Item description for The Way We Work: What You Know about Working Styles Can Increase Your Efficiency, Productivity and Job Satisfaction (Life At Work Company) by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias...
Overview Do you feel "stuck" or frustrated at work? Increase your efficiency, productivity, and job satisfaction by discovering your own unique working style! By taking these personality assessments and better understanding your individual "mental wiring," you can revolutionize your workday, improve your job performance, and understand your colleagues better, too!
Publishers Description The key to success in the workplace is understanding the work habits of those around you. Cynthia Ulrich Tobias, president and CEO of Learning Styles Unlimited, unlocks the mystery behind our motivation in her latest book. Discover how to identify many areas of frustration and conflict that can be directly attributed to a mismatch of learning styles. Then find positive ways of building on natural strengths to reach your desired outcome.
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Studio: B&H Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.98" Width: 6.08" Height: 0.44" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Mar 15, 1999
Publisher B&H Publishing Group
Series Life At Work Company
ISBN 0805418334 ISBN13 9780805418330 UPC 634337012995
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More About Cynthia Ulrich Tobias
Cynthia Ulrich Tobias, M.Ed., has a successful background that includes more than thirty years as an author and popular speaker for businesses, churches, and schools around the world; eight years of teaching public high school; and 6 years in law enforcement. She has written numerous books and is often a featured guest on radio and television. She and her husband, Jack live in the Seattle area."
Cynthia Ulrich Tobias currently resides in Sumner, in the state of Washington. Cynthia Ulrich Tobias was born in 1953.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Way We Work: What You Know about Working Styles Can Increase Your Efficiency, Productivity and Job Satisfaction?
Can't we all just get along (and together)? Jan 5, 2004
The book describes another knock-off copy-cat system of the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator and the MBTI's marvellous refinement, Keirseian Temperament. Wouldn't it be great if all these copycat system people, and the MBTI and Keirsian people, could get together and admit they are merely describing the same thing? Heck, the world might actually see the truth to these systems, once they're unified. But no, I guess there's money to be made by coining a new name for something and establishing a copyright for that new name. Still, basically, it more or less all boils down to 4 basic temperaments, further extrapolating into 16 total types, no matter which system. This book is brief and hence does not get into much of any depth, but it is useful for an introduction to the idea. One thing humorous: The author is obviously a Sensing Perceiver on the MBTI (I forget what she calls it in her system) and admits that her type does not like being predictable or nailed down to anything; then, she spends the rest of the book hedging her bets and declaring that her type fluctuates and is really hard to nail down. (Something which MBTI most emphatically denies; still, it is typical of SPs to hate being predictable).
Great Book, Enjoyabe Reading Apr 30, 2003
This was a wonderful book. I laughed throughout the entire book. It is so practical and applicable!
No more cookie cutter learning styles! Nov 30, 1999
The Way We Work by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias
The Way We Work is a wonderful followup to Ms. Tobias's previous book, The Way They Learn. As an entrepreneur and educator, I thoroughly enjoyed seeing these learning styles translated into workplace applications. Not only does the book encourage evaluation of our own learning styles, but teaches us how to get along with those having different learning and communication styles from our own.
The author wisely discourages the use of labeling and cookie-cutter analysis, which is a refreshing approach. This is one I will quickly place on my recommended reading list for my students and colleagues alike. Well done!
A MUST READ FOR EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES May 20, 1999
Forget over-priced feel-good sensitivity seminars. This book is full of common sense insights and ideas that will really make things better at work! Whether you are top level management, a worker bee, or somewhere in the middle you will benefit enormously by reading this book.