Session_One_Fall_2006

Session_One_Fall_2006 - Advancing Knowledge. Transforming...

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Advancing Knowledge. Transforming Lives.
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HB 201 Professional Development I WHILE YOU WAIT…. Please complete the Ideal Job Sheets
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Getting to Know You! Welcome Introductions Course Calendar & Syllabus
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Introductions Group up! Find a partner, preferably someone you have never met. Introduce yourself to your partner. Tell your partner some basic information about yourself. Name, where you are from, level in school, etc. Tell your partner what you want to do when you graduate.
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Your Personal Brand Brand – it’s intrinsic and hard to measure a relationship that involves the kind of trust that only happens when two people believe there is a direct connection between their value systems. A perception or emotion , maintained by a buyer or a prospective buyer, describing the experience related to doing business with an organization or consuming its products or services. YOUR BRAND – is a perception or emotion, maintained by somebody other than you, that describes the total experience of having a relationship with you. Your brand is a reflection of who you are.
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Brands Values Associated with Brands “Trust”, “like” ,“remember” Variations on quality Strong Emotional Component “It’s a feeling” We cling to emotions that defy rational analysis
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Be Your Own Brand Brand (BYOB) (BYOB) Style Standards Competencies BRAND BRAND Source: “ Be Your Own Brand: A Breakthrough Formula for Standing Out from the Crowd”; David McNally & Karl D. Speak; 2002
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Competencies Competent = Qualified Personal Competencies Our role with others (Relationships) Personal Mission Statement Work-place Competencies Social Competencies Cultural Competencies
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Standards Standards How we do it Flexible/Rigid Ethics Values (Real vs. Idealized)
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Style Personal Style How we relate to others Personality Type Communication Interpersonal Resume Behavior (Consistent with & reflects values) Study Skills Time Management
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Begin With The End in Mind Set a goal Graduation Career Other Create a Personal Mission Statement
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Personal Mission Statement Your personal mission statement reflects your brand as well as your goals. You have many resources on Angel
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2010 for the course IAH 001 taught by Professor Wang during the Spring '10 term at Michigan State University.

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