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Career Flow: A Hope-Centred Approach to Career Development. Presented by: . Dr. Roberta Neault [email protected] 604-856-2386. Overview. Career Flow Model 10 Components of Career Flow 10 Tips to Facilitate Career Flow . Career Flow Competencies.

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Career Flow: A Hope-Centred Approach to Career Development

Presented by:

Dr. Roberta Neault

[email protected]

604-856-2386


Overview

  • Career Flow Model

  • 10 Components of Career Flow

  • 10 Tips to Facilitate Career Flow


Career Flow Competencies

Environment

Environment

Hope

Environment

Environment


1. Grounded in Theory


Theoretical Influences


2. Hope-CentrEd Optimism


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

  • 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


Whitewater

  • Potentially engaging

    • Perfect match between challenge and capacity

  • Potentially terrifying

    • Too much challenge or insufficient skills/resources


Waterfalls

  • Unforeseen obstacles

  • Unprecedented change

  • “Gracious exits”

    • Knowing when to leave


Tsunami Experiences

  • Huge environmental changes

  • Shifts in flow for large groups of people


Career Flow . . . Interrupted

  • Social and economic trends

  • Underemployment

  • Downsizing

  • Unemployment

  • Personal issues


Out of “Flow”

  • Extreme conditions

    • Far too much or too little challenge

  • Insufficient or damaged resources

  • Negative self-talk

  • Fear

  • Apathy


Stagnant Water

  • Toxic environments

  • No opportunity for movement

  • Nothing new or creative


Stillwater

  • A time to

    • Reflect

    • Re-evaluate

    • Recuperate

    • Reposition

    • Re-energize


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


5. Self-Clarity


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


Forcefield Analysis


7. Goal Setting


SMART GOALS

Specific

Measurable

Achievable

Relevant

Time-Limited


8. Action Planning


9. Implementing


10. Adapting


Career Responsiveness

  • Emergency Preparedness

  • Scenario Planning

  • Benchmarking

  • Lifelong Learning

  • Keeping up with Change


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


1. Establish a relationship


2. Identify a counselling goal


3. Listen to the client’s story


4. Identify themes or inconsistencies


5. Introduce 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


Career Flow Competencies

Environment

Environment

Hope

Environment

Environment


7. Choose a starting point


8. Recognize environmental influences


9. Strengthen hope for the future


10. Evaluate progress and set new goals


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 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 Competencies

Environment

Environment

Hope

Environment

Environment


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