Collins, J. Porras, J. (1996). Building your company’s vision. Harvard Business Review. 65-77. Collins and Porras outline two major concepts in…

Collins, J. Porras, J. (1996). Building your company’s vision. Harvard Business Review. 65-77. Collins and Porras outline two major concepts in….

Step one: Build a list of 5 jobs you believe would be very satisfying for you

Step two: Take each one of those 5 jobs and write down things you like about Step

three: Based on the things you like about that job, what are some other options where you could do that same type of work? Step four: Make a list of things you don’t like about each of those 5 original jobsStep five: Based on those things you wouldn’t like about the job, what are some options where that would not be an issue? 

3.Rounds, J. & Jin, J. (2013). Nature, importance, and assessment of needs and values.

In Career Development and Counseling (2nd Ed.). Brown, S. D. and Lent, R. W. (eds.). 417-447. 4. In this chapter, Brown and Lent describe the importance of needs and values. On page 419, the authors provide some conceptual issues between needs and values and posit the following questions:  Do work values emerge from general values as individuals interact with work?  Do work values influence general values?  Do different values become salient (engrained) as a person moves from one role to another? Based on the information provided from the authors, how would you answer these questions? Tables 15.1-3 outline various needs/values from theoretical foundations. It might be helpful to identify your own needs/values and tie those into your answers. Use evidence and personal experiences as necessary while citing sources accordingly. 

Collins, J. Porras, J. (1996). Building your company’s vision. Harvard Business Review. 65-77. Collins and Porras outline two major concepts in…