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Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
Vermette UF 300 Chapter 16   Change
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  • 1. Chapter Sixteen: Directing Your Life through Continuous Positive Change We cannot become what we are capable of being by remaining who we are. Unknown Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 1
  • 2. Chapter Goals Learning • To accept change as a natural part of life. • To distinguish between navigators, survivors, and victims. • To practice "carpe manana." Ability • Understand the skills employers are looking for in employees. • Develop your own Career Plan. Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 2
  • 3. Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 3
  • 4. Change Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 4
  • 5. Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 5
  • 6. Ways of Responding to Change Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 6
  • 7. Carpe Manana Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 7 Today Tomorrow
  • 8. Phases of Change Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 8
  • 9. Skills Valued by Employers • Analytical • Communication • Computer • Flexibility/Adaptability • Initiative • Interpersonal • Problem Solving • Work Ethic • Teamwork • Technical Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 9
  • 10. Skills for Job Success Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 10
  • 11. Moving through the Organization Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 11
  • 12. Earning Extra Income Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 12
  • 13. Reactions to Losing a Job Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 13
  • 14. Finding the Sunrise Companies Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 14
  • 15. Questions for a Career Plan 1. What kind of work do you want to do? 2. What are you passionate about? 3. Are you a people person? Why or why not? 4. Do you want to live in a large city? 5. Are you willing to move around? Would you like a job that leads to an international position? Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 15
  • 16. Questions for a Career Plan 6. What are your strongest values? Does the company you are interested in match your values by their actions? 7. What kind of organization best fits your needs? Do you need to work for a large company, a small company, or do you need to start your own business? 8. Can you deal with the stress of high-powered career or would you be happier in a more laid back type of work? 9. Are your career aspirations really yours or are you trying to please someone else? 10. Are you driven by making a lot of money or a feeling of satisfaction in doing a good job and in doing what you always wanted to do? Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 16
  • 17. Chapter Reflections Chapter 16, Cornerstones for Professionalism, 2/e, Pearson Education 17

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