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New Mini Blog Series by Sonja Ardoin: CREATING A STUDENT AFFAIRS CAREER STRATEGY

Beginning Tuesday, July 22nd at 10am, Sonja Ardoin, author of The Strategic Guide to Shaping Your Student Affairs Career, will discuss how to and the importance of creating a student affairs career strategy.

Be sure to check in and let us know what you think! See below for the series intro:


Intentionality.  Strategy.  Plan.  Those are three words that are thrown around a lot in the field of higher education.  We create mission and vision statements.  We establish values.  We discuss goals and objectives and how we plan to determine if, when, and how we have met them.  We craft branding and marketing campaigns to inform others of our offerings.  On a yearly basis, or more, we are asked to reflect on and strategize for our jobs.  But how often do we do that for ourselves?  How often do we give ample time and attention to establishing a career strategy?  Not often enough, I would argue, and not with the same intentionality that we strategize for our offices.  It is time to change that.  It is time to give our own career strategy the same scrutiny and care that we give to our job.

 


Please contact Shaqunia Clark at shaqunia@styluspub.com for more information. To purchase a copy use the link below:

Click on the source code STYSG4 to receive a 20% discount

The Strategic Guide to Shaping Your Student Affairs Career by Sonja Ardoin, March 2014, 192 pp, 6″ x 9″, Paper, 9781579229580, $24.95, E-Book, 9781579229603, $19.99

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2 Comments

  1. Yes you are right it is time to change our career strategy. Thanks for sharing nice information about career strategy.

  2. Yep, 100 % agreee. You have struck the nail on the head.

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