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Psyc 3301 - Psychology of Humans
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11 18 2014 CHAPTER 15 Career Choice and Development Choosing the right career Career choice some key factors Intrinsic appeal of the job or field The role of social influence parental influence social models Personality Holland s 6 personality types Roe s 8 basic occupational groups Gender and ethnicity Populations with special needs 1 11 18 2014 Holland s six different personality types Choosing the right career Career choice some key factors Intrinsic appeal of the job or field The role of social influence parental influence social models Personality Holland s 6 personality types Roe s 8 basic occupational groups Gender and ethnicity Populations with special needs 2 11 18 2014 Roe s 8 basic occupational groups Service Business Managerial Technology Outdoor Science Arts Culture transmission Choosing the right career Career choice some key factors Intrinsic appeal of the job or field The role of social influence parental influence social models Personality Holland s 6 personality types Roe s 8 basic occupational groups Gender and ethnicity Populations with special needs 3 11 18 2014 Choosing the right career Career decision making Learning resources college vocational schools correspondence and distance learning courses military service entry level job experiences Government information resources Selected Characteristics of Occupations Guide for Occupational Exploration Occupational Outlook Handbook Choosing the right career Searching for jobs on the Internet Professional groups networks electronic bulletin boards Job search guides and databases The Online Career Center Listservs Classified ads Resume database services Recruiting agencies 4 11 18 2014 Career development Getting help from your company Human resource planning recruitment job matching long term planning employee development Continuing education in house training performance appraisals Career development Helping yourself by planning for your own career development Knowing yourself traits interests abilities motivations and long term goals Knowing your organization career insight organizational politics formal vs informal networks of communication Establishing and moving toward clear cut goals like a personal program of management by objectives 5 11 18 2014 Career development The changing career Layoffs restructuring downsizing outsourcing Temping Job sharing telecommuting Protean careers Self managed by the individual Determined by the person s needs and changing Circumstances Requires a strong self identity continuous learning and an appropriate balancing of life interests Career development A relational approach to careers Mutuality and reciprocity a two way process Focus on development and learning Self reflection active listening empathy and feedback Training opportunities mentoring recognition coaching and feedback 6 11 18 2014 Career development 360 feedback Helps employees identify their strengths and weaknesses Helps determine their needs for development May encourage worker involvement and teamwork Potential drawbacks threat hard feelings lack of agreement and perceived invalidity Career changes over a lifetime Career development and life stages Changes in tasks status roles geographic location compensation co workers life stage family obligations Super s career theory a cycle of growth exploration establishment maintenance and decline Career and family Single parent families issues of child care time with children coordinating schedules monitoring children s after school activities travel limitations Dual career couples issues of family roles and responsibilities traditional gender roles part time work or job sharing economic aspirations family leaves 7 11 18 2014 Career changes over a lifetime Women and family special challenges Postpone having children Have smaller families Choose part time work Choose a career that is easy to re enter Toward a family friendly workplace 70 of large companies have developed family friendly policies flex time part time work job sharing child care Trade off such policies can hinder career development 8


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