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The Power of Engagement

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The new metrics for performance is about the rules of work engagement. This presentation must be viewed with the slide handouts to understand the theme better

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The Power of Engagement

  1. 1. EngagementEngagementEngagementEngagement The New metrics of PERFORMANCEThe New metrics of PERFORMANCE
  2. 2. Engagement is all about InvolvementEngagement is all about Involvement and Commitmentand Commitment
  3. 3. PeoplePeople
  4. 4. OrganizationsOrganizations
  5. 5. OrganizationsOrganizations
  6. 6. GoodGood EmployeesEmployees
  7. 7. I am sure all of us will agree that we all are notI am sure all of us will agree that we all are not onlyonly GOODGOOD BUTBUT EXCELELENTEXCELELENT peoplepeople
  8. 8. We love to prefix all possibleWe love to prefix all possible ADJECTIVES to ourADJECTIVES to our We love to prefix all possibleWe love to prefix all possible ADJECTIVES to ourADJECTIVES to ourADJECTIVES to ourADJECTIVES to our Names…Names… ADJECTIVES to ourADJECTIVES to our Names…Names…
  9. 9. TheThe question?question?TheThe question?question?
  10. 10. Is it our definition ofIs it our definition of GOOD that matters?GOOD that matters? Is it our definition ofIs it our definition of GOOD that matters?GOOD that matters?GOOD that matters?GOOD that matters?GOOD that matters?GOOD that matters?
  11. 11. Is it Organization’sIs it Organization’s definition of GOOD thatdefinition of GOOD that Is it Organization’sIs it Organization’s definition of GOOD thatdefinition of GOOD thatdefinition of GOOD thatdefinition of GOOD that matters?matters? definition of GOOD thatdefinition of GOOD that matters?matters?
  12. 12. OUTSIDEOUTSIDE INNINN OUTSIDEOUTSIDE INNINN
  13. 13. Definition of GOODDefinition of GOODDefinition of GOODDefinition of GOOD
  14. 14. Are you DependableAre you Dependable?? CanCanDo Types..Do Types..NOTNOTCanCanDo Types..Do Types..NOTNOT WillWillDo TypesDo Types
  15. 15. Are you GOODAre you GOOD atat Communication ?Communication ? Ability to ExpressAbility to Express clearlyclearly Composure of thoughtComposure of thought
  16. 16. Are you a GOOD ListenerAre you a GOOD Listener?? Follow instructions andFollow instructions and LeadLead
  17. 17. Are you best suited for the Job?Are you best suited for the Job? Your CapabilitiesYour Capabilities
  18. 18. Do you have the PersonalityDo you have the Personality?? AppearanceAppearance
  19. 19. How good is your BodyHow good is your Body Language?Language?Language?Language? Postures and GesturesPostures and Gestures
  20. 20. How good is your Mannerism?How good is your Mannerism? EtiquettesEtiquettes
  21. 21. Your JOB related awarenessYour JOB related awareness?? KnowledgeKnowledge
  22. 22. Your JOB related awarenessYour JOB related awareness?? TheoreticalTheoretical
  23. 23. Your JOB related awarenessYour JOB related awareness?? Perfect blend of Theory & ApplicationPerfect blend of Theory & Application
  24. 24. HowHow well you are groundedwell you are grounded??HowHow well you are groundedwell you are grounded?? Morally and SociallyMorally and Socially
  25. 25. How IMPORTANT is yourHow IMPORTANT is yourHow IMPORTANT is yourHow IMPORTANT is your CAREERCAREER??
  26. 26. If you focus onIf you focus on RESULT,RESULT, you will never Changeyou will never Changeyou will never Changeyou will never Change If you focus onIf you focus on CHANGE,CHANGE, you will get resultyou will get result
  27. 27. GOOD jobs..GOOD jobs..
  28. 28. BADBAD....
