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ERIC Number: ED458482
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 142
Abstractor: N/A
Staying Innovative and Change-Focused in the New Economy. A Collection of Special Papers Generated for the 2001 International Career Development Conference (Seattle, Washington, November 7-11, 2001).
Walz, Garry R., Ed.; Knowdell, Richard, Ed.; Kirkman, Chris, Ed.
This publication is designed to broaden exposure to the ideas presented at the 2001 International Career Development Conference. It provides authors with an international forum for communicating their current research, proposals, and projects to the international career development community. The articles in this symposium include: (1) "Chaos, Complexity and Cognitive Psychology: New Ways to Look at Career Development" (Cal Crow); (2) "After Trauma: Rebuild a Life through Career Narratives" (Sally D. Gelardin); (3) "Competency-Based Behavioral Interviewing: How To Prepare and Win!" (Steven E. Beasley and Tom Washington); (4) "SkillScan Online: Have Skills, Will Travel" (Lesah Beckhusen); (5) "Career Coaching: The New Methodology for Maximizing Personal Fulfillment and Human Capital" (Marcia Bench); (6) "The Majors Fair: Helping College Students Decide on Majors" (Helene Berg-Kolin, Gretchen Krueger, Cheryl Thomas-Clark, and Brian Finck); (7) "Executive Report: Amazing New Job-Search Tool Gets Ten Times the Response and a Hundred Times the Impact of the [Internet-Gutted] Resume" (Jack Chapman); (8) "Further Exploration of the Emotional Avenues of Career Change" (Robert C. Chope); (9) "Surviving or Thriving?" (Diane Crist and Becky Durham); (10) "Integrating Psychology and Spirituality during Career Exploration" (Anne Greenblatt and Paul Greenblatt); (11) "Creating Career Kaleidoscopes" (Liz Harris-Tuck and Annette Price); (12) "15 E-Resume Myths: Do's and Don'ts for Preparing and Sending an Electronic Resume" (Susan Ireland); (13) "Leveraging Change for Career Success: A South-East Asian Experience" (Han Kok Kwang); (14) "When Assessments Fail: Using Alternative Approaches to Career Exploration" (Cindy Lewis and Cynthia Sabedra); (15) "Improving Career Self-Efficacy in Emerging Adults with Limited Life Experiences" (Lea Beth Lewis, Monica H. Schneider, and Claire Sham-Choy); (16) "Seniors Are Not Only Hirable, They're Sought After" (Bradley Marston and Tracy Marston); (17) "Determining Return on Investment for Career Development: The Bombardier Aerospace Inc. Experience" (Catherine Mossop); (18) "Career Optimism: Strategies for Reenergizing Workers in Times of Change" (Roberta Neault); (19) "The Cutting Edge for Counselors: Licensure" (Dean Porter); (20) "No Frames, No Boundaries: From Job Box to Niche" (Shirley Porter and Keith Porter); and (21) "Coaching Clients on Career Opportunities in Entertainment and New Media" (Vivian VanLier). (Contains 70 references.) (JDM)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; ERIC Publications
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: Office of Educational Research and Improvement (ED), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: ERIC Clearinghouse on Counseling and Student Services, Greensboro, NC.
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A
Note: For selected individual papers, see CG 031 357-366.