Sharing our latest thinking on narrative assessment, story-based approaches to career counseling, and unique applications of the OneLifeTools system has been a priority for co-founders, Mark Franklin and Rich Feller, supported by members of the OneLifeTools team and valued co-authors, editors and colleagues.
We are especially pleased to be able to share our outcome study results (Franklin, Yanar & Feller, 2015). Individuals who experienced the OneLifeTools program experienced statistically significant increases in six key measures: hope, efficacy, resilience, optimism – collectively, HERO, or ‘psychological capital’ (Luthans et al, 2007) – personal growth initiative (Robischeck, 1998), and curiosity and exploration (Kashdan et al, 2009). Correlations of these findings with clarity, satisfaction, and job-person fit suggest this approach leads to sustainable outcomes and supports a move toward evidence-based practice.
Below are relevant articles, book chapters, resources, for-credit courses using our system, and conference presentations.