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  • 1. SUBJECT:- HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. NAME:-CHAITANYA.S.SALUNKE. ROLL.NO:- 013049. (MBA CORE-C)
  • 2. BOOK PRESENTATION ON:- PLANNING YOUR CAREER Teach Yourself (WENDY HIRSH & CHARLES JACKSON) www.inaweek.co.uk
  • 3. (WENDY HIRSH & CHARLES JACKSON) LEADING CAREERS ADVISORS •Leading experts on career planning, this book quickly teaches you the insider secrets you need to know to in order work your way to where you want to be.
  • 4. REASONS FOR REVIEWING YOUR CAREER?
  • 5. WHAT DOES CAREER PLANNING INVOLVES. Making a career plan *Making choices *Taking action Learning about self *Work values *Job interest *skills Learning about jobs *Types of job *Identifying options *Information search
  • 6. Planning Your Career- IN A WEEK • Sunday – What do you want from work? • Monday – What kind of job would you enjoy? • Tuesday – What are you good at? • Wednesday – Identifying your career options. • Thursday – Collecting information. • Friday – Making choices. • Saturday – Taking the first steps.
  • 7. Sunday What do you want from work? • MONEY • GROWTH • FAME • EXPERIENCE
  • 8. • EXERCISE 1: – UNDERSTANDING YOUR WORK VALUES. NOW IDENTIFY WHICH STATEMENT HAS BEEN GIVEN THE HIGHEST SORE AND RANK THAT STATEMENT 1, SECOND HIGHEST SCORE RANT THAT 2 AND SO ON.. THE ORDER IN WHICH THE VALUES ARE RANKED SHOWS US THE KIND OF REWARDS WE WANT FROM WORK.
  • 9. MONDAY WHAT KIND OF JOB WOULD YOU ENJOY? • Jobs differ in a wide variety of ways. • Now we will try to identify the sort of work that you would find interesting. • Forget weather you have the – SKILLS – KNOWLEDGE – EXPERIENCE Just concentrate on finding out what kinds of work you would enjoy.
  • 10. EXERCISE 2 YOUR WORK Interests
  • 11. Tuesday What are you good at? • Having thought about where your job interest lies, you now need to move on to think about your skills, knowledge and experience.
  • 12. Identifying your areas of strength • People: work skills involves in working with people might include – Managing & organizing people. – Negotiating with people. – Teaching. – Entertaining. – Understanding other people. – Supporting & giving help to people.
  • 13. Identifying your areas of strength • Things: work skills involved in making or constructing things might include – Manual skills in using tools. – Working with machinery. – Ability to understand how things work. – Having good hand-eye coordination.
  • 14. Identifying your areas of strength • Data: work skills involved in handling information might include – Interpreting a graph – Working with figures on a computer. – Deciding how best to present and communicate information.
  • 15. Identifying your areas of strength • Ideas: work skills associated with being creative might include – Designing or adapting things. – Improvising, – Being innovative, – Having interest in ideas & how to develop them. – Experimenting and investigating.
  • 16. Wednesday Identifying your career options. • Learning about yourself by examining your own – Values. – Interests. – Skills. – Knowledge and Experience. • Now its time to turn to the second major building block of the career planning framework.
  • 17. • Today, we start by thinking as widely as possible about career options. • You may find that some career options which look exciting turn out to be less attractive or less achievable when you know more about them. • You may need to go through the process of generating options and researching them several times before you move on to make career action plan. – What is happening to jobs and careers? – What kinds of jobs there are? – Your own career options.
  • 18. Thursday Collecting information. • Now you have to draw up a list of career options, how do you move towards an action plan? • It is tempting to move straight to choosing an option or applying for jobs. It is also unwise. • A good deal is to know more about each of our options before we are in position to make judgments about them • This phase of “job research” makes all the difference between good career decisions and poor ones.
  • 19. The examining points: • Your information needs. • Career paths. • Sources of information on careers and jobs. • Using information interviews.
  • 20. Friday Making choices. • Now, the main task is to pull together what you have learnt so far. • You also need to consider how well your – Skills. – Knowledge. – Experience. Match up with those demands by your options and whether opportunities are likely to be available
  • 21. Saturday Taking the first steps. • Clarifying types of action required. • Preparing to present yourself through CV’s, application forms and interviews. • Applying for job and courses. • Getting support. • Setting goals and a timetable. • Monitoring progress.
  • 22. CONCLUSION • Work is an important part of our lives. We rely on it for income, but many of us also want more. We except work to be stimulating, to use our skills, and to fit in with our other commitments and interests.

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