Career construction counseling for a mid-career Black man is
examined. The author implemented a case study design and
purposively selected the participant. The intervention and
follow-up occurred over a period of 21 months, and the
Career Construction Interview (CCI; Savickas, 2011a) was
used to gather data. Savickas‟s 8-step strategy was followed
to complete the participant‟s life portrait. After the
intervention, the participant demonstrated an improved sense
of self and willingness to deal more adaptively with careerlife-
related challenges. More research is needed to determine
the long-term effects of this kind of intervention and to show
its applicability in group contexts.
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, 2011-08-24)
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 ...