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  1. 1. Session 5: Environment and Self 7th Edition Take Hold of Your Future JoAnn Harris-Bowlsbey, Ed.D.
  2. 2. At the end of this session, students will be able to: • Explain how self-concept is formed and how it relates to career choice. • Explain Holland’s theory of personality types. • Describe the Archway of Career Determinants and its meaning for personal career choices. 5-2Take Hold of Your Future 7th Edition Objectives
  3. 3. • Self-Concept – a picture or image of one’s self, a combination of what we think we are, what others think we are, and what we want to be. Definitions 5-3Take Hold of Your Future 7th Edition
  4. 4. • Holland – Parents offer activities. – Activities that are positively reinforced become interests. – People pursue skills to support their interests. – Possessing specific interests and skills leads to the development of values. – This sequence produces a unique “code” that people seek to implement through work. How Self-Concept is Formed 5-4Take Hold of Your Future 7th Edition
  5. 5. • Super – Self-concept formation begins very early in life. – It is developed by the feedback that we receive from significant others. – Those parts of the self-concept that can apply to work are called the vocational self-concept. – People seek to implement their vocational self-concept in work. How Self-Concept is Formed (Cont’d) 5-5Take Hold of Your Future 7th Edition
  6. 6. • The self-concept is continually formed and modified throughout life. • Self-concept is the dynamic behind selection and interaction of life roles. • Choice of an occupation is an attempt to implement a self-concept. • Career choices will be difficult if the self-concept is fuzzy, negative, or unrealistic. How Self-Concept is Formed (Cont’d) 5-6Take Hold of Your Future 7th Edition
  7. 7. • What statements am I making about myself in this collage? • What do these pictures say about who I am now, or who I want to be in the future? • What role models or early life events have affected this selection of pictures? • What occupations might be suggested by this self-information? Discussion of Student Collages 5-7Take Hold of Your Future 7th Edition
  8. 8. • People can be described as a combination of six different personality types. • Environments can be described by the same six types. • Individuals of a given personality type are drawn to environments of the same type. • Satisfaction is likely when person’s type matches an environment’s type. Holland’s Theory 5-8Take Hold of Your Future 7th Edition
  9. 9. • Realistic (R) – likes to work with tools, machines, animals; good mechanical skills. • Investigative (I) – likes to work with abstract ideas; good math and science skills. • Artistic (A) – likes to engage in creative activities; good skills in art, music, dance, or other artistic form. The Six Personality Types 5-9Take Hold of Your Future 7th Edition
  10. 10. • Social (S) – likes to work with people face to face to help or teach them; has good verbal and social skills. • Enterprising (E) – likes to work with people face to face to manage them or sell a product or service; has good persuasive skills. • Conventional (C) – likes to work with data, facts, numbers; good organizational skills. The Six Personality Types (Cont’d) 5-10Take Hold of Your Future 7th Edition
  11. 11. Relationship of Six Holland Clusters 5-11Take Hold of Your Future 7th Edition
  12. 12. 5-12Take Hold of Your Future 7th Edition From Career Choice and Development: Applying Contemporary Theories to Practice (2nd. ed.). Duane Brown, Linda Brooks, and Associates (Eds.), Copyright © 1990, Jossey-Bass Inc. Reprinted with permission of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. The Archway of Career Determinants

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