• An outcomes-based approach is in fact a very effective way to guide your career planning and personal growth. As an example of planning for your career, you can adopt the same principle by asking the following questions:
Outcombes-based Questions
What do I want to do after graduation? (OUTCOMES) I would like to be a teacher teaching economics in a high school.
How can I succeed? (ACTION PLAN)
  • Search information on the qualification of a teacher qualified to teach economics in a high school.
  • Seek opportunities to acquire the qualification in time.
  • Seek internship to try out teaching in a school.
  • Watch out for teaching opportunities from different sources.
How do I know I am successful? (SELF-ASSESSMENT) When opportunities arise, I have several interviews from different education institutes resulting in having more than one offer which allows me to select my favourite school.