Career pd and success


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This presentation has been prepared by Mr. Rana Chakma of UEA and presented in the sharing session held at Rangamati, Bangladesh on 24 December 2012.

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  • Job can be any position in an organization and earn money. A career in an organization is a profession, which also can earn money.
  • Career is a fulfillment of a lifelong ambition or it is a progression towards a lifelong goal.
  • My career – my childhood dream was to become a politician, became engineer, a teacherTony – studied until class -9. Became a plumber. His earning was good, but wasn’t happy. He wanted to become a pilot with the Airforce. But, then he was to study and finish his bachelor degree. After the graduation, he applied with the airforce. But they discovered that he had a color vision problem – can’t see the difference of blue and green.
  • 1) Reflect on where you are now and where you want to be 2) Plan development activities to help you meet your goals 3) Carry out and log your activities 4) Reflect on what you have achieved and where to go next.
  • Let them do the exercise of (1) Reflect on your present status – are you happy with this present job or career?(2) If not happy, why not? What will make you happy? Make this your goal.(3) Make a plan to achieve the goal(4) Do it - action
  • Ask what is goalImportance elements of a goal – (1) Ask what is the life expectancy (2) Ask what are their goals, (3) Ask what will happen if they want to become a doctor 2 months before you reach your life expectancy.
  • Developing SMART goalsPaul J. Meyer describes the characteristics of S.M.A.R.T. goals in Attitude is Everything.[2][edit]SpecificThe first term stresses the need for a specific goal over and against a more general one. This means the goal is clear and unambiguous; without vagaries and platitudes. To make goals specific, they must tell a team exactly what is expected, why is it important, who’s involved, where is it going to happen and which attributes are important.A specific goal will usually answer the five "W" questions:What: What do I want to accomplish?Why: Specific reasons, purpose or benefits of accomplishing the goal.Who: Who is involved?Where: Identify a location.Which: Identify requirements and constraints.[edit]MeasurableThe second term stresses the need for concrete criteria for measuring progress toward the attainment of the goal. The thought behind this is that if a goal is not measurable, it is not possible to know whether a team is making progress toward successful completion. Measuring progress is supposed to help a team stay on track, reach its target dates, and experience the exhilaration of achievement that spurs it on to continued effort required to reach the ultimate goal.A measurable goal will usually answer questions such as:How much?How many?How will I know when it is accomplished?[edit]AttainableThe third term stresses the importance of goals that are realistic and attainable. While an attainable goal may stretch a team in order to achieve it, the goal is not extreme. That is, the goals are neither out of reach nor below standard performance, as these may be considered meaningless. When you identify goals that are most important to you, you begin to figure out ways you can make them come true. You develop the attitudes, abilities, skills, and financial capacity to reach them. The theory states that an attainable goal may cause goal-setters to identify previously overlooked opportunities to bring themselves closer to the achievement of their goals.An attainable goal will usually answer the question:How: How can the goal be accomplished?[edit]RelevantThe fourth term stresses the importance of choosing goals that matter. A Bank Manager's goal to "Make 50 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches by 2:00pm." may be Specific, Measurable, Attainable, and Time-Bound, but lacks Relevance. Many times you will need support to accomplish a goal: resources, a champion voice, someone to knock down obstacles. Goals that are relevant to your boss, your team, your organization will receive that needed support.Relevant goals (when met) drive the team, department, and organization forward. A goal that supports or is in alignment with other goals would be considered a relevant goal.A relevant goal can answer yes to these questions:Does this seem worthwhile?Is this the right time?Does this match our other efforts/needs?Are you the right person?[edit]Time-boundThe fifth term stresses the importance of grounding goals within a time frame, giving them a target date. A commitment to a deadline helps a team focus their efforts on completion of the goal on or before the due date. This part of the S.M.A.R.T. goal criteria is intended to prevent goals from being overtaken by the day-to-day crises that invariably arise in an organization. A time-bound goal is intended to establish a sense of urgency.A time-bound goal will usually answer the question:When?What can I do 6 months from now?What can I do 6 weeks from now?What can I do today?
  • Ask them what will happen if they have SMART goals of becoming doctors, but they sleep and don’t study?
  • You have already made SMART goal that you want to be a big businessman, but then you are just sleeping and not taking any actions. Will you achieve your goals and successful?
  • Burning desire means you can’t stay in peace nor sleep until you achieve it.
  • Show the video – don’t quit
  • Review and try to remember acronyms with fingersIf you don’t hear, pull your hair towards them and ask to say louder
  • Who has heard about WHO? WHO defines health as Physical, Mental, Social and Spiritual wellbeing.How can you maintain Physical health? – Diet, ExerciseHow can you maintain Mental health? – No waste thought, positive thought, peaceful mind, no zealousyHow can you maintain Social health? – Living in harmony, no conflictHow can you maintain spiritual health? – Spirit within. Advantage of understanding soul conscious.Autosuggestion – (1) Relaxation, (2) Give a commentary of a brief overview – what they have learnt and how they are going to practise what they have learnt.
  • Career pd and success

