Lifetime Career Management (LCM)               Professor Peter Hill                   “The Career Doctor”      Founder & S...
Shanghai Professor of LCM• Certified Career Coach, The Five O’Clock Club® Guild• Certified Master Résumé Writer• Contribut...
Career Services and Market ActivityIndividuals     Range of functions, industries, and geographiesOrganizations    OCBC Ba...
Today     Two ParadigmsCareer Development Model     LCM Overview       Targeting       Résumés    Career changing
Paradigm 1The person who gets the job isn’talways the most qualified......it is often the person who knows themost about h...
Paradigm 2 a TARGETED approach is EFFECTIVE and EFFICIENT         and...There are no shortcuts!
Career Development Model
LCM Course             Career planning         Researching companiesCompetencies, voluntary work & internships          CV...
Career Development Model                              • Strengths                                                      • V...
Career Development Model                              • Strengths                                                      • V...
TargetingWhen your targets are wrong, EVERYTHING is wrong!                           3 Elements                           ...
Pairwork (5 minutes)Dobson Résumé: Before and AfterDiscuss the before and after versions.What key differences do you see? ...
Résumé Best Practices•   Well-positioned (i.e., it appeals to your targets)     •   Headlines & subheadlines in summary wo...
Résumé Best Practices•   Well-positioned (i.e., it appeals to your targets)     •   Headlines & subheadlines in summary wo...
American Airlines—Kahului, MauiStation Manager, Oct. 1994 – March 2008•Responsible for all flight arrival and departureope...
AMERICAN AIRLINES—KAHULUI, MAUI                          Oct 1994 – Mar 2008Station ManagerAs highest ranking company offi...
Career ChangeHARDER: Changing function AND industry.EASIER: Changing only function OR industry.Target growth industries.Ta...
Career ChangeMake yourself easier to categorize withwell-positioned communications.“Trust me” won’t work. Only insiders ge...
In Summary•   Career Development Model. Not just about job searching. We go    through it multiple times over the course o...
Q&A
Open House - Lifetime Career Management: Core Skills by Professor Hill
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  • What is career development in your country?Set expectations – we are not going to place you in a job you are responsible for managing your own careerNOT JOB SEARCH MODELProcess that ppl move through multiple times throughout careerHow many are doing MBA for career change?Assessment:Career LeaderGlobal Recruiting Schedule is happening soon...need to start applying now...even if not fully ready.Values, interests , Skills, Strengths ... Research....EXPLOREResearch..potential targets, geographiesCompanies....to nail down targets.DECIDESpecifically on Path and TargertsCreate PMPACTExecute the transition; the job searchEVAULATE/MANAGERe-evaluate
  • What is career development in your country?Set expectations – we are not going to place you in a job you are responsible for managing your own careerNOT JOB SEARCH MODELProcess that ppl move through multiple times throughout careerHow many are doing MBA for career change?Assessment:Career Leader(Global Recruiting Schedule is happening soon...need to start applying now...even if not fully ready.Values, interests , Skills, Strengths ... Research....In US, employers expect you to be able to speak about accomplishments...EXPLOREResearch..potential targets, geographiesCompanies....to nail down targets.DECIDESpecifically on TargertsACTEVAULATE/MANAGERe-evaluate
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  • Open House - Lifetime Career Management: Core Skills by Professor Hill

    1. 1. Lifetime Career Management (LCM) Professor Peter Hill “The Career Doctor” Founder & Senior Career Coach, P.H.I. Consulting March 3, 2012
    2. 2. Shanghai Professor of LCM• Certified Career Coach, The Five O’Clock Club® Guild• Certified Master Résumé Writer• Contributing author, 14 books• Visiting Lecturer CEIBS (MBA) Shanghai Jiao Tong University (MBA-C) Fudan University School of Management (MBA) Rutgers University (EMBA) Toyo University California State Univeristy University of Hawaii Hawaii Pacific University
    3. 3. Career Services and Market ActivityIndividuals Range of functions, industries, and geographiesOrganizations OCBC Bank Net Expat PricewaterhouseCoopers BlessingWhite Asia Pacific Microsoft International Chambers of CommerceMedia iTV-Asia: Internet Television for Business Harvard Business Review China Global Times eFinancialCareers
    4. 4. Today Two ParadigmsCareer Development Model LCM Overview Targeting Résumés Career changing
    5. 5. Paradigm 1The person who gets the job isn’talways the most qualified......it is often the person who knows themost about how to manage their careerand look for a job. and... There are no shortcuts!
    6. 6. Paradigm 2 a TARGETED approach is EFFECTIVE and EFFICIENT and...There are no shortcuts!
