Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 20 | Submission: 12917 | Sponsor(s): (CAR, OB, HR)
Virtual session type: Synchronous Live Presenter
Scheduled: Friday, Jul 30 2021 8:00AM - 10:00AM ET (UTC-4)
Enhance Your Toolkit for Teaching Careers
Enhance Your Toolkit for Teaching Careers

Coordinator: Peter Heslin, UNSW Sydney
Facilitator: Michael B. Arthur, Suffolk U.
Facilitator: Jon P. Briscoe, Northern Illinois U.
Facilitator: Suzanne Chan-Serafin, UNSW Sydney
Facilitator: Shoshana Dobrow, London School of Economics
Facilitator: Stefanie Gustafsson, U. of Bath
Facilitator: Scott Seibert, Rutgers U., School of Management and Labor Relations
This PDW will enable you to learn from a range of high caliber academics from around the world about how to teach careers, either as a whole subject or as a topic in a course such as Leadership, Human Resource Management, or Organizational Behavior. If you want to be exposed to some well-established career concepts and tools, as well as learn to facilitate some proven experiential career activities, this workshop is for you! The six topics covered will be teaching (a) the “intelligent career” framework, (b) career narratives and development planning, (c) diversity and inclusion, (d) callings, (e) career tensions, and (f) network analysis and building. After a brief overview of the session by the session Coordinator, participants will hear a brief introduction by each facilitator of the topic and process they will lead at their roundtable. Participants will then have the opportunity to spend 20min at each of their preferred three roundtables. The plenary discussion will focus on clarifying any issues raised during the roundtable discussions, unearthing participants’ most valuable insights, as well as hearing other career teaching tips and tools that participants would like to share with the whole group. This workshop will be highly interactive, useful, and fun!
KEY TO SYMBOLS Teaching-oriented Teaching-oriented   Practice-oriented Practice-oriented   International-oriented International-oriented   Theme-oriented Theme-oriented   Research-oriented Research-oriented   Teaching-oriented Diversity-oriented
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