ERIC Number: ED456394
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2001-Oct
Reference Count: N/A
Focus on the Future: Achieving Balance in Career & Life Integration.
Walz, Garry R., Ed.; Knowdell, Richard, Ed.
This book contains conference papers from the 2000 International Career Development Conference. The intent is to broaden the dissemination of the ideas presented at the conference, and to provide the authors with an international platform for communicating their ideas. The presentations include the following: (1) "Retaining Knowledge Workers: Connecting Individual Well-Being and Organizational Performance" (Deborah P. Bloch); (2) "Dancing through the Emotional Aspects of the Career Search" (Robert C. Chope); (3) "Mothers and Daughters: Connections, Curricula, and Careers" (Sally Gelardin, Stephanie Vandrick, and Dolores LaGuardia); (4) "21st Century Digital Resources for Career Planning across the Lifespan" (Mary Gumlia, Betty Hopperstad, and James Weston); (5) "Get the Balance Right" (Rebecca Jaurigue Haddock); (6) "Flexible Work Arrangement: Guiding Our Clients through the Maze" (Karen Hanen); (7) "Creating Lifespan Balance: Redefining Career Success and Reinventing Retirement" (Helen Harkness); (8) "Hand-Me-Down Dreams: Integrating Family Perspectives into Career Counseling" (Mary H. Jacobsen); (9) "Loving Them as They Are: Helping Parents Break the Cycle of Hand-Me-Down Dreams" (Mary H. Jacobsen); (10) "The Yoga of Work: Strategies for Right-Livelihood from the World's Wisdom Traditions" (E. H. Rick Jarow); (11) "Mastering Life Work Transistions: Using the Internet To Find Your Dream Job" (Deborah L. Knox and Sandra S. Butzel); (12) "Life after IBM: A Survey" (Carol Mason); (13) "Start Your Own Radio Show on Career Development" (Liz Plotkin and Gail Nicholson); (14) "Is Licensure in Your Future?" (Dean Porter, Mary Clare, & Susan Zgliczynski); (15) "Addressing the Relationship between Career Development and Spirituality When Working with College Students" (Joanna Royce-Davis); (16) "Leveraging Advantage: Career Education Strategies for Disenfranchised Students" (Darryl T. Stevens and Michael Guest); (17) "Partnerships: Integrating the Career Center and Academic Units" (Ruth White and Jonne Kraning); and (18) "Helping Women Shape a Career Path and a Life That Works" (Caitlin P. Williams). (MKA)
Descriptors: Career Centers, Career Counseling, Career Development, Career Planning, Daughters, Early Retirement, Emotional Response, Family Influence, Females, Higher Education, Internet, Mothers, Radio, Retirement, Self Supporting Students, Technology, Work Environment
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Publication Type: Collected Works - General; ERIC Publications; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Educational Research and Improvement (ED), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: ERIC Clearinghouse on Counseling and Student Services, Greensboro, NC.
Note: "A book of papers generated by the year 2000 International Career Development Conference." For individual papers, see CG 031 199-210.