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career development
intentional career planning and should be viewed as a critical and deliberate life process involving both the individual and the employer
career planning
assessment of self as well as one's work environment, job analysis, education, training, job search and acquisition and work experience.
mastery
begins with the new member having advanced beginner skills; possessing some job esteem; and moving toward seniority, expertise and high esteem
disengagement
commences if the congruency and relationship between self-identity and job-identity begin to decline
re-entry
after no longer working in the profession, but still possess the skill and ability to do so are reconsidering going back to work
long-term career coaching
a planned management action that occurs over the duration of employment.
professional specialty certification
the formal recognition of the specialized knowledge, skills, and experience demonstrated by the achievement of standards identified by a nursing specialty to promote optimal health outcomes
transfer
reassignment to another job within the organization
lateral transfer
describes one staff person moving to another unit, to a position with a similar scope of responsibilities, within the same organization
downward transfer
occurs when someone takes a position within the organization that is below his or her previous level
look at pgs 241, 243, 244, 251
look at pgs 241, 243, 244, 251
accommodating transfers
generally allow someone to receive a similar salary but with reduction in energy expenditure.
inappropriate transfer
one deterrent to successful career development
management development
planned system of training and developing people so that they acquire the skills, insights and attitudes needed to manage people and their work effectively within the organization
professional portfolios
a collection of materials that document a nurse's competencies and illustrate the expertise of the nurse
peter principle
suggest that individuals often rise "to the level of their incompetence"
career paths
an important part of organizational career management
career coaching
involves helping others to identify professional goals and career options and designing a career plan to achieve those goals.
professional specialty certification
one way that an employee can demonstrate advanced achievement of competencies.