Make a list of at least two career paths that interest you and/or two skills that you would like to employ in your career. For example, you could search for “university teaching” or “counseling” for career paths, or “writing” or “problem solving” for skills. Search for those positions or skills by navigating to the O*NET website and either searching in the “Find Occupations” box for careers or clicking on “Advanced Search” and using the “Browse by O*NET Data” drop-down menu to search by abilities, interests, knowledge, or skills. Take note of at least two “related” occupations that intrigue you from your search results. Click on the hyperlinks for these positions and read the descriptions of these occupations. Write 100 to 250 words about your findings and how they have shaped your perspective on career possibilities. Part 2: For the second part of this journal, address the following: How do you expect to apply this course content in your current and future career in psychology? How could you use the knowledge you are learning to go beyond managing to also become a leader in the field of psychology? As a future leader and expert in the field of psychology, what strategies could you use to build more inclusive relationships among diverse colleagues and teams? Write an additional 100 to 250 words connecting the course concepts to your thoughts on your career and/or any relevant findings from O*NET discussed in Part 1 of your journal.