Developed by Edgar Schein at MIT's Sloan School of Management, the Career Anchors Participant Workbook is designed to help you 1) explore and better understand your workplace skills and competencies, career motives and values; 2) analyze your present job and possible future jobs through role and network analysis; and 3) rate yourself in relation to possible competencies and skills needed in present and future jobs.
Once you have completed the Career Anchors Self-Assessment, this workbook will guide you through the next steps in analyzing and understanding your career anchor. As you work through the pages, you will gain new insight into your career values and how they relate to your past and future choices. This easy-to-use workbook includes information about career development, a more complete description of the eight career anchors categories, and an interview section that helps you to analyze your career history. The workbook includes directions on how to create a personal career history, either by yourself in written form or with the help of another person. A completely new section, Job/Role Analysis and Planning, enables you to relate the career anchors to your current position and future jobs by providing an explanation and instructions for creating role maps.
The self-awareness created by the research-backed information and exercises in the Career Anchors Participant Workbook will help you to understand what values are most important to you, making your future job decisions easier and more valid and your future workplace happiness and success more assured.
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Edgar H. Schein is Sloan Fellows Professor of Management Emeritus at the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the author of numerous books, including Career Dynamics, Process Consultation Revisited, Organizational Culture and Leadership and The Corporate Culture Survival Guide.
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Descrizione libro Pfeiffer, 2006. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0787994383