Citations with the tag: CAREER development
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- Experience with nurturing clinical investigation in Alberta.
Magnan, Jacques W.; Spence, Matt W. // Clinical & Investigative Medicine; Aug97, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p273
Outlines several programs for the support of clinical investigation in Alberta. Prerequisites of the programs; Essential elements of the Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research (AHFMR) Clinical Investigator Program; Number of investigators supported by AHFMR by year; Success of the...
- Career development: Summary.
Magnan, Jacques W.; Spence, Matt W. // Clinical & Investigative Medicine; Aug97, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p277
Presents several recommendations for career development of clinician scientist in Canada. Strategy for monitoring the initial appointment and reappointment of clinical scientists; Recruitment and salary equity; Time protection; Gender issues.
- Employee development.
Magnan, Jacques W.; Spence, Matt W. // People Management; 02/09/95, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p8
Provides information on different career developments of employees in United Kingdom. Electrical training of Britvic technicians; Agreement of trade unions in Land-Rover; Proposal on overhauling of professional status awards; Selection of teams for youth skills olympics; Cargill's launching of...
- Employee development.
Magnan, Jacques W.; Spence, Matt W. // People Management; 10/05/95, Vol. 1 Issue 20, p11
Presents news which focuses on employee development in the United Kingdom. Launching of the national vocational qualifications (NVQ) for the people working at ports; Survey on the training levels in engineering companies; Investment of the Rank Xerox UK for its open-learning facilities.
- Why CPD is a duty to yourself and others.
Haistead, Nichola // People Management; 02/08/96, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p59
Presents the answers to common questions about continuing professional development (CPD) presented in an conference of Institute of Personnel and Development. Factors which constitutes evidence of CPD; How to meet CPD obligations; How to keep up CPD if unemployed.
- Pay as you learn.
Robinson, Bronwen // People Management; 11/07/96, Vol. 2 Issue 22, p22
Explains how learning accounts, where individuals save to learn and employers can also invest in employee development, work. How to address the national skill level; Key issues created that are difficult to resolve and are exacerbated. INSET: Smart thinking..
- Council offers classes.
Robinson, Bronwen // People Management; 09/25/97, Vol. 3 Issue 19, p15
Reports on City of York, England council's Out of Hours, a career development program for manual and clerical employees.
- LOBBYING WORLD.
Robinson, Bronwen // Hill; 5/6/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 51, p14
The article announces career developments in the U.S., including Lindsey Toohey, Kirsten T. Johnson-Obey, and John J. Sullivan.
- The keys to advancement.
Van Heule, Jim // Paint & Coatings Industry; Dec94, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p22
Offers advice regarding career advancement. Career goals; Importance of education; Career moves before the age of 40; Additional keys.
- Career development discussions as a team-building strategy.
Koonce, Richard // Bank Marketing; Sep97, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p13
Suggests the use of career development discussion with employees as a team-building strategy. Factors that improve during the process of discussing career development; Causes of company downsizing and restructuring.
- Building a life-friendly organization.
Moses, Barbara // Business Quarterly; Autumn97, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p44
Presents an excerpt from the book `Career Intelligence: Mastering the New Work and Personal Realities.' INSET: Creating a life-friendly culture..
- Join up.
Moses, Barbara // CA Magazine; May94, Vol. 127 Issue 4, p15
Reports on Accountemps' survey which revealed that participation in professional organization and reading business publications are the most effective way to enhance an executive's career. Comments of Max Messmer, chairman of Accountemps, temporary staffing service.
von Rotz, Kristyn // Orange County Business Journal; 11/3/2003, Vol. 26 Issue 44, p18
Reports on career developments in California as of November 3, 2003. Relocation of Michael Lucki to the Irvine office of Ernst & Young International Inc.; Selection of John McNichol as civil engineer project manager of Greenberg Farrow Architecture; Appointment of Rich Bartle as director of...
- How to prepare for jobs in the 21st century.
Arenofsky, Janice // Career World; Sep95, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p6
Gives advice to students on preparing for a career. Preparation for changes; Reevaluation of educational goals; Benefit of stress and anxiety on performance.
- Speak and write your way to a rewarding career.
Kramer, Pamela // Career World; Oct95, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p20
Focuses on the importance of communication skills in career advancement. Basis of impressions on what one say's and how things are said; Development of listening skills; Tips in letter writing. INSET: Hidden meanings..
- Developing alternatives & strategies.
Michno, Dorothy // Career World; Jan1997, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p28
Part IV. Provides tips on how to develop strategies and alternatives for career achievement. Determination of interests and needs; Taking note of all career possibilities; Review of all pros and cons; Prioritization of all remaining possibilities; Writing of top two alternatives as goals; Path...
