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1 Career Flow: A Hope-Centred Approach to Career Development Presented by: Dr. Roberta Neault info@lifestrategies.ca 604-856-2386

2 Overview Career Flow Model 10 Components of Career Flow 10 Tips to Facilitate Career Flow

3 Self-Reflection (Self / Circumstances) Self-Clarity (Objective, Subjective, Life role) Visioning (Possibilities / Future Outcomes) Goal Setting & Planning (Long and Short-Term / Action Steps) Implementing & Adapting (Action / Flexibility) Hope EnvironmentEnvironment Environment Environment Career Flow Competencies

4 1. GROUNDED IN THEORY

5 Theoretical Influences Positive Psychology Seligman Snyder Csikszentmihalyi Trait Factor Parsons Holland Developmental Super Hansen Career Responsiveness Neault

6 2. HOPE-CENTRED OPTIMISM

7 The Hierarchy of Hope Global I can generally achieve my goals Domain-specific I can generally achieve my goals in athletics but I’m less confident about achieving school goals Goal-specific I’m generally able to achieve my life goals but not sure that I can earn an “A” in my chemistry exam

8 A Hope-Centered Approach Goals Pathways thinking Agency thinking We all have possibilities we don’t know about. We can do things we don’t even dream we can do. ~Dale Carnegie

9 3. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS

10 Whitewater Potentially engaging Perfect match between challenge and capacity Potentially terrifying Too much challenge or insufficient skills/resources

11 Waterfalls Unforeseen obstacles Unprecedented change “Gracious exits” Knowing when to leave

12 Tsunami Experiences Huge environmental changes Shifts in flow for large groups of people

13 Career Flow... Interrupted Social and economic trends Underemployment Downsizing Unemployment Personal issues

14 Out of “Flow” Extreme conditions Far too much or too little challenge Insufficient or damaged resources Negative self-talk Fear Apathy

15 Stagnant Water Toxic environments No opportunity for movement Nothing new or creative

16 Stillwater A time to Reflect Re-evaluate Recuperate Reposition Re-energize

17 Optimal “Flow” Activities that... Completely capture our attention Are appropriately challenging Allow us to fully express who we are Reflect our values Call upon our strengths

18 4. SELF-REFLECTION

19 5. SELF-CLARITY

20 Framework The top half of the Wheel includes external factors e.g., opportunities, experiences The bottom half of the Wheel includes personal characteristics e.g., skills, interests Reproduced with permission from Career Pathways 2 nd Ed. (Amundson & Poehnell, 2008)

21 6. VISIONING

22 Forcefield Analysis

23 7. GOAL SETTING

24 SMART GOALS S pecific M easurable A chievable R elevant T ime-Limited

25 8. ACTION PLANNING

26 9. IMPLEMENTING

27 10. ADAPTING

28 Career Responsiveness Emergency Preparedness Scenario Planning Benchmarking Lifelong Learning Keeping up with Change

29 10 Components of the Career Flow Model 1. Grounded in Theory 2. Hope-Centred Optimism 3. Environmental Impacts 4. Self-Reflection 5. Self-Clarity 6. Visioning 7. Goal Setting 8. Action Planning 9. Implementing 10. Adapting

30 10 TIPS TO FACILITATE CAREER FLOW

31 1. ESTABLISH A RELATIONSHIP

32 2. IDENTIFY A COUNSELLING GOAL

33 3. LISTEN TO THE CLIENT’S STORY

34 4. IDENTIFY THEMES OR INCONSISTENCIES

35 5. INTRODUCE THE CAREER FLOW METAPHOR

36 The “Career Flow” Metaphor Optimal flow White water Waterfalls Tsunamis Flow interrupted… Out of flow Stagnant water Still water

37 6. INTRODUCE THE MODEL

38 Self-Reflection (Self / Circumstances) Self-Clarity (Objective, Subjective, Life role) Visioning (Possibilities / Future Outcomes) Goal Setting & Planning (Long and Short-Term / Action Steps) Implementing & Adapting (Action / Flexibility) Hope EnvironmentEnvironment Environment Environment Career Flow Competencies

39 7. CHOOSE A STARTING POINT

40 8. RECOGNIZE ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES

41 9. STRENGTHEN HOPE FOR THE FUTURE

42 10. EVALUATE PROGRESS AND SET NEW GOALS

43 10 Tips to Facilitate Career Flow 1. Establish a relationship 2. Identify a counselling goal 3. Listen to the client’s story 4. Identify themes or inconsistencies 5. Introduce the flow metaphor 6. Introduce the model 7. Choose a starting point 8. Recognize environmental influences 9. Strengthen hope for the future 10. Evaluate progress and set new goals

44 Career Flow: The Book Spencer G. Niles, Norman E. Amundson, Roberta A. Neault 1. Introducing Career Flow 2. Essential Career Flow Competencies 3. Pursuing Your Interests (Passions) 4. Mapping Your Skills 5. Personality Style 6. Understanding Values 7. Connecting With Others: Social, Emotional, and Financial Support 8. Optimal Career Flow / Setting Goals 9. Connecting to the World of Work 10. Turning Possibilities into Realities 11. Engaging the Search 12. Career Flow Interrupted - Realizing Your Dreams in Challenging Times 13. Whitewater and Stillwater 14. Expanding the Career Flow Metaphor Career as a journey Your life as a book Your legacy ©2011 Pearson Education Inc, Boston, MA

45 Self-Reflection (Self / Circumstances) Self-Clarity (Objective, Subjective, Life role) Visioning (Possibilities / Future Outcomes) Goal Setting & Planning (Long and Short-Term / Action Steps) Implementing & Adapting (Action / Flexibility) Hope EnvironmentEnvironment Environment Environment Career Flow Competencies


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