ADAPTIVE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AS A MODEL IN ACHIEVING CAREER SUCCESS
This research aims to develop, analyze, and test an empirical model of the effect of self-reflection on career success through adaptive professional development as a mediating variable. The population in this study were lecturers at five public universities in the region of South Sumatra, Indonesia. Samples were taken proportionally at each university. The data used in this study is primary data collected by using questionnaires. The collected is then analyzed using the Structural Equation Models (SEM) analysis technique. The results showed that self-reflection affects adaptive professional development and career success, then adaptive professional development affects career success and mediates the influence between self-reflection and career success. This research concludes that adaptive professional development can act as a mediating variable between self-reflection and career success.
self-reflection, adaptive professional development, career success