Career management involves a complex juggling
act. This workshop supports participants in developing a map of their
current and potential work and life commitments, and strategies for
managing their lifestreams.
Who should attend
You should attend if you would like to learn about the changing
nature of careers, explore strategies for juggling home and work commitments,
and develop strategic plans for pursuing career and life goals.
As a result of this workshop, participants will achieve the following
knowledge of the changing meaning of "work" and the changing
nature of "career"
identification of own life priorities and career or work goals
understanding of how others see my roles, goals, values and skills
detailed awareness of current use of time, and assessment of fit between
priorities, goals, and current time expenditure
strategic plans for pursuing career and life goals
Workshop process will be based on principles of adult learning and
equity in participation. Triad consultancies, discussions, self assessment
questions, and individual reflection and action planning will encourage
participants to identify their own lifestream map, personal goals, and
strategies for achieving goals. Application of learning to participant's
personal and organisational contexts will be emphasised.