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Know Yourself, Coworkers and Your Organization

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Dissatisfied with your job and considering a change? Interested in learning more about yourself? Want to become a better manager?

    Know Yourself, Co-Workers and Your Organization will help you:
  • Explore your personality and gain new self-insights

  • Examine career options based upon your talents, needs and interests

  • Determine the best work environment for yourself

  • Discover strengths and skills you have overlooked or never thought about

  • Make sound career decisions by applying a scientifically validated theory of vocations

  • Understand why people behave, think and communicate in very different ways

  • Learn to motivate associates based upon their personalities and get the best out of your team

  • As a manager, understand the strengths and limitations of your leadership style

Know Yourself, Co-workers and Your Organization walks you through a series of engaging self-tests and exercises to define your personality type within the theory of prominent vocational psychologist, John L. Holland. This easy to understand philosophy will help you find the keys to a satisfying career and rewarding relationships. Know Yourself, Co-workers and Your Organization is jargon-free, non-technical and straightforward, making the information accessible to all readers.

Recipient of the 2002 Midwest Independent Publishers Association Merit Award in the Self-Help/Psychology Category

This course is based on the , Know Yourself, Coworkers and Your Organization created by Jack Juchnowski, M.S.

Course Material Author

Jack Juchnowski, M.S.

Jack Juchnowski is a human resources and career consultant and trainer who has conducted more than 5,000 pre-employment and developmental assessments for clients in all major industries. He has assessed personnel for technical, sales, management and executive positions. He has also developed career-oriented questionnaires, employment tests and undertaken job analysis studies.

Course Creator

Keith Gibson, Ph.D.

Course Objectives:

  1. to understand the six Holland  personality types and what makes each different

  2. to understand the six Holland work environments and what makes each unique

  3. to know how to apply the Holland concepts to better understand themselves and others

  4. to know how to define a job or educational program within the Holland scheme

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Course Number 3017
9 credit hours
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