Description : The four temperaments are patterns of organization. David Keirsey described these patterns of organization in the popular book Please Understand Me. By understanding these four temperament patterns we can better understand and relate to others. In this booklet, Linda V. Berens has made these temperament patterns more available and applicable to everyday life. Understanding Yourself and Others, An Introduction to Temperament is designed to be interactive so you can explore the four temperament patterns and identify your own and others.
Description : Written by an experienced coach based at Warwick Business School, this book gives a range of practical ideas and exercises to enable you to make sense of how you and others think and behave, so that you can manage yourself and your relationships more effectively. Topics include: ? Understanding your personality type ? Enhancing your conversations and interactions with others ? Assertiveness and handling conflict ? Influencing others ? Managing your time ? Achieving things through other people ? Taking part in meetings
Description : A journey through the forest that composes the inner-self. Daring forbidden insights that cut to the bone of truth of what we are, how we are, and why we are what we are. We are covered by "The Thin Skin of Civilization," but here is revealed what lies beneath that skin.
Description : Understand more about the mind and how it works with Brilliant Psychology. Bringing this complex area to life, it covers everything you need to know on how we perceive the world, our relationships with others, why psychological problems occur and the key to being happy. Covering the fundamental aspects of the human mind together with an introduction to the important figures and theories, it’s highly practical with an emphasis on how psychology relates to our lives.
Description : This is Australia’s quiet best-selling book and practical guide to self-discovery and personal growth. In it you will discover: • Your own personality style and the style of those you live and work with • How to see yourself as others see you • The strengths, shortcomings and hidden talents of the different styles • What style is best suited to what job • How to pick another’s style within 30 seconds of meeting them. • How to relate better with others • How to avoid personality clashes • How to enrich your relationships What Makes People Tick contains a unique, quick and easy-to-complete questionnaire to discover personality types as well as a Job Compatibility Indicator to pinpoint the most suitable personality type for each occupation. What Makes People Tick is ‘must know’ information for people who have to deal with, live with, sell to, and generally get on with other people.
Description : For courses in Personality Psychology A modern approach to personality that harnesses students' curiosity about themselves and their peers Personality Psychology: Understanding Yourself and Others presents an up-to-date overview of arguably the most interesting and relevant subfield in psychology for today's undergraduate students. Committed to teaching students about personality psychology as well as about life itself, authors Jean Twenge and W. Keith Campbell address students' most pressing questions about friendship, relationships, health, happiness, and more. Designed to appeal to today's students -- who are enmeshed in online networks and fascinated by their own personalities -- Personality Psychology presents theory and research in a fashion that is both engaging and accessible, with plenty of opportunities for students to share their opinions and explore their own experiences. Personality Psychology: Understanding Yourself and Others is also available via REVEL(tm), an interactive learning environment that enables students to read, practice, and study in one continuous experience.