    7. 7. Career Development Model
    8. 8. LCM Course Career planning Researching companiesCompetencies, voluntary work & internships CVs & covering lettersPersonal branding and communicating EVP Networking Interviewing Salary negotiation Proactive & internal career management
    9. 9. Career Development Model • Strengths • Values • Career Vision • Interests, satisfiers/dissatisfiers of past jobs, past bosses • Career Leader• Manage internal career progression• Reflection• Weigh opportunities against career vision • Brainstorm possible targets • Conduct preliminary target investigation • Create resumes/letters/ 30-second pitch that appeals to targets • Refine and finalize target list • Execute the PMP (generating • Individual Career Plan and interviews...interviewing...turning interviews Personal Marketing Plan (PMP) into offers) • On-the-job contributions to business success
    10. 10. Career Development Model • Strengths • Values • Career Vision • Interests, satisfiers/dissatisfiers of past jobs, past bosses • Career Leader• Manage internal career progression• Reflection• Weigh opportunities against career vision • Brainstorm possible targets • Conduct preliminary target investigation • Create resumes/letters/ 30-second pitch that appeals to targets • Refine and finalize target list • Execute the PMP (generating • Personal Marketing Plan (PMP) interviews...interviewing...turning interviews into offers) • On-the-job contributions to business success
    11. 11. TargetingWhen your targets are wrong, EVERYTHING is wrong! 3 Elements 1. Geography 2. Role/Function 3. Industry
    12. 12. Pairwork (5 minutes)Dobson Résumé: Before and AfterDiscuss the before and after versions.What key differences do you see? • Content? • Strategy?How do the before and after versions compare to a typicalrésumé in your country?Other insights?
    13. 13. Résumé Best Practices• Well-positioned (i.e., it appeals to your targets) • Headlines & subheadlines in summary work well• Accomplishment-oriented• Core competencies crystal clear• Clean and consistent format • Avoid generic templates• Written in first person, but no “I” • Action verbs• No spelling mistakes • It is ok to bend the rules of grammar
    14. 14. Résumé Best Practices• Well-positioned (i.e., it appeals to your targets) • Headlines & subheadlines in summary work well• Accomplishment-oriented• Core competencies crystal clear• Clean and consistent format • Avoid generic templates• Written in first person, but no “I” • Action verbs• No spelling mistakes • It is ok to bend the rules of grammar
    15. 15. American Airlines—Kahului, MauiStation Manager, Oct. 1994 – March 2008•Responsible for all flight arrival and departureoperations.•Managed customer service, aircraftmaintenance, baggage, and cargo personnel.•Wrote and administered station budget. Handled payrolland benefits for customer service agents.•Worked closely with state and federal agencies, includingDepartment of Transportation.
    16. 16. AMERICAN AIRLINES—KAHULUI, MAUI Oct 1994 – Mar 2008Station ManagerAs highest ranking company official on the island, managed team of 60including customer service agents and operations, aircraft maintenance, andcargo personnel. Wrote and administered $2+ million operating budget.Served as liaison with all contract and state/federal agencies.Selected Contributions • Consistently operated station within 2% of budget. Managed 1000+ aircraft operations with zero aircraft damage. Set baggage records (50+% reduction in misdirected luggage) for Western region through teamwork and evaluation processes. • Spearheaded a $15+ million charter program with State Farm Insurance Company. Involved 30 Boeing 777 flights from U.S. mainland to Maui. • Played key role in landing a $275,000+/year contract. Provided ―above the wing‖ customer service for Continental Airlines’ new Houston–Maui service.
    17. 17. Career ChangeHARDER: Changing function AND industry.EASIER: Changing only function OR industry.Target growth industries.Target smaller companies.Expect a longer search.
    18. 18. Career ChangeMake yourself easier to categorize withwell-positioned communications.“Trust me” won’t work. Only insiders get hired, soyou MUST prove your interest and capability. • Read industry trade journals. • Get to know people in the industry or field. • Be persistent. • Join associations, attend the events, volunteer on a committee. • Write proposals. • Be persistent. • Take courses, part-time jobs, or do volunteer work related to the new industry or skill area. • Be persistent.
    19. 19. In Summary• Career Development Model. Not just about job searching. We go through it multiple times over the course of our careers.• LCM course. Covers every element of the model.• Targeting. More effective and efficient than a random approach based on luck.• Résumé. A well-positioned, accomplishment-oriented document that sells your EVP.• Career changing. Difficult and time-consuming, but not impossible.
    20. 20. Q&A

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