Developing career resilience
Developing career resilience

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Developing career resilience

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Thinking about your physical and financial resources, your self-esteem and well-being has helped you to consider your personal resources for career resilience model. The ‘I am’ part of the model relates to your sense of identity. Strengthening your self-esteem helps in other aspects, such as work and family relationships.

You have learned to:

  • explain the importance of maintaining physical health
  • understand how financial insecurity can affect your resilience
  • recognise ways to boost your self-esteem
  • see how emotional resilience applies in the workplace.

You have also continued to think about your personal resilience resources in relation to your career plans. Next week you will look at the important aspect of looking to the future as a source of career resilience, setting goals and taking action to achieve them.

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