The participants got insight into what career they should pursue and what motivates them, by determining their individual career profile using the acknowledged management tool Career View.
Torsten Laursen from Qant facilitated the workshop and gave the participants useful feedback on their individual career profiles.
The Career View Model is developed by Decision Dynmaics and contributes to an understanding of your own motivational factors, in order for you to develop your career in the direction that matches your personal motivation. The Career View Model is based on more than 40 years of research and focuses on four main career concepts, whose importance varies from person to person.
Time for reflection
During the evening three different mini workshops were held, where the participants got the opportunity to reflect on their test results with other participants with similar career profiles.
In the first workshop, it was time for silent reflection, where the participants had the chance to reflect on their success stories and the similarities between these and afterwards share them with each other.
In the second workshop, the participants discussed which competences match their career profile and how these could be used to achieve job satisfaction.
In the last workshop, the participants were given tools to develop an action plan for their future career and personal life.
At the workshop, the participants were guided on which career type and which kind of work tasks they should pursue. The participants were very happy with the workshop and everybody went home with great tools for their further careers.