  29. 29. REASONSREASONS
  30. 30. Perfect MISMATCHPerfect MISMATCH
  31. 31. WeakWeak CommunicationCommunication Composure of thoughtsComposure of thoughts
  32. 32. ClarityClarity ofof ExpressionExpression PoorPoor LISTENINGLISTENING habitshabits “Running tapes in head”“Running tapes in head”
  33. 33. LackLack ofof JobJob AwarenessAwareness
  34. 34. LackLack ofof ApplicationApplication I am too se.... for this jobI am too se.... for this job
  35. 35. LackLack ofof ExposureExposure
  36. 36. Above ALLAbove ALL
  37. 37. When companies hire,When companies hire, Language andLanguage and Communication skills are basics...Communication skills are basics... What matters the mostWhat matters the mostWhat matters the mostWhat matters the most Is OURIs OUR ATTITUDEATTITUDE
  38. 38. The majority of employers find itThe majority of employers find it difficult to assess candidates’difficult to assess candidates’ SOFT SKILLSSOFT SKILLS therefore find it most difficulttherefore find it most difficult to select candidatesto select candidatesto select candidatesto select candidates -- with appropriate skills,with appropriate skills, -- ability to multiability to multi--tasktask -- and right level ofand right level of commitment to the jobcommitment to the job
  39. 39. Hiring Mistakes…Hiring Mistakes…Hiring Mistakes…Hiring Mistakes…
  40. 40. People often get selectedPeople often get selected simply becausesimply because they click in the interview.they click in the interview.they click in the interview.they click in the interview.
  41. 41. People most of the time get selectedPeople most of the time get selected because of references (obligations)because of references (obligations)because of references (obligations)because of references (obligations) HARDHARD to say NOto say NO
  42. 42. People often get selected who share somePeople often get selected who share some common backgroundcommon background –– School, College orSchool, College or TrainingTrainingTrainingTraining HomogenousHomogenous Like minded peopleLike minded people
  43. 43. Most IMPORTANTLY recruitersMost IMPORTANTLY recruiters Tend to select people who are under someTend to select people who are under someTend to select people who are under someTend to select people who are under some obligation and assume they will neverobligation and assume they will never BeBe THREATTHREAT to their Job or Positionto their Job or Position WEAK CANDIDATUREWEAK CANDIDATURE
  44. 44. AA AAAA
  45. 45. AttitudeAttitude AptitudeAptitude
  46. 46. AptitudeAptitudeAptitudeAptitude
  47. 47. AttitudeAttitude ?? AttitudeAttitude ??
  48. 48. Bad attitudesBad attitudes that isn’tthat isn’t in line with thein line with thein line with thein line with the company culturecompany culture leads to highleads to high turnover.turnover.
  49. 49. Low moraleLow morale –– Lack EnthusiasmLack Enthusiasm Funky productivityFunky productivity Low moraleLow morale –– Lack EnthusiasmLack Enthusiasm Funky productivityFunky productivityFunky productivityFunky productivity High expectationsHigh expectations Low performanceLow performance Funky productivityFunky productivity High expectationsHigh expectations Low performanceLow performance Bad AttitudesBad AttitudesBad AttitudesBad Attitudes
  50. 50. STARSTAR PERFORMERPERFORMER Ability to do the workAbility to do the work OpenOpen-- mindedminded Learn & TeachLearn & Teach CONSISTENTLYCONSISTENTLY COMPETENTCOMPETENT Ability to do the workAbility to do the work Behaviour supportBehaviour support Work & peopleWork & people TRAIN & DEVELOPTRAIN & DEVELOP Build their skillsBuild their skills APTITUDEvs.ATTITUDEAPTITUDEvs.ATTITUDEAPTITUDEvs.ATTITUDEAPTITUDEvs.ATTITUDE GOOD FitGOOD Fit ATTITUDEATTITUDE TALENTED TERRORTALENTED TERROR Can do the workCan do the work Close mindedClose minded Believes to knowBelieves to know everythingeverything UP or OUTUP or OUT Needs to ImproveNeeds to Improve PERFORMANCEPERFORMANCE ATTITUDEATTITUDE INCONSISTENTLYINCONSISTENTLY COMPETENTCOMPETENT Needs supervisionNeeds supervision Alienate behaviourAlienate behaviour INCONSISTENTLYINCONSISTENTLY COMPETENTCOMPETENT Needs supervisionNeeds supervision Alienate behaviourAlienate behaviour APTITUDEvs.ATTITUDEAPTITUDEvs.ATTITUDEAPTITUDEvs.ATTITUDEAPTITUDEvs.ATTITUDE POOR FitPOOR Fit ATTITUDEATTITUDE APTITUDEAPTITUDE
  51. 51. The Right fit...The Right fit...