    1. 1. Rana ChakmaFrom UAE
    2. 2. 1. Career vs Job2. Professional Development3. Success
    3. 3. Career – a profession -getJob – a paid position promotion Managers, Engineers,Clerks, Workers. ExecutivesOperators
    4. 4. lifelong ambition Regular activity -What is it?: progression towards can earn money. lifelong goalsRequires: special education or May or may not be training requiredRisk Risky SafeTime: Long term Short termIncome: Varies – usually high Varies – usually lowContribution May have high value Not so much.
    5. 5. My career storyTony Venning – Medical Doctor
    6. 6. Watch the video
    7. 7. 1. Figure out your interests List your passions and interests.2. Identify strengths, skills, and talents Identify your strengths, skills, and talents3. Make a list List your personal preferences and needs4. Take career and self-assessment tests5. Research the job market match your interests and personality.6. Get ready Prepare to begin a new chapter in your life
    8. 8. Ongoing enhancement andmaintenance of yourskills, competencies andexperiences.
    9. 9. • Maintains high levels of competence• Increases your ability to cope with challengesand changes• Helps you plan your own development andmake the best use of resources• It helps you keep up to date with changes inthe sector• It increases your job satisfaction.
    10. 10. •Initial Professional Development•Continuing ProfessionalDevelopment
    11. 11. 12/24/2012 Career, PD and Success 14
    12. 12. What is a Goal?Important elements of a goalSMART stands for: S: Specific M: Measurable A: Achievable R: Realistic and Relevant T: Time bound Career, PD and Success 16
    13. 13. Bad Example: “I want to be rich.” Good example: “I want to generate $100,000 in passive income within 5 years from this date.” Bad Example: “I want to be a doctor”Good Example:“I want to study medicine and be a doctor in 2010 after the study” Career, PD and Success 18
    14. 14. What is the meaning?The Equation of Success is: SMART Goal + Action = Success Career, PD and Success 19
    15. 15. The formula is: A.B.O.U.T.S.1. A - Active: Take Initiative Choose your actions Don’t blame anyone for your wrong actions or failures Do the right thing without being asked, even when no one is looking12/24/2012 Career, PD and Success 20
    16. 16. 2. B - Burning Desire: Have a burning desire for your goal Start a task with the “Final outcome” in mind You look at everything positively3. O - Organised Planning Have an organised and definite plan Prioritize and make schedule Be disciplined and follow it ritually Career, PD and Success 21
    17. 17. 4. U - Untiring Persistence Continue trying until achieved Failure gives opportunity to learn Watch the video - dont quit5. T - Talk Talk to yourself positively Talk to God and get strength from Him Visualise your success Career, PD and Success 22
    18. 18. 6. S - Synergy Respect and get along with others Learn from everyone and every situation Work in cooperation with others Understand others and avoid conflicts Take care of your body and mind Career, PD and Success 23
    19. 19. Autosuggestion commentaryNo Matter What Song Career, PD and Success 24
    20. 20. Career, PD and Success 25