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Developing & Managing Career Resources
Author/Editor: Susan A. Epstein, MS and Janet G. Lenz, PhD
What do career service centers look like without a strong career resource library? They would resemble a turtle without a shell or a football player without a helmet... you get the drift. Something would be missing! Susan Epstein and Janet Lenz have written an extraordinarily significant book. They provide readers with concrete answers to a real question: "How do we systematically manage career resources with the ever-increasing demands for information and the overabundant amount of information available on the Internet? In this book readers will also get a unique look "behind the scenes" in managing career resources, all the technical and practical issues. Innovative and clear ideas, as well as an unmatched level of expertise make this book a one-of-a-kind. Simply put, if you manage (or would like to manage) career resources, this book is a must! Monograph.
A review of this book can be found in the Career Convergence web magazine.
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Category: Career Information Resources/Curriculum/Activities
Category: Career Development Theory and Models
Category: Individual/Group Counseling and Facilitating Skills
Category: Coaching/Consultation/Performance Improvement
Stock#: 953 Mfr#: ISBN: 978-1-885333-19-3
The re-imagined 7th edition of our influential guide to career assessment was re-conceptualized and renamed to A Comprehensive Guide to Career Assessment. It contains important information career counselors, educators and practitioners will find invaluable in learning about career assessment and selecting assessments specific to client needs. The print version of the Guide offers six foundational chapters and over twenty instrument reviews. (Stoltz & Barclay, 2019).
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John L. Holland's Autobiography and Theory of Careers
In 1959, John L. Holland introduced a theory of vocational choices involving personality typology (widely known in the career development field as the Holland Code, or RIASEC). Included with this previously unpublished autobiography are book chapters, journal articles and other original source material that will enhance the reader's understanding of both the theory and the scientist. (Rayman & Gottfredson, 2020)
On sale for $55.00 thru July 31, 2022 (shipping/handling not included).
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