Description - Making a Difference by Being Yourself by Gregory E. Huszczo
We are all hardwired to seek purpose and happiness but what we find meaningful varies according to personality and experience. Making a Difference by Being Yourself deconstructs the puzzle by zeroing in on how our unique personality type frames what 'making a difference' means and drives the actions we take to leave our mark on the people and organisations we care about.
Building on the powerful fundamentals of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment, a dynamic framework identifies four key types: Stabilizers, Harmonizers, Catalysts, and Visionaries, and combines with research and stories from over 500 people to chart a journey of self discovery and beyond. With dozens of exercises, assessment tools, and examples, Making a Difference by Being Yourself delivers a complete toolkit to take personal insight and awareness to the next level: to live life consciously and exploit our strengths and talents in ways that make a meaningful difference.
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Author Biography - Gregory E. Huszczo
Gregory E Huszczo, PhD is a psychologist, consultant, trainer, and author of the classic works Tools for Team Excellence and Tools for Team Leadership. With more than 30 years' experience working with clients that include Ford Motor Company, Digital Equipment Corporation, La-Z-Boy, Unisys, AFSCME, Navistar, and the National Coalition for Community and Justice, he is currently professor of organisational behavior and development at Eastern Michigan University.