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CAREER PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

Career Planning
Career Planning is a lifelong process, which includes such facets as. Choice of occupation Job search Growth in the job Career transition (changing careers).

Career Planning Process


Self Assesment. Goal Setting Decision-making Plan of Action Opportunities

Career Development

Career Development invites you to review your work history and all the factors
psychological sociological economic

Besides looking at your work history, Career Development is also futureoriented.

Knowing the different aspects of your personality, your competencies and the skills you possess Career Advisor with a roadmap, which indicates what career is best for you. It offers a method of setting necessary objectives and goals in order to attain your desired career path.

Career Development examines your present job situation and features of the job that will enable you to use your : aptitudes, values, skills & competencies. Your concern may center on your present role in your job and how to improve your skills in fulfilling your role. The goal of Career Services is to create an improved approach to employee development by recognizing and responding to each individuals need for a satisfying and rewarding career.

Career Development tools Be a Good Consumer


Research the range of makes and models that are within your budget Collect information about each of those alternatives different other sources Compare the alternatives one to another using the information you've collected Select an even smaller set of finalists that best seem to meet your needs

Managing Your Biases


We bias the personal over the impersonal. We concentrate on that which affects us individually because it most directly affects the extent of our success. We bias the tangible over the intangible. We focus on that which we can see and/or feel because we believe we have a greater probability of using it effectively.

We bias the present over the past and the future. We devote our attention to today's reality because it's the best way to control what is going to happen to us in the future. We bias desirability over responsibility. We fixate on that which we enjoy because it is the most direct connection to a meaningful and rewarding life.

Career Counseling
Making a career decision can often be a confusing and stressful time for many students. The choice of career options available to you may be overwhelming or you may not have a clue about the occupations out there.

Tips for successful career planning


1. Make career planning an annual event 2. Map your path since last career planning 3. Reflect on your likes and dislikes, needs and wants 4. Examine your leisure and hobbies 5. Make note of your past accomplishments 6. Look beyond your current job for transferable Skills .

Early career planning with a Career Counselor can help to alleviate some of the stress and confusion around your career decision. Career planning generally involves getting to know who you are, what you want, and how to get there. Keep in mind that career planning is a continuous process that allows you to move from one stage to another stage as your life changes.

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