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    1. 1. HS 490 HS 490 Senior Seminar in Human Serves and Resources Activities - Class 1 Introductions Course Intro - Start 1. Name 1. Syllabus Review 2. Classification 1. Key Points 3. Graduation Date 2. Career Choice Model 4. Your Career Choice 1. LiveCareer Activity
    2. 2. HS 490 The goal of this course  Demonstrate acquired the knowledge, skills, and abilities required in their major.  oral and written communication skills  the ability to understand and apply theories  the ability to analyze problems  research literature  propose viable solutions.
    3. 3. HS 490 Students will learn  Social research methods  Career management theory  Research manuscript preparation  Strict American Psychological Association (APA)  Strategies for career management.
    4. 4. HS 490 Research Paper 1. Introductory Essay 2. Student Background Essay 3. Career Choice Essay 4. Coursework Essays (3) 5. Trends Article Summary Essays (3) 6. Career Management Plans* 7. Live Career Results* 8. Interview – someone in career choice* * Incorporate into research paper – no essay required
    5. 5. HS 490 Career Management Model Information, Opportunities, and support from Educational, Family, Information, Opportunities, and support from Educational, Family, Work, and Societal Institutions Work, and Societal Institutions Career Awareness of Self and Goal Setting (C) Exploration (A) Environment (B) Career Feedback: Appraisal (H) Work / Non-work (G) Progress toward Strategy Strategy Goal (F) Implementation (E) Development (D) “Career Management” - Jeffrey H. Greenhaus, Gerald A. Callanan, and Veronica M Godshalk. Thomson Southwestern.
    6. 6. HS 490 Activities - Class 2  Introduction of new students  Lecture
    7. 7. HS 490 Spring 2011 Term IV Activities - Class 2  Lecture 1 – Basics of Career Management  1. A career is a pattern of work related experiences.  2.Career management is a process of individuals developing, implementing, monitoring, and adapting career goals and strategies.  3. Career development is an ongoing process of individuals progressing through career related issues and tasks.  4. Career management heavily influences the success of career development . “Career Management” - Jeffrey H. Greenhaus, Gerald A. Callanan, and Veronica M Godshalk. Thomson Southwestern.
    8. 8. HS 490 Career Management Model Information, Opportunities, and support from Educational, Family, Information, Opportunities, and support from Educational, Family, Work, and Societal Institutions Work, and Societal Institutions Career Awareness of Self and Goal Setting (C) Exploration (A) Environment (B) Career Feedback: Appraisal (H) Work / Non-work (G) Progress toward Strategy Strategy Goal (F) Implementation (E) Development (D) “Career Management” - Jeffrey H. Greenhaus, Gerald A. Callanan, and Veronica M Godshalk. Thomson Southwestern.
    9. 9. HS 490 Activities - Class 3  Reading Quiz Chapter 2  1. The first steps to career management are job market and family exploration.  2. Career goal setting leads to greater effectiveness, resilience, and job involvement.  3. Career strategies rarely help to attain goals.  4. Career appraisal completes the career exploration cycle.
    10. 10. HS 490 Activities - Class 4  Reading Quiz Chapter 3  1. Thorough self exploration involves values, interests, personality, lifestyle preferences, and talents assessment.  2. Assessment tools are useful for identifying and narrowing ideas for self exploration but are not conclusive enough for guidance.49  3. Environmental exploration involves occupation, job, organization, and family assessment to understand and determine the ideal work environment that matches self-assessment.54  4. It is important to complete self exploration before beginning environmental exploration. 62
    11. 11. HS 490 Activities - Class 5  Reading Quiz Chapter 4  1. A career goal is a career-related outcome that a person intends to attain. Sometimes it is better to not set a career goal.67-68  2. Long-term or short-term operational goals are the translations of conceptual goals into specific jobs or positions.70  3.Career strategies do not have a one-size-fits-all solution. A list of strategies should be flexible enough to be reassessed and possibly revised repeatedly to be effective.90  4. Good sources for career appraisal are honest personal observation, close observers, and those who are familiar with related successes . 92-93
    12. 12. HS 490 Activities - Class 6  Reading Quiz Chapter 5  1. Career development is an ongoing process of individuals progressing through career related issues, themes, or tasks. 13, 117  2. The 5 stages of Career Development (occupation choice, organizational entry, early career: establishment and achievement, midcareer, and late career) are loosely linked to age.121  3. Life experiences strongly shape career aspirations, experiences, and concerns about careers.121  4. Models of career development agree that work, family, and self- development concerns are interrelated. 117
    13. 13. HS 490 Activities - Class 7  Reading Quiz Chapter 6  1. Occupational Choice is better achieved after self and environmental assessment.  2.Occupational Choice is a matching process that is influenced by developmental, social and economic factors.  3. Life experiences strongly shape career aspirations, experiences, and concerns about careers.121  4. Models of career development agree that work, family, and self- development concerns are interrelated. 117
    14. 14. HS 490 Activities - Class 8  Reading Quiz Chapter 7  1. Organization Entry is better achieved if the employment seeker’s and the potential employer ‘s expectations are congruent.  Employment seekers should research the company to which they apply for employment before they apply.  3. Employers must conduct a thorough job analysis to insure the pool of applicants match the organizational needs .  2.Realistic Job Previews (RJP) are necessary for effective recruiting.
    15. 15. HS 490 Activities - Class 9  Reading Quiz Chapter 9 1. Career Plateau is a common mid-to-late career issue. Plateaued employees are more prone to deteriorated attitudes and performance. 224 2. Career Obsolescence is the degree to which employees are not up-to-date on their knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA’s). It is a not a uniquely midcareer issue but may be more pronounced and devastating in mid career. 225 3. Mid-to-late-career career changes are often prompted by a perceived lack of fit between the current employment and their ultimate career goals. 4. A formal career management strategy can mitigate the negative consequences of mid-to-late career issues.
    16. 16. HS 490 Activities - Class 10  Reading Quiz Chapter 11 1. The Care Management Model helps to integrate work and home life. 317 2. Integrating work and home life is helpful but not vital to ones quality of life. 317 3. Few organizations realize that it is in their best interest to help their employees balance work and family lives .304 4. It is increasingly recognized as a business necessity to help employees balance their work and family lives. 304
    17. 17. HS 490 Activities - Class 12  Reading Quiz Chapter 14 1. Career management and human resource systems are integrated to meet individual and organizational needs. 2. According to Edgar Schein’s Model of HR Planning and Development, The Career Management process parallels the human resources management process in many ways . 3. An employers equivalent to self-assessment is the human resource inventory to determine if they can meet their goals with their current employees. 4. There are three main pieces of the Schein model: organizational-level activities, individual-level activities, and the matching process .

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