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  • 1. P ERSONALD EVELOPMENTPresented by: Muhammad Umair Bukhari
  • 2. F O R M O RE H E L P C O N T ACT M EMuhammad Umair Bukhari Engr.umair.bukhari@gmail.com www.bzuiam.webs.com 03136050151
  • 3. I NTRODUCTION : Personal development includes activities that improve  Awareness and identity  Develop talents and potential  Build human capital and facilitates employability  Enhance quality of life and contribute to the realization of dreams and aspirations. Personal development refers to the methods, programs, tools, techniques, and assessment systems that support human development at the individual level in organizations.
  • 4.  At the level of the individual, personal development includes the following activities:  Improving self-awareness  Improving self-knowledge  Building or renewing identity  Improving wealth  Spiritual development  Building employability  Enhancing lifestyle or the quality of life  Improving health
  • 5. BEYOND IMPROVING ONESELF AND DEVELOPINGOTHERS, PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT IS A FIELD OFPRACTICE AND RESEARCH.As a field of practice it includes personaldevelopment methods, learning programs,assessment systems, tools and techniques.As a field of research, personaldevelopment topics increasingly appear inscientific journals, higher educationreviews, management journals andbusiness books.
  • 6. S TRUCTURE OF RELATIONSHIP : Even the smallest business have to communicate with a surprising number of people either through necessity or because it is the law Relationship is classified into two groups  Group1 : Relationship resulting from necessity  Group2 : relationship required by law
  • 7. Group 1 : Relationship resulting from necessitySuppliers Customers Bank Accountant solicitor One-person business Inland Custom Local Local Nation Authority Authority Agenciesrevenue & excise • Planning • Waste • Health • Tax • VAT dept. disposal and safety Group 2: Relationship required by law
  • 8. There is a point that no one can work in isolation.Let’s consider the situation,if you are an employer or an employee in a small, medium or large company. Then, You are going to be one of a team. You are going to communicate with others. Participate or co-operate ,and You are going to maintain good working relationships.
  • 9. H O W TO MAI NTAI N A GOOD WO RKI NGRELATI O NSHI P : Confrontation: confrontation is how the aggressive person works. Such a person demand to get his/her own way. However such aggressive person never win the respect of the people with whom he work, people will not loyal to that person. There would be no good expecting co- operation where extra effort is required to complete an urgent order on time. Cooperation: cooperation is how sensible, civilized people work. They collaborate & help each other. In this way they gain respect for each other. This results in the development of efficient working relationship. In an emergency everyone can make maximum effort and help each other.
  • 10. How to maintain a good workingrelationship: Reading people: As a person become more experienced in dealing with people, he will realize that the most important skill is to ‘‘ r e a d t h e i r m o o d s . ’’  you must be able to realize with whom you can have a joke and with whom you can’t.  you need to know who only wants a ‘ y e s o r n o ’ answer and who prefer to discuss a problem.  You need to know when to be friendly and when to be cold.
  • 11. H O W TO M AKE A G O OD I M PR ESSI O N INRELATI O NSHI P ? Develop a habit of good time-keeping and regular attendance. Be neat and clean in your appearance. Keep your work area neat and clean & keep your tools and instruments in good condition. Keep your paper-work up to date, fill it neatly and keep it clean in a plastic folder. Fill your paper-work systematically, so that you can produce it for your instructor or your training manager on demand. Be reliable so that people quickly find that they can depend upon you Always try your hardest and do your best.
  • 12. ATTITUDE : When you enter the world of industry you are a very new, very unimportant and very expandable member of the work force. Those who demonstrate good attitude are the most likely to the succeed. The greatest incentive to learning a trade is the earning power. To learn a trade you need a skilled help and advice of lot of the people. You must respect their skill and experience if you are to get their help and advice in return.
  • 13. S UGGESTIONS : Dress in the way recommended by your company. Many firms provide smart overalls bearing the company logo. Do not start the work looking dirty. For example, a long hairstyle gives a bad impression. Listen carefully to the instructions your instructor gives to you, particularly safety instructions.  Never operate a machine or carry out a process. if you are in a doubt.  Always confirm the correct procedure with your instructor.
  • 14. B EHAVIOUR : In an industrial environment horseplay and fooling all around such as pushing, shouting, throwing things and jokes by a person or group of persons.  Engineering equipments are potentially very dangerous and this sort of behavior cannot be tolerated in an industrial environment. The positive attitude to be taken up as well, for example, keep your work station clean and tidy to prevent accident due to slipping.  A rubbish can lead to fire when welding or flame cutting.
  • 15. T EAM WORK : Quite often you will have to work as q member of a team. This requires a quite different skills in interpersonal relationship that when you are working on your own or under the guidance of your instructor. For example, Consider the lifting of large and heavy packing case , when mechanical lifting gear is not available. Like any team, the lifting party has a team leader (captain) that person must have the respect and confidence of all the other members of the team because of his/her own experience and expertise. One “odd ball” going his/her own way at a certain moment could cause an accident and injury to other members of the team.
  • 16. P ERSONAL D EVELOPMENT S URVEYA survey of 2nd, 3rd and 4th year undergraduates was run in 2010 to review personaldevelopment. Students commented that their modules and extracurricular activities had improvedtheir confidence to tackle unfamiliar problems and to present themselves withconfidence.