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CE Lesson 3. Stage 3 Vocational Themes* * Trademark of Griffin- Hammis Associates, LLC. “Themes”* Discovery Staging Record. What Themes* Are NOT!. Job Descriptions Business/Self-employment ideas Compatible with job openings Transferrable skills Easy to apply without imagination!!.

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Ce lesson 3

CE Lesson 3

Stage 3

Vocational Themes*

* Trademark of Griffin-Hammis Associates, LLC

Themes discovery staging record

“Themes”*Discovery Staging Record

What themes are not

What Themes* Are NOT!

  • Job Descriptions

  • Business/Self-employment ideas

  • Compatible with job openings

  • Transferrable skills

  • Easy to apply without imagination!!

Job Descriptions


Job Openings

What themes are

What Themes* ARE

  • Broad categories of employment opportunities

  • Themes allow for weaving together several aspects of diverse employment opportunities as they apply to the person, community employers, and the environment

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Defining values and concepts

Defining Values and Concepts

  • There are unlimited number of ways to make a living in the world

  • Jobs are created by profits (or probability of profit)

  • Personal negotiation skills play a significant role in employment development

  • CE differs from traditional employment approaches in that it relies exclusively upon the concept of community participation, community contribution and social capital

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Ce turns on the discovery of personal genius and

CE Turns on the Discovery of Personal Genius and:

  • People have value in the workplace

  • Highlight personal genius in the workplace

  • Negotiate work situations which allow people to utilize their own personal genius in the workplace

  • Determine broad Personal Employment Themes for employment derivation flexibility

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Name that theme

Name That “Theme”

Name that theme1

Name That “Theme”

Name that theme2

Name That “Theme”

Name that theme3

Name That “Theme”

Name that theme4

Name That “Theme”

Ce exercise 1 themes

CE Exercise#1“Themes”

  • Develop 3 employment themes for a fellow group member

  • Employment themes must be very general in order to establish a large “umbrella” of employment possibilities

  • Examples:

  • Transportation rather than airplanes

  • Communications rather than television

Identify 3 places for each theme where people with similar themes work

Identify 3 places for each “Theme” where people with similar “Themes” work:

  • Theme #1

  • 3 places

  • Theme #2

  • 3 places

  • Theme #3

  • 3 places

Select 2 places for each theme and arrange informational interviews

Select 2 places (for each “Theme”) and arrange Informational Interviews

  • 6 places in total

  • Make sure to name the person responsible and the dates of the site interviews

  • Take notes concerning the person’s interaction in the culture, specific areas of interest, shared values or attributes, employer questions, and jobseeker questions

Which themes seem to b e the strongest

Which “Themes” Seem to Be theStrongest?

  • Strongest “Themes” require further exploration:

  • Arrange next level informational interviews and/or short work experiences to extend “Theme”

  • Person responsible, by this date information noted

  • Report to investigate reaction of work culture rank and file to the person, her interaction with them, task analysis, if appropriate, and the person’s reaction to the experience

During exploration

During Exploration

  • Were any new and stronger “Themes”, interests or talents revealed?

  • How to pursue these new areas in the same venue or a new venue that more fully utilizes the interest/talent?

Lesson 3 goals to be accomplished

Lesson 3Goals to Be Accomplished

  • List and be able to report results of all “Theme” exercises

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