Blending Retrospect and Prospect in Order to Convert Challenges into Opportunities in Career Counselling
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Fundamental changes in the workplace across all countries call for a contemporary response from career counselling theorists and practitioners as well as researchers and clients. A positive career counselling approach is needed to enable career counsellors to equip clients with the necessary skills to respond to these changes.
KeywordsCareer Development Psychological Contract Life Story Career Counselling Fourth Wave
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