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  • Career Opportunities & Management

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  • Career - Todays SessionWhat is Career Management?Where to StartDecision MakingGetting What You Want

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  • I Just Concentrated On My DegreeDefinitely Need to Do More

    May Need to Do Something Specific

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  • What is career??Job vs. Career

    Job What can I do now to make money?

    Career Chosen Profession for your life. Requires a willingness to get the training needed to build your skills for the future.

    A career is the work a person does. It is the sequence of jobs that an individual has held throughout his or her working life E.g. occupation of teaching.

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  • Career planning whats that?? Career planning consists of activities and actions that you take to achieve your individual career goals

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  • Intuition, instinct, passion and, Ive always wanted to be Will not be enough to convince 21st century recruiters.Burning Ambitions - How Desire is Not Enough Jane Ratchford & Professor Cary Cooper Career Guidance Today Vol9 No3 May/June 2001Where Do I Start?

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  • Where are you on the scale (1 10)???No idea at allI think I want to work with peopleIm interested in accountancy, businessI know I want to...

    Where Do I Start?

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  • Career Planning is NOTLeaving the decision to chanceGetting information and never decidingGoing along with someone elses plans

    Its OUR future. WE need to make our career decision!!

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  • OLD: Choose a DESTINATIONWhat will you be when ...

    NEW: Follow your HEARTWho are you now?What are your special assets?Who needs what you like to do?What work arrangements make sense?What skills do you need to manage your career?Paradigm Shift

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  • The High FiveCareer Management Principles

    Know yourself, believe in yourself and follow your heart.Focus on the journey, not the destination. Become a good traveler.Youre not alone. Access your allies, and be a good ally.Change is constant, and brings with it new opportunities.Learning is lifelong, and its good. We are most alive when we are learning.

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  • The knowledge to manage your career comes from you (why, who, how) and from an understanding of the career you wish to enter (what, where, when):Why? identify your goalsWho? network with peopleHow? learn the skills necessaryWhat? understand requirementsWhere? find out points of entry When? know when to start lookingSix Easy Words To Help You Navigate For Career Success

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  • Deeper insight It is the life- long process a person goes through to learn about self such aspurpose,personalityinterestsskills talents Develop a self- concept, learn about careers, and work situations Make a career choice, while developing and coping social skills

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  • Career planning : An ongoing processHere You Explore your interests and abilities Strategically plan your career goalsCreate your future work success by designing learning and action plans to help you achieve your goals.

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  • Career Management SkillsOpportunity AwarenessSelf AwarenessSelf PromotionDecision MakingAction Planning

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  • Career - OpportunitiesCareer StreamsFinanceHuman ResourcesJournalismLegalInsuranceHospitalityFashion DesigningAdministration Marketing

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  • Career - FinanceProfessional coursesCA (Chartered Accountant)ICWA (Cost Accountant)ACS (Company Secretary)MBA M.ComJob oriented careersFinance & AdministrationAudits Taxation

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  • Career Human ResourcesProfessional CoursesMBAMSWDiploma Job oriented careersGeneral AdministrationTraining & DevelopmentCompensation & BenefitsConsulting

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  • Career Journalism Professional CoursesDegreeDiplomaJob oriented careerReportersWriterCartoonist

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  • Career Legal Professional CoursesLLBAreas of specializationCivilCriminal TaxationInsurance Corporate Law

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  • Career Insurance Job oriented careersLife insuranceHealth insuranceVehicle insuranceCorporate insuranceProperty insurance

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  • Career Hospitality Professional CoursesDiplomaHotel ManagementTravel & Tourism

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  • Career Fashion DesigningProfessional CoursesDiplomaMerchandising Designer

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  • Career Administration Professional CoursesMBADiplomaJob oriented careersGeneral AdministrationPlanning Operations LogisticsProcurement MIS

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  • Career Marketing Professional CoursesMBADiplomaJob oriented careersMarket ResearchMarketing Promotion & AdvertisementSales

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  • Career Corporate SectorsBankingIndustries (Manufacturing / IT / Services)InsuranceEducationHotelsHospitalsTravel & Tourism

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  • Career Civil ServicesProfessional CoursesCentral UPSC (Union Public Service Commission)State KAS (Karnataka Administrative Service)Areas of SpecializationIASIPSIFSIRS

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  • Career Armed ServicesArmyNavyAir force Long Service CommissionShort Service Commission

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  • Career Others BPOs RetailingFranchiseeContractCommission Agents

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  • Career Select InstitutesIdentify the right institutesReputation FacilitiesFacultyIndustry Collaboration

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  • Career Entry Into InstitutesUnderstanding the requirementSelection processCompetitive examinationsSelf preparationQuantitativeQualitative

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  • With the stakes so high it is essential for individuals to seek out and exploit good quality information, advice and guidance.Burning Ambitions - How Desire is Not Enough Jane Ratchford & Professor Cary Cooper Career Guidance Today Vol9 No3 May/June 2001

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  • What Next?Action PlanBasic information / personal research?Specific research?

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  • Opportunities ResearchNeed opportunity informationInformation RoomInternetNewspapers / Job FairsTalks Program - NOW!!!!Creative researchKNOWING THE MARKET

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  • While technical and job-specific skills have sufficed in the past, it is increasingly being accepted that the worker of the future will need a more comprehensive set of meta-competencies that are not occupation-specific and are transferable across all facets of life and work. The economic value, to the individual and the nation as a whole, of a workforce equipped with these meta-competencies cannot be underestimated and their development cannot be left to chance.Meta-competenciesSource: Managing Life, Learning and Work in the 21st Century. (2003) Miles Morgan Australia for the Commonwealth Department of Education, Science and Training

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  • On the list of candidate essentials must be an in-depth understanding of self, including personal philosophies, drivers,competences, attributes, interests and abilities - and how these mesh with the demands both of the post on offer and the employer and industry.Burning Ambitions - How Desire is Not Enough Jane Ratchford & Professor Cary Cooper Career Guidance Today Vol 9 No 3 May/June 2001

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  • APERSONAL MANAGEMENT1Build and maintain a positive self-concept2Interact effectively with others3Change and grow throughout life

    BLEARNING AND WORK EXPLORATION4Engage in lifelong learning5Locate and effectively use information6Understand work/society/economy relationship

    CLIFE/WORK BUILDING7Secure or create and maintain work8Make life and work decisions9Maintain balanced life and work roles10Understand changing nature of life/work roles11Manage ones career building processCareer Management Competencies

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  • Personal ResearchKnow YourselfReview and analyzePart-time work, leisure, travel etcSkills Update - practicalCV Update

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  • Decision MakingReview what you know Realistic / UnrealisticValuesConstraints

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  • Getting What You WantConfidence to ConvinceNeed Evidence and KnowledgeGood CVApplication Form / Interview Questions

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  • Answer ThisDescribe an occasion when you came up with a new idea or a better way of doing somethingHow did it happenHow did you overcome difficultiesWhat was the outcome

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