Self-knowledge can be one of the hardest things to gain in a modern culture that often eschews self-reflection over self-promotion, and contentment over "success". Participants in this workshop will be discovering and articulating aspects of oneself that are vital to career and life-planning. Small-group discussions will help in the refinement of self-assessment and provide a context for "sounding out" self-discoveries and constructive feedback.
Participants will be presented with a framework of questions to work through and instructed how to use that framework to derive answers that would hopefully provide better clarity about one's skillset and values they can use to align priorities/goals for greater fulfillment in career and life. Everyone is different and we will acknowledge those differences; participants will exercise this fact while tackling and embracing what makes them unique.
May 3, 5, 7 - 9 am - 12:00 pm
May 14 - 9 am - 12:00 pm
May 21 - 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The course takes place online, however, should anyone want to meet up in person outside of the course, Erik would be happy to do so in a COVID-safe manner.
Prof. Erik Hom
... is a professor in the US who has worked with many trainees at different stages (high school, college, graduate school, postdocs/staff), addressing many common core issues concerning vocation that forms the basis of this workshop. He is currently an sDiv sabbatical.