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Now discover your strengths ppt

  1. 1. Now, Discover Your Strengths
  2. 2. These slides are just samples. You can download full version of these PPT files at : www.HR-management-slides.com
  3. 3. Now, Discover Your Strengths is written by Marcus Buckingham, a management consultant with the Gallup Organization. This book reviews how to find and optimize the potential strengths that exist within us.
  4. 4. According to Marcus Buckinghan people often focus more on what they lack; and then spend time and energy thinking about and making up for that shortcoming. Such a weakness-based approach is not effective in achieving the high-performance of professional life.
  5. 5. HR managers in companies also often use the same approach: what is the competency gap? What are their employees weaknesses? And based on this competency gap method, they then developed a series of training programs to cover the gap (closing competency gap). This weakness-based approach is NOT EFFECTIVE for building superior human resources.
  6. 6. An approach that focuses on a competency gap or weakness will make someone fail to optimize HIS STRENGTH. He will instead be busy covering up his shortcomings. His potential power was forgotten.
  7. 7. To build excellence, one should focus more on what POTENTIAL POWER (Strengths-based approach).
  8. 8. Instead of spending a lot of time thinking about flaws; it is much better to allocate energy to realize our full potential power.
  9. 9. Many people fail to find and realize their potential strengths, because they are too busy thinking about what their weaknesses are. Their mind was more obsessed with weakness; instead of strength.
  10. 10. Then, how to identify the potential power that is within us? Here are the three indicators....
  11. 11. Strength Indication #1 : Past Success Experience 12
  12. 12. Past experience of success, however small the scale of this success, is an indication of your potential strength. For example, someone is involved in a successful project, and from there he feels he is a pretty solid team player. Or someone managed to do a good presentation, this could be an indication he is a good public speaker.
  13. 13. Or another example: someone has succeeded in writing and building a blog; so he felt that one of his potential strengths was in writing down ideas systematically.
  14. 14. These experiences of success, though small in scale, provide clues about the potential direction of the power that lies within us.
  15. 15. Strength Indication 2: You Love What You Do 16
  16. 16. A person usually has potential strength in the field that he really likes. Or in a field that really interests him.
  17. 17. • Someone who likes the world of marketing, may have potential strength in that field. • Someone who has an interest in the world of programming, may have an advantage in that field. • Likewise, someone who likes the world of research, may have potential strengths in the field of research.
  18. 18. On the other hand, a person may not have potential strength in an area that he or she is less passionate about, let alone one that she hates.
  19. 19. • Someone who doesn't like the world of accounting, probably doesn't have the talent and potential for excellence in that field • Someone who doesn't like the world of machinery and engineering, probably doesn't have potential advantages in that field.
  20. 20. In the career world, there are the 6 types of INTEREST that determine the choice of profession.....
  21. 21. Realistic TYPE ️ Have interest in a world that is stable, systematic, and full calculation. Example of professions : engineering, production manager, quality specialist, etc. Investigative TYPE ️ Have interest to the science world. Example of professions : researcher, book writer, journalist.
  22. 22. ARTISTIC TYPE ️ Have interest to artistic world . Example of professions: photographer, musician, player film, design graphic, designer fashion, etc. Social TYPE ️ Have interest for building social connection with others; cooperative and tend to help others. Example of professions: teacher, counselor, therapist, public relation people
  23. 23. Enterprising TYPE ️ Have interest in management of an organization and adventure. Example of professions: Entrepreneur, management consultant, sales and marketing manager. Conventional TYPE ️ Have interest in the area that is practical, organized, and logical. Example of professions: finance, banking, world production, etc.
  24. 24. Indication of Strength 3: Recognized by Coworkers 26
  25. 25. Somebody recognized by colleague in certain field is indication that he masters in such field. 27
  26. 26. • For example, there is an employee who is recognized as having advantages in the area of ​​persuasive communication skills and solid social skills. • Or there are other employees who are always a reference in the process of making systematic presentation materials. • Or someone who is considered as an expert in the world of programming.
  27. 27. 3 Steps to Increase the Potential Power within You......
  28. 28. Step 1: Discover the Potential Strength that Lies within You 30
  29. 29. • Find the potential strength that exists within you, based on the three indicators that have been reviewed above, including: • Past success experience • Interest and passion in this field • Strength discovered by the colleagues
  30. 30. Understanding what our potential strengths are becomes the first step to optimize our strengths
  31. 31. We will not be able to formulate self-improvement steps properly if we do not understand what our potential strengths are.
  32. 32. Step 2: Formulate a Strength Development Plan (Strength Optimizer) 34
  33. 33. After understanding what our potential advantages are, the next step is to formulate a development plan so that our potential strengths are further honed, and grow to be more competent.
  34. 34. The power potential development plan should contain the following points: • What are the skill improvement targets that you want to achieve? It is better if the target is clear and specific. • How will you carry out the process of improving these skills? When, where, and with whom?
  35. 35. Examples of skills improvement targets : • Able to write business reports systematically and accompanied by complete and accurate data. • Able to compose a comprehensive digital marketing plan, accompanied by measurable indicators of success. • Able to conduct effective coaching sessions with subordinates, so that the competence of subordinates will increase.
  36. 36. The process of improving skills should be attained through the method of learning by doing (ie direct learning method with real practice)
  37. 37. Determine the implementation schedule for skills improvement; when it will be done, and with whom it will be done (with superiors, or coworkers)
  38. 38. Step 3: Evaluate the Results of the Improved Skills 40
  39. 39. The potential of our strengths grows and becomes real, when we successfully carry out a constant and sustainable self-development process. In this third step, we need to evaluate the results of improving the skills we have done in the previous step.
  40. 40. In the evaluation, the following points are reviewed: • Have the skills improvement targets been achieved? Is there really any positive growth in our key skills? • If not, then what corrective steps should be taken to make the skills improvement process more effective?
  41. 41. The 3 steps to increase the potential power within us: 1. Identify what is the potential strength within us 2. Carry out the process of improving skills to further hone our strengths 3. Evaluate the results of improving skills
  42. 42. 44 FINISH

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