International Coach Federation (2005) : Coaching and Career Development

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International Coach Federation (2005) : Coaching and Career Development

  1. 1. International Coach Federation Barry Horne October 2005 1
  2. 2. Coaching and CareerDevelopment  Cousins or Competitors?  Career Development Industry  Developments / Trends  Implications for Coaches? 2
  3. 3. Cousins of Competitors?- Modern Definitions Career…refers to the fluid configuration of all facets and roles of an individual’s life (Source : McMahon, 2002) Career Development …refers to the unique life journey of individuals as they live, experience, learn and work and change across the lifespan. (Source : Hache, Redekopp & Jarvis, 2000) 3
  4. 4. Cousins or Competitors?Distinguishing between: Mode of Helping Specialisation Occupational Title 4
  5. 5. Cousins or Competitors?- Mode of Helping Determined by Client Circumstances/Needs:  Content Area(s)  Issue(s) Complexity  Personal and Social Resources  Risk to Self and/or Others NOT our specialisations/occupational titles! 5
  6. 6. Cousins or Competitors?- Coaching Specialisations  Life (Work-Life Balance, Time Management)  Career (Loss; New; Advancement; Leadership; Goals)  Business (Entrepreneurship, Establishment, Vision, Growth, Goals, Sales, Profitability, Productivity, Downsizing)  Social (Relationships, Loss, Communication, Conflict Management)  Physical and Mental Health (Stress Management, Physical Fitness, ADD)  Financial (Debt, Wealth Generation) (Source : How can we help you today? @ www.findacoach.com) 6
  7. 7. Cousins or Competitors?- Occupational Titles Influences  Life Sphere (Generalist or Specialist)  Mode of Helping (eg Therapist, Counsellor)  Marketability/Fashion/Trends  Delivery Setting  Government Regulation 7
  8. 8. Cousins or Competitors? - Model 8
  9. 9. Industry - Policy Makers  National  State 9
  10. 10. Industry – Peak Business OrganisationsNational Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Business Council of AustraliaState/Territory Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA 10
  11. 11. Industry - Practitioners Careers Industry Council of AustraliaNational (5) Australian Association of Career Counsellors National Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services Graduate Careers Australia Elite Performers Lifeskill Advisers Rehabilitation Counselling AssociationState/Territory (7) Career Education Association of WA 11
  12. 12. Industry - Service Providers Government Funded (Direct or Indirect)  Education University  TAFE  Secondary/Primary  Community  Unemployed  Rehabilitation  Public Access 12
  13. 13. Industry - Service ProvidersOrganisation Funded (In-House/Outsourced) Talent Development and Retention Career Transition/Outplacement (Source : ) 13
  14. 14. Industry - Service Providers  Private Individuals (Retail Market) Note : Recommendation 84, Australia Country Note - OECD Review of Career Guidance Policies - Conduct a survey of the extent and nature of fee-for-service provision in the career guidance field, and of its potential for development. 14
  15. 15. Industry - Tertiary EducatorsMasters Career Development Social Science (Career Education and Development)Graduate Certificate Career Development Career Counselling Career Education Adult Career Development Career Counselling for Elite Performers 15
  16. 16. Industry - Research  Miles Morgan  Australian Council for Educational Research  National Centre for Vocational Educational Research  Curriculum Corporation  Australian Journal of Career Development 16
  17. 17. Industry - Public Access Tools  National Career Information Service www.myfuture.edu.au  2005 Job Guide jobguide.thegoodguides.com.au 17
  18. 18. Career Development Industry -Occupational Titles Sector Typical Titles Primary and Secondary Teacher/Counsellor/Educator VET in Schools Coordinators TAFE/Tertiary Advisor Rehabilitation Advisor/Consultant Career Transition Consultant/Coach Human Resources Consultant/Trainer Private Practice Coach/Counsellor/Consultant/ Facilitator 18
