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Taking Charge, (2nd ed.), Chapter 8.3 Taking Charge, (2nd ed.), Chapter 8.3 Presentation Transcript

  • Dealing With Tests Section 8.3: Making the Grade In Your Professional Life Taking Charge: Chapter 8 © 2010 TSTC Publishing
  • Tests Are Not Over
    • Maintaining certifications
    • On-the-job training
    • Evaluations
    • Performance reviews
    • Ethical tests
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  • I Need Continuing Education?
    • CEU (Continuing education unit)
    • Ensures the professional stays aware of technologies, techniques and compliance issues
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  • I Need On-the-Job Training?
    • To make sure the employee has company-specific, or product-specific, knowledge needed to function in the organization
    • Fine tune the information learned in college
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  • Performance Reviews
    • At least one review per year
    • Measure:
      • Productivity
      • Attitudes
      • Accomplishments
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  • Performance Reviews (cont.)
    • Become familiar with the review process
    • Prepare for your upcoming review
    • What should you do if you get a poor review
    • What should you take away from a review?
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  • Ethics on the Job
    • If an issue arises:
      • Speak up
      • Escalate the issue
      • Make a formal complaint
      • Seek independent counsel
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  • Bringing It Together
    • Plan ahead
    • Have a strategy
    • Know what you stand for
    • Flex your ethical muscle
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  • Further Reflection
    • What will you never compromise?
    • What might you change depending on the context of a particular situation?
    • Think about a scenario in your career that might cause an ethical dilemma.
    © 2010 TSTC Publishing
  • Additional Resources
    • The Texas Workforce Commission http://www.twc.state.tx.us/
    • U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission http://www.eeoc.gov
    • Monster.com
    • www .monster.com
    © 2010 TSTC Publishing