a favorite old subject, CliffsQuickReview Psychology can help. This guide helps you understand the human brain. Inside, you'll find out about The history of psychology Research methods Developmental psychology Biological bases of behavior Perception Sensation CliffsQuickReview Psychology is an invaluable reference for those who want to understand complex psychological processes, including environmental factors, processing thoughts, and memory. Here are just a few of more things you'll learn about: Sleep Emotions Behavior modification Nature and nurture Personality Abnormal psychology With titles available for all the most popular high school and college courses, CliffsQuickReview guides are a comprehensive resource that can help you get the best possible grades.

Quick Guides for Early Years: Physical Development

Author: Linda Pound

Publisher: Hachette UK


Category: Medical

Page: 136

View: 504

* Learn child development theories quickly and painlessly * Apply theories to your workplace setting * Know what to do next with your studies. Save time in your studies with Linda Pound's easy-to-read quick overviews of the main development theories in early years. If you are a Level 4/5, Foundation Degree, or undergraduate student in Early Years, Early Childhood Studies or primary education, or a professional working with young children, this title will be the ideal introduction to the main theories around cognitive development in early childhood. In full colour with an attractive layout and innovative features, this series will introduce you to the main influential theorists, the research methods they used, the key debates and ideas they started, and how the key debates have changed over time.

The Quick Theory Reference Guide

A Resource for Expert and Novice Mental Health Professionals

Author: Karin Jordan

Publisher: Nova Publishers


Category: Psychology

Page: 534

View: 545

Since the beginning of the concepts of family therapy, mental health professionals have known that the family -- the system -- is a powerful source of support for change or a powerful force for resistance to change. Some professionals work with individuals, some with families and some with groups. However, all work with the context of the systems -- family, group, community, country, etc. Students, especially beginning students, are overwhelmed and confused at the variety of approaches to working with clients. Many programs introduce students to individual as well as systems concepts in the course of training. Students need assistance in learning this variety of theories. They need to be able to compare and contrast theories and techniques to determine when and where to utilise the best skills in order to facilitate client change. Dr. Karin Jordan has compiled a comprehensive text that enables the students to discover each theory as it is presented in its purist form. The text is accessible yet the content provides comprehensive knowledge of each theory. Dr. Jordan has brought together the master educators and clinicians in our fields to write about their particular expertise.

Social and Personality Development

An Advanced Textbook

Author: Michael E. Lamb

Publisher: Taylor & Francis


Category: Education

Page: 536

View: 175

First Published in 2011. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Personality and Communication Development

Author: Angel Harrison

Publisher: Scientific e-Resources



Page: 304

View: 216

Personality and Communication Development is comprehensive across the lifespan, in its range of personality constructs, and in its coverage of theoretical and methodological frameworks. This book highlights the need, importance and essence of personality and communication development. The book is a presentation of techniques to know, improve and develop the most sought-after attribute of a person, i.e., his or her personality. The language provided in the book is concise, lucid and forceful. It comprehends a vast array of subjects applicable to humanity. However, some factors which can really help in development of a better personality have been discussed in this book. The book emphasizes on the topics which are utterly relevant for students, budding managers, managers and professionals.


