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Reinventing Yourself : Personal Goal Setting for Career Services Professionals Dr. Thomas J. Denham, MCDP Career Counselor Careers In Transition LLC
OverviewExpectations Career Stage Theory Career Development Process 10 Reasons to Reinvent Keys to Reinventing Zones of Existence Keys to Goal Setting SMART Goal Setting © Careers In Transition LLC
Expectations Interactive Program Not a Quick Fix, Just a Jump-Start Your Goals © Careers In Transition LLC
William Faulkner said… “The only thing that you can do for eight hours a day, day after day is work. You can’t eat for eight hours a day, nor drink for eight hours a day, nor make love for eight hours a day – all you can do for eight hours a day is work. Therefore be sure to choose work that has a purpose and meaning in your life.” © Careers In Transition LLC
Career Stage Theory Growth (Ages 4 – 13) Awareness of the Future, Developing Skills Exploration (Ages 14 - 24) Crystallizing, Specifying, and Implementing Establishment (Ages 25 - 44) Stabilizing, Consolidating, Advancing Maintenance (Ages 45 – 65) Holding On, Keeping Up, Innovating Reinventment (Over 65) Decelerating or Redesigning © Careers In Transition LLC
Career Development Process Self-Assessment Who am I? Skills, Values, and Interests Career Exploration Where am I going? Research, Talk/Learn, Intern Job Search/Further Learning How do I get there? Decision-Making and Action Plan Career counseling is answering a series of questions culminating in meaningful life work. © Careers In Transition LLC
10 Reasons to Reinvent 1. You’re going to die sooner than you think. 2. You can finally work like you don’t need the money. 3. You hate your job and you want to be a consultant. 4. You are tired of trading time for dollars. 5. You want to improve your work/life balance. 6. You are frustrated by toxic office politics. 7. You want more creativity in your life. 8. You need more flexibility. 9. You want to create a legacy. 10. Any others? © Careers In Transition LLC
Keys to Reinventing 1. Feeling Passionate 2. Challenging and Rewarding 3. Interesting Career Field 4. Expressing Ideals and Values 5. Solving Problems 6. Changing Your Lifestyle 7. Supporting a Cause 8. Innovating and Creating 9. Learning 10. Making a Difference Source: I Don’t Know What I Want But I Know It’s Not This by Julie Jansen Source: I Don’t Know What I Want But I Know It’s Not This by Julie Jansen © Careers In Transition LLC
Zones of Existence Comfort – realm of existing habits Stretch – new activities that feel unfamiliar and where true change occurs true change occurs Stress – challenges exceed current experiences creating the feelings of being overwhelmed creating the feelings of being overwhelmed Source: This Year I Will… by Ryan and Marova Source: This Year I Will… by Ryan and Marova “Persistent stress can contribute to heart disease, a weak immune system, headaches, stiff muscles, backache, irritability, exhaustion, difficulty concentrating, binge eating, smoking or alcohol consumption. A healthy human being needs a balance of stimulation and rest.” “Persistent stress can contribute to heart disease, a weak immune system, headaches, stiff muscles, backache, irritability, exhaustion, difficulty concentrating, binge eating, smoking or alcohol consumption. A healthy human being needs a balance of stimulation and rest.” - Mary Ann Roberts, RN CDPHP © Careers In Transition LLC
Keys to Goal Setting 1. Setting Goals 2. Focusing and Avoiding Derailment 3. Making Effective Decisions 4. Managing and Self-Discipline 5. Implementing © Careers In Transition LLC
Thank You!!! Dr. Thomas J. Denham (518) 366-8451 email@example.com www.CareersInTransitionLLC.com
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