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  1. Roberts, Dutton, Spreitzer, Heaphy & Quinn (2005)
    Composing the Reflected Best-Self Portrait: Building Pathways toward Becoming Extraordinary”, Academy of Management Review, October.
  2. F. Fantini (2005)
    La Lezione del gatto”, Sperling & Kupfer Editori.
  3. R. Nathan & L. Hill (2006)
    Career Counselling”, SAGE Publications.
  4. R. N. Bolles (2001)
    What Colour is Your Parachute?”, Ten Speed Press.
  5. H. Ibarra (2004)
    Working Identity, Unconventional Strategies for Reinventing Your Career”, Harvard Business School Press.
  6. S. Vulcano (2005)
    Scegliersi, Scegliere, Essere Scelti”, Franco Angeli
  7. M. Buckingam, D. O. Clifton (2002)
    Now Discover Your Strengths”, The Free Press.
  8. L. M.Roberts, G. Spreitzer, J. Dutton, R. Quinn, E. Heaphy, B. Barker (2005)
    How to Play to Your Strengths - Reflected best self”, Harvard Business Review.
  9. R. Nelles (2001)
    Proof of Performance: How to Build a Career Portfolio to Land a Great New Job”, Impact Publications
  10. A. C. Guarino (2007)
    Smart is not enough”, John Wiley and Sons.
  11. C. B. Handy (1995)
    The age of unreason”, Random House.
  12. P. F. Drucker (1999)
    Management Challenges for the 21st Century”, HarperCollins.
  13. T. McMorris (2006)
    Coaching Science: Theory in to Practice”, John Wiley and Sons.
  14. N. Charness, R. R. Hoffman, P. J. Feltovich, K. A. Ericsson (2006)
    The Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance”, Cambridge University Press.
  15. M. L. Burton, R. A. Wedemeyer (1992)
    In Transition: From the Harvard Business School Club of New York's Career Management Seminar”, HarperBusiness,U.S.
  16. A. Magistà (2006)
    Career Book: Guida Lavoro & Master”, La Repubblica – L’Espresso
  17. J. H. Greenhaus, G. A. Callanan
    Encyclopedia of Career Development”, Sage Publications, Inc
Test
  1. L. R. Aiken (2002)
    Psychological Testing and Assessment”, Allyn & Bacon
  2. T. Gilovich (1993)
    How We Know What Isn't So: Fallibility of Human Reason in Everyday Life”, The Free Press
  3. H. Gardner (1993)
    Frames of Mind: Theory of Multiple Intelligences”, Fontana Press.
  4. P. J. Howard, J. M. Howard (2000)
    The Owner's Manual for Personality at Work: How the Big Five Personality Traits Affect Performance, Communication, Teamwork, Leadership, and Sales”, Bard Press.
  5. O. Kroeger, J. M. Thuesen, H. Rutledge (2002)
    Type Talk at Work: How the 16 Personality Types Determine Your Success on the Job”, Delta.
  6. D. Keirsey (1998)
    Please Understand Me: 2”, Prometheus Nemesis Book Company
  7. J. Barrett, G. Williams (2003)
    Test Your Own Aptitude”, Kogan Page Ltd
  8. C. G. Jung, H.G. Baynes (1921)
    Psychological Types”, Kegan Paul Trench Trubner
  9. I. Myers (1990)
    Introduction to type: A Description of The Theory and Applications of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator”, Centre for Applications for Psychological Type.
  10. R. B. Cattell (1965)
    The scientific analysis of personality”, Penguin Books.
  11. M. R Barrick, & M. K Mount (1991)
    The Big Five Personality Dimensions and Job Performance: A Meta-Analysis”, Personnel Psychology, 44(1), 1-26.
  12. R. Riding, S. Rayner (1998)
    Cognitive Styles and Learning Strategies: Understanding Style Differences in Learning and Behaviour”, David Fulton Publishers Ltd
  13. L. A. Pervin, O. P. John (1999)
    Handbook of Personality”, Guilford Press, 2nd ed.
  14. P. J. Howard, J. M. Howard (1995)
    The Big Five Quickstart: An Inroduction for Human Resource Professionals”, Center for Applied Cognitive Studies.
  15. L. R. Goldberg, J. A. Johnson, H. W. Eber, R. Hogan, M. C. Ashton, C. R. Cloninger, H. G. Gough (2006)
    The International Personality item pool and the future of public-domani personality measures”, Journal of Research in Personality, 40, 84-96.
  16. International Personality Item Pool:
    A Scientific Collaboratory for the Development of Advanced Measures of Personality and Other Individual Differences. http://ipip.ori.org
  17. N. E. Betz, F. H. Borgen (2000)
    The future of Career Assessment: Integrating Vocational Interests With Self-Efficacy and Personal Styles”, Journal of Career Assessment, 8, 329-338.
  18. M. M. Nauta (2004)
    Self-Efficacy as a Mediator of the Relationships between Personality Factors and Career Interests”, Journal of Career Assessment, 12, 381-394.
  19. M. M. Nauta (2007)
    Career Interests, Self-Efficacy, and Personality as Antecedents of Career Exploration ”, Journal of Career Assessment, 15, 162-180.
  20. R. O. Hartman, N. E. Betz (2007)
    The Five-Factor Model and Career Self-Efficacy: General and Domain Specific Relationships”, Journal of Career Assessment, 15, 145-161.
