TD2258


Note: This workshop is capped at 16 participants.

Total Workshop Time: 2 Hours

Pre-requisites: Introduction to MBTI (TD1242) or permission of facilitators

Description:

When it comes to our careers, it can be difficult to decide which direction to go next. Is there a way to predict ahead of time if you will like a new job opportunity just as much—if not better—than your current job? Yes, there is! By learning more about yourself through MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) and the Holland Code, you can seek out and evaluate new job opportunities based on your own preferences and interests. Whether you are adding new responsibilities to your current job or planning ahead for the next step in your career, learn more about yourself so that your next career move is a smart one.

In this workshop, participants will:

  • Understand how their MBTI type relates to career choices and preferences
  • Identify their career interest Holland code and how it relates to career choice
  • Articulate characteristics of their own ideal work

Facilitated by: Chandra Lane, Assistant Director of Staff Training & Development, Career & Academic Planning and Jennifer Keach, Coordinator of Organizational Learning & Development, Libraries & Educational Technologies

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Level: Intermediate

Competency: Work Life Wellness

Series: New for 2018

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