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Career Guidance for Students

  1. 1. OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION  CAREER GUIDANCE-SELECTION OF CAREER STREAM  SKILLS SETS REQUIRED FOR THE CHOSEN STREAM  PERSONAL SWOT ANALYSIS/GAP ANALYSIS  PREPARING FOR THE CORPORATE CHALLENGES.
  2. 2. Career Guidance for Students Important Aspects
  3. 3. METHODOLOGY  SESSION I- SELECTION OF RIGHT CAREER STREAM & PREPARING FOR THE CORPORATE CHALLENGES  SESSION II- GAPS NOTICED AFTER SESSION I AND PREPARATIONS FOR BUILDING RIGHT CAREER PROFILES  SESSION III- GROOMING FOR THE CORPORATE WORLD
  4. 4. STUDENTS DOSSIER  MAPPING OF INDIVIDUAL PROFILES  DETAILS OF PROJECTS OR ASSIGNMENTS DONE  DETAILS OF CASE STUDY PRESENTATIONS OR WORKSHOPS  STRENGTHS  INDIVIDUAL PROFILES FOR PRESENTING TO CORPORATES
  5. 5. STREAMS AVAILABLE  MARKETING  FINANCE  HUMAN RESOURCES  IT AND SYSTEMS
  6. 6. EXPECTATIONS & OPPORTUNITIES  AREAS OF ASSIGNMENTS  NATURE OF ASSIGNMENTS  TYPE OF INDUSTRIES
  7. 7. AREAS & NATURE OF ASSIGNMENTSMARKETING  PRODUCT MANAGEMENT  ADVERTISING  SALES MANAGEMENT  CHANNEL MANAGEMENT  INSTITUTIONAL SALES  INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS  CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT
  8. 8. AREAS & NATURE OF ASSIGNMENTSFINANCE  CORPORATE FINANCE  MARKETING FINANCE  SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT  COMMERCIAL  LOGISTICS  TREASURY  PROJECT FINANCE
  9. 9. AREAS & NATURE OF ASSIGNMENTSHUMAN RESOURCES  CORPORATE HR  RECRUITMENT  TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT  PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT  TALENT MANAGEMENT  EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
  10. 10. AREAS & NATURE OF ASSIGNMENTSIT & SYSTEMS  ERP  IT & SYSTEM SUPPORT  MATERIALS MANAGEMENT  MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS  QUALITY SYSTEMS
  11. 11. TYPE OF INDUSTRIES  AUTOMOBILES-LCVS,HCVS,PASSENGER        CARS,TRACTORS,SCOOTERS,3 WHEELERS,MOTORCYCLES,MOPEDS,CYCLES AUTO ANCILLARIES-ABRASIVES,AUTO COMPONENTS,BEARINGS BANKS-PUBLIC SECTOR,PRIVATE SECTOR BREWERIES CABLES-POWER,TELEPHONE CASTING & FORGINGS CEMENT CERAMICS
  12. 12. TYPE OF INDUSTRIES  CHEMICALS-ALKALI,SODA ASH,DYES  CIGARETTES  COMPUTERS-HARDWARE,SOFTWARE,EDUCATION,       APPLICATIONS CONSTRUCTION COURIER DIAMOND CUTTING & JEWELLERY DOMESTIC APPLIANCES-AIR CONDITIONERS,CONSUMER ELECTRONICS ELECTRIC EQUIPMENTS ENGINEERING-TURNKEY SERVICES,ENGINES,COMPRESSORS,PUMPS
  13. 13. TYPE OF INDUSTRIES  ENTERTAINMENT  FERTILIZERS  FINANCE & INVESTMENTS-HOUSING FINANCE  FOOD PROCESSING  GLASS & GLASS PRODUCTS  HEALTHCARE  HOTELS  LEATHER & LEATHER PRODUCTS  METALS-ALUMINIUM,STEEL,COPPER  MOULDED LUGGAGE  PACKAGING
  14. 14. TYPE OF INDUSTRIES  PAINTS  PAPER  PERSONAL CARE  PESTICIDES  PETROCHEMICALS,REFINARIES  PHARMACEUTICALS-BULK DRUGS,FORMULATIONS  PLASTIC PRODUCTS  POWER-EQUIPMENTS,GENERATION,TRANSMISSION  PRINTING & STATIONARY  RETAIL  SHIPPING
  15. 15. TYPE OF INDUSTRIES  SUGAR  TEA  TELECOMMUNICATIONS  TEXTILES  TRANSPORT  TYRES
  16. 16. SKILL SETS REQUIRED  PERSONALITY TRAITS LEADERSHIP TEAM PLAYER EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE CREATIVITY
  17. 17. CONTD-- SKILLS HANDLING PRESSURE PROBLEM SOLVING EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION PRESENTATION CORPORATE ETIQUETTE TELEPHONE ETIQUETTE PEOPLES’ SKILLS TIME MANAGEMENT
  18. 18. STREAM SPECIFIC PERSONALITY TRAITS & SKILLS  MARKETING SELLING & NEGOTIATION SKILLS EXTROVERT OUTGOING PERSONALITY LANGUAGE SKILLS NETWORKING SKILLS  FINANCE COMPUTING SKILLS SKILLS WITH NUMBERS FINANCIAL ACCUMEN
  19. 19. STREAM SPECIFIC PERSONALITY TRAITS & SKILLS  HUMAN RESOURCES PEOPLES’ SKILL UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN BEHAVIOURS FLAIR FOR TRAINING & IMPARTING KNOWLEDGE  IT & SYSTEMS COMPUTING SKILLS SYSTEM ORIENTATION
  20. 20. SWOT ANALYSIS  INDIVIDUAL  COMPANY  INDUSTRY  COUNTRY
  21. 21. SWOT ANALYSIS - INDIVIDUAL LEVEL  SELF ANALYSIS  HELP OF EXPERTS FROM THE FIELD OF BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE, PSYCHOLOGY OR CAREER COUNSELING  SCIENTIFIC TOOLS
