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Jmg career decision workshop
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Jmg career decision workshop
Jmg career decision workshop
Jmg career decision workshop
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Jmg career decision workshop
Jmg career decision workshop
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  • The definition of Change
  • Refer to page 3 in your manual. William Bridges talks about the process triggered by change as Transition. There are 3 phases: - Explain
  • Refer to page 3 in your manual. William Bridges talks about the process triggered by change as Transition. There are 3 phases: - Explain
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    • 1. Career Decision Workshop Helping You Make the Best Choice John M Gurgel| 1
    • 2. Workshop Components This workshop provides a decision-making model to assist you in a comprehensive review of your options and help you devise a strategy in line with your values, interests and personality.  Coping with personal transition  Evaluating personal and professional goals  Assessing current career choices and employment market  Identifying transferable skills  Reviewing financial issues and their impact on career options  Developing an action plan, and implementing strategies| 2
    • 3. Program Objectives Session 1  Explore a change model for effective transitions  Present a decision model for informed decision making  Provide Action Plan frameworks  Identify concerns, issues, and facts to consider| 3 CDW Version 2.0
    • 4. Program Objectives Session 2  Review the change model for effective transitions  How-To presentation & resources for Exploring options  Provide decision point research tools and frameworks  Provide overview of array of DBM WebCenter resources| 4
    • 5. Agenda Session 1  Phase X – Change, Transition & Coping  Phase I – Desired Outcomes & Self- Assessment  Phase IV - Action Plan frameworks  Next Steps| 5
    • 6. Agenda Session 2  Phase II – Explore Options  Phase III – Research Decision Point  Phase IV – Refine Action Plan  Resources:  Entrepreneurial  Retirement  Career Continuation| 6
    • 7. Let’s Get to Know Each Other  Name  Title  Length of Service  Best or Frequently Used Change- Coping Activity| 7
    • 8. Career Decision Workshop Phase “X”: Understand Change and Transition| 8
    • 9. Phases of a Career Decision Process Phase X Phase I I Phase Phase IIII Phase Phase III Phase III Phase IV Phase IV Identify Desired Research Understand Explore Outcomes the Decision Action Plan Change and Options Point Transition Self- Assessment | 9
    • 10. Phases of a Career Decision Process Phase I Phase II Identify Desired Explore Outcomes Options Self-Assess Phase “X” Understand Change & Transition Phase IV Phase III Research Develop Decision Point Action Plan | 10
    • 11. Career Decision Phases & Stages CHANGE/TRANSITION| 11
    • 12. Career Decision Phases & Stages| 12
    • 13. Phase X: Understand Change and Transition Phase “X” Phase I Phase II Phase III Phase IV Understand Action Identify Desired Research the Change and Explore Options Outcomes- Decision Plan Transition Self Asses Point Understand the Change Perspective Identify Your Best Coping Strategy| 13
    • 14. Definitions of Change  External event or action that can instantly alter a situation  Today feels permanently different from yesterday  Change event is visible, concrete, and may be dramatic  There is a “before” and an “after”  Happens quickly| 14
    • 15. Definitions of Transition  A mental, emotional and psychological process  Not clearly observable to others  At times is elusive and confusing to the person  A multi-phased process which occurs over time| 15
    • 16. The Transition Curve   | 16
    • 17. The Transition Curve Physical Social Intellectual   Emotional Spiritual | 17
    • 18. The Transition Curve Where are you now on the transition curve?| 18
    • 19. The Transition Curve   Requires letting Requires information Requires taking go of the old to generate new action directions and options | 19
    • 20. The Transition Process| 20© 2009 by DBM, Inc.
    • 21. Career Decision Workshop Phase I: Identify Desir ed Outcomes Self Assessment| 21
    • 22. Phase I: Identify Desired OutcomesSelf Assessment Phase “X” Phase I Phase II Phase III Phase IV Understand Action Identify Desired Research the Change and Explore Options Outcomes- Decision Plan Transition Self-Assess Point Financial / Family Issues Values Interests & Skills| 22
    • 23. Key Financial Issues  Understand what is offered to you  New position  Severance package  Benefits  Know your current financial status  Net worth  Cash flow (income and expenses)| 23
    • 24. Key Financial Issues  Know your long-term and short-term financial goals and investments required to reach them  Insurance needs  Projected financial status  Need to work? How soon?  Professional financial advice (if desired and applicable)| 24
    • 25. Unique Family Issues  Responsibilities to:  Self  Spouse/Partner  Parents  Children  Others  Lifestyle  Others| 25
    • 26. Values, Skills, Interests  What’s important to me?  What do I enjoy and want to do?  What do I know how to do?  Where do I want to do it?| 26
    • 27. Career Decision Workshop Phase II: Explor e Options| 27
    • 28. Phase II: Explore Options Explore Options Phase “X” Phase I Phase II Phase III Phase IV Understand Action Identify Desired Research the Change and Explore Options Outcomes- Decision Plan Transition Self-Assess Point Current or New Position Retirement Work for Self Other| 28
    • 29. Current or New Position  What is the new role?  What is the culture?  What are the opportunities in the organization?  What is the total compensation?| 29© 2009 by DBM, Inc.