- Turning youthful ideals into useful careers.
McLaughlin, Abraham // Christian Science Monitor; 8/21/95, Vol. 87 Issue 186, p12
Profiles four young people, Sheila Maith, Omay Elphick, Andy Sack and Vanessa Kirsch, who are preserving in their determination of doing something different by pursuing idealistic careers.
- The day that changed my life--for the better.
Griffin, Marie // Drug Store News; 1/20/97, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p5
Opinion. Comments that the author learned a valuable lesson about career development when `Entree' periodical ceased publication last October 10, 1989. Loss of first job as chief editor; Revelations about friends; Advantage to career.
- Taking charge of your career.
Murphy, Michael J. // Engineering & Mining Journal (00958948); Jul94, Vol. 195 Issue 7, p16BB
Provides information on career management for mining managers. Self-test; Role of communication in career management; Discussion of career opportunities; Reasons for promoting yourself to upper management; Promotion of skills and accomplishments; Need for specificity on goals and...
- Enhancing career development through career day programs.
Grant, Dale F.; Jackson, Mary H. // Education; Winter96, Vol. 117 Issue 2, p230
Examines the significance of career day programs on career development. Contribution of career day formats on the students' knowledge; Process involve in the career day programs; Implication of role models on career developments; Modifications in career day programs.
- Research evaluation of the Toronto Board of Education Community-Based Education for Work, Career...
Soudack, Avi // Guidance & Counseling; Spring96, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p31
Examines the impact and implementation of the Toronto Board of Education Community-Based Education for Work, Career, and Life (CWCL) Pilot Project, a model integrating school and community through the exposure of students to workplaces and workers in the surrounding community. Reduction of the...
- Understanding the job is the first step to quality.
Chambless, Vickers // hfm (Healthcare Financial Management); Sep95, Vol. 49 Issue 9, p90
Focuses on the importance of employee's understanding of the purpose of his work within the entire organizational framework for career development. Acquisition of skills; Efficiency and quality of work.
- Document round-up.
Chambless, Vickers // Education (14637073); 4/19/2002, Issue 53, pN.PAG
Reports on the publication of the report 'Learning and Training At Work 2001,' which is about workforce development.
- Scouting matches kids, careers.
Maurer, Mickey // Indianapolis Business Journal; 8/18/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 23, p12
Reports on the success of the Explorer Post program in Indianapolis, Indiana. Boy Scouts of America's sponsorship of the program for college students in the country; Steps to establish an Explorer Post program.
- PEOPLE IN ACTION.
Maurer, Mickey // Inside Tucson Business; 10/27/2003, Vol. 13 Issue 16, p10
Reports career development of the executives in Arizona as of October 2003. Recruitment of Monica Lopez as sales personnel of the National Wright Realty; Promotion of Britton Simmons as partner-in-charge of Regier Carr and Monroe.
- On the Move.
Maurer, Mickey // Las Vegas Business Press; 12/9/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 49, p17
Reports developments related to career advancement in Nevada as of December 2002. Job responsibility of Edward Macke, business development officer at Futrell Financial Management; Appointment of Richard Truesdell to the position of chairman at the Las Vegas Planning Commission; Selection of...
- '90s career management: Whose job is it anyway?
Allen, Rolly // Nation's Restaurant News; 4/17/95, Vol. 29 Issue 16, p34
Opinion. Comments on career management in the 1990s. Limited human resource planning; Job performance; Improvement of network.
- Advice on managing your successful career.
Allen, Roland J. // Nation's Restaurant News; 09/15/97, Vol. 31 Issue 37, p30
Opinion. Offers tips on career management. Includes importance of self-awareness and self-assessment; Sense of direction; Learning and development of skills.
- At least one college promises job or money.
Allen, Roland J. // Occupational Outlook Quarterly; Winter95/96, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p43
Focuses on the Fisher Commitment, an academic and career development program at Saint John College in Rochester, New York, that guarantees students a job within six months of graduation. Program description; Contact information.
- Easy access to Internet job, labor market info.
Allen, Roland J. // Occupational Outlook Quarterly; Fall96, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p29
Presents the National Occupational Information Coordinating Committee's (NOICC) home page on the World Wide Web. What NOICC provides to users; Features of the home page.
- Set goals for success.
Spring, Marietta; Jackson, J. Howard // Secretary; Aug/Sep96, Vol. 56 Issue 7, p17
Enumerates tips aimed at achieving career goals. Includes setting of intermediate and long-term goals; Identification of essential skills and knowledge required to attain goals; Recognition of limitations.
- The top 10 career trends.
