Career Anchors: Participant Workbook

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John Wiley & Sons, 13.06.2012 - 72 Seiten
Lead your employees, clients, or students on a career path to success with the new third edition of Career Anchors. This edition features:
  • Three user-friendly products that have been thoroughly updated and redesigned.
  • An integration of the Career Anchors Self-Assessment with job/role analysis in one participant package.
  • A more complete Facilitator's Guide that includes job/role analysis.
  • A new, 4-point rating scale (in the previous edition the scale was 6-point).
  • Updated scoring instructions.

The Participant Workbook includes information about career development, a more complete description of the eight Career Anchors categories, and an interview section to help participants analyze their career history and determine their Career Anchor more precisely. The Workbook also includes a new section that enables participants to relate the Career Anchors to their current job and possible future jobs by providing an explaining how to create role maps of current job and conduct job/role analysis of possible future jobs.

Order the Participant Workbook today and help your employees, clients, or students find workplace happiness and success.

 

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Inhalt

Career Development
Development of the Career Anchor in the Internal Career
The Eight Career Anchor Categories
General Managerial Competence
AutonomyIndependence
SecurityStability
Entrepreneurial Creativity
Sense of ServiceDedication to a Cause
Review of Questionnaire Scores
Identifying Career Anchors Through Career History Analysis
Reconciling the SelfAssessment Scores with the History Review
JobRole Analysis
Analyzing Possible Future Jobs
JobRole Planning for Future Career Options
SelfAssessment of Future JobRole Requirements
Developmental Implications and Next Steps

Pure Challenge
Lifestyle

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Über den Autor (2012)

Edgar H. Schein is Sloan Fellows Professor of Management Emeritus at the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the author of numerous books, including Career Dynamics, Process Consultation Revisited, Organizational Culture and Leadership, and The Corporate Culture Survival Guide.

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