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International Careers in a Global Environment IBUS 566 SFSU Professor R. Simeon
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Session #1 Fall 2011 I. Exploring Career Dynamics
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The Road Map to Career Management hase I hase II hase III Phase I Evaluate & Develop Phase II TARGET Phase III MANAGE EDUCATION PERSONALITY IFE EXPERIENCES Packaging & Employability Strategies Travel, Work & LOCATIONS SECTORS OSITION Career Advancement EMPLOYABILITY LIFESTYLES LIFE EXPERIENCES SPECIAL SKILLS THE NATURE OF WORK Exploit Your Skills Market, sector, position research POSITIONS CAREERS Build Competencies Choose jobs with rowth otential CAREER POSITIONS CAREER FIELDS UTONOMY EMPLOYMENT ARRANGEMENTS Job-search & skills packaging strategies Know employment intermediaries Advantages TRAINING growth potential Maintain personal networks Expand experience AUTONOMY PERSONAL CAREER CAPITAL Special Constraints Money Time isa Status Develop Personal Branding Networking Activities TRAVEL CONNECTIONS XPERIENCE with & in foreign markets Continuous learning & Performance focus CAPABILITY MOBILITY Visa Status Work-Life Balance Constraints Career transition dynamics EXPERIENCE Clear mindset & Proactive Behaviors TRANSFERABILITY
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I. Exploring Career Dynamics A. Work versus Career Distinctions ow are these linked? Work>Job>Career How are these linked? Work>Job>Career or : Work, Job, Occupation, Profession, Career Factors that underlie the use of the above terms: tasks, time orientation, attitudes, goals, motivation, complexity of tasks, recognized abilities, certifications, social recognition, ambition, level of education, general progression of jobs etc. ,g p g j
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A. Work versus Career Distinctions-2 z Work: An activity which requires physical or mental effort to do. z Job: The regular or piece of work which a person does for client or an organization; often to earn money a client or an organization; often to earn money. z Occupation: A more formal way of referring to someone’s regular work activity or job. rofession: ny type of work which requires special z Profession: Any type of work which requires special education, training, certification or skill to be socially, institutionally or technically recognized as capable
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Career Distinctions areer: series of work job or occupational z Career: A series of work, job or occupational situations that give shape to one’s professional working life. z Careers require the development and effective use of specific skills and capabilities achieved through education nd/or experience and/or experience. z Careers are driven by an individual’s motivation to combine and apply work experiences over time to achieve socially or technically recognized expertise and personal satisfaction. z Observation: There has been a continuing shift in the “concept of career” from meaning a closed set of work achievements over one’s work life to one focusing on the ersonal motivation to develop explore and target one’s personal motivation to develop, explore and target one s education and capabilities to attain success in one or multiple careers
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