A Career Expert's Other Life: How Understanding of Type Relates To Both Work and Play
Steven Beasley, known for his role as Managing Editor of the Career Planning and Adult Development Journal, has an amazing hobby that he is passionate about and that he will reveal during his tele-interview. He will explain how his understanding of his MBTI type relates to both his work and his hobby.
In 1991, Steven E. Beasley was Vice President—Client Services, Bernard Haldane Associates of Northern California. He received the first Bernard Haldane Achievement Award for Excellence in Career Counseling at the Atlanta National Convention, June 1991.The citation came with a brass/wood plaque, letter of commendation, and cash award.
Suggestions for People Who Want To Dance
Depending on your interests, age, and other factors such as how much you are willing to devote to this hobby in time, energy, and money, there are many options.
- First, ask your doctor what would be correct for you.
- Go to a dance studio to assess their offerings.
- Visit a senior center for low cost and easy dance classes.
- Check with your friends to find out where they dance.
- Google “where to dance,” naming your community or area.
- Volunteering to dance for Parkinson's, by Steven E. Beasley, Career Planning & Adult Development Journal, Volume 26, Number 3, Fall 2010
- Teaching dance to individuals afflicted with Parkinson's disease, Posted on Tuesday, Jul. 01, 2008, by Kristina Peterson, http://news.scotsman.com/health/Park...ean.4237502.jp
- Santa Clara Senior Center 2012 Thursday Dance Classes
- Steven Beasley Ballroom Dance Experiences
- Steven Beasley Learning Activity
This is Dr. Sally Gelardin with Careerwell Tele-Interviews. In 1991, Steven E. Beasley was Vice President—Client Services, Bernard Haldane Associates of Northern California. He received the first Bernard Haldane Achievement Award for Excellence in Career Counseling at the Atlanta National Convention, June 1991. Steve has done all sorts of things over the course of his career. We know him as a career coach, but he also has been a public affairs officer, a researcher, a classical pianist, a businessman, a U.S. government employee, and the CPAD Journals and newsletter Managing Editor for over a dozen years. Early in his career, he served in the Navy during the Korean War. Today we are going to hear about a hobby that spans all these years - Steve's love of dancing. Welcome Steve!
- Most career professionals know you over the years for your amazing Career Planning and Adult Development quarterly journals, for which you are Managing Editor. What do you do in this role and how long have you had this role?
- What motivated skills do you use in this role?
- An ENTJ is...someone who is crazy to learn everything. How do you interpret the way you have conducted your life and career in relation to how you have understood your Myers Briggs Type to be?
- An ENTJ is....
- I understand you also have a hobby. Could you talk about your hobby and what motivated skills and interest you use in this hobby?
- How did you get into this hobby?
- I hear you are approaching 80. What kind of work have you done in your life? (mentor)
- How has the way you work and live changed over the years?
- What aspirations do you have for the future?