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Career Counseling Case Study. Jamie Ondatje. The Client. Roger Acevedo 25 years old B.A. in Speech Communications Works for In-N-Out Burger. Goals of Career Counseling. Understand what specific aspects of his current job are causing discontent

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the client
The Client

Roger Acevedo

  • 25 years old
  • B.A. in Speech Communications
  • Works for In-N-Out Burger
goals of career counseling
Goals of Career Counseling
  • Understand what specific aspects of his current job are causing discontent
  • Determine whether he can change those aspects or adapt to them
  • Decide if other career options are a better choice for him
mbti assessment
MBTI Assessment
  • Tied between ENFP and ENTP
  • What he needs for a career to be satisfying:
    • A creative and fun environment where he can work with a variety of people each day.
    • Plenty of opportunities to be challenged by new situations, where each day is different.
    • To be recognized, evaluated, and compensated for his creativity, expertise, and competence.
    • A casual yet exciting atmosphere where rules and restrictions are kept to a minimum.
    • The chance to make a difference and work on projects he believes in.
mbti assessment1
MBTI Assessment

Strengths for Job Search

  • Brainstorming ideas without limitations
  • Extensive networks of friends and associates
  • Impress interviewers with confidence and competence
  • Consider multiple options at once

Challenges for Job Search

  • Concentrate on realities, not just possibilities
  • Develop and stick to plan of action
  • Pay attention to less interesting facts and details
  • Make decisions and move forward
skills assessment
Skills Assessment
  • Act as liaison
  • Analyze
  • Conceptualize
  • Counsel
  • Customer Service
  • Deal with Feelings
  • Entertain/perform
  • Generate ideas
  • Improvise
  • Make arrangements
  • Mediate
  • Mentor
  • Motivate
  • Strategize
  • Supervise
  • Team work
  • Teach/Train
  • Visualize

Top Motivated Skills

Burn-Out Skills

  • Budget
  • Maintain Records
  • Work with numbers
  • Write
holland code
Holland Code

Social, Enterprising, Artistic

Careers of interest:

  • Training and Development Manager (SE)
  • Radio and TV Announcer (AES)
  • Teacher (SAE)
occupational outlook handbook and onet
Occupational Outlook Handbook and ONET

Homework:

  • Continue to explore different career options, while narrowing down viable options
  • Focus on what the next steps would be to break into careers of interest
  • Create an action plan
sigi plus values
Sigi Plus Values
  • Contribution to Society
  • Fringe Benefits
  • Leadership
  • Leisure
  • Pleasant Co-Workers
suggested next steps
Suggested Next Steps
  • Gain management experience at In-N-Out
  • Reassess
  • Look for ways to integrate skills and interests into work at INO
  • Continue to research other job options within and outside the company
outcomes and observations
Outcomes and Observations

For the client

  • Looking at the job with a new perspective
  • Identifying what is really bothering him
  • Focusing multiple passions and interests into productive career research
  • Re-examining preconceptions

For Me

  • Assessments are not for everyone
  • Allowing client to reach their own conclusions
  • Knowing the client’s needs and goals
  • On a personal level, seeing how we balance each other