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Career Management Agenda Journal – 5 minutes ¡ Collect signed index cards ¡ 10 year reunion assignment ¡ Get out Cornell Notes ¡ Black-out BINGO ¡ Start Power Point ¡ Read for 10 minutes – complete log ¡
Career Management Objective 1. 01: Understand individual characteristics/traits, interests/preferences, ability levels, skill acquisition, talents/aptitudes, learning styles and values.
BLACK OUT BINGO ¡ Fill up your card with words you associate with this class. For example, “career”, “traits”, etc.
Essential Question: What do my personal interests/preferences, abilities, skills, work values/needs and aptitudes suggest about potential career choices?
Identify and summarize personal characteristics Attitude ¡ Personality ¡ Type Focus Assessment ¡ l l Extrovert v. Introvert (E or I) Sensing v. Intuitive (S or N) Thinking v. Feeling (T or F) Judging v. Perceiving (J or P)
Work Behavior Which one are you? l l Director (Accepts challenges, takes authority, assertively solves problems) Thinker (Task focused, concerned with analyzing information) Relater (Relationship focused, unassertive, dislikes conflict) Socializer (Spontaneous, sociable, seldom concerned with facts and data)
Keirsey Temperament Sorter l l Artisans (Concrete in communication, utilitarian in implementing goals, skilled in tactical variation) Guardians (Concrete in communication, cooperative in implementing goals, highly skilled in logistics) Idealists (Abstract in communication, cooperative in implementing goals, highly skilled in diplomatic integration) Rationalists (abstract in communication, utilitarian in implementing goals, highly skilled in strategic analysis)
Work Personality 1. ) Director (thrives on power) ¡ 2. ) Entertainer (thrives on recognition) ¡ 3. ) Mediator (thrives on being needed) ¡ 4. ) Analyst (thrives on being the “expert”) ¡
Career Management Agenda ¡ ¡ ¡ ¡ Journal – on the left board - 5 minutes Correction on grading scale – 1 minute Turn in signed papers – 1 minute 10 year reunion – SHARE! 10 minutes Kiersey Temperament Sorter History - 5 minutes Activity - ALL ABOUT YOU COLLAGE! 45 Minutes Worksheets – 25 minutes Read – 10 minutes (don’t forget to write it in your log)
Keirsey Temperament Theory™ based in many years of research and innovation. ¡ Began in the 1940’s during David Keirsey’s World War II service as a U. S. Marine fighter pilot serving in the Pacific. ¡ The one book Keirsey carried with him through his entire war service was a psychology book ¡ This book was the first spark of his journey into the field of personality. ¡
KTS ¡ At Pomona College and the Claremont Graduate School Keirsey began his research and study of human behavior. As he researched historical literature in psychology, philosophy, and the sciences, he became intrigued by the patterns of four temperaments. These four distinct patterns of human behavior were woven throughout history, dating back to such figures as Hippocrates (c 370), Plato (c 340) and Aristotle (c 325).
KTS ¡ In the 1950’s, he began putting his theory into practice as an Educational Psychologist, where he developed techniques in training and coaching. For more than two decades, he served as a consultant to both educators and psychologists, with continued research and innovations in his theory of the four temperaments.
KTS ¡ In the early 1970’s Keirsey introduced his theory as an educational curriculum at California State University, Fullerton, where he served on the faculty, and eventually chair, in the department of counseling for ten years. During his time there, he published his theory in the book, Please Understand Me® (1978), where he publicly introduced the Keirsey Temperament Sorter® (KTS®) to the world.
KTS ¡ The impact of Keirsey Temperament Theory has been lasting and substantial. In the early years, his theory was first put to use by psychologists, educators, and faith based organizations. Please Understand Me became an international best seller, selling more than 2 million copies.
KTS ¡ In 1996, the Keirsey Temperament Sorter was introduced online through the Keirsey. com website, and since that time, more than 17 million people have taken the instrument via this popular site. In 1998, Keirsey published Please Understand Me II, by which time Keirsey Temperament Theory was being widely utilized by major companies, government institutions, nonprofit, and educational organizations worldwide. Collectively, Please Understand Me and Please Understand Me II have sold more than 4 million copies in more than a dozen languages.
