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The Three Amigos in Career Transition. Career Prospectors May 22, 2012 Daniel Steiger. Project Manager [email protected] 804-513-8293. Purpose. Background Intent (lessons learned) All about YOU! Opening group/partner exercise One thing you do well

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The three amigos in career transition

The Three Amigos in Career Transition

Career Prospectors

May 22, 2012

Daniel Steiger

Project Manager

[email protected]

804-513-8293


Purpose

Purpose

  • Background

  • Intent (lessons learned)

  • All about YOU!

  • Opening group/partner exercise

    • One thing you do well

    • One thing you’re wanting to improve


The three amigos

The Three Amigos


Attitude

Attitude

  • Who defines your attitude?

    • Self

    • Others

  • What defines your attitude?

    • Who

    • What

  • Throughout Career Transition (3 areas)

    • Discovery

    • Internalization

    • Application


Attitude discovery

Attitude: Discovery

  • Hear from Tom Schreiter

  • Exercise assessment

  • Do you generally see yourself and/or do you come across to others as:

    • Positive

    • Negative

  • Demonstrates/illustrates your values/character


Attitude discovery1

Attitude: Discovery

  • Doing vs. Being

    • Unlearn and Learn habits

      “We need to unlearn the idea that we need to keep busy doing something, and learn instead to keep busy being something.” –Richard Nelson Bolles

  • Friends and family (common shared traits)

  • Discovery process:

    • Reflection, Observation & Collaboration


Attitude internalization

Attitude: Internalization

  • Becoming confident and content with yourself (a lifelong process)

    • How we get there and enjoy being there- having a relationship with all three amigos

  • Personality types of others (Owl, Lambs, Bulls, and Tigers)

  • How we/others communicate (more on this)

  • Learn/know the vernacular of (industry, field, profession)

  • Know how your attitude matches (or doesn’t)


Attitude application

Attitude: Application

  • The “Value-Exchange”

    • Living within the “who” and without the “what”

    • Fully embrace who you are

  • Allows:

    • Passion and your values/character to prevail

    • Genuine interest in adding value to others

    • Connect with others


Attitude application1

Attitude: Application

  • Connecting vs. communicating

    Everyone Communicates Few Connect – John C. Maxwell

  • Three questions people are asking about you?

    • Do you care about me? Mutual concern creates connection between people.

    • Can you help me? Nobody wants to be sold, but everyone wants to be helped.

    • Can I trust you? Trust is even more important than love.

  • Energy and Attitude (The complete picture- demonstration)

  • Personal branding: why YOU?


Opportunity

Opportunity

  • The time is NOW (set the pace/change the pace)

  • Investigate interests (old/new)

  • Refine skills

  • Empower your strengths (re-focus your lens)

  • Embrace your weaknesses

    • “You’ll never turn your weaknesses into strengths.”

    • “Look at your weaknesses through one of your strengths.” (Marcus Buckingham)

  • Meet-up groups/job clubs/conferences/workshops, etc.


Opportunity1

Opportunity

  • Learn:

    • From others

    • How to help others

    • To build rapport quickly (personalities types “colors”)

    • How to communicate effectively by connecting

    • Networking strategies with confidence

    • To slow down: use/lose (what you can within who you ARE)


Organization

Organization

  • Let each day be a S.M.A.R.T day

    • S= Specific

    • M= Measureable

    • A= Achievable

    • R= Realistic

    • T= Time sensitive (timeline)


Organization1

Organization

  • Include balance in your plan

    • Attitude, Opportunity, and Organization

  • Have focus toward a (an):

    • Situation

    • Task

    • Action

    • Result


Organization2

Organization

  • Capture/track your journey

    • Spreadsheet

    • Calendar

    • Actions for follow-up, when, how, why. etc.


Summary

Summary

  • Let each day be a S.M.A.R.T day!

  • Focused on Attitude, Opportunity, and Organization that is:

    • S= Specific

    • M= Measureable

    • A= Achievable

    • R= Realistic

    • T= Time sensitive (timeline)


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