Developing career resilience
Developing career resilience

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6 Summary

You have now completed the first week of Developing career resilience.

This week you have thought about resilience and its different aspects. You have considered why career resilience is important in today’s working world and considered how your own experience of change relates to a model of personal change.

You have also begun building your skills for career resilience by reflecting on your current position and experiences of managing career change. And you’ve taken an action to follow up on one of the topics discussed.

You have learned:

  • the meaning of the term ‘resilience’
  • the difference between personal resilience and career resilience
  • why career resilience is important in today’s working world
  • how career resilience relates to a model of change.

Next week you will explore what is meant by personal resilience in more detail. You will look at why some people are more resilient than others and how resilience can be learned. You will focus on your strengths in personal resilience.

You can now go to Week 2 [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] .

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