  22. 22. SWOT ANALYSIS STRENGTHS- POSITIVE ASPECTS WORK EXPERIENCE EDUCATION TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS NETWORKING SKILLS INTERACTION WITH PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
  23. 23. WEAKNESSES- NEGATIVE CHARACTERISTICS  LACK OF GOALS  POOR WORK ETHIC  LACK OF DISCIPLINE  WEAK TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE  WEAK SKILLS  LACK OF MOTIVATION  INDECISIVENESS
  24. 24. OPPORTUNITIES  POSITIVE TRENDS IN YOUR FIELD THAT WILL CREATE MORE JOBS  OPPORTUNITIES IN THE FIELD BY ENHANCING EDUCATION  OPPORTUNITIES FOR ADVANCEMENT/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES
  25. 25. THREATS  NEGATIVE TRENDS ON THE JOB FRONT  COMPETITION WITH CONTEMPORARIES FROM OTHER B SCHOOLS  LTD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE FIELD  LTD ADVANCEMENT IN THE FIELD
  26. 26. FACING THE CORPORATE CHALLENGE  DYNAMIC AND FAST CHANGING BUSINESS        ENVIRONMENT CAPACITY TO HANDLE STRETCHED GOALS MULTISKILLING ABILITY TO “GET HANDS DIRTY” COMMUNICATION ACROSS CULTURES LIFE SKILLS PERSONAL ETHICS CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME
  27. 27. DECIDE FOR YOURSELF--- WHAT ARE YOU- A CHANGE CHAMPION A VICTIM A YES MAN A TERRORIST
  28. 28. Soft skills- The key to employment  Performance as a manager-leader  Performance as a team member  Task performance  Importance of illustrative soft skills :  Work ethics  Courtesy  Teamwork  Self – discipline & self – confidence  Conformity to prevailing norms  Language proficiency
  29. 29. Importance of Soft skills Could make the difference between getting hired and fired Policy formulation and implementation Size of business Coping with competition Harmonious relations Motivation Image building Personality development Career Enhancement
  30. 30. Importance of Soft skills 73 % of a Manager’s time is spend on communication Efficiency and success in the organization Liaison Salesmanship Training and development Bridging gap between planning and execution Greater exposure to new ideas - broader understanding of world affairs Helps to boost employee morale Overall self development
  31. 31. Soft skills aid in . . .  Problem solving  Communication  Working with others  Creativity  Working under pressure
  32. 32. HOW TO PREPARE FOR THESE CHALLENGES  MANAGEMENT SCHOOL GROOMING  INCULCATING THE READING HABIT  SUMMER AND INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS  CASE BASED LEARNING  WORKSHOP BASED LEARNING  INDUSTRIAL VISITS  ATTITUDE BUILDING
  33. 33. OTHER ASPECTS REQUIRED  HANDLING GDS AND INTERVIEWS  PREPARATION OF CVS  PHYSICAL AND MENTAL STAMINA  A CLEAR SET OF SHORT TERM AND LONG TERM GOALS.
  34. 34. MANAGERIAL PERSPECTIVES  Managing Self  Managing organizations  Managing contexts  Managing relationships  Managing Change
  35. 35. MANAGING SELF  Need to step back and think  Convert events and happenings into experiences  learn to see products/services/customers from different perspectives.  Learn from the past.  Learn from the everyday functioning of organizations.
  36. 36. MANAGING ORGANIZATIONS  Requires an analytical mindset  Making simple, complicated and complex decisions.  Shared understanding  Performance management
  37. 37. MANAGING CONTEXT  Experience through exploration  Spend time in the field  Understanding perspectives  Sharing experiences across cultures
  38. 38. MANAGING RELATIONSHIPS  Importance of collaborative mindset  Listening more than talking  Leadership from the background  Team work
  39. 39. MANAGING CHANGE  Maintaining direction  METT-T  Managing continuity  Managing Change
  40. 40. REMEMBER-- THE SIX MOST IMPORTANT WORDS- “I ADMIT I      MADE A MISTAKE” THE FIVE MOST IMPORTANT WORDS”YOU DID A GOOD JOB” THE FOUR MOST IMPORTANT WORDS”WHAT IS YOUR OPINION” THE THREE MOST IMPORTANT WORDS”IF YOU PLEASE” THE TWO MOST IMPORTANT WORDS”THANK YOU” THE LEAST IMPORTANT WORD “I”

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