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Not happy
Doing what my parents expected
Staying safe
Haphazard career steps
Invisibility
Feeling stuck
Self-assessment
Values
Interests
Traits
Strengths
Development

Organization
assessment

Promote your
brand…

Work cul...
Strengths

Values

Passions
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Plot your career highs and lows

Look for patterns of meaning, pleasure and strengths
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The life story technique

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Strength finder

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360 feedback
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Money
Creativity
Family
Status
Achievement
Integrity
Learning
Nature
Environment

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R for “Realistic”

C for “Conventional”

People who
have athletic or
mechanical ability,
prefer to work with
objects, mach...
S Skill/ Low Interest
High Strengths/ Low
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Passion
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Swimming
Downsizing
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Strengths
Accountan...
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Right place/ culture fit?
Find a “Sponsor”
Mentor
Ask for feedback
Move roles, region
Start a small busin...
BEING FOUND IN TODAY’S
JOB MARKET
WHERE’S WALDO?
“All of us need to understand the
importance of branding. We are CEOs of
our own companies: Me Inc. To be in
business toda...
Know your market
www.indeed.ae
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Use “bridge” people

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Hidden job market

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Think long term…
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Use photos
Be searchable, repeat key words
Spellcheck/ friend check
Check for errors
Change the “nameplate”
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What is stopping you… tactics won’t work if mental
barriers stop you from action

I can’t do this because…
My wife, my ...
1) Lack of ethics and values
2) Arrogance
3) Inability to adapt to change
4) Poor interpersonal skills
5) Failure to deleg...
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What are your next steps?
Find out more about yourself, the organization you aspire to,
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If you really want to go from “good” to “great”

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Develop a full career analysis and strategy

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Step back - reflect...
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This seminar will provide you with a framework to “Develop your Personal Career Strategy”. It is designed to provide you with a methodology of how to identify your “career passion” and the route to achieve that role. At the end of the seminar, you will leave with an action plan. Topics covered include:
• The components of developing a personal career strategy
• How to identify your career passion
• How to develop yourself further
• Tips on finding a new role
• Developing an action plan on the next steps, you need to take to further your career



This presentation was used at HR Summit and Expo 2013 www.hrsummitexpo.com

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Developing Your Career Strategy: How To Find A Career That Fits For You, Anne Tice

  1. 1. Anne Tice
  2. 2.       Not happy Doing what my parents expected Staying safe Haphazard career steps Invisibility Feeling stuck
  3. 3. Self-assessment Values Interests Traits Strengths Development Organization assessment Promote your brand… Work culture Define your brand Role alignment Tools & Tactics •Marketing •Network •CV •Social Media People assessment “Window shopping” www.arc-intl.com 3
  4. 4. Strengths Values Passions
  5. 5.  Plot your career highs and lows Look for patterns of meaning, pleasure and strengths
  6. 6.  The life story technique  Strength finder  360 feedback
  7. 7.          Money Creativity Family Status Achievement Integrity Learning Nature Environment           Progress Service Excellence Recognition Security Risk Challenge Entrepreneurship Sociability Autonomy
  8. 8. R for “Realistic” C for “Conventional” People who have athletic or mechanical ability, prefer to work with objects, machines, tools, plants, or animals, or to be outdoors. People who like to work with data, have clerical or numerical ability, carrying things out in details, or following through on others’ instructions. E for “Enterprising” People who like to work with people - influencing, persuading, performing, or leading or managing for organizational goals or for economic gain. Observers, analyzers, evaluators, problem solvers. I for “Investigative” Innovative unstructured situations using their imagination or creativity. People who like to inform, enlighten, help, train, develop, or cure, or are skilled with words. A for “Artistic” S for “Social”
  9. 9. S Skill/ Low Interest High Strengths/ Low T Passion R E Swimming Downsizing N G T Low Passion/ Low H S Strengths Accountant PASSIONS Talent Management High Passion/High Strengths Learning and Development Talent Management Organization Development Business Psychologist High Passion/Low Strengths Artist
  10. 10.         Right place/ culture fit? Find a “Sponsor” Mentor Ask for feedback Move roles, region Start a small business Volunteer Projects
  11. 11. BEING FOUND IN TODAY’S JOB MARKET WHERE’S WALDO?
  12. 12. “All of us need to understand the importance of branding. We are CEOs of our own companies: Me Inc. To be in business today, our most important job is to be head marketer for the brand called You.” - Tom Peters in Fast Company
  13. 13. Know your market www.indeed.ae   Use “bridge” people  Hidden job market  Think long term…
  14. 14.       Use photos Be searchable, repeat key words Spellcheck/ friend check Check for errors Change the “nameplate” Be consistent with the CV and brand
  15. 15.  What is stopping you… tactics won’t work if mental barriers stop you from action I can’t do this because… My wife, my parents, my money, I don’t have a degree, I am shy, racial bias, I am male, I am female, I am too young, I don’t have the experience… 
  16. 16. 1) Lack of ethics and values 2) Arrogance 3) Inability to adapt to change 4) Poor interpersonal skills 5) Failure to delegate 6) Lack of composure 7) Political mismanagement
  17. 17.        What are your next steps? Find out more about yourself, the organization you aspire to, your gaps, or how to get there? Brand? I want to change from… to… When will you review your plan? Who will support you? What are your barriers? How will you overcome them?
  18. 18.  If you really want to go from “good” to “great”  Develop a full career analysis and strategy  Step back - reflect Remember - it is possible!

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