  19. 19. Developments - InternationalCareer Guidance Reviews OECD - 14 Countries (11 European, Australia, Canada, Korea) European Union - 16 Countries World Bank - 7 Middle Income Countries 19
  20. 20. Developments - International Review - Key Issues  Rationale  Public Good  Learning / Lifelong Learning  Labour Market /Sustained Employability  Social Equity /Lifelong Access  Challenges  Proactivity/Marketing Mindset  Streamlined Delivery 20
  21. 21. Developments - International Review - Key Issues  Delivery  Integrate Public Employment Services into Lifelong Learning Strategies  Increase Provision by Employers  Harnessing Workforce and/or Social Contributions of Third Age Clientele 21
  22. 22. Developments - International Review - Key Issues  Resourcing  Quality Assurance  Professional Self-Regulation  Stronger Occupational Structures (Qualifications, Training, Competency Frameworks)  Pump-priming Private Markets 22
  23. 23. Developments - AustraliaInterim National Model of Standards for CareerDevelopment Practitioners Define Membership of Profession Code of Ethics Career Development Specific Qualifications to be Professional Career Development Practitioner Continuing Professional Development Core and Specialised Competencies (See www.cica.org.au) 23
  24. 24. Developments - AustralianBlueprint for Career Development Purposes  Defines Career Development Competencies  Increases Common Understanding/Vocabulary  Facilitates Service Consistency  Allows Development of Tailored Products and Services  Accelerates Establishment of a Career Development Culture 24
  25. 25. Developments - Australian Blueprintfor Career Development (ABCD) Lifespan Developmental Phases (4) [Kindergarten - Adulthood] 11 Career Development Competencies [Personal Management (3), Learning/Work Exploration (3) Career Building(5)] Learning Stages [Acquisition, Application Personalisation, Actualisation] 25
  26. 26. Developments - AustralianBlueprint for Career Development Potential Uses  Designing, Redeveloping, Evaluating a Comprehensive Career Development Program/System  Creating a Career Development Course/Workshop  Assessing a Client’s Pre-Existing Career Development Competencies and Developing Appropriate Strategies (eg via Competencies Audit)  Promoting Career Resources/Products/ Services Based on Competencies Targeted 26
  27. 27. Developments - Australian CareerDevelopment Studies Progression of 3 Learning Programmes:  Awareness of Career Development -Introductory  Elements of Career Delivery Service -three accreditable units at Certificate IV level of the Australian Qualifications Framework, plus an assessment module  Career Development Studies (accreditable unit including an assessment module at Post-Graduate Certificate level. www.career.edu.au 27
  28. 28. Developments - Conferences AACC06 Conference : Sydney April 18 -21 2006 www.aacc06.com International Symposium for Career Development and Public Policy 28
  29. 29. Further Information (1) Australian Blueprint for Career Development (MCEETYA, 2003): http://www.dest.gov.au/sectors/career_development/ policy_issues_reviews/key_issues/australian_bluepri nt_for_career_dev/default.htm Australian Association of Career Counsellors: www.aacc.org.au Australian Career Development Studies (Australian Government, 2005): www.career.edu.au Career Industry Council of Australia : www.cica.org.au 29
  30. 30. Further Information (2) Employability Skills for the Future (DEST, ACCI, BCA 2002) : http://www.dest.gov.au/sectors/training_skills/publications_ resources/other_publications/employability_skills_for_the_f uture.htm Managing Life Learning and Work in the 21st Century (McMahon, Patton, Tatham, 2005) : http://www.dest.gov.au/sectors/career_development/public ations_resources/profiles/life_learning_and_work.htm Miles Morgan: www.milesmorgan.com.au OECD Australian Country Report (2002): http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/17/47/1948341.pdf 30
  31. 31. Further Information (3)  Watts (2004). International Overview and Context, An Address to the [Australian] National Forum for Career Practitioners: www.milesmorgan.com.au/resources/Tony_Watts.pdf 31

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