Author: Prashant Sharma

Publisher: BPB Publications


Category: Computers

Page: 238

View: 103

This high-impact book has been written by an experienced industry professional with a corporate perspective. The author is a Master Trainer who approaches the soft skills training from the point of view of a corporate soft skills training. Written in a business storytelling format, the training in the book is imparted by a skillful industry leader. This has not been written as the theoretical exercise. No boring theory, no wasted time! Rather, each chapter has been approached as a working session: Imparting soft skills by solving real problems and discussing workable solutions which the reader can apply immediately and keep for life. The structure of the book is in the form of a Personal Development Compass developed by the author. Just as a compass guides travelers through their journey and helps them to reach their destination, in the same way, the Personal Development Compass too guides the reader to navigate their way through the maze of the different soft skills and help them to polish their personalities. The methodology applied is `Learning-By Doing': This approach can be summed up as follows: `Educate Briefly-Then Train at Length'- On other words, less focus on theory, more real-world action, and solutions. The training imparted in the book starts with the Personality Development objective in mind and then facilitates and demonstrates methods to achieve those objectives.VERTICAL 1: Theme: CONFIDENCEHeadings: RELATIONSHIPS & WELL-BEINGThis vertical helps the reader in gaining the mental strength, motivation & confidence to approach their lives with a Positive Mental Attitude. The ability to be optimistic even in dire situations enables them to develop Emotional Intelligence and have meaningful relationships with their peers and colleagues, paving the way for the next level of Competence.VERTICAL 2: Theme: COMPETENCEHeadings: COMMUNICATION & CAREERGood Communication is a huge demand from recruiters and employers today. In fact, it is a pre-requisite for success. Effective Communication helps the reader to get a head start in their careers. They are able to think fast and creatively, impress and convince others of their point of view, they develop good listening skills thereby gaining an edge over others. They become the candidates of choice for promotion and progress.VERTICAL 3: Theme: COURTESYHeadings: ETIQUETTE & HABITSThere is a popular saying: The First Impression is the last Impression. A good first impression is created through effective habits and an ability to say the right thing at the right time to the right person. To develop these skills, the reader learns to exhibit appropriate behavior in all situations: personal and professional. Sustained behavior becomes a habit. This then becomes part of the reader's basic nature. A Good professional need to have strong Language skills. Recognizing this need, the book has a section in every chapter that highlights important words and Business phrases used in the corporate industry along with their meanings.ContentsSoft Skills: An OverviewEmotional IntelligenceSelf-Image ManagementTeam building and cooperationTime Management and Goal SettingCommunication SkillsVerbal Communication Part 1Verbal Communication Part 2Non-Verbal CommunicationLevel 2: CareerLevel 3: Courtesy & HabitsResume Writing & Job ApplicationsGroup DiscussionPersonal Interviews and Interactions

Core 12 Life Skills

Figuring Out How to Design Your Future is Easy. The Commitment to Continue is Another Thing.

Author: Cal Hyslop

Publisher: Cal Hyslop


Category: Self-Help

Page: 154

View: 794

This eBook course has curated and consolidated the best advice from experts and highly successful individuals over twelve of the most critical life skills necessary to make it in today’s rapidly evolving and competitive environment. You can start putting these lessons into practice nearly immediately. The content here is incredibly valuable if put into action. Is that an opportunity to pass by? The content in this eBook includes the following core lessons: 1. Goal Setting 2. Time Management 3. Personal Finance 4. Continuous Personal Development 5. Being Likable 6. Networking 7. Having Mentors 8. Surrounding Yourself with the Right People 9. Embracing Failure 10. The Science of Happiness 11. Resourcefulness 12. Personal Branding If you’re concerned about your future. If you are concerned about your career. If you are not sure what to do after graduation or in the next few years. If you feel unfulfilled and unconfident about yourself and where you are going in life, then you are not alone. Many people feel the same and are just like you. You’ll be amazed how easy it can be to start a positive change in yourself. - Imagine knowing where you want to be in 3, 5, 10, and even 20 years from now. - Imagine having a list of goals and a strategy to accomplish those goals. - Imagine having more confidence about designing your future and becoming the person you hope to become. - Imagine meeting successful people in your field and those who want to help you become more successful. - Imagine being driven to take action and not being concerned about failure. - Imagine finding more purpose and meaning in life.

A Theory of Personality Development

Author: Luciano L'Abate

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Psychology

Page: 313

View: 428

L'Abate's theory is firmly rooted in the social and existential exigencies of everyday life as experienced within the five fundamental contexts of home, work, leisure, the marketplace (grocery shopping, barbershops, malls, etc.), and in transit.

Instructor's Syllabus for Personal Development Student Manual

Author: Francene Hash

Publisher: Lulu.com



Page: 144

View: 550

Instructors are encouraged to heavily drive edification, validation, affirmation, inspiration, and celebration to everyone in the class or group. Helping kids discover their CORE is vitally important. Every kid is good at something. Use the exercises and activities in this manual to discover it and help them merge their CORE into their academics. Make learning fun. Self-Discipline Over a period of time, classroom teachers will witness students skillfully solving their own challenges without the teacher being involved; thus, provoking healthy performances and actions. The exercises in Pathways for Life Personal Development for Students will reduce detention rates and cause a calmer learning environment within the classroom. So finally, to all Pathways for Life Personal Development Success Group instructors, mentors, and coaches, Change Lives of each youth of our great country! Allow them to propel, excel, and soar in their CORE!