Type Talk

The 16 Personality Types That Determine How We Live, Love, and Work

Author: Otto Kroeger

Publisher: Dell

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 304

View: 658

Determine your personality using a scientifically validated method based on the work of C.G. Jung and gain insight into why others behave the way they do, and why you are the person you are. What’s your type? Would you rather . . . . . . celebrate with the whole crowd or just a few friends? . . . focus on the facts or get an overall impression? . . . go with what “seems logical” or what “feels fair”? . . . keep to a schedule or keep your options open? How you answer these questions is the very beginning of understanding who you are and how you relate to those around you, by using a new and exciting method called Typewatching. Otto Kroeger and Janet M. Thuesen have developed Typewatching from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, which was derived from the work of C. G. Jung. Now they have put together the first and only popular guide to the MBTI in Type Talk. Here is a one-of-a-kind guide that describes this scientifically validated approach to “name-calling,” a method that has been used for more than forty years by individuals, families, corporations, and governments who want to communicate better. Typewatching as explained in Type Talk is easy to learn and natural to use. With even moderate practice it can help teachers teach and students learn, workers work and bosses boss. It can help lovers love, parents parent, and everyone accept themselves and others more easily. Best of all, Typewatching is fun. Type Talk examines the four pairs of preferences that are fundamental to every personality type: Extraversion/Introversion, Sensing/iNtuition, Thinking/Feeling, and Judging/Perceiving. Kroeger and Thuesen provide a self-evaluation that can be used to determine which of each of these preferences best describes you. They delineate every combination of preferences—there are 16 different personality types, so you are sure to find yourself—and they go on to demonstrate how to analyze and evaluate other people as well. Once armed with this knowledge, you will learn how to thrive in a world of so many different types. Here is a celebration of the similarities and differences in people, an odyssey of discovery in which the final destination is success, satisfaction, and serenity.

The Typewatching® Profiles

Excerpted from Type Talk / the 16 Personality Types That Determine How We Live, Love, and Work

Author: Otto Kroeger

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 80

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Marriage at the Crossroads

Couples in Conversation About Discipleship, Gender Roles, Decision Making and Intimacy

Author: Aída Besançon Spencer

Publisher: InterVarsity Press

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page:

View: 149

Have you ever wondered how egalitarian and complementarian marriages play out differently on a day-to-day level? In this unique book AÍda and William Spencer and Steve and Celestia Tracy, two couples from the differing perspectives of egalitarianism and soft complementarianism, share a constructive dialogue about marriage in practice. They cover a variety of topics like marriage discipleship, headship and submission, roles and decision-making, and intimacy in marriage. Also included are responses from three additional cultural frameworks: North American Hispanic, Korean American and African American. Whether you're still working out your views on marriage or have found an approach you're comfortable with, this book will help you better understand the two perspectives on the ground level. While the theological starting points are different, you may be surprised to see the degree of convergence on practical issues as the dialogue unfolds.

Personal, Academic and Career Development in Higher Education

SOARing to Success

Author: Arti Kumar

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 296

View: 408

This book is the first to show how to integrate Personal Development Planning (PDP) activities into teaching in higher education. It is packed with activities, exercises, lesson plans, resources, reflective questionnaires, skills audits and case studies, and with suggestions for how these may be customized to suit different groups of students in different subject areas. By embedding activities into the curriculum, students are encouraged to engage with the PDP process to help them: gain a better understanding of what and how they are learning improve study skills gain a clear idea strengths and areas for development improve ability to explain and discuss skills and abilities with prospective employers, with the evidence to support your claims become a more effective, independent and confident self-directed learner. Personal Development Planning will help all staff and educational development professionals, teachers in HE, and advisers and support staff in careers services enable students to build up a personal development record to improve their ability to relate their learning and achievements to employers' interests and needs and, ultimately, gain employment.

Creative You

Using Your Personality Type to Thrive

Author: David B. Goldstein

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 291

View: 392

Helps each reader unleash his or her innate creative skills based on a unique personality type and succeed in every endeavor. Original. 20,000 first printing.

