Importance of developing a career plan

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Importance of developing a career plan

  1. 1. Developing your own career planIMPORTANCE OF DEVELOPING ACAREER PLAN
  2. 2. Career conceptsTraditional concepts of careerdefinitions :
  3. 3. Profession Traditional impressions said that a person did not have a career unless it had to do with a certain high education level, and if the person had status in the respective jobs that they were involved in.
  4. 4. Promotion A career had as it’s prominence, the moving up of an individual up the corporate ladder from position to position
  5. 5. Stability If an individual could stay in the same job for a long period of time and had a great amount of experience in the same job , this would be considered as a career
  6. 6. The new perspective of acareer New innovations resulting from constant study of the pivotal concept a career by industry specialists ,these being the new way of defining a career. A new career concept referred to as the protean career concept has being conjured up by industry giants.
  7. 7. Protean career concept The protean concept is a professional method of defining a career, it which includes an ethical and morally based perspective of career interpretation and practices
  8. 8. Factors of the proteancareer conceptPower and control:The need for power and control is the onefactor that most individuals are inclined towhen deciding which career path to take. In the protean career concept individuals are more interested in power and control over themselves rather than control over people.Individuals in the protean concept have an understanding that career mobility really meansSelf development instead of promotion and seniority.Their personal opinion on career success is based on psychological success rather than promotions and work related rewardsThe determiners of attitudes towards their career is based on their commitment to their jobs

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