  52. 52. BehaviourBehaviourSkillsSkills The Right fit..The Right fit.. KnowledgeKnowledge Has sufficientHas sufficient relevant understandingrelevant understanding
  53. 53. combination ofcombination of KKnowledge,nowledge, SSkills andkills and BBehavioursehavioursBBehavioursehaviours QUALITIESQUALITIES
  54. 54. The Right / Perfect fit..The Right / Perfect fit.. 1.1. AccountabilityAccountability 2.2. Good Listener & ThinkerGood Listener & Thinker 3.3. Has sense of GRATITUDEHas sense of GRATITUDE 4.4. CommitmentCommitment4.4. CommitmentCommitment 5.5. Communicate clearly & preciselyCommunicate clearly & precisely 6.6. Responsibly work in TEAMResponsibly work in TEAM 7.7. Honest, Sincere....Honest, Sincere.... 8.8. SkilfulSkilful
  55. 55. But ... most of us have a commonBut ... most of us have a common career concern....career concern....
  56. 56. We have our expectation from theWe have our expectation from the Organization?Organization?
  57. 57. What is yourWhat is your definition ofdefinition of REWARDINGREWARDING CAREER?CAREER?
  58. 58. Stable Career pathStable Career path JOBJOB SECURITYSECURITY HEAVYHEAVY INCREMENTSINCREMENTS
  59. 59. Stable Career pathStable Career path MAXIMUMMAXIMUM BENEFITSBENEFITS LESSLESS ACCOUNTABLITYACCOUNTABLITY
  60. 60. Stable Career pathStable Career path MINIMUMMINIMUM WORKLOADWORKLOAD MAXIMUMMAXIMUM RECOGNITIONRECOGNITION
  61. 61. Stable Career pathStable Career path LIFELIFE WORKWORK BALANCEBALANCE CAREERCAREER ENHANCEMENTENHANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIESOPPORTUNITIES
  62. 62. Stable Career pathStable Career path –– more personalized definition goes here...more personalized definition goes here... ?? ??
  63. 63. Stable career paths areStable career paths are DISAPPEARINGDISAPPEARING..
  64. 64. Stability is precursor toStability is precursor to DEATHDEATHStability is precursor toStability is precursor to DEATHDEATH
  65. 65. Every Organization gets its identityEvery Organization gets its identity from individuals working for it.from individuals working for it. Every Organization gets its identityEvery Organization gets its identity from individuals working for it.from individuals working for it.
  66. 66. Organization’s definition of SUCCESSOrganization’s definition of SUCCESS Business Goals, Values & StrategyBusiness Goals, Values & Strategy Organization’s definition of SUCCESSOrganization’s definition of SUCCESS Business Goals, Values & StrategyBusiness Goals, Values & Strategy
  67. 67. Individual’s definition of SUCCESSIndividual’s definition of SUCCESS Promotion, Reward, Recognition & Vacation..???Promotion, Reward, Recognition & Vacation..??? Individual’s definition of SUCCESSIndividual’s definition of SUCCESS Promotion, Reward, Recognition & Vacation..???Promotion, Reward, Recognition & Vacation..???
