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  • 1. “ 6 Steps for Career Success in 2012” Webinar with Grace Owen & Alyson Pellowe
  • 2.
    • Welcome
    • Participant involvement
    • Questions: raise your ‘technological’ hand
    • Type in chat box
  • 3. 6 Steps for Career Success in 2012
        • The big picture
        • Where are you today?
        • Where do you want to be?
        • How will you get there?
        • 31 st December 2012…
    My intention is to leave you informed and inspired to take action. I hope that you will walk away with some excellent tips to increase your satisfaction at work and seek out opportunities for the future. The workplace is changing – how are you going to respond?
  • 4.
    • The big picture
  • 5.
    • How has the career landscape changed?
  • 6. Where are you today?
  • 7. Where do you want to be?
  • 8. How will you get there?
  • 9.
    • Clarity – what is really important to you?
    STEP
  • 10. Things to do.............
      • Work history e.g. highlights and low points
      • Values – the things that motivate you deeply
      • K, S, E - knowledge, skills and experience
      • The X Factor – natural talents
      • Noticing the signs – the ‘itch’, interests, RAS
      • Still unsure? What do others say about you?
  • 11.
    • Attitude – is your glass half empty or half full?
    STEP
  • 12. Things to do.............
      • Fear to faith – belief
      • Powerless to powerful – choice
      • Obstacles to opportunities – focus
      • Victim to victor - behaviour
      • Pessimist to persistent - resilience
      • Reactive to responsive - action
  • 13.
    • Relationships – what kind of network do you have?
    STEP
  • 14. Things to do.............
      • Map it out
      • Declutter
      • Linkedin
      • Introductions
      • Memberships
      • Networking events
  • 15.
    • What thoughts do you have on the 3 steps so far?
  • 16.
    • Equipped – are you learning?
    STEP
  • 17. Things to do.............
      • CV
      • Interpersonal skills
      • Technological skills
      • Creative skills
      • Technical skills
      • Mastery
  • 18.
    • Excellence – how are you performing?
    STEP
  • 19. Things to consider.............
      • Health
      • Motivation
      • Objectives
      • Time
      • Support
      • Assignments
  • 20.
    • Reflection – what decisions are you making?
    STEP
  • 21. Things to consider.............
      • Work is not everything!
      • Take a proper break
      • Spend time with people you love
      • Become financially independent
      • The times they will be changing
      • Be strategic – C.A.R.E.E.R
  • 22.  
  • 23.
    • What will be different for you on 01/01/2013?
  • 24. And finally….today we covered
        • The big picture
        • Where are you today?
        • Where do you want to be?
        • How will you get there?
        • 31 st December 2012…
    My intention was to leave you informed and inspired to take action. I hope that you will walk away with some excellent tips to increase your satisfaction at work and seek out opportunities for the future. The workplace is changing – how are you going to respond?
  • 25.
    • Please feel contact Grace on
    • [email_address]
  • 26. Future PVHR Webinars
    • We now run webinars on a range of different subjects
    • Write to me if you would like more details [email_address]
    • Thank you for participating and ….
  • 27. “We look forward to your feedback!”