Presentation on theme: "BY MRS. LITHERLAND. MY COLOR SCHEME MY COLOR STRENGTHS GOLD – practical, sensible, dependable, conservative, organized, cooperative, caring. I keep."— Presentation transcript:
MY COLOR STRENGTHS GOLD – practical, sensible, dependable, conservative, organized, cooperative, caring. I keep organized by using Outlook on the computer and my phone. My house and car are older but dependable. Committee work and leadership positions are not strangers to me. My family and friends depend on me for comfort, ideas, and support. BLUE – harmonious, compassionate, empathetic, warm, authentic, unique. I can get along with anyone because I care about others and what they are experiencing. GREEN – curious, knowledgeable, theoretical, determined, philosophical, rational. I am very goal-oriented with a strong need to feel a sense of accomplishment each day. Determining what makes other people “tick” is fascinating to me. My rational and detail- oriented side enjoys figuring out how to use technology to make my tasks easier. ORANGE – competitive, realistic, open-minded. I feel I am realistic most of the time and open-minded with others. And of course, coming in first is always a plus!
MY GIFTS AND TALENTS GOLD – Administering policies and attention to detail are important when I help FCCLA members with their STAR Events. I organize and serve in activities as the FCCLA Advisor. Planning and organizing are also used when I make learning activities for my students or children in my family. BLUE – I counsel and guide students when they discuss their problems with me. Building rapport is important to me as I teach students. Working as a team is necessary with the other band members in my church praise band. GREEN – When someone has a problem, I like to diagnose the issue and analyze it until we get it solved. Those talents also come in handy as I use technology. ORANGE – I enjoy arranging flowers or jewelry I’ve made in an eye-catching way. When we buy new things that “require assembly”, I like reading the directions and putting them together.
“I AM” POEM I I am I am practical, empathetic, analytical. I love music, jewelry, flowers. I enjoy teaching, using computers, reading. I hate bullies, cleaning house, being treated like I’m stupid. I wish that I could improvise more while playing the piano. I want to make a difference in a multi-cultural world. I will be a successful person. I am, Mrs. Litherland.
PICTURES OF MY CHARACTER, VALUES & ETHICS Teacher of the Year Award. Outstanding Graduate Student Award. Education is important. Learning about different cultures.
PICTURES OF MY CHARACTER, VALUES & ETHICS Every Memorial Day I make flower arrangements for family members graves. This one is my mothers. Daughter Erika and Granddaughter Sophia. My Family
PICTURES OF MY CHARACTER, VALUES & ETHICS Playing keyboard in my church praise band. Reading books. Music groups I enjoy.
PICTURES OF MY CHARACTER, VALUES & ETHICS My knitting. Jewelry I have made.
CAREERS FOR ME CAREERCOLOR 1COLOR 2COLOR 3 EDUCATION Home Ec TeacherGoldBlueGreenGraduate Graduate Teaching Assistants BlueGoldGreenGraduate Social & Human Service BlueGoldCollege Mental Health Counselors BlueGreenOrangeGraduate Marriage & Family Therapist BlueGreenOrangeGraduate
CAREER COMPARISON TRUE COLORSKANSAS CAREER PIPELINE CAREERS KANSAS CAREER PIPELINE SKILLS Home Ec Teacher Health ScienceLaw, Public Safety & Security Graduate Teaching Assistants Human ServicesArchitecture & Construction Social & Human Service FinanceTransportation, Distribution & Logistics Mental Health Counselors Marriage & Family Therapist
CAREER COMPARISON All of the True Colors careers fit into the top two Kansas Career Pipeline career clusters. Some of the skills needed in the finance career cluster will also be used in the True Colors careers. But the Kansas Career Pipeline skills I scored well in were in the clusters of Law, Public Safety & Security, Architecture & Construction, and Transportation, Distribution & Logistics. These are very different from the True Colors Careers AND the Kansas Career Pipeline career clusters. Based upon these results, I plan to research what it takes to be a home economics teacher (now called a FACS teacher.)
When working with GOLDS I need to remember: Be punctual and recognize their accomplishments. When working with BLUES I need to remember: Be optimistic and sensitive to the feelings of all the team members. When working with GREENS I need to remember: Present the big picture first, have a written plan beforehand to give them time to think and don’t expect to convince them the first time. When working with ORANGES I need to remember: Present information in an exciting and energetic way. Be more action- oriented. MY TEAMWORK/ WORKING WITH CO-WORKERS
To prevent stress with GOLDS I need to remember: Prevent interruptions by turning off my cell phone, planning enough time, don’t change plans and be a decisive leader.. To prevent stress with BLUES I need to remember: Prevent conflicts and be respectful of everyone. To prevent stress with GREENS I need to remember: Provide options, no repetition and stay on topic, To prevent stress with ORANGES I need to remember: Always be positive and give flexible deadlines. MY TEAMWORK/ WORKING WITH CO-WORKERS
GOLD – pay attention to details, plan ahead to be prepared, prefer to work on and finish one project at a time. It stresses me out when I have to deal with unexpected changes, do several things at once without having time to plan, disorganization and rule-breakers. BLUE – consider how others will be affected when I make decisions, fall behind as I take on other people’s problems, am easily over-committed. I have to be careful to not get overextended and say “no” more. MY TIME MANAGEMENT
GREEN– see whole picture and individual parts, strategize completing tasks, want to make decisions on facts, but need time to review all the information. Rushing to meet someone else’s timeline and being forced to spend time on something that does not make sense to me can stress me out. ORANGE – often underestimate time requirements. I am annoyed by distractions, missed deadlines and lack of follow- through by others, and disorganization.