This reflection will be on Savikas and Peavy’sConstructivist Theory of Career Development.This model suggests people construct themselves and the world around them through their experiences and interpretations. Their lives are evolving stories that are under constant revision. Therefore, in order to find satisfaction in life, people must critically reflect upon their assumptions, decisions, and actions.
For Reflection 3, consider the four attitudes for coping with career transitions (concern, curiosity, confidence, and control) and your own adaptability within each of these attitudes. Use the following set of guiding questions to help you craft your response.
Read about the Constructivist Theory of Career Development by clicking the following link,https://www.smore.com/7x37qRead the attached article, “Adaptability: The (Often Overlooked) Key Career Skill ,” by the University of Leeds Careers Centre. Why is it so important to be adaptable? What are the potential benefits of adaptability and consequences of inadaptability?Read the attached article, “Adapt or Die: Why Career Adaptability Is Vital to Your Success ,” by Dr. Samantha Johnson. Which of Johnson’s suggestions for increasing your level of career adaptability appeals to you? How can you leverage her suggestion?Reflect on the four attitudes for coping with career transitions: concern, curiosity, confidence, and control. For each attitude, provide examples of how you are adaptable and are responsible for constructing your own career.Write your response, including your answers to the above questions, in a 300-550 word (3-5 paragraph) reflection. This will be submitted as a Microsoft Word document.
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