Presentation on theme: "Decision Making Setting Lifestyle Goals. Name the seven steps in the decision-making process. Explain how to use the decision-making process to choose."— Presentation transcript:
Name the seven steps in the decision-making process. Explain how to use the decision-making process to choose a career. Determine your values, interests, aptitudes, and abilities. Explain the importance of a good self- concept in choosing a career. Identify your personality and learning styles and match them to career choices.
1. The seven basic steps of the decision- making process Define your needs and wants. Analyze your resources. Identify your choices. Gather information. Evaluate your choices. Make a decision. Plan how to reach your goal.
2. Lifestyle goals are the ways you want to spend your time, energy, and resources in the future. Ask yourself What do you want to accomplish in life? Where would you like to live? House, apartment, city, country How do you want to spend your free time? Do you want a lot of money or just enough to be comfortable? Do you plan to have a family?
3. Your values are your beliefs and principles. 4. Six General Values Responsibility means fulfilling obligations in a dependable and trustworthy way. Relationships may cause you to allow you to work with people you like or to live near your family.
Compassion is caring deeply about people and their well-being. You may also feel compassion for other creatures. Courage is the ability to overcome difficulties or to conquer fear or despair. Achievement means you want to succeed. Recognition means you want other people to appreciate and respect your accomplishments. You want to be rewarded for your work.
5. Interests are the things you enjoy doing? 6.Data refers to information, knowledge, ideas, facts, words, symbols, figures, and statistics.
7. An aptitude is a potential for learning a certain skill. 8. An ability is a skill you have already developed.
9. Personality is your unique combination of attitudes, behaviors, and characteristics. 10. The way you see yourself is your self- concept. 11. The different ways in which people naturally think and learn are called learning styles.
Identify what is important to you. Keep an open mind. Document your experiences and things that you learn about yourself. Try new things, and don’t be afraid of failure. View criticism as an opportunity to learn.
1. The different ways that people naturally think and learn are called A. goals B. decisions C. learning styles D. abilities
2 What is your aptitude? A. the way you approach people B. your potential for learning a certain skill C. your work ethic D. a skill you have developed
3. What are values? A. beliefs and principles B. career successes C. attitude and choices D. priorities
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