  68. 68. Definition of SUCCESS variesDefinition of SUCCESS variesDefinition of SUCCESS variesDefinition of SUCCESS varies
  69. 69. EveryEvery IndividualIndividual tends to work for theirtends to work for their MAXIMUM SatisfactionMAXIMUM Satisfaction EveryEvery IndividualIndividual tends to work for theirtends to work for their MAXIMUM SatisfactionMAXIMUM Satisfaction
  70. 70. Individuals represents all 3 levels ofIndividuals represents all 3 levels of ManagementManagement Individuals represents all 3 levels ofIndividuals represents all 3 levels of ManagementManagement
  71. 71. Organization is pursuing its definitionOrganization is pursuing its definition of SUCCESSof SUCCESS
  72. 72. Individuals are pursuing their definitionIndividuals are pursuing their definition of SUCCESSof SUCCESS
  73. 73. Organization and IndividualsOrganization and Individuals Intercept each other every dayIntercept each other every day At point called..At point called.. JOBJOBJOBJOB
  74. 74. Organization expectsOrganization expects MAXIMUM CONTRIBUTIONMAXIMUM CONTRIBUTION
  75. 75. Individual expectsIndividual expects MAXIMUM SATISFACTIONMAXIMUM SATISFACTION
  76. 76. Organization expectsOrganization expects MAXIMUM CONTRIBUTIONMAXIMUM CONTRIBUTION ENGAGEMENTENGAGEMENT Individualexpects Individualexpects MAXIMUMSATISFACTION MAXIMUMSATISFACTION ENGAGEMENTENGAGEMENT
  77. 77. REASONABLEREASONABLE CONTRIBUTIONCONTRIBUTION MAXIMUMMAXIMUM SATISFACTIONSATISFACTION MAXIMUMSATISFACTIONMAXIMUMSATISFACTION MAXIMUMMAXIMUM CONTRIBUTIONCONTRIBUTION MAXIMUMMAXIMUM SATISFACTIONSATISFACTION 22 MAXIMUMSATISFACTIONMAXIMUMSATISFACTION MAXIMUM CONTRIBUTIONMAXIMUM CONTRIBUTION MINIMUMMINIMUM CONTRIBUTIONCONTRIBUTION MINIMUMMINIMUM SATISFACTIONSATISFACTION MAXIMUMMAXIMUM CONTRIBUTIONCONTRIBUTION MINIMUMMINIMUM SATISFACTIONSATISFACTION 11
  78. 78. Engagement should be a DAILY PriorityEngagement should be a DAILY Priority
  79. 79. ManagersManagers ExecutivesExecutives IndividualsIndividuals ExecutivesExecutives
  80. 80. ACTACT AA –– AssessAssess –– Goals, aspirationsGoals, aspirations –– success def.success def. CC –– CommunicateCommunicate –– share with Mgrs.share with Mgrs. TT –– Take ActionTake Action –– find the way aheadfind the way ahead IndividualsIndividuals TT –– Take ActionTake Action –– find the way aheadfind the way ahead
  81. 81. ManagersManagers CARECARE CC –– CoachCoachCC –– CoachCoach AA –– AlignAlign RR –– RecognizeRecognize EE -- EngageEngage
  82. 82. ExecutivesExecutives CASECASE CC –– CommunityCommunity ExecutivesExecutivesCC –– CommunityCommunity AA -- AuthenticityAuthenticity SS –– SignificanceSignificance EE -- ExcitementExcitement
  83. 83. ENGAGEMENTENGAGEMENT VOLUNTEERVOLUNTEER to work into work in TEAMSTEAMS IndividualsIndividuals
  84. 84. ManagersManagers ENGAGEMENTENGAGEMENT FAIRFAIR ResourceResource ALLOCATIONALLOCATION && UTILIZATIONUTILIZATION
  85. 85. ExecutivesExecutivesExecutivesExecutives ENGAGEMENTENGAGEMENT Foster Sense ofFoster Sense of COMMUNITYCOMMUNITY in the Org.in the Org.
  86. 86. HELP!HELP! ExecutivesExecutives ManagersManagers IndividualsIndividuals HELP!HELP!
  87. 87. MakeMake HELPINGHELPING as the norm.as the norm.
  88. 88. CollaborativeCollaborative GENEROSITY!GENEROSITY!
  89. 89. Culture of HELPING!Culture of HELPING!
  90. 90. HELPING BehaviourHELPING Behaviour
  91. 91. Why HELPING is soWhy HELPING is so DIFFICULT!DIFFICULT!
