Developing career resilience
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Developing career resilience

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This free course was written by Catrin Davies and Ann Pegg.

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Figure 1: © Mark Bonett/Dreamstime.com

Figure 2: Courtesy of John M. Fisher

Tables

Table 1: extract adapted from: American Institute of Stress (n.d.) ‘Holmes-Rahe Stress Inventory’ https://www.stress.org/holmes-rahe-stress-inventory/

Images

Figure 1: courtesy: Glasgow Centre for Population Health image from: http://www.gcph.co.uk/latest/news/482_resilience_and_public_health

Videos

Activity 2: In the blood/Simon Weston © BBC

Activity 3: Resilience personality: a good day at work. Courtesy © robertsoncooper.com

Images

Figures 1 and 2: UK Commission for Employment and Skills www.ukces.org.uk/thefutureofwork

Tables

Table 1: extract adapted from Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) (2014) ‘Employee tenure news release’, 18 September.

Text

3.2 Keeping your self esteem high: extract from Mind (2015) Physical Activity, Sport and Mental Health [Online].

Tables

Table 1: extracted from EmpowerME2 (2010) [Online].

Images

Figure 1: adapted from Dye, V. (2011) ‘Reflection, reflection, reflection. I’m thinking all the time, why do I need a theory or model of reflection?’, in McGregor, D. and Cartwright, L. (eds), Developing Reflective Practice: A Guide for Beginning Teachers, Maidenhead, Open University Press, pp. 217–34

Videos

Activity 2: Personal best: persistence © The Open University

Activity 3: Personal best: setbacks © The Open University

Text

Activity 8: extract from Wright, T. and Frigerio, G. (2015) The Career Adaptability Pilots Project, York, HEA [Online].

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Figure 2: courtesy LWL limited.

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