This study reports the findings from exploratory career counselling with Italian undergraduate university students using
the Career Interest Profile (CIP). The participants (n = 178, females = 51.69%; mean age 22.28, SD = 1.59 years) received
elective career counselling on campus. The students completed the CIP and the Self-Directed Search (SDS). Data were
analyzed using both qualitative and quantitative approaches. The CIP yielded satisfactory results with regard to
trustworthiness and intercorrelations with the SDS and provides career counsellors with a useful instrument for the
identification of interest profiles of Italian undergraduate university students. Participants reported being enabled to
explore prospective career interest areas using career-story narratives for constructing life trajectories and enhanced
development of their career stories.
The changes occurring in the external environment have forced organizations to rethink the structure, processes and management of its assets and overall organization. The rapid changes in technology, accompanied by ...
Venter, Johanna Maria(University of Pretoria, 2013-04-18)
One of the challenges imposed by the 21st century is to retain talented staff by keeping employees engaged in their work. Engagement in itself is a complex construct, which still requires much clarification. One of the ...
Mubiana, Precious Bupe(University of Pretoria, 2011-09-09)
This study explores career maturity, self knowledge and career knowledge and how they influence career decision-making processes among psychology honours students at a South African institution of higher learning. A mixed ...