  92. 92. Helpfulness doesn’t ariseHelpfulness doesn’t arise automatically among peopleautomatically among people
  93. 93. People in Social Groups experiencePeople in Social Groups experience conflicting Impulsesconflicting Impulses
  94. 94. A potential HELPER is often inclined toA potential HELPER is often inclined to COMPETECOMPETE
  95. 95. A potential HELP seeker often takesA potential HELP seeker often takes PRIDEPRIDE in doing alonein doing alone
  96. 96. A potential HELP SEEKER oftenA potential HELP SEEKER often DISTRUSTDISTRUST the potential HELPERthe potential HELPER
  97. 97. HESITATIONHESITATION –– Norm of ReciprocityNorm of Reciprocity
  98. 98. HESITATIONHESITATION –– Norm of IncapabilityNorm of Incapability
  99. 99. BEST HELPERS = GREATEST EXPERTISEBEST HELPERS = GREATEST EXPERTISE
  100. 100. ATTITUDEATTITUDE
  101. 101. TRUST and ACCESSIBILITYTRUST and ACCESSIBILITY Supersedes theSupersedes theSupersedes theSupersedes the COMPETENCECOMPETENCE
  102. 102. ENGAGEMENTENGAGEMENT Professional with HIGH level of CommitmentProfessional with HIGH level of Commitment
  103. 103. Perfect BalancingPerfect Balancing 11 22 33
  104. 104. WORK LIFEWORK LIFE 11
  105. 105. NEGOTIATIONNEGOTIATION 22
  106. 106. RISKRISK 33
  107. 107. 1111 WORK LIFE BALANCEWORK LIFE BALANCE
  108. 108. High Paying JobHigh Paying Job
  109. 109. Not only You butNot only You but
  110. 110. Want your type of DREAM JOBWant your type of DREAM JOB
  111. 111. For anything DESIRABLEFor anything DESIRABLE There isThere is COMPETETION!COMPETETION!
  112. 112. The only way toThe only way to EARN your DREAM JOBEARN your DREAM JOB
  113. 113. GetGet FULL ENGAGEMENTFULL ENGAGEMENT ShowShow ENTHUSIASMENTHUSIASM
  114. 114. FULL ENGAGEMENTFULL ENGAGEMENT Is a place where Organization and IndividualIs a place where Organization and Individual EXPECTATIONS MEETEXPECTATIONS MEET
  115. 115. Competitive AdvantageCompetitive Advantage Combination ofCombination of 1.1. Our AssetsOur Assets 2.2. AspirationsAspirations2.2. AspirationsAspirations 3.3. ExpectationsExpectations
  116. 116. Our ASSETSOur ASSETSOur ASSETSOur ASSETS
  117. 117. KNOWLEDGEKNOWLEDGE AwarenessAwareness
  118. 118. AppearanceAppearance ConfidenceConfidence
  119. 119. PersonalityPersonality Gestures & posturesGestures & postures
  120. 120. Our ASPIRATIONOur ASPIRATIONOur ASPIRATIONOur ASPIRATION
  121. 121. EXPECTATIIONSEXPECTATIIONSEXPECTATIIONSEXPECTATIIONS
  122. 122. Market Realities.Market Realities.Market Realities.Market Realities.
  123. 123. EXPECTATIIONSEXPECTATIIONSEXPECTATIIONSEXPECTATIIONSEXPECTATIIONSEXPECTATIIONSEXPECTATIIONSEXPECTATIIONS ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALS
  124. 124. REMEMBERREMEMBER It is all a matter ofIt is all a matter of GIVE and TAKEGIVE and TAKE REMEMBERREMEMBER It is all a matter ofIt is all a matter of GIVE and TAKEGIVE and TAKE
  125. 125. The best career allows you to pursueThe best career allows you to pursue WorthyWorthy ASPIRATIONSASPIRATIONS, using your, using your ASSETSASSETS While navigating theWhile navigating the MARKET REALITIESMARKET REALITIES
  126. 126. Realize your TRUE potentialRealize your TRUE potential
  127. 127. Who Says...?Who Says...?SELF AWARENESSSELF AWARENESS –– Not what other say…Not what other say…
  128. 128. ACCEPT your WEAKNESSESACCEPT your WEAKNESSES
  129. 129. DO NOTDO NOT DEFEND /DEFEND / PRETENDPRETEND
  130. 130. VOLUNTEERVOLUNTEER -- HELP OTHERSHELP OTHERS
  131. 131. This way you learn to understandThis way you learn to understand Other people’sOther people’s NEEDSNEEDS
  132. 132. HELP andHELP and GROW!GROW!
  133. 133. 22 NEGOTIATIONNEGOTIATION 22
  134. 134. That's OBVIOUS!That's OBVIOUS!