    • 30. What Does it Take to Get a Job? Background, Assets, Marketable  Motivation (WIIFM, Timing, Skills and Competencies Values) Salary Level  Job Search Tools (Resume, Job Market / Job Function Marketing Plan, Communications) Personal Factors (Contacts,  Job Search Strategies (Targeting, Image, Personality, Age, Marketing, Interviewing, Enthusiasm) Negotiating)| 30
    • 31. What Does it Take to Retire?  A sense of Purpose!  Identity  Purpose  Direction  Arrived at via three questions Who Am I? What Do I Like to Do? Where Am I Going?| 31
    • 32. Personal Mission/Purpose Statement  Helps you  Distinguish between wants and needs  Balance gifts and talents  Focus on decisions and life principles  Recover quickly from setbacks  Direct your energy  Resources Franklin/Covey| 32
    • 33. What Does it Take to Retire?  Grasp of Ten Retirement Success Factors!  Identify apart from work  Attitude  Directedness  Health  Adaptability  Understanding of Meaning of (your) Life  Life Satisfaction – What & How To  Leisure  Family & Friends  Finances| 33
    • 34. What Does it Take to Work for Self?  Are you a self starter?  How well do you get along with different people?  Will you offer services/products that are in demand?  How well do you make decisions?  Are your technical skills as good as they need to be?  Do you have the physical and emotional stamina to run a business?  How well do you plan and organize?  Is your drive strong enough to keep you motivated when the going gets rough?| 34
    • 35. What Does it Take to Work for Self?  Can you place the desires of others (customers) ahead of your pride and need to be right?  Are you comfortable making sales calls and presentations?  Is your family supportive of you doing this?  Do you have the financial resources to keep you going for at least a year if you dont have income from the business right away?| 35
    • 36. Work for Self – General Info The estimated 27.2 million small businesses in the US:  Employ about half of the country’s private sector  Hire 40% of high tech workers  Generate a majority of innovations from US companies  In 2007, 637,100 new businesses, 560,300 closed and 28,322 bankruptcies  2/3 of new firms survive at least 2 years ; 44% 4 years; 31% 7+ years  Reasons for a new businesss survivability: Ample supply of capital Company is large enough to have employees Owners education level Owners reason for starting the business in the first place Source: U.S. Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy, September 2008| 36
    • 37. Other Options?  Returning to school/retraining  Changing career  Working part-time  Leaving the workplace  Volunteering| 37 CDW Version 2.0
    • 38. Weighing Options  Current position  Take severance  Search for another position  Retirement  Work for self  Return to school/retraining  Change career  Work part-time  Leave the workplace  Other| 38
    • 39. Career Decision Workshop Phase III: Resear ch the Decision Point| 39
    • 40. Phase III: Research the Decision Point Phase “X” Phase I Phase II Phase III Phase IV Understand Identify Desired Action Research the Change and Outcomes- Explore Options Decision Plan Transition Self-Assess Point Force Field Analysis Anticipating Roadblocks Analyze the Results| 40
    • 41. Research Decision Point  Ask Five Friends  Informational Interview Five Professionals  Books  Internet  Keyword search  Wikipedia search  Database search  Search Tools| 41
    • 42. Logical vs. Emotional Decision-Making  Decision-making is a cognitive process where the outcome is a choice among alternatives  Emotional decision-making, however, is legitimate and typically very fast (“Intuition”)  Thinking & Feeling  People have preferences  I think…  I feel…  Start with logic and use emotions for final choice  ISPEAK resource/assessment| 42
    • 43. The Force Field Analysis Sample Tentative Decision: Change careers and become a consultant Hindrances Helpers High Competition 7 years of Internal Consulting Lack of Significant Contacts Solid and Marketable Skill Set Need Marketplace Information Desire to be Self Employed Too Much Travel Several Friends Who Have Blazed the Trail| 43© 2009 by DBM, Inc.
    • 44. Handling Roadblocks and Hindrances (Completed sample) First Steps Roadblocks or things Actions which would reduce that could go wrong the probability that this would block me Example: Find out what  I don’t know who to talk to  Ask five of my friends if they know positions other departments anyone in that department are hiring for  I don’t know the procedure  Ask HR for internal transfer  My skills might not be  Ask HR which of my skills are the transferable most transferable within the company and which are important to add  I don’t know what the other  Find other in that department who manager is like can discuss that manager’s strengths and weaknesses| 44© 2009 by DBM, Inc.
    • 45. Analyze the Results  Identify Feasible Actions  Determine Degree of Certainty  Measure Degree of Desirability  Decision Tree Analysis  Solutions  Outcomes  Values| 45
    • 46. Resources – DBM Webcenter    Action Plan    Accomplishment Statements    Best Fit Work Situations    I-Speak Your Language Style Descriptions    Personal Development Plan    Personal Financial Snapshot    Personal Vision    Satisfiers & Dissatisfiers    Skill & Knowledge Inventory    Career Reflections| 46
    • 47. Career Decision Workshop Phase IV: Action Plan| 47
    • 48. Phase IV: Action Plan Phase “x” Phase I Phase II Phase III Phase IV Understand Identify Desired Action Research the Change and Outcomes- Explore Options Decision Plan Transition Self-Assess Point Clarify Goals Identify Objectives Develop Actions & Time Line Identify Resources, Contingencies & Next Steps| 48
    • 49. Elements of Action Plan  Goal(s) & Objectives  Actions Needed  Persons Needed  Resources Needed  Obstacles and Contingencies  Timeframe  Monitoring and Evaluation Methods| 49
    • 50. Clarify Goals, Identify Objectives  Goals  Objectives  Broad  Narrow  General Intentions  Precise  Intangible  Tangible  Abstract  Concrete  Cannot validate face value  Can be validated Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely| 50
    • 51. Your Goal: Actions I could take within:  24 Hours  2 Days  1 Week   Who Needs to be involved and how?  Obstacles I Anticipate  How I’ll Handle Them  Results I Expect | 51
    • 52. Additional Resources/Information Needed Personally:   Company: Other: | 52
    • 53. Next Doable Steps  GOAL  Action Step (Objective) 1:  Date:  Action Step (Objective) 2:  Date:  Action Step (Objective) 3:  Date:| 53
    • 54. Your Career…Your Decision… Thanks for your participation today!| 54
    • 55. Questions| 55

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