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This week’s Graduate Stories episode features CTEDU graduate Christina Dizon. In this episode, Christina touches on how her training has impacted both her coaching business and her overall health, as well as her belief in the role self-care and wellness play when pursuing one’s goals. Christina Dizon is a Stress Management & Performance Consultant … Read more Christina Dizon | Graduate Stories
[019 Research Review | SCCT Series: 1] Career decisions can be impacted by self-esteem, future time perspective, positive affect and social support. In recent study by Park, Kim, Kwon & Lee (2018) exploring career decision-making of 128 university students revealed the role positive affect (positive emotions & expressions) and self-esteem have on improving an individual’s career decision belief in self (self-efficacy) and reducing career choice anxiety. A lack of self-esteem or heightened career choice anxiety can prevent someone in their pursuit of a desired career. This study sheds light on the value of daily self-reflection on improving one’s sense of self and future aspirations.
Here at Coach Training EDU, we’re all about community, connection, and sharing our individual perspective and stories to change the world. We are so excited to introduce our new digital series, Graduate Stories to our community and team. In this series, we sit down with CTEDU graduates to discuss their coaching journey, and what their … Read more Roshaunda Cade | Graduate Stories
[018 Research Review | STRENGTH Series: 1] In the late 1990s, psychological research practitioners made a formal rallying cry to the American Psychological Association to push positive psychology research into the frontier of human strengths. Psychological research, as it developed over the 19th and early 20th centuries, focused on psychotic behaviors – their causes and how to fix them. As the authors of this paper point out, a focus on how to repair damaged psyches is critically important to society but it does not help us understand how psychologically healthy people can reach their highest potential.
[017 Research Review | LEARNING STYLES Series: 1] In recent decades, the idea of learning styles has spread broadly in the educational field. Its supporters make the argument that human beings learn in distinctly different ways from one another and people will therefore learn most effectively via instruction methods tailored to the way they learn best. It’s an incredibly useful idea, but its critics bring up a variety of valid points.