Type talk at work : how 16 personality types determine your success on the job / Otto Kroeger with Janet M. Thuesen and Hile Rutledge.
By: Kroeger, Otto.
Contributor(s): Thuesen, Janet M | Rutledge, Hile.Material type: BookPublisher: New York : Dell Pub., c2002Edition: Rev. and updated.Description: xv, 400 p. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 0440509289 (pbk.); 9780440509288 (pbk.).Subject(s): Personality and occupation | Typology (Psychology) | Myers-Briggs Type Indicator | Interpersonal relations | Personnel managementDDC classification: 155.2/64
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"A Tilden Press book."
What's your type at work? Are you one of those organized people who always complete their projects before they are due? Or do you put off getting the job done until the very last possible moment? Is your boss someone who readily lets you know how you are doing? Or does she always leave you unsure of precisely where you stand? Do you find that a few people on your team are incredibly creative but can never seem to get to a meeting on time? Do others require a specific agenda at the meeting in order to focus on the job at hand? Bestselling authors Otto Kroeger and Janet Thuesen make it easy to recognize your own type and those of your co-workers in Type talk at work, a revolutionary guide to understanding your workplace and thriving in it. Fully revised and updated for its 10th anniversary, this popular classic now features a new chapter on leadership, showing you how to be more effective on the job. Get the most out of your employees--and employers--using the authors' renowned expertise on typology. With Type talk at work, you'll never look at the office the same way again!
II Putting typewatching to work -- III The sixteen profiles at work.
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Library Journal ReviewWritten by noted consultant Kroeger and his colleagues, this entertaining and informative volume is aimed at anyone trying to navigate the challenging social setting of the workplace. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) on which it is based was originally developed by Katherine Briggs and Isabel Myers Briggs, who drew on the work of Swiss psychologist Carl Jung. This method has been widely used as a tool in both education and business. Originally published in 1988 and now fully revised and updated, the book is designed to help readers identify their own type and gain insight into the learning and operating styles of their colleagues. Its three sections are an introduction to typewatching (determining types), putting typewatching to work (leadership, team building, and conflict resolution), and understanding the 16 type profiles. A self-help book sure to be popular with readers, it will appeal to those who want to go a step beyond horoscopes to succeed in their careers. Recommended for self-help and popular business collections in public libraries and for academic libraries that collect in management consulting. Rona Ostrow, Lehman Coll. Lib., CUNY, Bronx (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
Author notes provided by SyndeticsOtto Kroeger , ENFJ, is the founder of Otto Kroeger Associates, a consulting firm based in Fairfax, Virginia, working exclusively with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. A former Lutheran clergyman, he has been working in organizational development and the behavioral sciences for more than two decades. He has lectured on Typewatching extensively throughout the United States, and in Europe and Asia, and has worked with hundreds of corporations, including AT&T, Xerox, IBM, Marine Midland Bank, Ford, Exxon, and the World Bank. He has worked extensively with the Defense Department, presenting Typewatching for all four major branches of the military; his seminars are now required course work at many military schools and training facilities.
Janet M. Thuesen, INFP, president of Otto Kroeger Associates, has had an extensive career in education, business, and counseling. She has taught at grade levels from preschool through college and has worked with emotionally disturbed adolescents and chemically dependent women. She also served as assistant director of Organizational Development at the White House and at the Department of Education in executive and management development. She has trained hundreds of professionals in administering and interpreting typewatching skills and has spoken extensively on the subject.
Hile Rutledge is the president of the training, consulting, and publishing firm OKA, as well as one of the United States' most renowned trainers in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the EQ-i (Emotional Intelligence) assessment instruments. He is also a co-author of the bestselling Type Talk at Work . Rutledge lives with his family in Falls Church, Virginia.