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Knowing yourself, your team, your manager, and your organization are keys to personal and business success. What were once labeled soft skills are now modern requirements in today's workplace - especially if you are trying to get in the door or are already leading a team. This course is specifically designed for the: -Job Seeker: You will create a usable cover letter with feedback from your peers as well as develop exceptional responses to some of the most common, yet challenging interview questions. We will get you the skills to help get in the door! -Team Member: You will develop an action plan to confront your personality weaknesses and highlight your strengths so you can ace your annual review. We will also cover strategies that will help you uncover your true worth so you can ask with more confidence. We will get you the skills to get ahead! -Manager: You will create an effective action plan for an employee, team, or organization based on your new knowledge of personality types and you will create a 360 degree review plan to better identify your strengths and weaknesses. We will get you the skills to rise above the rest! We will dive deep into the types and teach you how to translate your new knowledge into business success by leveraging personality and emotional intelligence in the workplace - wherever you may be! Join us!...



Apr 03, 2018

This was a great course to learn more about yourself and others in your workplace. Highly recommend this course for any organization managers that want to create a more effective team atmosphere.


May 06, 2020

I found this course is really helping me to understand myself and to be understand people around me. None is better or wrong, but every personality need to grow more to their best format.


101 - Personality Types at Work 的 125 个评论(共 134 个)

创建者 Maiken F

Mar 20, 2020

The course is thematically very comprehensive and goes into active engagement with oneself, with different personalities from the personal professional environment ranging from colleagues, employees, superiors and HR managers as recruiters and developers to team and organisational structure. A demanding course with some aha-effects.

创建者 Laksitha

Jul 28, 2019

This is only an introductory course hence the content is good for beginners. A good course if this is your first. The repetition of topics seem to be a bit too much. The sound balance of some videos are mediocre, I had to . Please improve the audio quality.

创建者 Tuutalik B

Apr 11, 2020

I enjoyed this course. One suggestion to make it better is to have one more option for those of us non-managers who are not looking for a job or a promotion, who are simply happy to be the best they can be in their current position.

创建者 Belinda F

Mar 02, 2017

This class provided a new perspective about my coworkers. Helping me to better understand their behavior. It also helped me evaluate my own strengths and weaknesses. A good team building exercise.

创建者 Prakash N

Jul 30, 2020

Course was very nice and quite helpful but could be improved by allowing the participants of this course to invite there friends so, that they could have more fun in learning this course.

创建者 Riya A

Jun 05, 2020

I really loved the course and the teacher is awesome. I learnt many new things form this course and I would definitely use them in my life... Thank you so much for this course 😊

创建者 Deborah C

Jun 08, 2017

Very interesting class, lots of good information. It could be a week or two longer to delve into the personality types a little more. Enjoyed it.


Jun 11, 2017

The material is well organized and clearly presented. The course might benefit from more practical applications.

创建者 Dannie L T Y

May 30, 2020

Good course and good exercise. However the final Peer-Evaluated Assignment is extremely challenging.

创建者 Kristin S

May 03, 2017

I enjoyed the pace and the way the information was presented in this course.

创建者 Leila Z

Jun 20, 2019

Learn more about myself. And understand more about my behavior.


Apr 25, 2020

Good , But some guidelines required to complete assignments

创建者 Pratyush A

Sep 24, 2020

Great course with lots of new things learnt

创建者 Isabella Z O

Aug 23, 2020

it was great!

创建者 Rutwik V A

May 23, 2020

good course !

创建者 Aswani M

Mar 25, 2020

nice work

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Jul 08, 2020


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创建者 Rebecca M

Apr 14, 2020

What you put into this course is what you are going to get back. With that said, if you take the time to do the assignments and listen to all of the lecture given it can be very helpful. However, many of the resource and assignment links to outside sources do not work or lead you to older pages that have not been updated. Many students in this class also do not take the information seriously, leading you to grade incomplete assignments. It would behoove Coursera to audit this class and have a moderator to clean up unhelpful comments in the forums.

创建者 Henrik P

Mar 13, 2017

Im glad I god new knowledge. My view of the course is that Its very theoretical, but not necessary needs to be be. It could benefit with som illustrations for the achy types, since its already around. With some use of either tv-shows or cartoons it can be clear what it means for the types. However this is only my view and to make it even better. Thanks

创建者 Richa K

Dec 01, 2019

Hi team,

Instructor, videos, text and overall concept was very good.

However links were broken, and in-spite of flagging of the issues, they were not fixed. Grammatical and spelling mistakes.

Week 1 was more interesting and relevant to my needs.

创建者 LI Y W

May 27, 2020

Too many content missing and out of date. Too many plagiarisms going on. Anyway, this is a good course with relevant knowledge.

创建者 Syeda F

Nov 25, 2019

This course may have included much more details how to describe a person's feature depending on their personality.

创建者 Lora D H

Jun 08, 2017

I enjoyed the course, but wondered if maybe the capstone project deserves another week.