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2 Bianca Cha-Camp President James Scott Vice President Elizabeth Whiting Secretary Dr. Corey Frazier, P.E. Treasurer Dr. Quaneisha Jenkins-Penha Parliamentarian Elroy Ashtian, Jr. Programs Chair

3  Empower, Enrich, Excel  To Empower ourselves with the tools and skills necessary to Excel as technical professionals and students and to Enrich our lives as members of the greater Portland community.

4  Started our Speaker Series  Volunteered at iUrban Teen Tech Summit  Had a bowling mixer with NSBE and Intel’s NIA  E-Board Retreat  But most importantly….

5  Online Professional Identity : Resumes during the era of LinkedIn, etc.  Open Forum & Introductions : Getting to Know the Membership  Investment & Financial Building : How to manage your paycheck as a newly full-time employed professional  Manager or Tech Expert : How to choose and then navigate the path towards a managerial role or technical expert role  Certifications : Setting yourself apart from your peers (the competition)  Mentoring : How to find a mentor & How to be one  Engineering & Non-Profit  New Year : Developing a Top 5 and Starting Out on the Right Foot  Patents  Creative Confidence : Tapping into our Creative Potential in our work lives and Innovating in terms of how we approach and solve problems.  Crucial Conversations : How to have those conversations about career development, raises, promotions, etc. Take Survey: goo.gl/EWjR7ugoo.gl/EWjR7u

6  Monthly General Body Meetings/Podcasts  NSBE National 40 th Annual Convention  March th, 2014  Nashville, TN  Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center   Career Information Day  Focus: Engaging Interviewing with students; Molding their interests in professional careers  students  Collaborating with other big companies in the area (Intel, Nike, PGE, etc.)  iUrban Teen Tech Tours

7 Saturday, January 25 th 10:30am – 3:00 pm iurbanteen.org weareinstrument.com

8  Become a National Member  Initiate membership on NSBE.org  Select “Portland –Metro Professionals” as your chapter  National Dues: $50 for Annual Membership  Become a Local Member  Go to this website:  Dues: $30  Cash, Credit Card

9 How to be successful in creating and accomplishing goals for the workplace, and your personal life

10  A firm decision to do or not to do something  Synonyms: intention, resolve, decision, intent, aim, plan  ~50% of Americans create a list of new year resolutions  More than half of these resolutions are work-related or can be applied at work  Only 8% of these resolutions are kept.

11 PERSONALBUSINESS  Lose Weight  Exercise More  Fall in love  Get a promotion  Make more money  Become a leader

12 1. Write a List 2. Pick your Top 5 3. Align with Your Manager 4. Think Positively 5. Periodically Revisit

13  List out everything that you are doing  Don’t filter  Include projects, workgroups, presentations  Short-term, long-term  Include the important things on-going from last year

14 PERSONALWORK RELATED  Lose Weight  Exercise more  Fall in love  Clean the bathroom  Go to dentist  Find a doctor  Mentor kids  Find a hobby  Fix the roof  Train the dog  Spend more time with family  Get a promotion  Make more money  Become a leader  Get organized  Find a mentor  Be the expert  Get a cube  Develop something  Learn more  Communicate with Asia counterpart

15  Take the List of Tasks and pick your top priorities  If you have a couple more or less than 5, that’s ok. Just be realistic about what you have the bandwidth to drive actively  Revise the top 5 task into a set of goals or resolutions  Be specific  Outline what you are going to accomplish, in what time frame, and constitutes success, what are your mile markers  Be Honest  Don’t set goals that are unreasonable  Only to commit to what you can do

16 PERSONALWORK RELATED 1. Lose Weight 1. Exercise more 2. Spend more time with family 3. Fix the roof 4. Train the dog 5. Clean the bathroom 6. Fall in love 7. Go to dentist 8. Mentor kids 9. Find a hobby 1. Communicate with Asia counterpart 2. Get a promotion 3. Make more money 4. Get organized 5. Find a mentor 6. Be the expert 7. Get a cube 8. Develop something 9. Learn more

17 TASK FROM LISTGOAL/RESOLUTION  Lose Weight  Communicate with Asia counterpart  Run for at least 30min 3xweek and track my daily calories so that I lose 1-2 lbs a week and meet my goal of 10lbs by March  Set-up bi-weekly 1:1’s, sign up for basic Chinese course at the CC next semester, summarize meetings with notes and keep correspondence

18  Evaluate your top 5 to make sure your goals align with the business imperatives  If you are in a technical position, and your manager is non-technical, review with your technical mentor  For your personal goals, talk with your spouse/parents/close-friend to help you evaluate whether these goals satisfy your personal/family values  Keep them in the loop  Provide support when you need it  Are aware of the progress you are making  Will be able to speak to your work and your accomplishments

19  Having a positive attitude about your resolutions will make the process fun and stress-free  Be flexible  Don’t get upset if you don’t meet every self-imposed deadline—the key is to be encouraged by the progress you’ve made thus far  Give yourself buffer time  Failure isn’t a bad thing  The key to success is knowing you have to fail multiple times before reaching a goal  Share what you are doing with co-workers, friends, and family  Gain new perspectives  Receive positive encouragement  Accountability

20  Save the initial list of tasks  Add/and delete from the list as needed  Reevaluate the Top 5  Changes in the workplace or at home can cause you to reevaluate these  Make sure any changes you make align with your business imperatives (if at home, align with your family and personal values)  Prioritize emergencies  Seek help  Align with your manager, mentor, and family

21 1. Be the expert 2. Communicate with Asia counterpart 3. Get organized 4. Get a promotion 5. Make more money 6. Find a mentor 7. Get a cube 8. Develop something 9. Learn more 1. Communicate with Asia counterpart 2. Get a promotion 3. Make more money 4. Get organized 5. Find a mentor 6. Be the expert 7. Get a cube 8. Develop something 9. Learn more

22 1. Lose Weight 1. Exercise more 2. Spend more time with family 3. Fix the roof 4. Train the dog 5. Clean the bathroom 6. Fall in love 7. Go to dentist 8. Mentor kids 9. Find a hobby 1. Fix the roof 2. Spend more time with family 3. Lose Weight 1. Exercise more 4. Train the dog 5. Clean the bathroom 6. Fall in love 7. Go to dentist 8. Mentor kids 9. Find a hobby

23 1. Write a List of Tasks 1. Include everything 2. Pick your Top 5 1. What are your top priorities 2. Develop a specific set of goals for each task while being honest about what you can take on 3. Align with Your Manager 1. Make sure you are focusing on business imperatives 2. Keep Them in the loop 3. At home, make sure family and close friends help you asses your goals based on personal values 4. Think Positively 1. Focus on your progress, being flexible, not afraid to fail, and share with others 5. Periodically Revisit 1. Save your task list 2. Don’t be afraid of change and seek help when needed 3. Don’t compromise on what you really want


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