  135. 135. NEGOTIATIONNEGOTIATION is a SERIOUS Issueis a SERIOUS Issueis a SERIOUS Issueis a SERIOUS Issue
  136. 136. NEGOTIATE with PURPOSENEGOTIATE with PURPOSE Every JOB boils to negotiating with PEOPLEEvery JOB boils to negotiating with PEOPLE
  137. 137. PEOPLE controlPEOPLE control RESOURCES , OPPORTUNITIES & INFORMATIONRESOURCES , OPPORTUNITIES & INFORMATION
  138. 138. OPPORTUNITIES areOPPORTUNITIES are attached toattached to PEOPLEPEOPLE
  139. 139. If you’re looking forIf you’re looking for looking for a PERSONlooking for a PERSON If you’re looking forIf you’re looking for OPPORTUNITIES, you’re reallyOPPORTUNITIES, you’re really looking for a PERSONlooking for a PERSON
  140. 140. BUT REMEMBER!BUT REMEMBER!
  141. 141. The PEOPLE you spend time will SHAPEThe PEOPLE you spend time will SHAPE WHO you are and WHO you will BECOMEWHO you are and WHO you will BECOME
  142. 142. CHANGE yourself by hangingCHANGE yourself by hanging with PEOPLE who are alreadywith PEOPLE who are already THE WAY YOU WANT TO BE!THE WAY YOU WANT TO BE!
  143. 143. Meet New PEOPLEMeet New PEOPLE Via PEOPLE YOU ALREADY KNOWVia PEOPLE YOU ALREADY KNOW CIRCLE OF INFLUENCECIRCLE OF INFLUENCE
  144. 144. Meet New PEOPLEMeet New PEOPLE MOVEMOVE –– WALK AROUNDWALK AROUND
  145. 145. Meet New PEOPLEMeet New PEOPLE DISCUSSDISCUSS -- Talk about ..Talk about ..
  146. 146. Start the CONVERSATIONStart the CONVERSATION
  147. 147. POSSIBLYPOSSIBLY It’s very likely thatIt’s very likely that SOMEONE YOUSOMEONE YOU ALREADY KNOWALREADY KNOWALREADY KNOWALREADY KNOW Knows someoneKnows someone Who could beWho could be GREAT HELPGREAT HELP To You!To You!
  148. 148. Of Extending HELP!Of Extending HELP!
  149. 149. 3333 Manage RISKManage RISK
  150. 150. AfraidAfraid
  151. 151. RISK of FAILURERISK of FAILURE
  152. 152. To know the best planTo know the best plan You have to...You have to...
  153. 153. ee
  154. 154. LEARN by DOING!LEARN by DOING!
  155. 155. NOT by PASSING to OTHERSNOT by PASSING to OTHERS
  156. 156. Take the INITIATIVETake the INITIATIVE DON’T WAIT for Instructions!DON’T WAIT for Instructions!
  157. 157. Not sure .... What to do?Not sure .... What to do?
  158. 158. Spend some time!Spend some time!
  159. 159. CURIOUSCURIOUS Other person JOB is a better thanOther person JOB is a better than what you are currently doing?what you are currently doing? The other side of grass is always GREENThe other side of grass is always GREEN
  160. 160. FOCUS ON YOUR WORKFOCUS ON YOUR WORK –– Don’t be suggestiveDon’t be suggestive
  161. 161. VOLUNTEERVOLUNTEER -- CAN I BE OF ANY HELP TO YOUCAN I BE OF ANY HELP TO YOU
  162. 162. STRATEGY OF EXTENDING HELPSTRATEGY OF EXTENDING HELP
  163. 163. HELP others achieve their TRUE POTENTIALHELP others achieve their TRUE POTENTIAL
  164. 164. DO SOMETHING..DO SOMETHING..
  165. 165. ACTIONACTION help ushelp us DiscoverDiscover where we want towhere we want to GoGo and also how toand also how to GETGET therethere
  166. 166. MOST SUCCESSFUL PROFESSIONALSMOST SUCCESSFUL PROFESSIONALS Knows how & when to take INTELLIGENT RISKSKnows how & when to take INTELLIGENT RISKS
  167. 167. Most of us assume that weMost of us assume that we can get career stability bycan get career stability bycan get career stability bycan get career stability by MINIMIZING RISKMINIMIZING RISK
  168. 168. Stability is precursor toStability is precursor to DEATHDEATHStability is precursor toStability is precursor to DEATHDEATH
  169. 169. Stable career paths areStable career paths are DISAPPEARINGDISAPPEARING..
