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Slides from my presentation at The University of Toronto June 24th

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U of T June 24 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. What’s Next for You and Your Career? “You can’t choose your family, you can choose where you spend 50 hrs per week!”
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  • 5. What is changing in the world of work? • How does this impact you personally? QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. • How does this impact you professionally? 5
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  • 8. Freedom 55? QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. 8
  • 9. 'Garbaneurs’ Garbage strike doesn't stink for everyone QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. 9
  • 10. The Brand Test 10
  • 11. What’s your brand? 11
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  • 13. The 4 Keys to Your Brand • Know who you are- Clearly • Know who and where your market is - Specifically • Market yourself - Confidently & Consistently • Evolve yourself - Constantly 13
  • 14. The Career Identity Tool™ 1. Make a list of your: •Talents - What are you great at? Title •Values - What is important to you? You •Passions - What do you get angry/joy out of? Direction •Ideal lifestyle - Hours,location, travel, income? Fair trade •Work ecosystem - What company culture is best for you? Company 2. Consider your current job. Assign a score of 10 to each of the categories (max 50), based on how well you feel each of the above is being utilized/met. Add up your score out of a total of 50 3.. Under 30: unacceptable situation, take action now! Between 30-40 .what changes are needed? Above 40: excellent, the right job for you. 14
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  • 21. 6 Leadership Ideas to Help Others With Evolution • Identify and help them on the leadership track • Allow freelance/special projects • Encourage the Hybrid • Hire people into mid career • Do you encourage employees to change careers in your organization • Sabbaticals (Micro- traditional) 21
  • 22. 10 Quick Final Thoughts • Be open take risk • Embrace smart change • Facts and feelings both matter • The difference between permission and decision • What you have control over and what you don’t • What you know and what you don’t know • Never too late or too soon • Ask for Help • Packaging Matters • You have choice BONUS- Trust Yourself 22
  • 23. 5 Reasons to Choose Our Firm • Reputation: Exclusive provider of career services to alumni of Queens University, Carleton University etc. Alan is one of Canada’s top media commentator on Careers. Career experts to Workopolis. • Process: A proven, sophisticated and easy to use methodology. We combine the best set of research, tools, Podcasts, books and coaching to identify the right solution for you. • People: Our trained coaching team combines a unique blend of backgrounds, education and experience with careers. We take our work seriously but not ourselves. • Personalized & Flexible: Not a cookie cutter approach. We work 1-1 with you from scheduling, to understanding your unique needs and situation. We also work coast to coast with clients. • Results: Time and time again our clients end up in a better career situation with their commitment to change and our support & encouragement. 23
  • 24. How Can CareerJoy Help You? We work with you to help identify, manage and overcome the problems you are experiencing in your current career situation. The Career Identity Program for Professionals TM This program identifies the match between your strengths, talents and passions and the market The 90 Day Career Search Program TM Get hired quicker - Professional resume, interview and networking. The Career Transition Program TM We help with both career identity, self marketing and job search. The Student Identity Program Professional Resume Service Stand out from the competition with our professional writers 24
  • 25. Invest in something you can really count on…You Contact us to book an initial 45 minute consultation • An unbiased, professional assessment of your current situation. • Feedback on your resume and issues related to your job search. • Expert advice on what to do next and tips to get started right away. Most of all, you will get piece of mind that you are not the only one in your situation, as well as the experience and dedication of a career coach who is here to help you. The investment is $99 which is credited towards the cost of our programs. Call 1 877 256 2569 or email Carol@CareerJoy.com "To have a coach, who has a vested interest in me, is invaluable. Alan validated my ideas, my discoveries and challenged my thoughts, all while helping me to grow personally and professionally." DEBBIE TRENHOLM, MBA 25