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Career planning presentation

  1. 1. CAREER PLANNING Presented by: Karen Pagsolingan – Aguirre Guidance Counselor
  2. 2. CAREER PLANNING is a deliberate process of knowing WHO you are so that you can be sure of WHERE you want to go or WHAT you want to be at some defined point in the future.
  3. 3. FIVE STEPS OF CAREER PLANNING 1st Step: Self-Assessment 2nd Step: Explore Work/Career Options 3rd Step: Narrow Down List of Work/Career Options 4th Step: Decide or Choose the Best Option 5th Step: Set a Career Goal
  4. 4. 1st Step: Self-Assessment Knowing and understanding of self better to know if you are in the right job/career or you want to go to another job.
  5. 5. • Attitude • Interests • Personality • Needs • Values • Skills
  6. 6. 2nd Step: Work/Career Exploration Matching and aligning what you want to do on one hand, and with the various opportunities, on the other.
  7. 7. Where to explore Look at opportunities within your organization and its subsidiaries Look at career opportunities in other organizations and in other industries Look at entrepreneurial and self- employment opportunities Look at jobs/careers of people you know of those you read about or see
  8. 8. Narrow Down List 3rd Step: of Work/Career Options List down three to five career options that is match with your interest, personality, needs, values and skills, on one hand and the opportunities and limitations, on the other.
  9. 9. 5 Career Options Sample 1. Field engineer or IT Specialist 2. Pursue graduate 3. School instructor 4. Hardware business owner 5. Company Manager
  10. 10. Kinds of Career Paths Steady State – requires a life long commitment to one career and is characterized by a steady improvement in knowledge and skills.
  11. 11. Linear - constant upward mobility in which there is a steady increase in power, responsibilities over the work of others, and financial rewards.
  12. 12. Transitory - constant seeking for variety or independence. Jobs tend to be short term and mobility is generally lateral.
  13. 13. Spiral - regular changes, usually every five or seven years. Mobility is usually lateral, and may be initially downward.
  14. 14. Decide or Choose 4th Step: the Best Option This step will let you choose the best from among the list of 3-5 options. – Description of your ideal job – Personal Mission Statement – Job Requirements or Qualifications
  15. 15. 5th Step: Set a Career Goal This process will give you focus and it will motivate you to overcome obstacles that will keep you from achieving your goal.
  16. 16. What makes a goal good? 1. Specific 2. Measurable 3. Attainable 4. Relevant 5. Time-bound 6. Action-oriented
  17. 17. Barriers to Goals and Plan Self-imposed or psychological barriers • Negative self-image • Negative attitude (bitterness, selfishness, rebellion, crab mentality etc.) • Negative emotions (anxieties or fears)
  18. 18. • Victim mentality (feeling of incapacity) • Intrapersonal conflicts (torn between two or more values) • Personality traits (indecisiveness, aggressiveness, competitiveness) • Habits (procrastination, cramming) • Negative thought against other people (biases and prejudice)
  19. 19. Prepare for setbacks and successes; ensure your career.
  20. 20. 1. Keep an ongoing file of all your accomplishments. 2. Be prepared for any contingency by maintaining an updated resume. 3. Sharpen your communication skills. 4. Build a network. 5. Become indispensable or close to it. 6. Remember that professional education and self-development are never-ending. 7. Prepare for an alternative career. 8. Work on being pleasant and courteous.
  21. 21. The purpose of life, after all, is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experiences. - Eleanor Roosevelt
  22. 22. Thank you!!!!

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