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Skills Based Approach Planning

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Planning is the first stage of Skills-Based Approach. Education and career planning is essential to finding a happy, fulfilling career. This presentation share a few strategies.

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Skills Based Approach Planning

  2. 2. INTRODUCTION For the planning stage of Skills-Based Approach, use any strategy to come up with education and career objectives and then translate the results into a skill set. This presentation shares a few strategies: Self- Awareness, Product to Market, Passion Theory, and Craftsman Mindset. But of course, you may use any strategy. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  3. 3. SELF AWARENESS Conduct testing to understand yourself better, then plan a career. Personality Identify personality traits (Myer Briggs). Interests Identity interest areas (Holland). Behaviors and Talents Identify competencies or behaviors that fit careers or degrees (Knack). Intelligences: Cognitive Set of all mental abilities and processes related to knowledge (standard IQ test). Emotional Measures self awareness, self management, social awareness, and relationship management (EQ test). Creative Capable of generating original ideas, open to new experiences, and inquisitiveness. No excuse for not taking these tests because they are accessible online, cheap, and not time consuming. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  4. 4. PRODUCT TO MARKET Think of yourself as a product and your audience as a market. Similar to a company, figure out a marketing plan where you: differentiate from the competition, identify a target market, and make objectives. Create your value proposition. If you are actively seeking employment, then this approach might be a requirement. You have to identify employers and apply to jobs. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  5. 5. PASSION THEORY Find a subject/discipline you feel connected to, something that: makes you feel happy, creates a sense of purpose, or derives self efficacy. There are no guarantees in following passions. Sometimes they work out, sometimes they do not work out. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  6. 6. ‘CRAFTSMAN’ MINDSET1 Identify your core- competencies – skills that differentiate you from others and you have this almost innate understanding and commitment to develop (Gallup Strength Finder). 1) “So Good They Can’t Ignore You: Why Skills Trump Passion in the Quest for Work You Love”, Cal Newport A realist approach: essentially put your best foot forward. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  7. 7. MENTOR/COUNSELOR Get guidance and advice from an expert (counselor, mentor, etc.). The advantage is personal, candid advice. Always smart to learn the latest strategies, tips, and technologies from an expert. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  8. 8. CONCLUSION Many education and career counselors have their own strategies to guide individuals to happy, fulfilling careers. Some share their insights in books (Ken Robinson, Cal Newport, etc.). Many new online applications facilitate the process (gamification, online personality tests, etc.). A goal of the planning stage is to let you and your support circle use your own strategies. Once you have results, translate everything into skills and an action plan to learn each skill (based on learning preferences whenever possible). Then move through the other stages. Revisit the planning stage as you mature, face obstacles, and grow as a person. Learn more about the Skills-Based Approach methodology. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
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