cmn136 - 1. Autobiography, self-consiousness, agency 2....

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1. Autobiography, self-consiousness, agency 2. Highly effective people: Proactive, end in mind, first things first, think win-win, synergize, understand then be involved, sharpen the saw 3. Primary aim provides motivation and purpose. “what do you want to be, do, have?” 4. Creating a result, reflect n vision, describe vision, expand/clarify vision. Find your deepest desires. “what would it bring you” leads you to the same primary goals, sometimes too deeply hidden. 5. A competency is an enduring workplace related trait characteristic that will not become obsolete over time. 6. A behavioral example is a story about your past that indicates your future, say which competencies you have. 7. Emotional intelligence is the ability to manage ourselves and our emotions effectively. Need self awareness and self management. They are more responsible, assertive, popular, more considerate, harmonious, etc. 8. Don’t criticize former worker. 9. Not throw away any opportunity to present yourself in a good light. 10. 4 factors a. competence- resumes, dress, appearance. b. Integrity: real credentials, accomplishments, eye contact c. Likeability- optimistic, doesn’t downgrade, good listener d. Dynamism- enthusiasm, energy, not artificial 11. Exploration, trial, establishment, advancement, maintenance, disengagement 12. Be a team player, encourage others, volunteer, stay out of political camps, have integrity, work collaboratively, think like a manager, let your boss know your career goals, do what needs doing, find a mentor, project a can-do approach, be positive, do things to help-be seen, undertake less popular assignments, let boss know if there is bad news, know what’s expected, ask for authority, compete against yourself, accept criticism, learn from setbacks, acknowledge other’s help, learn to get what you want, make yourself a leading contender a. Retain membership in professional organizations, reading books and articles in area, attend conferences/seminars, expand network of business associates. 13. time management- habit 3: put first things first. Organize and execute around priorities.
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This note was uploaded on 09/01/2008 for the course CMN 136 taught by Professor Hamilton during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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