Month: March 2012

Understanding Your Work Style Preferences

Your Work Style Preferences Understanding your personality type and your work style preferences can help you as you develop career and performance management plans. Personality refers to one’s patterns of thinking, feeling, and acting. Various tools are available to help identify your personality type and work style preferences. The Keirsey Temperament Sorter®-II (KTS®-II), the Myers-Briggs […]

Understanding Your Passion

Passion is Key to Performance and Happiness   So how do you begin to understand your passion?  Start with answering a few questions.  What lights your fire? What do you or would you do for free if possible? Few people really flourish in environments that prevent them from being passionate about their work. Many people […]

Your Values and Career Plans

Values and Career Plans   To develop a realistic career plan you should understand what you value and what you want from your career. As you begin to develop your plan you need to understand what motivates you and determine how you will define success. Your motivations, values, and passion provide a foundation for your […]