Looking Inward

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Looking Inward is about discovering yourself: your passion, interests, talents, preferences, values and more. Taking stock of where you’ve been, what you’ve done and who you are, provides you with clarity and allows for intentional movement toward career objectives. Knowing specifically what you want from your position and what you have to offer the university is critically important as you embark on a thoughtful career planning process.

Looking Inward is the foundation of career development. The tools and resources in this section promote ongoing conversation between the manager and the employee which spark thinking, encourage connections and promote discovery.

Assessment and reflection tools provide the opportunity to review your accomplishments, as well as your skills, abilities, knowledge and interests.