5.00 Create a career plan that leads to the achievement of ...
5.00 Create a career plan that leads to the achievement of career goals. 1 O B J E C T I V E 5 . 0 1 : U N D E R S TA N D T H E D E C I S I O N - M A K I N G PROCESS AS A COMPONENT OF CAREER PLANNING. INSTRUCTOR: DR. JANIE S. TORAIN CAREER MANAGEMENT CM 5.01 Decision Making Process 01/28/2020 Types of Decisions 2 Importance Categories Routine decisions are
Personal ones that you make on a regular basis, in which the answers are obvious. Examples? Major decisions are ones you make that can affect you or someone else for a life time. Examples? CM 5.01 Decision Making Process Work Career Consumer Lifestyle 01/28/2020 Decision Making Styles 3 Agonizer -Spends a
lot of time making decisions Mystic -Makes decision based on intuition Fatalist -Feels that he or she has no control over decisions Evader -ostrich style; Ignores the decision CM 5.01 Decision Making Process Plunger -Makes impulsive decisions Submissive -Lets an authority figure make a decision Planner -Thoughtful decision maker; Makes decisions using the Decision
Making Process 01/28/2020 Steps of The Decision Making Process 4 Determine needs/wants. Analyze personal resources. Identify your choices. Gather information. Evaluate options Make a decision Plan to reach goals CM 5.01 Decision Making Process 01/28/2020 Benefits of Using The Decision Making Process 5 Increases chance of reaching personal and career
goals. Increases opportunity to gain related knowledge and experience. Increases chance of personal satisfaction/fulfillment Affirms the difference between a series of jobs versus the career development process. Can easily recognize the need to redirect goals as needed. Provides a direct course of action for reaching personal and career goals. CM 5.01 Decision Making Process 01/28/2020 Activity 6 Read in the From School To Work book pages 279-284 In www.f4k.org Screen capture and paste in Word the Career Ladder for your top 3 careers.
CM 5.01 Decision Making Process 01/28/2020 Steps of the Career Development Cycle 7 Awareness CM 1.00 2.00 Who Am I? Exploration CM 3.00 4.00 What Do I Want? Planning CM 5.00 How Do I Get It? CM 5.01 Decision Making Process 01/28/2020 Career Decision Making Process vs
Decision Making Process 8 Steps in the Career Decision Making Process Determine needs/wants 2. Establish goals 3. Analyze Personal resources 4. Gather Information 5. Evaluate options/make a decision 6. Plan to reach personal and career CM 5.01 Decision Making Process 1.
Steps in the Decision Making Process 1. Define the problem 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. or question Establish goals Identify resources Consider alternatives Make a decision Implement it Evaluate results 01/28/2020 Career Decision Making Process 9 Determine Needs/Wants
Options for career Options for educational experiences Analyze Personal Resources Time Money Material Information Facilities People CM 5.01 Decision Making Process 01/28/2020 Career Decision Making Process Gather Information 10
Self Information Career Information Lifestyle goals Personality Environment Family Marriage Roles CM 5.01 Decision Making Process Education/training requirements Salary benefits Work values Duties/responsibilities Aptitude ability requirements 01/28/2020
Career Decision Making Process Gather Information 11 Self Information Career Information Structure for living Geographic location Rural vs. urban Housing Neighborhood Preference for Career outlook Working schedule Lifestyle goals Interests Values meeting educational requirements
CM 5.01 Decision Making Process 01/28/2020 Evaluate Options/Make Decision 12 Options for Career Options for Education Internship College Job Shadow Apprenticeship Training program Major ? ?
CM 5.01 Decision Making Process 01/28/2020 Importance of Flexibility & Contingency Planning 13 There are also plans to backup plans that fail. These are known as contingency plans. This video will explain the four types of planning used by managers, including strategic, tactical, operational and contingency planning. Terms, such as single-use plans, continuing plans, policy, procedure and rule, will also be defined. Click the link below to view video Types of Planning CM 5.01 Decision Making Process 01/28/2020 Factors that Affect Decision Making 14
Personal priorities Lifestyle considerations Health Relationships Family upbringing Resources Education Religion CM 5.01 Decision Making Process Culture Beliefs Values Biases/Stereotypes Environment Home School
Community 01/28/2020 Factors that Affect Decision Making 15 Trade-Offs/Compromises Education Work Family CM 5.01 Decision Making Process 01/28/2020 Impact of Education 16 Pre-requisite acquisition Financial aid Location of programs Time
CM 5.01 Decision Making Process 01/28/2020 17 Impact of Work CM 5.01 Decision Making Process Overtime hours Schedule Travel Benefits Location 01/28/2020 Impact of Family 18 Family work history Influence of parents on
career development Family issues impacted by career decisions Childcare Eldercare Impact of family friendly programs Stay at home vs. working parents
Family Medical Leave A ct CM 5.01 Decision Making Process On-site childcare On-site services (banking, uniforms, etc.) Schedule Flex time Job sharing Telecommuting Flexible spending accounts Counseling/Employee assistance program
01/28/2020 Activity 19 Read in the From School To Work book pages 285-288 Use the decision-making process to help narrow your career choices or choose a specific career. Describe each factor considered in the decision-making process, including your goals, resources, and alternatives to consider. Prepare a written plan. Use the Case Study in FSTW pages 285 and 287 as examples. CM 5.01 Decision Making Process 01/28/2020 Sources 20 Family Medical Leave Act retrieved
November 23, 2012 from http://www.dol.gov/whd/fmla/#.UK-xHtlKWwI DPI Career Management Curriculum Unit C Competency 5.00 Objective 5.01 Understand the decision-making process as a component of career planning. CM 5.01 Decision Making Process 01/28/2020
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