Self-assessment Library 3.4: Insights Into Your Skills, Interests and Abilities

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Pearson South Africa, Jul 1, 2008 - Business & Economics - 131 pages
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Prentice Hall's Self-Assessment Library is a unique learning tool that allows students to assess their knowledge, beliefs, feelings, and actions in regard to a wide range of personal skills, abilities, and interests. Provided scoring keys allow for immediate, individual analysis. This single volume of sixty-nine research-based instruments is organized into four parts– and offers students one source from which to learn more about themselves.

  

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I never really felt like I came out of an assessment with a better understanding of myself. Seemed very run-of-the-mill. Read full review

Contents

B Values and Attitude Insights
13
Motivation Insights
21
Decision Making Insights
37
WORKING WITH OTHERS
49
Power and Conflict Skills
66
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77
Change and Stress
91
NEW ASSESSMENTS
98
B Motivation Insights
106
Mood and Emotion Insights
112
F Organization Structure
126
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About the author (2008)

Stephen P. Robbins received his Ph.D. from the University of Arizona. He previously worked for the shell Oil Company and Reynolds Metals Company and has taughtat the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Concordia University in Montreal, the University of Baltimore, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, and San Diego State University. Dr. Robbins; research interests have focused on conflict, power and politics in organizations, behavioral decision making, and the development of effective interpersonal skills. His articles on these and other topics have appeared in such journals as Business Horizons, California Management Review, Business and Economic Perspectives, International Management, Management Review, Canadian Personnel and Industrial relations, and Journal of Management Education.

Dr. Robbins is a best-selling textbook author in the areas of management and organizational behavior. His books have sold in excess of three million copies and are currently used by students in more than a thousand U.S. colleges and universities, and have been translated into16 languages.

Dr. Robbins also actively participates in masters' track competition. Since turning 50 in 1993, he has set numerous indoor and outdoor age-group world sprint records. He has set numerous indoor and outdoor age-group world sprint records. He has won more than a dozen indoor and outdoor U.S. Championships at 60 m, 100 m, 200 m, and 400 m, and won seven gold medals at World Masters Championships. In 2005, he was induced into the Masters track & Field Hall of Fame.

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