Personality Test
George Washington - Guardian Supervisor (ESTJ) Mother Teresa - Guardian Protector (ISFJ) Albert Einstein - Rational Architect (INTP) Margaret Thatcher - Rational Fieldmarshal (ENTJ) Mikhail Gorbachev - Idealist Teacher (ENFJ) Eleanor Roosevelt - Idealist Counselor (INFJ) Elvis Presley - Artisan Performer (ESFP) Jacqueline Onasis - Artisan Composer (ISFP) Dolley Madison - Guardian Provider (ESFJ) Queen Victoria - Guardian Inspector (ISTJ) Walt Disney - Rational Inventor (ENTP) Dwight David Eisenhower - Rational Mastermind (INTJ) Thomas Paine - Idealist Champion (ENFP) Princess Diana - Idealist Healer (INFP) Charles Lindberg - Artisan Crafter (ISTP) George S. Patton - Artisan Promoter (ESTP)

Learn about yourself, and how to take the best advantage of your natural talents and skills to find and succeed in the job and career you will love.

The Career Planning Process

The more you know about yourself, your strengths, your dreams, and your options, the better choices you can make as you start into the job-finding process.

Navigating the Interview and Selection Process

Once you've identified potential careers that match your talents, skills, and desires, it's time to go out and begin the Interview and Selection process. This process is not just for your potential employer to evaluate you - you are also selecting them. Be ready for both sides of the process.

Succeeding In Your Job

You've found the right fit, and your ready to begin your dream job. After a short honeymoon, however, reality sets in. You're dealing with many new people, with many different personalities. How do you best fit in? How do you create strong, positive relationships? How do you best position yourself for success?

Making Changes

For whatever reason, you're thinking of greener pastures. Might be positive - a promotion to a division located in another region of the country, a more lucrative job in a related field; or it might be less rosy - worries about the economy and layoffs, or it turns out the job isn't the fit you had hoped. Take your personality into account as you evaluate potential career changes.


Temperament and Careers

Planning Process
Finding Your Passion
Your Current Situation
Who Am I?
What Are My Options?
Evaluating Options
Creating an Action Plan

Selection Process
Informational Interviewing
The Toughest Question
Evaluating an Offer
Salary Negotiations

Succeeding On The Job
Your Boss
Dress For Success
Successful Presentations
Working From Home
Dealing With Stress
In a Shrinking Job Market

Making Changes
When to Take Risks?
Taking a Job in a New City
Who Will Get Laid Off?
Is Your Job a Poor Fit?
Networking is Key

Where the Jobs Are
Healthcare: Many Opportunities

Keirsey Products and Services
Individual Assessments
Team Assessments
Temperament Certification
One-on-one Coaching
Team Building Workshops
Company-wide Conferences

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