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Dec 04 2023
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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Comment accompagner efficacement les transitions professionnelles à la suite d’une perte de sens au travail?

Ceci est un webinaire gratuit! 

La perte de sens au travail apparaît de plus en plus fréquemment comme source de motivation à un changement de carrière et notamment lorsqu’elle fait suite à un événement marquant. Un exemple frappant de cela est la pandémie de COVID-19, qui a donné naissance à un phénomène de « démission silencieuse ». Cela a incité des organisations telles que le CERIC et l’UQAM à se pencher sur cette question en entreprenant une recherche visant à comprendre comment un bouleversement majeur affecte le sens que les individus trouvent dans leur travail et leurs décisions de changer de carrière. 

En effet, face aux événements attendus pour le XXIème siècle (phénomènes et migrations climatiques, pandémies…), il parait indispensable de comprendre les facteurs qui sous-tendent la perte de sens au travail, d’analyser son processus et enfin, de déterminer comment apporter un accompagnement adéquat. 

Pourquoi les professionnels de carrière devraient participer

Les personnes professionnelles du counseling d’emploi et du counseling d’orientation pourront approfondir leur compréhension de la notion de sens au travail, appuyée sur des recherches et avancées récentes dans ce domaine en constante évolution. Cela leur permettra d’acquérir des connaissances appuyées sur des données probantes pour enrichir leur pratique.

De plus, en considérant les divers facteurs qui influent le sens au travail et en connaissant les processus de perte de sens, les personnes professionnelles seront mieux outillées pour accompagner leur clientèle éprouvant un malaise professionnel lié à ce manque de sens au travail.

En identifiant les différentes dimensions du sens au travail, elles pourront aider les personnes clientes à envisager et construire un nouveau projet professionnel aligné avec leurs valeurs et aspirations, favorisant ainsi un bien-être et une satisfaction professionnelle durables. En somme, cette formation fournira des outils essentiels pour guider efficacement les personnes clientes vers des choix porteurs de sens. 

Principaux objectifs d’apprentissage du webinaire

  • Connaitre les dimensions et composantes du sens au et du travail
  • Connaître le processus de perte de sens au travail menant à une transition professionnelle
  • Accompagner la définition d’un projet professionnel porteur de sens

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Date : Lundi, 4 décembre 2023

Heure : 12:00 – 13:00 EST

Coût: Gratuit!

Présentateur-rices:

  • Élodie Chevallier, doctorante en Éducation (UQAM)
  • Réginald Savard, professeur (UQAM), c.o. psychothérapeute
  • Alexandre Brien, professeur en counseling de carrière (UQAM)
  • Pawel ZaniewskiM.sc.c.o. et doctorant en Éducation (UQAM)

Lien pour s’inscrire : https://ceric.ca/fr/2023/10/accompagner-efficacement-les-transitions-professionnelles-apres-une-perte-de-sens-au-travail-ceric/

  • Language: French

Organizer

CERIC (Advancing Career Development in Canada)
Email
learning@ceric.ca

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  • Date: Dec 04 2023
  • Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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