develop a career paper that reflects your “past-present-future

Please utilize the course material covered in Chapters 1–7 of our text to develop a career paper that reflects your “past-present-future,” with respect to career goals based on organization behavior principles. In essence, this is a self-reflection paper based on applied course theory that will explain your various decisions in life. Most people find this research paper to be a challenge when discussing their own motives, personality, and goal setting because we are usually too busy worrying about other people and tend to ignore ourselves.

This research paper is designed to challenge your thinking with respect to the career you hope to achieve and the underlying organization behavior (OB) principles that are driving your behavior. The context for this self-reflection paper should provide readers with an overview of your past and the defining events that shaped your current decision to attend Rivier University. You will then focus on current reality and describe what career issues you are currently facing and the reason you feel a master’s degree will better position you in this current job market. Lastly, you will focus on the future and project where you hope your career will take you and how you will define success in your future role(s). You should utilize your course readings as one source of “research” for this paper. There are also interesting self-assessments you can take at the end of some chapters that will give you additional insights about your personality. I also look for solid APA formatting, and your final grade will be determined based on the depth and breadth of OB principles applied to your self-diagnosis. In essence, can you explain your decisions in life based on supporting academic theory?

The minimum length of this research paper is at least four pages of solid contentThere is no maximum length requirement.

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