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"Mapping Your Way to the Executive Suite"

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  • 1. Outcomes-Based Career Planning: Mapping a Course to the Executive Suite A Proud ADA Partner
  • 2. Outcomes-Based Career Planning: MAPPING A COURSE TO THE EXECUTIVE SUITE Mapping a Course to the Executive Suite Name:___________________________________ Date:____________________________________ 2
  • 3. TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS Section One Understanding and Meeting Job Expectations Section Two Goals and Career Aspirations Section Three Mentorship Section Four Volunteer and Gain Exposure Section Five Develop Others Section Six Apply Your Learnings 3
  • 4. INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION This Journal will help you to capture your career goals and aspirations and organize and follow up on the necessary steps for career enhancement and advancement. As you attend education sessions, use Section 6, “Apply Your Learnings,” to identify key learnings and next steps to apply to your competencies and career goals. Assess how the knowledge gained fits into your professional development portfolio. Learning Objectives - Understand the steps for career progression. - Obtain tools and resources to advance career. - Understand career goals. - Define the steps to become a more effective leader. 4
  • 5. SECTION ONE: UNDERSTANDING AND MEETING JOB EXPECTATIONS 5 Understanding and Meeting SECTION ONE: Job Expectations
  • 6. Section One UNDERSTANDING AND MEETING JOB EXPECTATIONS Write your current job expectations: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Assess where you are on a scale of 1–5: 6
  • 7. Section One If you have not rated yourself at a five for job expectations, list ideas on how you might improve your performance. 7
  • 8. Notes 8
  • 9. SECTION TWO: GOALS AND CAREER ASPIRATIONS SECTION TWO: Goals and Career Aspirations 9
  • 10. Section Two GOALS AND CAREER ASPIRATIONS What are your short-term and long-term goals? You can include both personal and professional goals since they are often intertwined, and success is measured by both. Where do you want to be in one year and why? How do you plan to get there? Where do you want to be in three years and why? How do you plan to get there? 10
  • 11. Section Two Where do you want to be in five years and why? How do you plan to get there? 11
  • 12. Notes 12
  • 13. SECTION THREE: MENTORSHIP SECTION THREE: Mentorship 13
  • 14. Section Three MENTORSHIP Keep in mind your one-, three-, and five-year goals and how a mentor could assist you in achieving those goals. Take a moment to reflect on some of your previous mentors. Now take some time to identify a potential mentor today who can help you with your career goals. Ideas on how you would approach your mentor: 14
  • 15. Section Three Set a time frame for frequency. How and when would you seek feedback from your mentor, and how would you be receptive to the feedback? 15
  • 16. Notes 16
  • 17. SECTION FOUR: VOLUNTEER AND GAIN EXPOSURE SECTION FOUR: Volunteer and Gain Exposure 17
  • 18. Section Four VOLUNTEER AND GAIN EXPOSURE Reflect on your current one-, three-, and five- year goals and how you might volunteer and gain exposure around those goals. Consider a best practice of how you have volunteered for additional assignments or project work at your job. What type of professional exposure did you gain from volunteering? Write down some ways in which you feel volunteering helped you advance your career. 18
  • 19. Section Four List some additional assignments or volunteer opportunities at work that would help you achieve your career goals. 19
  • 20. Notes 20
  • 21. SECTION FIVE: DEVELOP OTHERS SECTION FIVE: Develop Others 21
  • 22. Section Five DEVELOP OTHERS Create a potential list of individuals who you can develop whether you currently have direct reports or not. 22
  • 23. Section Five Identify the next steps to begin to mentor the people you have identified. 23
  • 24. Notes 24
  • 25. SECTION SIX: APPLY YOUR LEARNINGS SECTION SIX: Apply Your Learnings 25
  • 26. Section Six Write down the action steps that you need to take to apply the learnings from this session. 26
  • 27. Section Six Networking is a critical part of career development. Use this area to record contacts you meet throughout the conference. Name: Name: Facility/Location: Facility/Location: Email: Email: Phone Number: Phone Number: Name: Name: Facility/Location: Facility/Location: Email: Email: Phone Number: Phone Number: Name: Name: Facility/Location: Facility/Location: Email: Email: Phone Number: Phone Number: Name: Name: Facility/Location: Facility/Location: Email: Email: Phone Number: Phone Number: Name: Name: Facility/Location: Facility/Location: Email: Email: Phone Number: Phone Number: 27
  • 28. A Proud ADA Partner