  170. 170. PLAYING SAFEPLAYING SAFE is one of theis one of the RISKIESTRISKIEST thing one can dothing one can doRISKIESTRISKIEST thing one can dothing one can do
  171. 171. DO NOT AVOID RISK,DO NOT AVOID RISK, TAKE INTELLIGENT RISKSTAKE INTELLIGENT RISKS
  172. 172. Always Focus onAlways Focus on LEARNINGLEARNING
  173. 173. NOTNOT
  174. 174. Position, Power and ComfortPosition, Power and ComfortPosition, Power and ComfortPosition, Power and Comfort
  175. 175. Do not DISMISS a ASSIGNEMENTDo not DISMISS a ASSIGNEMENTDo not DISMISS a ASSIGNEMENTDo not DISMISS a ASSIGNEMENTDo not DISMISS a ASSIGNEMENTDo not DISMISS a ASSIGNEMENT Just because you keep hearing what othersJust because you keep hearing what others have to say…….have to say……. Do not DISMISS a ASSIGNEMENTDo not DISMISS a ASSIGNEMENT Just because you keep hearing what othersJust because you keep hearing what others have to say…….have to say…….
  176. 176. ALL are Actions are withALL are Actions are with PREDEFINED INTENTIONSPREDEFINED INTENTIONS ALL are Actions are withALL are Actions are with PREDEFINED INTENTIONSPREDEFINED INTENTIONS
  177. 177. LosingLosing Extra timeExtra timeLosingLosing Extra timeExtra time LosingLosing Extra MoneyExtra Money Working HardWorking Hard SomeSome discomfortdiscomfort –– work life adj.work life adj. IT IS A RISK ONE SHOULD BE WILLING TO TAKEIT IS A RISK ONE SHOULD BE WILLING TO TAKE ((Intelligent RiskIntelligent Risk))
  178. 178. The BEST OPPORTUNITIES are the onesThe BEST OPPORTUNITIES are the ones with the MOST QUESTION MARKSwith the MOST QUESTION MARKS The BEST OPPORTUNITIES are the onesThe BEST OPPORTUNITIES are the ones with the MOST QUESTION MARKSwith the MOST QUESTION MARKS
  179. 179. Most of us AVOID ALTOGETHERMost of us AVOID ALTOGETHER when in doubtwhen in doubt Most of us AVOID ALTOGETHERMost of us AVOID ALTOGETHER when in doubtwhen in doubt
  180. 180. Take INTELLIGENT RISKSTake INTELLIGENT RISKS SEEK for OPPORTUNITIES other MISSSEEK for OPPORTUNITIES other MISS Take INTELLIGENT RISKSTake INTELLIGENT RISKS SEEK for OPPORTUNITIES other MISSSEEK for OPPORTUNITIES other MISS
  181. 181. Volunteer to participate & LEADVolunteer to participate & LEADVolunteer to participate & LEADVolunteer to participate & LEAD
  182. 182. We all areWe all are WIPWIP WORK IN PROGRESSWORK IN PROGRESSWORK IN PROGRESSWORK IN PROGRESS
  183. 183. EachEachEachEach DayDayDayDay Presents anPresents anPresents anPresents an pportunitypportunitypportunitypportunitytotototo pportunitypportunitypportunitypportunitytotototo LEARN MORELEARN MORELEARN MORELEARN MORE DO MOREDO MOREDO MOREDO MORE BE MOREBE MOREBE MOREBE MORE
  184. 184. Every day is EXAM DAY at workplaceEvery day is EXAM DAY at workplaceEvery day is EXAM DAY at workplaceEvery day is EXAM DAY at workplace
  185. 185. If you’re Not GROWING,If you’re Not GROWING,If you’re Not GROWING,If you’re Not GROWING, You’re CONTRACTINGYou’re CONTRACTING
  186. 186. If you’re not moving FORWARDIf you’re not moving FORWARD You’re moving BACKWARDYou’re moving BACKWARD If you’re not moving FORWARDIf you’re not moving FORWARD You’re moving BACKWARDYou’re moving BACKWARD
  187. 187. WORK LIFEWORK LIFE 11
  188. 188. NEGOTIATIONNEGOTIATION 22
  189. 189. RISKRISK 33
  190. 190. RISKRISK 33
  191. 191. Thank YouThank You

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