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Norman Amundson University of British Columbia firstname.lastname@example.org
Integrates an agenda with a learner appreciation model Length of time – 2 days, 3 weeks, 6 weeks
Focus on Self Reflection and Assessment
Welcoming – introductions Expectations Norms – guidelines for behavior
Roadmap – employability dimensions (readiness, exploration, skill training, job search, maintenance, growth) Emotional Reactions – use the emotional roller coaster to locate and discuss emotions
In-depth exploration of success stories (Pattern Identification Exercise, Circle of Strength)
Qualitative – eg. Individual Style Survey; use portfolio approach to gather information; highlight importance of planned happenstance Quantitative – eg. MBTI, Strong Interest Inventory
Current metaphors Changing metaphors
Exploring the Labour Market
Being aware of how market is changing (growing and contracting) Using internet and local sources for information
Expanding labour market information through interviews with people working in the field
Moving towards alternative possibilities
Pulling it all together
Miracle Question Positive Uncertainty (Plan B)
Informal (intuitive) Formal (rational)
If I am going to meet my goals then I need to ……………
Working together – support Prepare the resume (may be more than one form) and cover letter / coaching Interview practice Practicing Cold Calls
Follow-Up Staying in touch Mentorship
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Building a Career Portfolio
Creating a Professional Portfolio. What is a Portfolio? a showcase for your achievements & talents which can be used to show samples of your work certificates,
Welcome to Navigation 101 Lesson 1: Getting Acquainted.
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University of British Columbia Canada
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Human Relations Skills HMRL 1010
NETWORKING TECHNIQUES: How to Develop and Utilize your Network.
Group Mentoring Program Mentor & Mentee Preparation for Mentoring Helping People Succeed.
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Career Decision-Making Process
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