  21. J. W. Lounsbury, J. M. Loveland, E. D. Sunstrom, L. W. Gibson, A. W. Drost, F. L. Hamrick (2003)
    An Investigation of Personality Traits in Relation to Career Satisfaction”, Journal of Career Assessment, 11, 287-307.
Coaching
  1. J. Whitmore, L. Withworth, H. Kimsey-House (1999)
    Co-active Coaching: New Skills for Coaching People Toward Success in Work and Life”, Davies-Black Publishing
  2. M. A. Bench (2003)
    Career Coaching: an Insider's Guide”, Career Coach Institute
  3. S. Skiffington, P. Zeus (2003)
    Behavioral Coaching: Building Sustainable Personal and Organizational Strengths”, McGraw-Hill Education
  4. T. McMorris, T. Hale (2006)
    Coaching Science: Theory into Practice”, John Wiley and Sons Ltd
  5. J. Starr (2003)
    The Coaching Manual”, Pearson Education Ltd.
  6. R. Luecke, H. Ibarra (2004)
    Coaching and Mentoring”, Harvard Business School.
Sviluppo Individuale
  1. K. Blanchard, S. Gottry (2004)
    Non rinviare a domani”, Sperling & Kupfer Editori.
  2. B. Tracy (2004)
    Eat that frog!”, Hodder and  Stoughton.
  3. G. M. Parker (2003)
    Cross-Functional Teams”, Jossey-Bass.
  4. S. Reynard, B. Streibel (2000)
    The Team”, Memory Jogger series, Goal/QPC and Oriel.
  5. M. Watkins (2003)
  6. Negotiation”, Harvard Business School.
  7. V. A. Kremenyuk (2002)
    International Negotiation”, Jossey-Bass.
  8. M. Munter (2003)
    Business Communication”, Harvard Business School.
  9. L. Walters (1993)
    Secrets of successful Speakers”, McGraw Hill
  10. L. P. Leach (2000)
    Critical Chain Project Management”, Artech House Publishers..
  11. P. Martin, K. G. Tate (1999)
    Project Management”, Memory Jogger series, Goal/QPC and Oriel.
  12. Staff (2001)
    A Guide to the Project Management body of Knowledge”, Project Management Institute, Inc.
  13. M. Michalko (2001)
    Cracking Creativity ”, Ten Speed Press.
  14. D. Ritter, M. Brassard (1998)
    Creativity Tools”, Memory Jogger series, Goal/QPC and Oriel.
  15. B. McFarlan, A. Yellowlees (2006)
    Are you good enough?”, Capstone Publishing Limited.
  16. C. Field, M. Brassard (2000)
    Problem Solving”, Memory Jogger series, Goal/QPC and Oriel.
  17. S. Hashemi, B. Hashemi (2002)
    Anyone can do it”, Capstone Publishing Ltd.
  18. R. Ashton (2004)
    The entrpreneur’s Book of Checklists”, Pearson Education Limited.
  19. J. Horan (2004)
    The One Page Business Plan”, The One Page Business Plan Company.
  20. E. N. Chapman (2001)
    Ottimisti si diventa”, FrancoAngeli
  21. S.R. Lloyd, C. Berthelot (2002)
    Come ottenere quello che volete dalla vita”, FrancoAngeli
  22. J. Gabarro, J.P. Kotter (1980)
    Managing Your Boss”, HBR, Harvard Business School Publishing.
  23. L. A. Hill (2004)
    Becoming a leader”, HBR, Harvard Business School Publishing.
  24. P. Hathaway, S.D. Shubert (1994)
    Come imparare a lavorare con proprio capo e sopravvivergli!”, FrancoAngeli
  25. J. Hoover (2004)
    Come sopravvivere a un capo idiota”, Edizioni Piemme Spa
  26. T. Ruffilli (2004)
    UBS business Plan”, UBS & IFJ Institute.
  27. Staff (2001)
    Vault Guide to Starting your Business”, Vault.
  28. Staff (2000)
    Dall’idea commerciale al piano imprenditoriale”, Politecnico di Milano.
  29. H. Gardner (1993)
    Multiple Intelligences”, Basic Books.
  30. B. Prashnig (2007)
    Learning Styles and Personalised Teaching”, Network Continuum.
  31. D.F. Channon (1999)
    Encyclopedic Dictionary of Strategic Management”, Blackwell Publishers.
  32. G. Arnold (1998)
    Corporate Financial Management”, Prentice Hall Financial Times.
  33. B. Ryan (2001)
    Strategic Accounting for Management”, Thomson Learning.
  34. N. Slack, S. Chambers, R. Johnston (2001)
    Operations Management”, Prentice Hall Financial Times.
  35. T. Jelassi, A Enders (2005)
    Strategies for e-Business”, Prentice Hall Financial Times.
  36. D. Jobber (2001)
    Principles & Practice of Marketing”, McGraw-Hill.
  37. R.M. Grant (2002)
    Contemporary Strategy Analysis”, Blackwell Publishers.
Contenuti e Articoli
  1. F. Pace
    Weblog “Working Week”, lavoro.blog.kataweb.it.
  2. E. Berneschi (2007-2008)
    Professioni Emergenti”, Economy, 01/2007-06/2008.

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