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IDentity Series Now You're Thinking about Your Career

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780132819671

ISBN10:
0132819678
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
12/12/2011
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall

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Summary

Infuse student success into any program with our ;IDentity ; Series booklets.  Written by national subject matter experts, the material contains strategies and activities for immediate application.  If you like this IDentity Series: Now You're Thinking about Career Success, you will love the other options available:  Financial Literacy(Farnoosh Torabi),  Financial Responsibility(Clearpoint Financial), Now You're Thinking about Student Success(Judy Chartrand et.al.), Ownership(Megan Stone), Critical Thinking: A Career Choice(Paul Schuler), Identity(Stedman Graham).

Author Biography

Judy Chartrand is a Consultant Chief Scientist with Pearson’s Talent Assessment group where she consults on product development and research, especially in the area of critical thinking. Judy works extensively with corporate and educational clients, helping them implement assessment solutions that foster professional development, team building, retention, high potential engagement, and career management. A recognized thought leader in the career field, she has been a speaker at over 50 national and international conferences and published over 40 articles on assessment and talent development. She received an Early Career Award from the American Psychological Association for her work in the career development field.  She has developed career and life planning programs for the United States Olympic team, the AARP, and the Commonwealth of Virginia, among others.

 

Stewart Emery is coauthor of the international bestsellers Success Built to Last  and Do you Matter?: How Great Design Will Make People Love Your Company?  He has a lifetime of experience as an entrepreneur, creative director, corporate culture consultant, and executive coach.  He has led workshops and seminars and delivered key notes all over the world.

 

Russ Hall is author of fourteen books and coauthor of numerous other books.  He has also had short stories, essays, and articles published in a wide array of media and has received several awards.

 

Heather Ishikawa is the National Sales Director for Pearson Talent Assessment.  Heather has extensive experience in architecting corporate-wide, assessment based leadership development initiatives.  Ishikawa has delivered workshops to hundreds of leaders on the topics of critical thinking, leadership, teambuilding, communication and change management. Heather lives in California with her husband and two children.

 

John Maketa is the Director of Strategic Partnerships for Pearson. John is a dynamic leader in enterprise growth, developing bold and creative strategic alliances that catapult global performance and profit.  Maketa is known throughout the learning and development industry as a major connector who is able to strategically align initiatives for parties on both sides of the table with unparalleled financial and professional success. John lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and son.

Table of Contents

Brief Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Think Your Way to Career Success                                                             

 

Chapter 2: A New Way of Thinking                                  

 

Chapter 3: Your Thinking Style                                                                                        

 

Chapter 4: You’re On Your Way

 

Expanded Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Think Your Way to Career Success                                                             

 

Critical thinking has emerged as the top workplace skill - in high demand and short supply.  Becoming a good thinker is a workplace necessity and a competitive advantage for the job seeker.  Using an engaging model, students learn how motivation (dreams & goals), emotion (feelings) and cognition (thinking) work together to drive successful workplace behavior.  The importance of clear goals and balancing thinking and feelings is emphasized.

 

Chapter 2: A New Way of Thinking                                                                                  

 

Students learn and apply a practical 5-step model of critical thinking (which includes Pearson’s RED model).  Examples emphasize workplace readiness and professionalism.  Through engaging stories, students learn meta-cognitive, reflective, and analytical skills. 

·         Stop and Think

·         Recognize Assumptions

·         Evaluate Information

·         Draw Conclusions

·         Plan of Action                             

 

Chapter 3: Your Thinking Style                                                                                        

 

To personalize and deepen the learning experience, students take an on-line thinking style assessment (less than 10 minutes to complete) and receive a feedback report.  They learn which styles are their strongest and how to leverage those styles to achieve workplace success. The seven thinking styles are based on the literature of positive dispositions of critical thinking.

 

Chapter 4: You’re On Your Way                                                                           

 

Practical tips are offered to help students start practicing and applying critical thinking skills to achieve career success.

·         Get Started

·         Gain Momentum

·         Enjoy Success

 



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