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    How to Use Personality Tests in Your Job Search

    Searching for a job — including studying and preparing for a job — can be a difficult task. For every person who has known they wanted to be a fireman or nurse since they were five years old, there are many more who need help honing in on a career. They also need some guidance …

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    Hiring Opposite Keirsey Temperaments to Grow Your Company

    The problem most people have when hiring new employees is the tendency to hire people just like themselves. Engineering firms that need a marketer look for engineering-types with marketing experience. Creative types who need someone to manage the office look for other creatives who have operations experience.

    It’s a problem for many leaders — they …

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    Spotting Keirsey/Myers-Briggs Temperaments at a Glance

    Last week, I wrote about how knowing the different Keirsey Temperaments, could help you interact with different people you encounter. This week, I want to give you a basic understanding of how you could spot these different types.

    There are four basic Keirsey Temperaments — SJ, SP, NT, NF — created by psychologist David Keirsey, …

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    Using Myers-Briggs Temperaments to Help With Hiring and Selling

    As you’re sitting in your next job interview, work evaluation, or sales call, knowing the Myers-Briggs temperament of the person sitting across from you can be extremely beneficial.

    If you’ve ever heard of Myers-Briggs, you’re familiar with the 4-letter classification that each personality type has — ENFP, ISTJ, ISTP, ESFJ, and so on. There are …

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