Before beginning this assignment, look back at your previous Weeks 1 and 2 Journal submissions. Consider what you did and did not know about OD during your Week 1 Journal assignment. Then, review Week 2 and consider the new knowledge gained during that week.
As you prepare the final journal entry, ponder the following thoughts:
Is the OD field something you would consider as a career path?
If yes, why?
What intrigues you about the OD field?
What strengths do you bring to the table?
If no, why?
What sways you away from the OD field?
What integral skills in the OD field are transferrable to your own career path?
The journal entry must be a minimum of two full pages of content, and you must connect at least one OD concecixpt or action to your reasoning.
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