Unpacking and Mapping Your Career Business Plan<br />Presented By:<br />Kelly Hoey, Business Network Strategist<br />Jenni...
Overview<br />Credentials Plan: resume, skills, motivation<br />Networking Plan: who do you know, finding gaps, setting ac...
Your Career: Own It<br />“The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of k...
4<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
First Things First: Current Market Conditions<br />What is the market currently considering strong attributes/ valued skil...
Your Resume<br />Keep it updated and relevant even when you’re not looking!<br />On paper: paper resume is a great place t...
Who Do You Want to Be?<br />Chief Marketing Officer<br />Director of BD<br />Regional Marketing/BD Manager<br />BD Manager...
Who Do You Want To Be: Which of these most appeal to you?<br /><ul><li>Thought leadership
your own/original
Manage and develop people
HR, performance management issues
Navigate politics
acutely aware of all moving parts and ready to navigate on a dime
Bottom-line responsibility
Grace under fire and accepting good with the bad
Move the needle
Seeing change/progress regularly
Personal relationships
Loyalty</li></ul>Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />8<br />
How many top titles in the AmLaw 100?<br />9<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
How long does it take?<br />Chief Marketing Officer<br />Director of BD<br />Regional Marketing/BD Manager<br />BD Manager...
Positions That Tap Out<br />Events<br />Public Relations<br />Writing<br />Graphic design<br /><ul><li>How can you keep yo...
And then make it happen?
What is your transferable skill set?</li></ul>11<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
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“Unpacking and Mapping Your Career Business Plan”

In this highly interactive session, participants will be asked to answer the following questions in order to help them “unpack” their current knowledge, skills and contacts:
• Who you are right now
• Who you know right now
• Where you may want to go and identifying gaps to find success

The speakers will guide participants through the various “compass points” that will reveal a holistic plan for what they need to do to have a successful career path.

• Credentials Plan: resume (employers, education, experience); skills building (stretch-assignments, internal &amp; external activities); motivation (finding your inner entrepreneur).
• Networking Plan: mapping out your network(s) for career advancement, identifying gaps in network, prioritizing activities/efforts, locating sponsors within the network, outlining career networking opportunities (professional associations, social media, writing articles &amp; presenting your credentials on a panel or as a keynote).
• Personal GPS Plan: asking yourself to answer questions honestly about your values, work-life balance and other personal drivers to ensure authenticity throughout your career.

We’ve all sat through career building session that focus on high-level concepts; this program allows the participants time during the session to unpack what they know and put it down on paper to reveal a path and the gaps that might be there.

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  • Tip: I remember who keeps in touch with me when they’re not looking. Stay on people’s radar when you don’t need them (in a genuine way)
  • Start as generalist, focus on BD and move up, broaden back out to gett exposure to broader practices on BD side/refreshing on Mar/Comms; refocus on BD.
  • Go to section #1 on worksheet here.
  • Start as generalist, focus on BD and move up, broaden back out to gett exposure to broader practices on BD side/refreshing on Mar/Comms; refocus on BD.
  • Use Katie Abbot example – designer who put idea forward of running creative department
  • Pop up video/Vh1 This plan requires you to filter; who is valuable to you right now and who is a time waster?
  • Here is where the filtering begins
  • Begin filtering. Go to #2 in worksheet
  • Go to #3 in worksheet
  • Jenn – give examples of candidates I placed who stay in touch and active – what are their attributes?
  • Mapping Your Career Business Plan Hoey.Johnson 2011

