The October 2015 issue of the National Career Development Association (NCDA) magazine Career Convergence features an article that cites a Kuder study in its discussion about the value of career coaching.
The Value of Career Coaching: Supporting Clients Beyond Choosing a Career discusses the importance of measuring the results of career programs – and having quantitative and qualitative data to back it up.
“The fact is, most people need career guidance at some point in their lives,” said Grote. “But far too often, they are not aware that career services are available, nor are they typically aware of the benefits of career services, until they experience them firsthand.”
Grote referenced the following Kuder research studies in her article:
- Career Coaching Influences on College & Career Readiness & Confidence: A Focus on JAG Secondary Students
- Career Coaching Effects on Hope, Confidence, and Maturity
Click here to read the full article.
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