Assignment Write down 2 things you learned about the Keirsey Temperament Sorter. ¡ Put your name on it & turn it in ¡
ACTIVITY! ALL ABOUT YOU COLLAGE! ¡ Needs to include: at least 6 words that describe you, your name, at least 4 pictures. ¡ Cover up the entire sheet of paper, I SHOULD SEE NO WHITE PAPER! ¡ If your last name starts with A-J go first to the back to get your paper. ¡ 2 nd – K-T and last but not least U-Z ¡
AGENDA! HAPPY FRIDAY! ¡ Turn in collage & paragraph in basket on back bookshelf. (staple them together and put your name on both sheets) ¡ Journal ¡ Vocabulary ¡ Worksheets ¡ READ! (don’t forget to log) ¡
VOCABULARY ¡ ¡ ¡ Abilities: Natural or acquired skill or talent. Ability: Developed skill. Age Discrimination Act of 1967: Passed to prohibit discrimination against people between forty and seventy years of age. Americans with Disabilities Act: 1992; Gives civil rights projections to those provided on the basis of race, sex, national origin, age, and religion; EOC administers these laws. Aptitudes: Developed abilities; those things that one is good at doing; potential for learning skills. Assessment: The act of evaluation. Attitude: One’s outlook on life; how one reacts to a situation. Auditory: Relating to the sense of hearing. Career: An occupation or profession followed as a life’s work. Change: To make or become different; to replace with another. COBRA: Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act; law to provide terminated employees or those who lose insurance coverage because of reduced work to be able to buy group insurance for themselves and their families for a limited amount of time. Compassion: To care deeply about other people and their wellbeing.
Career Management Agenda Jessica Agnew/Robert Blythe - T. A. FOR THE WEEK! ¡ Journal ¡ Attendance ¡ Cornell Notes – Power. Point ¡ Group Review ¡ Check Test ¡ Read - log ¡
Essential Question ¡ What do my personal interests suggest about potential career choices?
Personal Interests ¡ ¡ ¡ Work environment Job tasks Data/people/things Schools courses Interests checklist Hobbies Holland Codes (www. careerkey. org/index. asp)
Realistic Type Work Environment ¡ ¡ ¡ Persons having a Realistic personality type "dominate" this environment. There are more of them than there are people of other personality types. For example, at a construction site there will be more persons having a "Realistic" personality than there will be people who have a Social or Artistic type. "Realistic" people create a "Realistic" environment. For example, they particularly value people who are practical and mechanical -- who are good at working with tools, mechanical or electrical drawings, machines, or animals. Examples of occupations that have a Realistic environment are: Farmer Forester Fire Fighter Police Officer Flight Engineer Pilot Carpenter Electrician Diesel Mechanic Locomotive Engineer Truck Driver Locksmith
Investigative ¡ ¡ ¡ Persons having an Investigative personality type "dominate" this environment. There are more of them than there are people of other personality types. For example, in a scientific laboratory there will be more persons having an "Investigative" personality than there will be people who have an Enterprising type. "Investigative" people create a "Investigative" environment. For example, they particularly value people who are precise, scientific, and intellectual -who are good at understanding and solving science and math problems. Examples of occupations that have an Investigative environment are: Chemist Mathematician Meteorologist Biologist Dentist Physician Veterinarian Pharmacist Medical Technician Architect Surveyor Electrical Technician
Artistic Type Work Environment ¡ ¡ ¡ Persons having an Artistic personality type "dominate" this environment. There are more of them than there are people of other personality types. For example, among a group of professional musicians there will be more persons of an "Artistic" personality than there will be people who have a Conventional type. "Artistic" people create an "Artistic" environment. For example, they particularly value people who are expressive, original, and independent -- who have good artistic abilities in creative writing, drama, crafts, music, or art. Examples of occupations that have an Artistic environment are: Dancer Book Editor Art Teacher Clothes Designer Graphic Designer Comedian Actor Disk Jockey Composer Musician
