4 edition of Knowledge nomads and the nervously employed found in the catalog.
Knowledge nomads and the nervously employed
Includes bibliographical references (p. 137-152).
|Other titles||Workplace change & courageous career choices|
|Statement||Rich Feller and Judy Wichard.|
|LC Classifications||HF5382.5.U5 F464 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||2005281823|
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Not just ordinary conferences At Knowledge Nomads, we think professional education conferences should be worth showing up for. That's why we hold them in interesting places, with programming that will make you think outside the box, delivered by speakers who've been involved in cases you'll want to hear about.
And we get you networking with people you wouldn't ordinarily meet, while you have. As you can see, there are no books about self-knowledge or self-awareness on this list.
The best way to develop self-knowledge is to look inwardly. Welcome listeners and welcome Dr. Rich Feller, today's guest speaker. Rich Feller is Professor of Counseling and Career Development at Colorado State University and co-author with Judy Whichard of "Knowdge Nomads and the Nervously Employed." Rich is one of the most creative people I know.
He is truly a Knowledge Nomad. Rich Feller, professor of career development and author of the book Knowledge Nomads and the Nervously Employed, says that 70% of our skills come from challenges, 20% from watching others, and 10% from classes and reading.
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Innovative technologies, a mobile workforce, and corporate restructuring represent just some of the factors that have combined to make jobs unstable and unpredictable in the 21st century.
The rapid pace with which these changes have taken place has left workers unprepared and uncertain (Feller & Whichard, ). Rather than plan for a stable career trajectory with one employer, workers today Cited by: 3. Knowledge nomads and the nervously employed workplace change & courageous career choices, Rich Feller, Judy Wichard, Jan 1,Business & Economics, pagesHand me-down genes and second-hand emotions you can overcome the genetic and family factors that can lead to.Today, structural issues and technology have created a world wage structure and a growing divide between “knowledge nomads”(Feller and Whichard, ) and what Carl Van Horn calls the “working scared”.
Demographic changes with an aging workforce create demand for certain skills as other skills disappear at a faster rate.His publications include three books: Career Transitions in Turbulent Times (with Garry Walz), Knowledge Nomads and the Nervously Employed (with Judy Whichard), and A Counselors Guide to Career Assessment Instruments (with Ed Whitfield and Chris Wood) ; three film series, A Better Way, Tour of Your Tomorrow and Making the Most of Your Abilities.