For each Enneagram style you will find thoughtful and clear descriptions of how each style relates to the spectrum of career choices and a powerful method to determine the path that best fits you,: said Dr. Daniels.
San Francisco, CA (Vocus) July 26, 2010
Career expert Ingrid Stabb is a featured speaker with personality expert and best-selling author Elizabeth Wagele at the upcoming International Enneagram Association Conference July 30-August 1 in San Francisco, where they will unveil the innovative Wagele-Stabb Career Finder.
The Wagele-Stabb Career Finder (WSCF) is the first tool to ever map hundreds of jobs to career competencies associated with Enneagram personality types.
David Daniels, M.D., clinical professor at Stanford Medical School's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science and author of "The Essential Enneagram," called the Wagele-Stabb Career Finder “a groundbreaking work.”
“For each Enneagram style you will find thoughtful and clear descriptions of how each style relates to the spectrum of career choices and a powerful method to determine the path that best fits you,: said Dr. Daniels. "You will discover what career best fits for your style and, in the process, a more fulfilling life.”
The Wagele-Stabb Career Finder features the nine basic personality types encompassing 45 career strengths, such as logical thinking, empathy and social networking. The tool then matches the personality type and career strengths with corresponding jobs in fields such as business, entertainment, information technology, health care, government, and education. The Career Finder also features green jobs, high-growth jobs, and recession-proof jobs.
Each job is rated according to career strengths required for that line of work.
Stabb and Wagele are co-authors of "The Career Within You," released earlier this year by Harper Collins. Stabb and Wagele developed the unique Career Finder tool while writing the book, which helps people find rewarding and fulfilling careers based on personality. Stabb also is the primary adviser to GenJuice, a global network of young college graduates and innovators going on tour to thirteen cities around the United States.
Stabb is a sought-after speaker and a national media source on the topic of careers. Stabb writes a column for "TALK," a trade journal for career coaches and psychologists, chairs the Career Management Committee of the Yale School of Management Alumni Association and is a prominent social marketer in San Francisco.
Stabb has an undergraduate degree from Columbia University and an MBA from Yale. Her multi-sector management career spans Fortune 500 companies, international startups, non-profit work and the U.S. government. She became a leader in the field of personalization with innovations that were applied to product management, loyalty marketing and career management at global Fortune 500 companies and international startups.
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