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  • 1. Introduction to Hospitality Career Skills VALUES AND GOALS Values Your highest priorities Basis upon which you function if not clear to you, you will drift Important to identifyVALUES AND GOALS • your values – not easy – may point out that you need a change in life What Do I Do With Values? Decide on goals to allow you to realize your values Long-range goals written in first person affirmativeVALUES AND GOALS specific measurable
  • 2. Intermediate Goals Cover a shorter period of time Smaller steps to reaching long- range goals Give these goals priorities which one needs to be done firstVALUES AND GOALS which ones can I work on simultaneously Give yourself deadlines set a schedule Daily Activities Things you can do to help you toward meeting your goal May not work on a goal every dayVALUES AND GOALS Regular activity is necessary Plan for Tomorrow A Y A D If you always do W Y A D What you always didVALUES AND GOALS Y A G You always get W Y A G What you always got
  • 3. Activities Forced Choice Values Test Life Values and Goals Life Line Inventory of Likes andVALUES AND GOALS Dislikes Development Planning Guide CAREER ISSUES WHAT TO DO NOW SO YOU CAN BE READY THEN Direction of Career Wide variety of opportunities Marketplace increasingly service oriented outside employers looking at hospitality grads You must decide what you want to doCAREER ISSUES investigate possibilities
  • 4. Write a Résumé Early Forces you to ask hard questions what you have done where you want to go Gives others idea how to help youCAREER ISSUES Serves as an outline education work history activities accomplishments Early Résumé But I have no experience Résumé as a tool to obtain part time jobs internships summer workCAREER ISSUES scholarships additional educational experiences Résumé as a career planning tool Writing a Résumé Employers hire people to solve problems and meet specific needs target resume to specific employer /need may be something from an unrelated job that will fill a need in the job you are seekingCAREER ISSUES
  • 5. Résumé as a Guide to Work Experience Part of college education is work experience Should not be chosen randomly Experience reflects desire important to work in area where you wish to begin career experience should be reflected in career goals indicates your understanding, commitment, andCAREER ISSUES sustained interest