    1. 1. Unpacking and Mapping Your Career Business Plan<br />Presented By:<br />Kelly Hoey, Business Network Strategist<br />Jennifer Johnson, J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />1<br />
    2. 2. Overview<br />Credentials Plan: resume, skills, motivation<br />Networking Plan: who do you know, finding gaps, setting actions/intentions<br />Personal GPS: values, work-life balance, drivers<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />2<br />
    3. 3. Your Career: Own It<br />“The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but a lack of will.” - Vince Lombardi<br />3<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    4. 4. 4<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    5. 5. First Things First: Current Market Conditions<br />What is the market currently considering strong attributes/ valued skill sets?<br />Office/Regional Roles: broad exposure to events, proposals/pitches, communications<br />Business Development Roles: increasing level of responsibility and exposure as advisor to attorneys; deep knowledge of specific practices<br />Public Relations Roles: media contacts; proactive activities beyond basic releases<br />5<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    6. 6. Your Resume<br />Keep it updated and relevant even when you’re not looking!<br />On paper: paper resume is a great place to keep a running list accomplishments. Then tailor when ready by opportunity<br />6<br />Online: Update LinkedIn resume periodically so you can be found for opportunities<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    7. 7. Who Do You Want to Be?<br />Chief Marketing Officer<br />Director of BD<br />Regional Marketing/BD Manager<br />BD Manager - Transactional<br />BD Coordinator - Corporate<br />Senior Marketing Coordinator<br />Marketing Coordinator<br />7<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    8. 8. Who Do You Want To Be: Which of these most appeal to you?<br /><ul><li>Thought leadership
    9. 9. your own/original
    10. 10. Manage and develop people
    11. 11. HR, performance management issues
    12. 12. Navigate politics
    13. 13. acutely aware of all moving parts and ready to navigate on a dime
    14. 14. Bottom-line responsibility
    15. 15. Grace under fire and accepting good with the bad
    16. 16. Move the needle
    17. 17. Seeing change/progress regularly
    18. 18. Personal relationships
    19. 19. Loyalty</li></ul>Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />8<br />
    20. 20. How many top titles in the AmLaw 100?<br />9<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    21. 21. How long does it take?<br />Chief Marketing Officer<br />Director of BD<br />Regional Marketing/BD Manager<br />BD Manager - Transactional<br />BD Coordinator - Corporate<br />Senior Marketing Coordinator<br />Marketing Coordinator<br />10<br /> = 20+ years<br />= 15+ years<br />= 12+ years<br />= 10+ years<br />= 8 years<br />= 5 years<br />= 3-4 years<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    22. 22. Positions That Tap Out<br />Events<br />Public Relations<br />Writing<br />Graphic design<br /><ul><li>How can you keep your core interest while proactively redefining what it looks like?
    23. 23. And then make it happen?
    24. 24. What is your transferable skill set?</li></ul>11<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    25. 25. Assessment Trigger Points: When to take a close look?<br />No room to move up after 3 years<br />Uninterested in subject matter<br />Pigeon-holed<br />Your expertise is ready to shine<br />Firm shake-up<br />Topsy-turvy work-life balance<br />Market changes<br />12<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    26. 26. 13<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    27. 27. Career Plan or Just Luck?<br />LMA<br />Volunteering<br />Trainings<br />Contacts<br />Friends<br />Jobs<br />Social Media<br />Your Career<br />Next<br />Your Career Now <br />Skills <br />Work Colleagues<br />Internships<br />Education<br />Tasks <br />Conferences<br />14<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    28. 28. Why Network?<br />Career control<br />Understand career options<br />Visibility in the profession<br />Reputation Building (be sure to not let this one back fire on you…)<br />Hear about unadvertised opportunities<br />Locate mentors & sponsors<br />Peer support<br />Information exchange (“Best Practices”)<br />Learn new skills<br />Glass Ceiling<br />External Recognition<br />Share your experience & expertise<br />15<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    29. 29. 9-1-1 Networker<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />16<br />
    30. 30. Create Your Networking Plan<br />17<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    31. 31. Who Do You Know?<br />Volunteering<br />Your Career Next<br />Jobs<br />Internship<br /> Mentors<br />Sponsors<br />Skills <br />Your Career Now <br />LMA<br />Your Network<br />Friends<br />Work Colleagues<br />Education<br />Tasks <br />18<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    32. 32. Contacts + Opportunities =<br />Career Networking Opportunities<br />Follow-up<br />Personal CRM: keeping people advised of what you’re up to<br />GOAL<br />Gap activity<br />19<br />Gap activity<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    33. 33. Follow-up!<br />The Handwritten Note<br />Share Articles & Information<br />Be Curious and Stay Interested<br />Create Your Holiday Card List<br />Get Active on Social Media<br />20<br />“Persistence is the secret sauce that makes the difference”<br />– Pat Harris, McDonald’s <br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    34. 34. 21<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    35. 35. Personal GPS<br />What work do you love?<br />What career opportunities do you want more of?<br />Does your network support and encourage your professional ambitions?<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />22<br />
    36. 36. Mapping Your Career Business Plan<br />23<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />
    37. 37. Unpacking and Mapping Your Career Business Plan<br />Presented By:<br />Kelly Hoey, Business Network Strategist: jkellyhoey@gmail.com<br />Jennifer Johnson, J. Johnson Executive Search: jennifer@jjohnsonexecsearch.com<br />Copyright 2011 J. Kelly Hoey & J. Johnson Executive Search, Inc.<br />24<br />

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