The standard reference work for motive-based personality assessment aims at helping people develop their ability to understand others, improve their capacity for performance and increase their satisfaction with life. It contains an introduction to the assessment, but also a closer look at how it works alongside real-life examples in applying insights relating to the 16 life motives. It is now also available in English.
The book „Personality Assessment with ID37 – Motivation and the Ability to Self-Direct” is the English edition of the standard reference work for motive-based personality diagnostics written by Thomas Staller and Cornelia Kirschke.
The ID37 book aims to help readers develop their ability to understand others, improve their capacity for performance and increase their satisfaction with life. Readers gain deep insights into what drives behavior, satisfaction and success – and how they interrelate. The book shows readers how to use the ID37 personality assessment in ensuring each realm resonates with the other. It shows how exploring one’s own personality can lead to more effective self-direction, greater satisfaction with life, and more profound success.
The book serves as an introduction to the method but also as a reference book for those professionals applying the ID37 personality assessment.
"Personality Assessment with ID37” is geared towards consultants, trainers, coaches, HR managers, HR developers and senior executives who are interested in using the ID37 personality assessment to provide custom-made support for the processes of change being undertaken by their clients and employees.
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