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Managing One's Career Through A Time Of Recession

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  • 1. Managing One’s Career Through a Time of Recession CIMA Meeting: Alexander Hotel, June 9, 2009 Tom O’Connor, Torc Consulting Group
  • 2. Things To Talk About
    • Career Management
      • Strategic Framework
    • Self Awareness
      • Personal Traits
      • Useful Tools
    • Issues With Career & Job Change
      • Discomfort & Uncertainty
    • Practical Tools That Can Help
      • To Explore & Project Manage
    • Impact of Recession
  • 3.  
  • 4.
    • “ If we are to be successful in life, we must learn how to manage ourselves: how to develop ourselves, where to place ourselves to make the biggest contribution and how and when to change the work we do. To manage ourselves we must ask some probing questions about ourselves:
        • What are my strengths?
        • What are my values?
        • Where do I belong?
        • What should I contribute?
        • How do I perform?
        • How do I manage relationships?
        • What about the 2 nd half of my life
    Peter F. Drucker, “Managing Oneself” (HBR, Mar-Apr 1999:65-74)
  • 5. The 16 Personality Types Harmoniser Planner Designer Promoter Motivator Analyser Developer Performer Advocate Explorer Implementor Caretaker Mentor Strategist Protector Conceptualiser
  • 6. Right Mode Thinking Processes Left Mode Thinking Processes Upper Mode Thinking Processes Lower Mode Thinking Processes D Upper Right A Upper Left B Lower Left C Lower Right LOGICAL ANALYTICAL FACT-BASED QUANTITATIVE ORGANIZED SEQUENTIAL PLANNED DETAILED HOLISTIC INTUITIVE INTEGRATING SYNTHESIZING INTERPERSONAL FEELING-BASED KINESTHETIC EMOTIONAL WHOLE BRAIN MODEL
  • 7. Likeability
    • Body language (Visual)
      • Contributes 55%
    • Tone of voice (Vocal)
      • Contributes 38%
    • Actual words (Verbal)
      • Contributes 7%
    Albert Mehrabian, specifies that Total Likeability can be divided into 3 factors:
  • 8. Whom Would You Hire? A B C F E D
  • 9. Prospect Theory Daniel Kahneman Princeton University Born: 1934
    • 2002 Nobel Prize-winner in Economics
  • 10. JibberJobber is…
    • JibberJobber is a career management tool that helps you track and nurture relationships. It is a personal relationship manager that helps you manage a job search and optimize your network relationships - for the rest of your career!
  • 11. Job-Search Management Tool
  • 12. Joel Barker 1950-
    • The ‘Paradigm Man’
  • 13. Job-Search – Key Components
    • CV Preparation & Market Analysis
    • Career Planning – incl. Reinvention, Freelancing & Sector-Change
    • Self-Awareness (Thinking & Behavioural) & Interview Skills
    • Structured Job-Search – incl., Networking, Social Media & Project Management
  • 14. GNP per capita Source: ESRI - Bergin, Conefrey, FitzGerald and Kearney, 2009
  • 15. … . May 14, 2009 We leave l ast word to O'Leary of Ryanair. Michael …. is ebullient about his low-cost carrier's prospects … & a huge fan of Irish ingenuity: "We'll mop the floor with every airline in Europe! Maybe, we drink too much, but the Irish are brilliant people"
  • 16.
    • Tom O’Connor
    • Torc Consulting Group
    • 4 Lower Pembroke St.
    • Dublin 2
    • Ph: +353-1-6623020
    • [email_address]
    For further information, please contact:

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