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Psycho-social career meta-capacities : dynamics of contemporary career development

Author: Melinde Coetzee
Publisher: Heidelberg : Springer Science and Business Media, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book introduces a coherent perspective on the self-regulatory career meta-capacities that individuals, as career agents, need to successfully manage their career development in a boundaryless occupational world. Enriched by empirical data and case studies by subject specialists in the fields, it serves as a cutting-edge benchmark for specialists, professionals and post-graduate students in the careers field to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Melinde Coetzee
ISBN: 9783319006451 3319006452 3319006444 9783319006444
OCLC Number: 871043603
Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 336 pages)
Contents: 1. Employability approaches to contemporary careers --
2. Protean career attitude as a positive approach to unemployment --
3. Personality and psycho-social employability attributes as meta-capacities for sustained employability --
4. A psychological career resources framework for contemporary career development --
5. Adaptability in Action: Using Personality, Aptitude and Interest Data to Help Clients Increase their Social, Emotional and Cognitive Career Meta-capacities --
6. Entrepreneurship as 21st century skill: Research findings and theories on entrepreneurial development --
7. Psycho-social career meta-capacities in organisational career development --
8. Person-Environment Fit and Vocational Outcomes --
9. Career anchors as a meta-capacity in career development --
10. Career meta-competencies in the retention of employees --
11. Career wellbeing and psycho-social career meta-capacities --
12. Well-being and Flourishing in Career Development Context --
13. Psychological ownership --
14. Sense of coherence and career development --
15. The role of positive psychology and wellbeing in career development --
16. Psycho-social career meta capacities in academic career development --
17. Using career construction to facilitate the career adaptability of prospective students in the natural sciences: A South African case study --
18. Flourishing interventions: a practical guide to student academic career development --
19. 'Enacted Negotiation' --
Narratives of Career Development amongst Previously Disadvantaged Groups in South Africa --
20. Designing learning experiences to prepare lifelong learners for the complexities of the workplace.
Responsibility: Melinde Coetzee, editor.

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