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UNLOCK YOUR POTENTIAL!DISCOVER YOUR DESTINY                                                 By Dr. Mary Askew             ...
GET READY! It is time to get the right tools to - • Discover your destiny • Pursue your passion • Achieve your goals • Foc...
STEP ONE: AWARENESS                      AWARENESS                      unlocks the door to                      the unkno...
GET THE FACTS!Know the features that are included in the career test.                                     Destiny         ...
WHAT IS YOUR PERSONALITY STYLE?   • Adventurous         • Predictable   • Strong-Willed       • Gentle   • Goal-Oriented  ...
PERSONALITY TRAIT INVENTORIES  Two (2) Personality Trait Inventories are -  • Myers Briggs Type Indicator  • Career Person...
WHAT ARE TRANSFERABLE SKILLS?Transferable skills are non-job specific skillsthat you have acquired during any activity or ...
TRANSFERABLE SKILL INVENTORY  A Transferable Skills Inventory is -  • Transferable Skills Scale
HOLLAND HEXAGON  Within the Holland’s Hexagon Model,  there were six types of personalities,  environments, areas and code...
HOLLAND CODE ASSESSMENTSHolland Career Self - Assessment Tests are –• Self - Directed Search• Career Interests Inventory• ...
VALUES Our values determine who we are. A value is any belief that is important to an individual. Examples of values are -...
VALUES INVENTORY  An example of a career value inventory is  the Career Values Inventory.
WHAT ARE MOTIVATIONAL GIFTS? Motivational gifts are   •   Traits   •   Motivations,   •   Characteristics that are done wi...
MOTIVATIONAL GIFT INVENTORY     An example of a motivational gift     inventory is the Motivational Gift     Inventory
CAREER EXPLORATION          You are beginning your journey to the          second Guidepost – Career Exploration.         ...
CAREER EXPLORATION & ASSESSMENTS              The following assessments              help you explore careers –           ...
COLLEGE EXPLORATION            Next, you are beginning your journey            to the third Guidepost – College Major     ...
COLLEGE MAJOR EXPLORATION & ASSESSMENTS                   The following assessments                   help you explore col...
DESTINY DEVELOPMENT DIARY Use the Destiny Development Diary to – •    Narrow and refine your      Results •    Create a su...
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  1. 1. UNLOCK YOUR POTENTIAL!DISCOVER YOUR DESTINY By Dr. Mary Askew Holland Codes Resource Center learning4life.az@gmail.com http://www.destinyandpurposedevelopment.com
  2. 2. GET READY! It is time to get the right tools to - • Discover your destiny • Pursue your passion • Achieve your goals • Focus on your visions and dreams
  3. 3. STEP ONE: AWARENESS AWARENESS unlocks the door to the unknown. AWARENESS means pinpointing your interests, abilities, skills, talents, and values. 3
  4. 4. GET THE FACTS!Know the features that are included in the career test. Destiny Strong Interest Features MCP Development Diary Inventory Format Printed On-Line On-Line Holland Codes X X X Career Lists X X X Access to on-line Occupational Information X resources Access to on-line College Majors Lists X X resources Access to on-line College Information X resources Motivational Gifts X
  5. 5. WHAT IS YOUR PERSONALITY STYLE? • Adventurous • Predictable • Strong-Willed • Gentle • Goal-Oriented • People-Oriented • Talkative • Quiet • Leader • Organized • Outgoing, Popular • Steady Holland Codes Resource Center © 2002
  6. 6. PERSONALITY TRAIT INVENTORIES Two (2) Personality Trait Inventories are - • Myers Briggs Type Indicator • Career Personality Inventory
  7. 7. WHAT ARE TRANSFERABLE SKILLS?Transferable skills are non-job specific skillsthat you have acquired during any activity or lifeexperiences.Transferable skills for students include campusand community activities, class projects, andassignments, hobbies, athletic activities,internships and summer part-time jobs. Holland Codes Resource Center © 202
  8. 8. TRANSFERABLE SKILL INVENTORY A Transferable Skills Inventory is - • Transferable Skills Scale
  9. 9. HOLLAND HEXAGON Within the Holland’s Hexagon Model, there were six types of personalities, environments, areas and codes. The personalities were – • Realistic • Investigative • Artistic • Social • Enterprising • Conventional Holland Codes Resource Center © 2002
  10. 10. HOLLAND CODE ASSESSMENTSHolland Career Self - Assessment Tests are –• Self - Directed Search• Career Interests Inventory• Picture Interest Career Survey• RIASEC Inventory• My Career Profile• Strong Interest Inventory Holland Codes Resource Center © 2002
  11. 11. VALUES Our values determine who we are. A value is any belief that is important to an individual. Examples of values are - • Achievement • Independence • Recognition • Relationships • Support • Working Conditions Holland Codes Resource Center © 2002
  12. 12. VALUES INVENTORY An example of a career value inventory is the Career Values Inventory.
  13. 13. WHAT ARE MOTIVATIONAL GIFTS? Motivational gifts are • Traits • Motivations, • Characteristics that are done without any forethought • Supernatural and natural instinct • Drive, or motivation that causes us to behave and respond characteristically under most conditions, settings, or situations. Holland Codes Resource Center © 2002
  14. 14. MOTIVATIONAL GIFT INVENTORY An example of a motivational gift inventory is the Motivational Gift Inventory
  15. 15. CAREER EXPLORATION You are beginning your journey to the second Guidepost – Career Exploration. In Career Exploration, you will • Perform career research. • Identify potential careers. • Begin narrowing career options.
  16. 16. CAREER EXPLORATION & ASSESSMENTS The following assessments help you explore careers – • Self - Directed Search • Career Interests Inventory • Picture Interest Career Survey • RIASEC Inventory • My Career Profile • Strong Interest Inventory
  17. 17. COLLEGE EXPLORATION Next, you are beginning your journey to the third Guidepost – College Major Exploration. In College Major Exploration, you will • Perform research to identify college major • Put what they know into action
  18. 18. COLLEGE MAJOR EXPLORATION & ASSESSMENTS The following assessments help you explore college majors – • Self - Directed Search • My Career Profile • Strong Interest Inventory
  19. 19. DESTINY DEVELOPMENT DIARY Use the Destiny Development Diary to – • Narrow and refine your Results • Create a summary of results with preferred occupations & schools. For more information, visit http://www.destinyandpurposedevelopment.com

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