Social Type Work Environment ¡ ¡ ¡ Persons having a Social personality type "dominate" this environment. There are more of them than there are people of other personality types. For example, in a hospital, school, or counseling service there will be more persons having a "Social" personality than there will be people who have a Realistic type. "Social" people create an "Social" environment. For example, they particularly value people who are helpful, friendly, and trustworthy -- who are good at teaching, counseling, nursing, giving information, and solving social problems. Examples of occupations that have a Social environment are: Counselor Parole Officer Social Worker Dental Hygienist Nurse Physical Therapist Teacher Librarian Athletic Trainer
Enterprising Type Work Environment ¡ ¡ ¡ Persons having an Enterprising personality type "dominate" this environment. There are more of them than there are people of other personality types. For example, in a business or legal setting there will be more persons having an "Enterprising" personality than there will be people who have a Investigative type. "Enterprising" people create an "Enterprising" environment. For example, they particularly value people who are energetic, ambitious, and sociable -who are good at politics, leading people and selling things or ideas. Examples of occupations that have a Enterprising environment are: Auctioneer Sales Person Travel Agent Recreation Leader Judge Lawyer City Manager Sales Manager Bank President TV Newscaster Customs Inspector Camp Director Hotel Manager Real Estate Agent School Principal
Conventional Type Work Environment ¡ ¡ Persons having a Conventional personality type "dominate" this environment. There are more of them than there are people of other personality types. For example, in an office of a bank or real estate company there will be more persons having a "Conventional" personality than there will be people who have a Artistic type. "Conventional" people create an "Conventional" environment. For example, they particularly value people who are orderly, and good at following a set plan -- good at working with written records and numbers in a systematic, orderly way. Examples of occupations that have a Conventional environment are: Court Clerk Secretary Bookkeeper Bank Teller Post Office Clerk Mail Carrier Typist Title Examiner Timekeeper
¡ Hollands Theory
Holland Codes ¡ ¡ ¡ Realistic (Do-ers) Investigative (Thinkers) Artistic (Creators) Social (Helpers) Enterprising (Persuaders) Conventional (Organizers
SCANS Skills ¡ ¡ ¡ ¡ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Resources Interpersonal Skills Information Systems Technology Basic Skills Thinking Skills Personal Qualities
BASIC SCANS SKILLS Reading ¡ Writing ¡ Mathematics ¡ Speaking ¡ Listening ¡
Personal talents/aptitudes ¡ ¡ ¡ Verbal Numerical Clerical Manual dexterity Mechanical reasoning Spatial/visual
Personal learning styles/learning preferences ¡ 1. Learning preferences/multiple intelligences ¡ ¡ ¡ ¡ l Verbal-linguistic Logical-mathematical Visual-spatial Bodily-kinesthetic Musical Interpersonal Intrapersonal Naturalistic Learning styles ¡ ¡ ¡ Tactile/Kinesthetic Auditory Visual
Personal work values/needs Responsibility ¡ Relationships/ unselfishness ¡ Compassion ¡ Courage ¡ Achievement ¡ Recognition ¡ Creativity ¡ ¡ ¡ ¡ Independence Prestige Money/salary Security Surroundings Variety Ethics
YESTERDAY we talked about… Personal interests – hobbies, job tasks, work environments ¡ Learning Styles – tactile, auditory, & visual ¡ What are the 5 Basic SCANS skills? ¡ l Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Speaking, Listening
Essential Question ¡ What do my skills, work values, and interests suggest about potential career choices?
Definitions Work Values: Ideas and beliefs concerning career/work that are important to a person and govern his/her perception of job/occupation/career. Skill: Proficiency or ability.
ACTIVITY ¡ ¡ ¡ I will give you a job from the classified ads. Create a description of an individual to fill the job. Create an illustration and description of the individual including the personality traits, work values and skills possessed. Introduce the employee to the class. Be prepared to defend your selection of traits and values.