How to Get From Here to There Joyfully: A Dynamic Model for Facilitating Great Career Decisions. Dialogue 2008 Leigh Anne Saxe. Overview: Who We Are – University Career Counsellors The Model What it incorporates Intervention examples It’s about you. Who We Are:
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How to Get From Here to There Joyfully: A Dynamic Model for Facilitating Great Career Decisions
Leigh Anne Saxe
To have movement, to
be outside part of the day
To sit at a desk all day behinda computer!
To have independence, to make my own decisions
To have a boss watching myevery move!
LEARNER mindset – leads to discovery and understanding
JUDGER mindset – may lead to frustration and regret
Judger Questions/Thoughts are:
What is wrong?
Who is to blame?
How can I be in control?
Learner Questions/Thoughts are:
What can I learn?
What is possible?
York University’s Career Centre: Moving Forward Workshop 2008
The Emotional Scale: The Importance of Feelings
Feeling of relief
Feelings of Powerlessness
Feelings of Self Empowerment
Source: adapted from Abraham-Hicks,’Ask and It