Career Management for Chemists

A Guide to Success in a Chemistry Career

Author: John Fetzer

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 266

View: 668

John Fetzer’s "Career Management for Chemists" provides ample, common-sense guidance on the key topics such as: Resumés and CVs, Staying Driven & Current, Personal Skills & Traits Networking, Teamwork & Leadership, Speaking & Listening Writing Research Papers, Mentoring, Behavior & Rewards The practical coverage reflects not only his long professional experience but also his insight that, especially in today’s changing workplace, expectations and strategies for career management require constant re-evaluation. Provides real, common-sense, and proven means to enrich and make more rewarding a technical career. Pre-publication comments from colleagues - "Not only the student who is taking his first steps in the scientific world would profit abundantly by mining this book for views and ideas on the different sides of his chosen career. Also the seasoned scientist will be stimulated to scrutinize his own habits and pick up new thoughts, thereby becoming a more skilled instructor of his younger colleagues." J. Andersson, University of Münster, Germany "As one of the international collaborators of Dr. John Fetzer, I want to warmly congratulate him. His efforts nicely summarize very important topics for all who work in scientific activities. But, at the same time, Career Management for Chemists also provides some real insights for many people who are not working in science. This is a nice guidebook on how to enrich our lives and help us to become more successful!! K. Jinno, Toyohashi University of Technology

Analyzing Social Policy

Multiple Perspectives for Critically Understanding and Evaluating Policy

Author: Mary Katherine O'Connor

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 336

View: 433

From formulation to implementation, an approach to the analysis of social policy through the lens of research Analyzing Social Policy prepares professionals and students to make better informed decisions related to identifying and understanding the intricacies and potential impact of social policymaking and enactment on their organization as well as their individual responsibilities, goals, and objectives. Authors Mary Katherine O'Connor and F. Ellen Netting thoroughly examine various approaches to the analysis of social policies and how these approaches provide the knowledge, multiple perspectives, and other resources to understand and grasp the nuances of social policy in all its complexity. Comprehensive and based on research, Analyzing Social Policy explores: An overview of the practice of social policy analysis The role of research in guiding policy analysis The idea of policy analyses as research Themes, assumptions, and major theories that undergird rational models of policy analysis Nonrational themes, assumptions, and major theories informing nontraditional interpretive and critical approaches to policy analysis Strategies for applying selected models and approaches when engaging in policy analysis as research Providing practitioners and students with a set of tools that can be used to enhance an understanding of what constitutes policy as well as acceptable standards for critical analysis of policy, this resource enables policy advocates—regardless of their level—to be political, strategic, and critical in their work.

Type Talk at Work

How 16 Personality Types Determine Your Success on the Job

Author: Otto Kroeger

Publisher: Delta

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 400

View: 696

A fully revised, tenth anniversary edition of the guide on "typewatching" in the workplace is based on Myers-Briggs Type« psychology and enables readers to identify and understand healthy personality differences while applying knowledge about personality dynamics to professional relationships. Reprint.

Authentic Marriages

How to Connect with Other Couples Through a Marriage Accountability Group

Author: Jeff Helton

Publisher: Moody Pub

ISBN:

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 203

View: 910

With a team of supporters at their side, every married couple can grow deeper and stronger in their love for each other. This book explains the philosophy of marriage accountability groups and includes practical guidelines for forming and participating in one.

Effective Group Discussion

Theory and Practice

Author: Gloria J. Galanes

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities Social

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 454

View: 236

Written for the small group communication course, Effective Group Discussion combines the most recent research findings relevant to understanding small groups with the practical tools students need to become productive group members. This text's implementation of research and theory in the systems approach framework provide students with a unique understanding of the scholarship in this field. This leading text is about secondary groups of all kinds: work groups, committees, task forces, self-directed work teams, and other small groups whose objectives include finding solutions to problems, producing goods, and creating policies. Gloria Galanes has become the lead author and brings a vast knowledge of computer-mediated group communication and culture that is reflected in this edition.