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Many people want to have a satisfying and fulfilling career, but success rarely happens by chance. Effective people drive their careers forward with a mix of self-awareness, self-confidence and well-researched goals, based on using strategic career planning tools. They have a considered, disciplined and methodical approach to their careers that allows them to reach their full potential and thrive with their chosen employer.
By attending this highly interactive and practical half-day course you will:
This half-day workshop is ideal for anyone who wants to understand the key concepts, tools and techniques required to develop their career prospects.
Understanding the key concepts and underlying principles that are involved in building and maintaining a successful career.
Having a ‘personal brand’ simply means developing and promoting a consistent image of what you are good at and how you ‘add value’ to your organisation. It begins by first assessing your strengths and weaknesses, and then translating that analysis into a description of how you want others to think of you.
Highly effective people have a structured approach for progressing their careers within their organisations. They have a view of the kinds of roles they want to have and a sense of the timescales in which they would like to have them. They do not rely on chance to get progress, but actively develop their skills to ensure that they are seen as a viable candidate for promotion when a suitable opportunity arises.
People get promoted and recognised because they have the desire to progress their careers and because they actively work on developing key skills, with the guidance of influential supporters. Here we assess what it takes to develop ‘promotability’ in the three key areas defined by the PIE model.
Although in many cultures it is a challenging thing to do, tactful ‘self promotion’ is a key component of career development. Here we look at some of the tools for communicating your achievements and positive qualities to key people within the organisation.
Discussing how to implement the learning from the workshop into daily life.
Feedback is based upon peer review using a BMC assessment checklist. Completing the BMC assessment checklist is not only valuable to the people involved in a given case study, it also helps those completing them to gain an in-depth understanding of the building blocks that make up good decisions about how to develop their career.
Further information on this course is available by contacting
Boulden Management Consultants:
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Tel: 0844 394 8877