Where Is My Coffee Cup?

A Workbook for Finding Your Preferred Job Setting

by Monica H. Schneider, PsyD.


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Softcover
£25.95
Hardcover
£33.95
Softcover
£25.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 07/08/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 46
ISBN : 9781483636313
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 46
ISBN : 9781483636320

About the Book

This workbook is ideally suited for anyone seeking a satisfying job. The methods and materials in this workbook can be successfully used by job seekers as well as career counselors with their clients. It offers a practical and truthful guide for identifying the most congruent person-environment fi t. The approach was developed through my 20 year span of private practice as a career counselor and educator in career development. My background is a doctorate in Industrial Psychology with a particular emphasis on the person-environment fi t. Where is My Coffee Cup? fi ts in a niche within the fi eld of career development. It is designed to readily help people with career development and job search. The workbook’s outcome suggests that the more clarifi cation you have about what you want; the better the odds of finding the job you want. Knowing what to communicate to others, about what you want, is a powerful benefi t to the job seeker. The workbook offers self-assessment and explains work search with an application to a critical factor in fi nding work satisfaction; the job setting selection.


About the Author

Monica Schneider, PsyD, has been a career counselor in private practice and an instructor in Life Career Planning for over 25 years. As a career counselor in private practice, Monica studied the composition of job selection and job search in great detail. She designed and delivered numerous workshops on career development for Drake Beam Morin, an outplacement firm and the University of California, Irvine Graduate School of Management, and as an educator for Marylhurst University’s Career and Life Planning Studies. She established Personal Marketing, a training and development company that she managed for 10 years. Monica combined theory with practice to design this workbook to be used as a guide. She has personalized the experience of work search as a result of many of her own career and job changes and the work she has done with numerous persons in career transition. She is currently an instructor of Psychology at Portland Community College, Cascade Campus. Monica has a doctorate degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from United States International University.