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© 2004 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 1 FINDING SUCCESS AND FULFILLMENT CAREER DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE FOR THE 21 ST CENTURY Peggy G. Hutcheson President, The Odyssey Group, Inc.
© 2004 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 2 OUTCOMES. In this session you will: Analyze some of your most important skills and values Examine the Payoffs from Work that are most important to you. Identify your Career Orientation. Differentiate between success and fulfillment.
© 2004 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 3.. If you give a man a fish, he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish and he eats for a lifetime. - Ancient Proverb
© 2004 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 4 BETTER THAN OK What do you say when someone asks about working for the company where you work (or have worked)? What are you looking for from your work? What makes a company an employer of choice for you?
© 2004 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 5 WHAT PEOPLE SAY THEY WANT AT WORK Opportunities to contribute and use talents - a challengeOpportunities to contribute and use talents - a challenge People who care about me as a personPeople who care about me as a person Competent supervisorsCompetent supervisors Opportunities to grow, learn, and developOpportunities to grow, learn, and develop Employee-friendly environmentsEmployee-friendly environments Socially responsible organizationsSocially responsible organizations Fun!Fun!
© 2004 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 6 A REAL PROFESSIONAL Think of one time (preferably at work, but other situations are OK) when you felt really good about what you were doing or had just done. 1. What were you doing? 2.What information or expertise was required? 3. Who else was involved (if anyone)? How were they involved? 4.What makes this stand out? Why is it memorable?
© 2004 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 7 WHAT YOU BRING TO WORK 1.Knowledge, skills, attributes – competence 2.Preferences in work environment, style of supervision, challenges - values 3.Interests – People, data, things, ideas
© 2004 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 8 A COMPETENCY IS... A skill, knowledge area, or attribute which - when applied with excellence - leads to higher performance and goal attainment.
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© 2004 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 10 PAYOFFS FROM WORK Draw 5 cards Prioritize these cards from Most Important to Least Important Trade as many as you wish, trying to get the best hand you can. Look through all cards to improve your hand. What aspects of the work and work environment are most important to you?
© 2004 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 11 SUCCESS AND FULFILLMENT Success : The achievement of something desired, planned, or attempted. Accomplishment. Fulfillment : To develop the full potential of something. A sense of satisfaction and personal gratification.
© 2004 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 12 SUCCESS AND FULFILLMENT Success HighLow Fulfillment HighLow
© 2004 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 13 CAREER ORIENTATIONS 1. Getting Ahead 2. Getting Secure 3. Getting Free 4. Getting Challenged 5. Getting Balanced
© 2004 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 14 ALIGNMENT Alignment includes: Competencies Values Interests Goals
© 2004 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 15 YOUR RIGHT The Constitution only gives people the right to pursue happiness. You have to catch it yourself. Ben Franklin
© 2006 The Odyssey Group, Inc. 1 CAREER DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES FOR THE 21 ST CENTURY Peggy G. Hutcheson President, The Odyssey Group, Inc. FINDING SUCCESS.
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