Bassi, Laurie J.; Benson, George // Secretary; May97, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p20
Presents career trends that affects an employee's work. Forces that have changed and will continue to change the nature and content of work; Competencies for the future. INSET: Competencies for the future..
- Managing in the 90s.
Buhler, Patricia // Supervision; Nov97, Vol. 58 Issue 11, p23
Offers advice on career management. Use of training programs; Importance of team skills and flexibility; Strategic management concerns; Sense of ethics and responsibility issues.
- How to get your boss to notice you.
Ramsey, Robert D. // Supervision; Mar98, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p8
Presents tips on how to get a boss notice an employee and his good work. Getting tasks done earlier than expected and before most others do; Volunteering to take on special projects; Doing things differently; Showing some emotion for the job.
- Top 10 career catalysts for 1998.
Ramsey, Robert D. // Supervision; Sep98, Vol. 59 Issue 9, p26
Outlines the ten steps that workers can take to enhance their career growth in 1998.
- Getting past career maintenance.
Ramsey, Robert D. // Supervisory Management; Aug93, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p4
Gives advice on how to get out of the maintenance phase of a career. Three career phases; Determining the maintenance phase.
- How money can stifle your career.
Ramsey, Robert D. // Supervisory Management; Dec94, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p16
Discusses how concentrating on earning more money can be a deterrent to career growth. Distraction from applying efforts to other professional rewards; Effect on image with higher-ups.
- Moving up by moving across.
Ramsey, Robert D. // Supervisory Management; May95, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p4
Suggests lateral enrichment or executive cross-training for upward career mobility. Other benefits.
- Developing career behaviors.
Shadrin, Richard L. // Tech Directions; Feb97, Vol. 56 Issue 7, p19
No abstract available.
- Advice for the career advisor.
Sorohan, Erica Gordon // Training & Development; Jul94, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p10
Focuses on career development as a career in the United States. Increase in popularity of career development among students pursuing a master's degree in human resource development at Western Carolina University; Career advising as a second career; Advice for would-be career advisors.
- Up is not the only way.
Kaye, Beverly; Farren, Caela // Training & Development; Feb96, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p48
Presents a map for career mobility in the future. Reasons for the decline of vertical advancement; Career-mobility options; Need for exploring options; Career movement trends; Situations where a career move is recommended' Vertical advancement considerations.
- How are you preparing for 2006?
Kaye, Beverly; Farren, Caela // Training & Development; Nov96, Vol. 50 Issue 11, p22
Presents trends in career development in the United States according to a survey conducted by the periodical `Training & Development,' for April 1996. Percentage of employees with a 10-year career plan; Methods for upgrading job skills.
- How to find the right organizational fit.
Koonce, Richard // Training & Development; Apr97, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p15
Focuses on finding the right organizational fit. Recognition for the power of training to align employees with new corporate strategies; Ways of looking for the right organization that could give an opportunity for professional growth.
- Feeling pigeonholed?
Koonce, Richard // Training & Development; Jun97, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p15
Describes four types of positions where employers put employees in. Playpen; Jail cell; Shoe box; Litter box; Sandbox; Guidelines on career development.
- Plan on a career that bobs and weaves.
Koonce, Richard // Training & Development; Apr98, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p14
Offers tips on career planning. Constant search for new employment opportunities; Factors that drive the redesign of business processes and jobs; Polishing skills in such areas as performance measurement and learning systems; Learning a second language.
- 17 states receive one-stop career center grants.
Koonce, Richard // Techniques: Making Education & Career Connections; Jan97, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p6
Reports on the grants for one-stop career centers in the United States.
- Career plans vital in the job market.
Koonce, Richard // Westchester County Business Journal; 7/24/95, Vol. 34 Issue 30, p15
Discusses the importance of career plans for employees in the United States. Features of traditional career patterns; Changes in career plans; Comment by Andrew Sherwood, chairman of Goodrich & Sherwood Associates Inc.
- Getting it done.
Landolt, Sara Cox; Hochgraf, Lisa // Credit Union Management; Mar1998, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p6
Outlines steps to enhance career growth. Includes establishment of goals; Learning of new technologies; Becoming a mentor in one's department; Networking through trade associations.
- Don't stand still.
Titus, Jon // Test & Measurement World; Dec97, Vol. 17 Issue 13, p5
Provides guidelines on career development. Description of the people who proper in their careers; Significance of realistically assessing talents and skills; Need to look for challenges.
- The Crescendo Effect in Career Motivation: An Eight Phase Model.
King, Albert S.; Ehrhard, Barbara // International Journal of Management; Sep98, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p302
Presents an eight phase model of the crescendo effect in career motivation. Career development revitalization; Career development technique; Crescendo as an orchestrated organon of incrementalism.