Originally presented 2021-01-21 with Mark Franklin (One Life Tools)
On January 12, 2021, SKCDA hosted a Conversations Matter event hosted by Mark Franklin of One Life Tools.
Here is the description from the One Life Tools website: Within breakout rooms, participants tell stories, demonstrate empathy and appreciation, and practice communication skills, clarify skills, desires, and generate future possibilities. Begin with this engaging synchronous group event preceded by a 5-minute individual Event Prep on our digital platform, Online Storyteller.
Learn more about this product here: https://onelifetools.com/pages/conversations-matter
Research related to this narrative-based approach to Career Development can be found here: sonelifetools.com/pages/evidence-articles
Cannexus 2020 presentation featuring Mark Franklin, Kris Magnusson et al - https://cannexus.ceric.ca/download/23/cannexus20/1855/mark-franklin-jessica-isenor-kerry-till-michael-stebleton-kris-magnusson-narrative-career-management-reflection-todays-on-campus-tools.pdf
CERIC Canadian Journal of Career Development Paper: Narrative Method of Practice Increases Curiosity and Exploration, Psychological Capital, and Personal Growth Leading to Career Clarity: A Retrospective Outcome Study (2015-09-01) https://cjcd-rcdc.ceric.ca/index.php/cjcd/article/view/165
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