Successful Careers Through Effective Evaluation Of Individual Career Motives

Kumar, J P and Ambigai , R (2012) Successful Careers Through Effective Evaluation Of Individual Career Motives. Namex International Journal of Management Research, 2 (2). pp. 233-241.

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As the global market develops, the needs and wants of the human also keep developing. The increasing wants has started to create an urge for better standard of living, and this can be attained through selecting a perfect career. There may be chances of question about does an individual career is related with his standard of life. It’s very simple, well defined career path will help the individuals to select their dream career and develop the goals through their basic motives, this will result in identifying the right job, this will definitely take the best corporate who offers an excellent pay check. Human without a goal about their career will face more difficulties in their career cycle than the people with established career goals. This paper is developed based on a model developed by Michael Driver, Ph.D., Professor of Organizational Behavior and Director of the Management Assessment Program at the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California at Los Angeles. He created a principle that everyone has a conceptualized their career success which was programmed into his psyche from as early as childhood or at the beginning of their professional career. Each person's career concept is derived through different factors namely parents, family, national culture, corporate culture, a mentor or even their birth order. The authors of the paper have tried to relate the Psyche programmed motives developed and driven by the individual’s for a successful career.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Career, Career Management, Individual motives, & Career model.
Subjects: Departments at MU > Commerce
Depositing User: MIM User
Date Deposited: 30 May 2014 10:52
Last Modified: 26 Nov 2014 05:32

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