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Warriors, workers, whiners, & weasels : understanding and using the four personality types to your advantage, Tim O'Leary

Label
Warriors, workers, whiners, & weasels : understanding and using the four personality types to your advantage
Title
Warriors, workers, whiners, & weasels
Title remainder
understanding and using the four personality types to your advantage
Statement of responsibility
Tim O'Leary
Title variation
Warriors, workers, whiners, and weasels
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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O'Leary, Tim
Dewey number
658.3001/9
Index
index present
LC call number
HF5548.8
LC item number
.O49 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Psychology, Industrial
  • Organizational behavior
  • Personality
  • Organizational behavior
  • Personality
  • Psychology, Industrial
Label
Warriors, workers, whiners, & weasels : understanding and using the four personality types to your advantage, Tim O'Leary
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Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
PART I: RECOGNIZING THE 4 PERSONALITY TYPES -- Chapter 1. "Boss Hawg" and the Budding Warrior: How I Learned about Warriors, Workers, Whiners, and Weasels -- Chapter 2. "But Of Course, I'm a Warrior": How to Become What You Really Want to Be -- Chapter 3. The Ultimate Warriors: Ten Warriors That Made A Big Difference -- Chapter 4. Rights = Responsibility: Recognize that You're Not Entitled to Success -- PART II: ARE YOU A WARRIOR? (And If Not, How to Become One) -- Chapter 5. Profile of a Warrior: ("The Duke" Already Taught You Everything you Need to Know) -- Chapter 6. The Warrior's Toolbox: Ten Tools that Every Warrior Should Possess -- Chapter 7. Warriors in Action (and Missing in Action): How to Use Warrior Tools Effectively -- Chapter 8. A Recipe for Failure: Insecurity in All Its Forms -- and How to Overcome It -- Chapter 9. A Warrior Drill: Time to Tune Up Your Tools -- PART III: WORKERS -- The Backbone of the Workplace -- Chapter 10. Seven Types of Workers: Understanding Their Different Motivations -- PART IV: WHINERS -- And What to Do About Them -- Chapter 11. "Excuse Me While I Whine": Types of Whiners in Life and the Workplace -- Chapter 12. A Recipe for Failure: Addictions -- and How to Overcome Them -- Chapter 13. Are You a Whiner? Signs to Watch For -- Chapter 14. A Recipe for Failure: How "The Loudmouth" -- Can Derail Your Career (and Your Personal Relationships) -- Chapter 15. Get Over It! Five Rules to Live By to Avoid Being a Whiner -- Chapter 16. A Recipe for Failure: "The Procrastinator" Creates More Work -- For Everyone -- PART V: WEASELS -- How to Avoid Becoming One (or Reform!) and How to Get Rid of Them -- Chapter 17. Sneaky, Beady-Eyed Little Critters: Recognizing Weasel Behaviors and Traits -- Chapter 18. Weasels at Work -- And How to Develop "Weasel Radar" -- Chapter 19. The Way of the Weasel: Four of My Favorite Weasel Stories -- Chapter 20. The Weasel Tax: The Hight Price We All Pay for Rodent Infestation -- PART VI: WRAPPING UP -- Chapter 21. Love Yourself -- Just Not Too Much: Walking the Fine Line Between Healthy Self Confidence and a Destructive Ego -- Chapter 22. Enjoy the Ride, or The Lesson You Should Really Learn From This Book -- Index
Extent
1 online resource (vii, 240 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)243598500
Label
Warriors, workers, whiners, & weasels : understanding and using the four personality types to your advantage, Tim O'Leary
Link
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
PART I: RECOGNIZING THE 4 PERSONALITY TYPES -- Chapter 1. "Boss Hawg" and the Budding Warrior: How I Learned about Warriors, Workers, Whiners, and Weasels -- Chapter 2. "But Of Course, I'm a Warrior": How to Become What You Really Want to Be -- Chapter 3. The Ultimate Warriors: Ten Warriors That Made A Big Difference -- Chapter 4. Rights = Responsibility: Recognize that You're Not Entitled to Success -- PART II: ARE YOU A WARRIOR? (And If Not, How to Become One) -- Chapter 5. Profile of a Warrior: ("The Duke" Already Taught You Everything you Need to Know) -- Chapter 6. The Warrior's Toolbox: Ten Tools that Every Warrior Should Possess -- Chapter 7. Warriors in Action (and Missing in Action): How to Use Warrior Tools Effectively -- Chapter 8. A Recipe for Failure: Insecurity in All Its Forms -- and How to Overcome It -- Chapter 9. A Warrior Drill: Time to Tune Up Your Tools -- PART III: WORKERS -- The Backbone of the Workplace -- Chapter 10. Seven Types of Workers: Understanding Their Different Motivations -- PART IV: WHINERS -- And What to Do About Them -- Chapter 11. "Excuse Me While I Whine": Types of Whiners in Life and the Workplace -- Chapter 12. A Recipe for Failure: Addictions -- and How to Overcome Them -- Chapter 13. Are You a Whiner? Signs to Watch For -- Chapter 14. A Recipe for Failure: How "The Loudmouth" -- Can Derail Your Career (and Your Personal Relationships) -- Chapter 15. Get Over It! Five Rules to Live By to Avoid Being a Whiner -- Chapter 16. A Recipe for Failure: "The Procrastinator" Creates More Work -- For Everyone -- PART V: WEASELS -- How to Avoid Becoming One (or Reform!) and How to Get Rid of Them -- Chapter 17. Sneaky, Beady-Eyed Little Critters: Recognizing Weasel Behaviors and Traits -- Chapter 18. Weasels at Work -- And How to Develop "Weasel Radar" -- Chapter 19. The Way of the Weasel: Four of My Favorite Weasel Stories -- Chapter 20. The Weasel Tax: The Hight Price We All Pay for Rodent Infestation -- PART VI: WRAPPING UP -- Chapter 21. Love Yourself -- Just Not Too Much: Walking the Fine Line Between Healthy Self Confidence and a Destructive Ego -- Chapter 22. Enjoy the Ride, or The Lesson You Should Really Learn From This Book -- Index
Extent
1 online resource (vii, 240 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)243598500

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