Cultivating Successful
Transitions for Our Peers
OWHE Conference 2016 - Bend, Oregon
Sharece Bunn, Linn-Benton Community C...
Roadmap
● Schlossberg’s Transition Theory
● Transition Sharing
○ Moving In
○ Moving Through
○ Moving Out
● Support Strateg...
Learning Objectives
● Identify personal professional needs when transitioning in one’s career.
● Examine various transitio...
Transition Model
By Nancy K. Schlossberg
Understanding 3 Types of Transitions
● Anticipated
● Unanticipated
● Non-events
C...
Moving In
This type of transition is full of new things!
● First Job
● New Field
● New Institution
● New Role (project or ...
Moving
Through This is the part of the transition process
when you are settling into your job and
making meaning of your w...
Moving Out
Various questions and concerns may arise
as you move out.
● How do you tie up loose ends?
● What do you need to...
Support Strategies
● Intake and Outtake Checklists - To Do Lists
● Printed Schedules
● Designated Guide(s)
● Transitions W...
Takeaways
What are some ideas or thoughts
you are taking away from this
presentation?
Transitions are inevitable.
Together, we can support our peers to
create effective supports that empower
individuals as th...
Questions?
References and Resources
References:
Chickering, A.W. & Schlossberg, N. K. (1995) How to get the most out of college. Bost...
Thank you!
Contact us:
Sharece Bunn
Linn-Benton Community College
Sharece.Bunn@linnbenton.edu
541-917-4813
Caitlin McVay
O...
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  1. 1. Cultivating Successful Transitions for Our Peers OWHE Conference 2016 - Bend, Oregon Sharece Bunn, Linn-Benton Community College Caitlin McVay, Oregon State University
  2. 2. Roadmap ● Schlossberg’s Transition Theory ● Transition Sharing ○ Moving In ○ Moving Through ○ Moving Out ● Support Strategies ● Questions and Final Discussion
  3. 3. Learning Objectives ● Identify personal professional needs when transitioning in one’s career. ● Examine various transitional experiences women face at our institutions. ● Construct a toolbox of ideas to increase the success of professional transitions.
  4. 4. Transition Model By Nancy K. Schlossberg Understanding 3 Types of Transitions ● Anticipated ● Unanticipated ● Non-events Coping with Transitions: The Four S’s ● Situation ● Self ● Support ● Strategies Applying the model to work life transitions
  5. 5. Moving In This type of transition is full of new things! ● First Job ● New Field ● New Institution ● New Role (project or duties) ● Promotion ● Demotion
  6. 6. Moving Through This is the part of the transition process when you are settling into your job and making meaning of your work. The process may include: ● Distinguishing between old and new processes ● Learning expectations and behavioral norms ● Managing sense of grief or loss during non-events
  7. 7. Moving Out Various questions and concerns may arise as you move out. ● How do you tie up loose ends? ● What do you need to return and/or submit to complete the final logistics of leaving? ● How do you leave projects or assignments at past jobs?
  8. 8. Support Strategies ● Intake and Outtake Checklists - To Do Lists ● Printed Schedules ● Designated Guide(s) ● Transitions Workshops ● Mentorship Opportunities ● Professional Development Opportunities ● Goal Setting (with follow up) Incorporated into 3 or 6 month Evaluations ● Ritual and Recognition Events
  9. 9. Takeaways What are some ideas or thoughts you are taking away from this presentation?
  10. 10. Transitions are inevitable. Together, we can support our peers to create effective supports that empower individuals as they transition to and from our institutions.
  11. 11. Questions?
  12. 12. References and Resources References: Chickering, A.W. & Schlossberg, N. K. (1995) How to get the most out of college. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon. Leibowitz, Z. B. & Schlossberg, N. K. (1982). Critical career transitions: A model for designing career services. Training and Development Journal, 12-19. Schlossberg, N. K. (2011). The challenge of change: The transition model and its applications. Journal of Employment Counseling, 48, 159-162. Resources: Boston University. (n.d.). Exiting employee checklist. Retrieved from http://www.bu.edu/hr/documents/exiting_checklist.pdf Creighton, C. S. (2013). ASC GTAs: First week. Interac Co., Ltd. (2013). Exit package. New York University. (n.d.). Pre arrival checklist. Retrieved from https://www.nyu.edu/content/dam/nyu/hr/documents/managerguides/PreArrivalChecklist.pdf Northwestern University. (2014). New employee onboarding checklist. Retrieved from http://www.northwestern.edu/hr/managers-administrators/onboarding-procedures/NewEmployeeOnboardingChecklist.pdf University of Missouri-Kansas City. (2016). Employee exit checklist. Retrieved from https://www.umkc.edu/hr/forms-checklists/
  13. 13. Thank you! Contact us: Sharece Bunn Linn-Benton Community College Sharece.Bunn@linnbenton.edu 541-917-4813 Caitlin McVay Oregon State University Caitlin.McVay@oregonstate.edu 541-737-6377

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