Using the Who You Are Matters! VIRTUAL Program to Design Futures presented by Rich Feller
Virtual presentation Friday 5/7/2021 from 1pm-2:30pm
Please register, it is free to attend.
Clients want to design futures, not fall into them. “Future-ready” learners is the new accountability. CCDA 2019 introduced the Who You Are Matters board game to 30 tables of 5 as gamification and narrative assessment went to scale, Covid stopped that!
The virtual edition goes further. Using small breakout rooms to create deeper listening, Who You Are Matters-virtual is called “magical” by Danielle Kershaw, Simon Fraser University.
“The need is undeniable, the market needs this, and we need this,” says Drew McDowell, a Vermont coach.
“We’re still talking about how fun it was and how much we learned about each other. We’re working on plans to expand the program throughout our campus of 27,000 students” says VP Marianna Savoca, Stony Brook University.
Personally, clarify what you want more of, identify “what’s next” possibilities, experience giving and receiving feedback, and support others to be their best...that’s our PROMISE!
As Career Development Leaders, with career development needs up and resources flat at best,
● Help faculty integrate virtual career outcomes in classes
● Embed the program into curriculum
● Increase student engagement behaviors
● Create Clarification Statements, use the dashboard to organize session data, use Full Platform for self-directed storytelling, Intentional Exploration Workshop and more
Facilitator: Rich Feller, Ph.D is Emeritus Professor of Counseling and Career Development and one of twelve University Distinguished Teaching Scholars at Colorado State University. Former National Career Development Association President, Rich has consulted on 6 continents, all 50 U.S. states, and three provinces. His clients include NASA, AARP, Semester at Sea, NSF, NFL, UN, Chief Scientist for YouScience, and co-author of the CDMInternet. He sees OneLifeTools scaling career wellbeing to broader audiences so that career workers can do their best work. Learn more at RichFeller.com .