Professional identity shapes how you approach your career and continues to develop over your lifetime.
For successful career outcomes, you need to be:
- Aware of your own personal and professional identity
- Flexible so you can adapt and transfer skills and knowledge to unfamiliar settings.
Workplace experiences contribute to your self-efficacy, self-concept, self-confidence, self-esteem and self-identity. Social interactions in the workplace influence your perceptions of self and may stimulate ‘personal transformations’ that shape and reshape your professional identity.
Succeeding in your WIL Activity: Professional Identity
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