So What Do You Do?

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Workshop PowerPoint based on Career Specialist, Gian Fiero's book, "So What Do You Do?: A Simple & Effective Guide to Career Planning & Development."

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  • Slide 30 - Value=Worth
    Better we don't use this example
    I did with Rs 500 note with Mahatma Gandhi's portrait.
    a participant woke me up to the fact that Mahatma's Portrait on the currency is to make us remember his sacrifice. :Using' it the way we do, at the training, is, according to the participants, 'shaming' the personality. Your currency must have George Washington's. Let's desist from using the currency this way.
    Prof R Panchanadhan
    A freelance trainer
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So What Do You Do?

  1. 1. SO WHAT DO YOU DO? Conducted by Gian Fiero THE WORKSHOP
  2. 2. SO…WHAT DO YOU DO?In terms of your impact?Contribution?Influence?
  3. 3. WHY ME?40 companies in multiple industriesEmployee, contractor, and consultantKeen Observations/Empirical Studies
  4. 4. YOUR ANSWERS?In terms of your impact?Contribution?Influence?
  5. 5. CAREER PLANNINGOR DEVELOPMENT?
  6. 6. CAREER PLANNING OR DEVELOPMENT?True career development requires vision, honesty,creativity, and courage. It’s fueled by a sense ofself exploration, adventure, and a fascination withthe opportunities to discover something new;something more appropriate for who you are, orwhat you hope to become.
  7. 7. KNOW THYSELF?“The unexamined life is not worth living.” ~Socrates
  8. 8. THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM
  9. 9. MISWANTING Main Entry: miswantingPart of Speech: n Definition: the act or condition of wanting something with the mistaken belief that it will bring one happiness. Example: The real problem with miswanting, the researchers argue, is that it leads you to want the wrong things and make poor judgments about what will really make you happy.
  10. 10. THE LOOKING GLASS SELF
  11. 11. THE LOOKING GLASS SELFWhen a persons self grows out of theperceptions of others. The term refers to peopleshaping themselves based on other peoplesperception, which leads them to reinforce otherpeoples perspectives on themselves.
  12. 12. 3 COMPONENTSe imagine how we must appear to others.e imagine the judgment of that appearance.e develop our self through the judgments of others.
  13. 13. OTHER EFFECTSPygmalion Effect A phenomenon in which the greater the expectation placed upon people, the better they perform . People will often internalize their negative labels…those with positive labels succeed accordingly.
  14. 14. OTHER EFFECTSMichelangelo Effect A phenomenon observed by psychologists in which interdependent individuals influence and "sculpt" each other. Over time, the Michelangelo effect causes individuals to develop toward what they themselves consider as their "ideal selves."[
  15. 15. THE RESULT
  16. 16. YOU’RE SO V.A.I.M.Values……importance/significanceAptitude….ability/skills/talentsInterests….engagement/passionMotivation..your driving force
  17. 17. MORE ON MOTIVATIONAll motivations involve a goal, and vary by typeand amount. What motivates you and why, arejust as important as your career goals.
  18. 18. PRACTICALITY
  19. 19. INWARD/OUTWARD
  20. 20. MOTIVATIONAL FACTStudies show that those who are intrinsicallymotivated have greater levels of careersuccess and satisfaction than those who aredriven by extrinsic motivations.
  21. 21. SUSTAINABILITYWhen the chief responsibility of one’scareer revolves around one’s intrinsicmotivations.
  22. 22. VALUE
  23. 23. THE VALUE OF WHAT YOU DOYour explanation of what you do shouldalways correlate with your proficiency inincreasing value through your efficiency insolving problems, fulfilling needs, orcatering to desires.
  24. 24. WHAT YOU REALLY DO?People commonly think of careers as somethingthey have. Think of them as something you do.
  25. 25. DOING = ACTION = ACTIVITIES
  26. 26. WHAT I REALLY DOHelp people achieve career and life success…by providing them with the tools and assistance toremove barriers to professional and personal growth.
  27. 27. WHAT I BRAND MYSELF AS Growth Expert
  28. 28. YOUR TURN
  29. 29. CONTRIBUTION & VALUE 1. Solving problems 2. Fulfilling needs 3. Catering to desires
  30. 30. REMEMBER THIS
  31. 31. DO THIS1. Document contributions2. Publicize contributions3. Seek opportunities
  32. 32. POSITIONING
  33. 33. POSITIONINGPositioning is how we place ourselves inthe minds of others…Positioning is about understanding andcontrolling how you are perceived…Positioning is not an art, or an act; it’s anaction.
  34. 34. POSITIONING STRATEGIES1. Attitude & Aptitude2. Project management3. Establishing a system4. Bring in new business
  35. 35. WELCOME TO YOUR BRANDBranding is the byproduct of the action of positioning.
  36. 36. PERSONAL BRANDINGPersonal Branding is about distinguishingyour personal qualities and characteristics…Successful brands rarely have negativeassociations; brands with negativeassociations are rarely successful…
  37. 37. 4 STEPS1. Develop brand awareness2. Evaluate your brand viability3. Position your brand4. Manage your brand
  38. 38. THE RIGHT ARENA
  39. 39. WHAT’S YOUR ARENA?What arena is best for you? In what arena canyou best display your strengths and skills?What arena will inspire you to do your verybest work, and allow you to give the most ofyourself, each and every day?
  40. 40. 4 GOLDEN JOB OPPORTUNITIES1. An opportunity to learn2. An opportunity to develop skills3. An opportunity to build your network4. An opportunity to position & brand yourself
  41. 41. YOUR REAL JOBFinding ways to utilize your gifts
  42. 42. JOBS & CAREER PLANNINGThere isn’t a great deal of job security inhaving a job, but there’s more security inhaving a role; therefore, jobs are not onlycrucial tools in getting roles, but inbuilding and developing one’s career.
  43. 43. WHAT’S YOUR ROLE?
  44. 44. BE RESOURCEFULResourcefulness: Able to meet situations;capable of devising ways and means ofaccomplishment.
  45. 45. CAREER DEVELOPMENT?
  46. 46. CAREER DEVELOPMENT FACTIf you are looking for a job with the use of aresume, you have not established a strongnetwork.
  47. 47. INSIGHTS FROM JOB FAIRS
  48. 48. SO WHAT DO YOU DO?
  49. 49. THE 80/20 RULE
  50. 50. THE 20% CLUB80% of the most important work in a companygets done by 20% of its employees…this 20%constitutes what I refer to as The 20% Club.
  51. 51. WORK SMARTER, NOT HARDER
  52. 52. BOTTOM LINE
  53. 53. EQUITY THEORY
  54. 54. CAREER DEVELOPMENT FACTWhen workers feel frustrated, discouraged,and unrewarded in their jobs, they oftenabort their efforts to gain entry into theircompany’s 20% Club.
  55. 55. WHAT’S YOUR MISSION?
  56. 56. SLEEPWALKERS

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