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Career flow a hope centred approach to career development

Career Flow: A Hope-Centred Approach to Career Development

Presented by:

Dr. Roberta Neault

[email protected]

604-856-2386


Overview

Overview

  • Career Flow Model

  • 10 Components of Career Flow

  • 10 Tips to Facilitate Career Flow


Career flow a hope centred approach to career development

Career Flow Competencies

Environment

Environment

Hope

Environment

Environment


1 grounded in theory

1. Grounded in Theory


Theoretical influences

Theoretical Influences


2 hope centred optimism

2. Hope-CentrEd Optimism


The hierarchy of hope

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


A hope centered approach

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


3 environmental impacts

3. Environmental Impacts


Whitewater

Whitewater

  • Potentially engaging

    • Perfect match between challenge and capacity

  • Potentially terrifying

    • Too much challenge or insufficient skills/resources


Waterfalls

Waterfalls

  • Unforeseen obstacles

  • Unprecedented change

  • “Gracious exits”

    • Knowing when to leave


Tsunami experiences

Tsunami Experiences

  • Huge environmental changes

  • Shifts in flow for large groups of people


Career flow interrupted

Career Flow . . . Interrupted

  • Social and economic trends

  • Underemployment

  • Downsizing

  • Unemployment

  • Personal issues


Out of flow

Out of “Flow”

  • Extreme conditions

    • Far too much or too little challenge

  • Insufficient or damaged resources

  • Negative self-talk

  • Fear

  • Apathy


Stagnant water

Stagnant Water

  • Toxic environments

  • No opportunity for movement

  • Nothing new or creative


Stillwater

Stillwater

  • A time to

    • Reflect

    • Re-evaluate

    • Recuperate

    • Reposition

    • Re-energize


Optimal flow

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


4 self reflection

4. Self-Reflection


5 self clarity

5. Self-Clarity


Framework

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 2nd Ed. (Amundson & Poehnell, 2008)


6 visioning

6. visioning


Forcefield analysis

Forcefield Analysis


7 goal setting

7. Goal Setting


Smart goals

SMART GOALS

Specific

Measurable

Achievable

Relevant

Time-Limited


8 action planning

8. Action Planning


9 implementing

9. Implementing


10 adapting

10. Adapting


Career responsiveness

Career Responsiveness

  • Emergency Preparedness

  • Scenario Planning

  • Benchmarking

  • Lifelong Learning

  • Keeping up with Change


10 components of the career flow model

10 Components of the Career Flow Model

  • Grounded in Theory

  • Hope-Centred Optimism

  • Environmental Impacts

  • Self-Reflection

  • Self-Clarity

  • Visioning

  • Goal Setting

  • Action Planning

  • Implementing

  • Adapting


10 tips to facilitate career flow

10 Tips to Facilitate Career Flow


1 establish a relationship

1. Establish a relationship


2 identify a counselling goal

2. Identify a counselling goal


3 listen to the client s story

3. Listen to the client’s story


4 identify themes or inconsistencies

4. Identify themes or inconsistencies


5 introduce the career flow metaphor

5. Introduce the Career flow metaphor


The career flow metaphor

The “Career Flow” Metaphor

  • Optimal flow

  • White water

  • Waterfalls

  • Tsunamis

  • Flow interrupted…

  • Out of flow

  • Stagnant water

  • Still water


6 introduce the model

6. Introduce the model


Career flow a hope centred approach to career development

Career Flow Competencies

Environment

Environment

Hope

Environment

Environment


7 choose a starting point

7. Choose a starting point


8 recognize environmental influences

8. Recognize environmental influences


9 strengthen hope for the future

9. Strengthen hope for the future


10 evaluate progress and set new goals

10. Evaluate progress and set new goals


10 tips to facilitate career flow1

10 Tips to Facilitate Career Flow

  • Establish a relationship

  • Identify a counselling goal

  • Listen to the client’s story

  • Identify themes or inconsistencies

  • Introduce the flow metaphor

  • Introduce the model

  • Choose a starting point

  • Recognize environmental influences

  • Strengthen hope for the future

  • Evaluate progress and set new goals


Career flow the book spencer g niles norman e amundson roberta a neault

Career Flow: The BookSpencer G. Niles, Norman E. Amundson, Roberta A. Neault

  • Introducing Career Flow

  • Essential Career Flow Competencies

  • Pursuing Your Interests (Passions)

  • Mapping Your Skills

  • Personality Style

  • Understanding Values

  • Connecting With Others: Social, Emotional, and Financial Support

  • Optimal Career Flow / Setting Goals

  • Connecting to the World of Work

  • Turning Possibilities into Realities

  • Engaging the Search

  • Career Flow Interrupted - Realizing Your Dreams in Challenging Times

  • Whitewater and Stillwater

  • Expanding the Career Flow Metaphor

    • Career as a journey

    • Your life as a book

    • Your legacy

©2011 Pearson Education Inc, Boston, MA


Career flow a hope centred approach to career development

Career Flow Competencies

Environment

Environment

Hope

Environment

Environment


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