Presentation on theme: "Career Decision Making"— Presentation transcript:
1Career Decision Making Career Decision MakingSuddhodan Baidya16 Mar 2011
2Why do we need to make Career Decision Assessment? Comparison between 80’s and 2011One job Vs multiple jobsComparison between Asia and CanadaEducation Vs Good JobIn 80’s people used to chose their career for life...and it was 100% certain if you are good in your education you will definitely get a good job.What about now? Can people stay in one career for ever? Can higher education people definitely get a good job?We dont know what are the occupations there are in the market?
3Stages of Career Decision Making Self assessment (Who You Are?)Exploring career values, motivators, preferences, personal strengths, limitationsCareer exploration (What Are There?)Establishing options, alternatives and plan B’s, information gathering, networking, reality checkingDecision making (What I Do?)Evaluating options, mapping skills and attributes against actual roles, considering options and preferences, clarifying personal factors, making choicesPlan implementation (When I Do)Applicant research, CV update and applications, preparing for assessments and interviews
4Career Decision-Making Style The Procrastinating Decision Makers - “I’ll deal with it later,” or, “I just can’t decide.” The Intuitive Decision Makers - “I made that decision because it felt like the right thing to do,” or, "I just followed my heart in making this decision.” The Dependent Decision Makers - “What do YOU think I should do?,” or, “What would you do if you were me?”, The Educated Decision Makers - “I need to explore more options before I'm able to make a decision,” or, “I have gone over all the pros and cons and compared them to my other options.” The Recommended Career Decision-Making Style: The Combination Style Educated Decision Making style -Dependent Decision Making -Intuitive Decision-Making style
5Factors of Career Decision Making InterestValuesSkillsEducationPhysical CapabilitySocial and Economical FactorSalaryLabour Market Information