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Title: Making Your Job Work for You


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Making Your Job Work for You
ATEM CENTRAL REGION 2008 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  • Faye Bound
  • Bound Consulting Group
  • May 2008
  • www.boundconsulting.com.au

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  • Are you are the Master of Your Own Destiny?

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What are the Key Messages to South Australian
employers?
  • Management Culture-
  • Employees needs essential to success
  • Attempting to shift the blame unacceptable
  • Adequate Investment in retaining
  • Organisations Image is important
  • Source 207 Square Holes/SA Great/AIM

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Culture
  • Culture is what is created from the messages that
    are received about how people are expected to
    behave in your organisation.

Corporate Vision
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Why we do the things we do
World View Self Esteem Self Concept
Personality
Intelligence
Upbringing History
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Actual Performance
Choices
Performance Result
Choices
Behaviours Responses
Choices
Skills Bank Applications
Choices
Attitude Mindset
Beliefs Values Primary Drivers
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Definition of Values
  • ideals which give significance to our lives
    expressed through our priorities…
  • B. Hall

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Honest Conversations
  • ..our work, our relationships, and in fact,
    our very lives, succeed or fail gradually, then
    suddenly, one conversation at a time.
  • Fierce Conversations-Susan Scott

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Job vs Career?
  • A career is the sum total of paid and unpaid
    work, learning and life roles you undertake
    throughout your life.
  • If you are planning a career you need to think
    about the future!

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Your Career
  • Where do you want to be in 5 years time?
  • Where dont you want to be?

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Career Contributions
  • Work experience
  • Community involvement
  • Employment
  • Life roles
  • Enterprise activities
  • Cultural activities
  • Training
  • Education
  • Interests
  • Sport
  • Volunteer work

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Purpose of Career Management
  • To shape and continually refine a career that
    combines what you value with what you do well
  • To engender self reliance and the integration of
    personal goals and plans with the needs of the
    organisation

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The Real You
  • What did you want to be?

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The Real You
  • What do you want to be when you grow up?
  • Or should it be What dont I want to be?

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How did we get here?
  • The Real You

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The Ultimate Goal
  • Alignment - determining whats important to you
    and matching that as closely as possible to
    opportunities in the career marketplace
  • Alignment - personal professional life and work
    and play needs are balanced and synchronised

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The Real You
  • After completing school, which subjects did you
    continue to study or read about?

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The Real You
  • If you were able to work three days a week, what
    would you do with the other four days?

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The Real You
  • What skills and/or characteristics have you been
    complimented on by others?

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The Real You
  • What do you admire in yourself?

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The Real You
  • How do you spend your time now?

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The Real You
  • What three things would you like most to change
    about yourself?

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Finding Your Career Path
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Managing Your Career
  • Earn Your Stripes
  • Be Flexible
  • Keep Perspective

David McClelland
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Myths
  • Good work ensures a future with your employer
  • The most qualified individual gets the job
  • Career success means establishing a career
    direction and pursuing it for life

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Myths
  • Never step back - or sideways - in your career
  • The best career opportunities are with large
    organisations
  • Its best to look for a job when you have a job
  • Most people follow traditional career paths

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The Changing World of Work
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In which Industries do Australians Work?
  • 17 Broad Industries
  • Top 4
  • 15 Retail (1.5 million people)
  • Property and Business Services (1.2M)
  • Health and Community Services (1 M)
  • Manufacturing (1M)
  • Source Australian Government DEWR 2007

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Where are the New Jobs?
  • Over the last five years employment has grown by
    1,173,400
  • Four industries have dominated
  • Construction (248,700)
  • Property and Business (196,900)
  • Health and Community Services (156,600)
  • Retail Trade (110,000)

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Which Industries have declined?
  • Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing (81,300)
  • Manufacturing (22,400)

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Where will the new jobs be?
  • Projected 2011-2012

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More to Consider
  • Are you learning?
  • If your job was open, would you get it?
  • Are you being milked?
  • Do you know what you contribute?
  • What would you do if your job disappeared
    tomorrow?
  • Are you having fun yet?
  • Are you worried about your job?

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The Individuals Responsibilities
  • Individuals need to recognise that
  • We are responsible for initiation and
    implementations of a career plan
  • Feedback is enhanced when it is self initiated
    and includes diversity of stakeholders

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Career Anchors
  • A Career Anchor is
  • A perceived area of competence, combined with
    motives and values - not easily given up

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Three Questions
  • What are my talents, skills and competencies?
  • What are my main motives, needs, drives and goals
    in life?
  • What are my values, the main criteria by which I
    judge what I am doing?

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Types of Career Anchors
  • Technical/Functional Competence
  • General Managerial Competence
  • Autonomy/Independence
  • Security/Stability
  • Entrepreneurial Creativity
  • Service/Dedication to a cause
  • Pure Challenge
  • Lifestyle

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Career Progression
  • Horizontal Growth in Skills/Abilities
  • Vertical Growth in Responsibility
  • Central Growth in Power/Influence
  • A Career Anchor helps determine the most
    appropriate progression.

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Career Lessons (Daniel Pink)
  • Lesson One
  • There is no plan-make smart choices
  • Two Types
  • Instrumental
  • Fundamental

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Career Lessons
  • Lesson Two
  • Think Strengths Not Weaknesses
  • FIND YOUR REMARKABLE Passions and Your
    Strengths!!!

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Career Lessons
  • Lesson Three
  • Its not about you…..
  • Its about adding value! Using your strengths and
    talents to help others

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Career Lessons
  • Lesson Four
  • Persistence trumps over talent

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Career Lessons
  • Lesson Five
  • Make excellent mistakes

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Career Lessons
  • Lesson Six
  • Leave an imprint
  • When you get older, you may have some questions….
  • Did I make a difference?
  • Did I contribute?
  • Did I matter?

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Problem is…
  • Most People get toward the end of their lives and
    they dont like the answers.
  • Regret for the things we did can be tempered by
    time it is regret for the things we did not do
    that is inconsolable.
  • Sydney J Harris

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Quote
  • The greater danger for most of us lies not in
    setting our aim too high and falling short but
    in setting our aim too low, and achieving our
    mark.
  • Michelangelo

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What are you doing to make your job work for
you?
  • Who do you want to be the Master of your destiny?
  • Faye Bound
  • Bound Consulting Group

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Useful Links
  • www.graduatecareers.com.au/content/view/full/230
  • www.theinstitute.com.au
  • www.myfuture.edu.au
  • www.jobguide.dest.gov.au
  • www.skillsinfo.gov.au
  • www.connecttoyourfuture.dest.gov.au
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