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HB 201Professional Development IWHILE YOU WAIT….Please complete the IdealJob Sheets
Getting to Know You!WelcomeIntroductionsCourse Calendar & Syllabus
IntroductionsGroup up! Find a partner, preferablysomeone you have never met.Introduce yourself to your partner.Tell your partner some basicinformation about yourself. Name,where you are from, level in school, etc.Tell your partner what you want to dowhen you graduate.
Your Personal BrandBrand – it’s intrinsic and hard to measurearelationshipthat involves the kind of trust that onlyhappens when two people believe there is a directconnection between their value systems.Aperception or emotion, maintained by a buyer or aprospective buyer, describing the experience related todoing business with an organization or consuming itsproducts or services.YOUR BRAND– is a perception or emotion, maintainedby somebody other than you, that describes the totalexperience of having a relationship with you. Yourbrand is a reflection of who you are.
BrandsValues Associated with Brands“Trust”, “like” ,“remember”Variations on qualityStrong Emotional Component“It’s a feeling”We cling to emotions that defy rationalanalysis
Be Your OwnBrandBrand(BYOB)(BYOB)StyleStandardsCompetenciesBRANDBRANDSource: “Be Your Own Brand: A Breakthrough Formula for Standing Out from theCrowd”;David McNally & Karl D. Speak; 2002
CompetenciesCompetent = QualifiedPersonal CompetenciesOur role with others (Relationships)Personal Mission StatementWork-place CompetenciesSocial CompetenciesCultural Competencies
StandardsStandardsHow we do itFlexible/RigidEthicsValues (Real vs. Idealized)
StylePersonal StyleHow we relate to othersPersonality TypeCommunicationInterpersonalResumeBehavior (Consistent with & reflectsvalues)Study SkillsTime Management
Begin With The End in MindSet a goalGraduationCareerOtherCreate a Personal Mission Statement
Personal Mission StatementYour personal mission statementreflects your brand as well as yourgoals.You have many resources on AngelMcNally & Speak readingCovey readingpersonal mission statement handoutpersonal mission statement worksheetIt’s only a draft! (no stress)
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Personality Psychology, partner, Full time
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