Control Your Destiny: Effective Career Management
Eileen McCulloch, Associate Director, MBA & Graduate Career Management Center & Director of Supply Chain Management Corporate and Student Relations, W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University, 480/965-6424; Eileen.McCulloch@asu.edu
Jim Clayton, Sr. Associate Director, MBA & Graduate Career Management, W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University, 480/965-6424; Jim.Clayton@asu.edu
90th Annual International Conference Proceedings - 2005 - San Antonio, TX
For many, managing one’s own career seems far more overwhelming than managing a corporation’s sourcing and supplier performance that involves millions of dollars and impacts worldwide shareholder, customer, and stakeholder value and profitability. Yet, the skills, best practices, and process orientation you have already mastered are exactly what you need to ensure your own career satisfaction and growth. Today we will explore a four step change Personal Change Management model based upon a change model created by Angelo Kinicki. We’ll demonstrate that when this process is employed, it will reduce the ambiguity of managing your career, enabling you to be in control of your own destiny.