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Digital Business Cube - 57374

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Ref: Class Notes Lesson 1 Slide 3
SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT

This Signature Assignment will:
Provide an autobiography of the class and principal teaching points
Apply to those highlights to my career and professional development

This will be accomplished through an exploration of:
Summary discussion points of each chapter
Illustrative examples of the assigned exercises as they applied to my professional desires and potential
Introduction
EDM 310
Chapter 1: Values
Summary
Chapter 2: Personality Type
CLOSE
UP
Begins the exploration of personal values

How will personal values impact career choice

Look at The Value Theory by Shalom Schwartz

Take the VIA Survey of character strengths
Schwartz Value Theory

Values are beliefs
Refer to desirable goals
Transcend specific actions
Serve as standards
Ordered in importance
Relative importance guides actions
My VIA Survey
(with Groupings)
Kindness
Fairness
Making a difference
Transformation
Appreciate beauty and excellence
Social intelligence
Applying My Values to Career

Tourism - Sporting Event Planner
Plan major events such as MMA fights, poker tournaments for major casino

Business - Mortgage Officer
Coordinate and procure loans for major commercial real estate investors
Discuss personality types

Explore and apply trait theories

Compare traits to career interests
Trait Factor Theories focus on:
How you acquire info
Energy & attention
Decisions/judgements
How you are related to

Three principal theorists:
Frank Parsons - social reformer
John Holland - psychologist
Carl Jung - psychiatrist
Holland Code
Six predictable personality types
Work environment reflect personality types
RIASEC

Myers-Brigg Typology Index (MBTI)
Based from Jung
Behavior based on natural tendencies
16 distinct personality types
Based on 4 dichotomies
EDP310 Lesson 2 Side 10
4 MBTI Dichotomies
Holland's RIASEC Code
Myers-Brigg Typology Index
Playing to My Strengths
Holland Codes - I am
R
ealistic,
E
nterprising and
S
ocial
MBTI - ISFP
These indicate working as a team coordinator or service related with attention to details
Both my career choices reflect this


Address Weaknesses
Need to work on investigative and artistic (Holland) to become more capable in my selected careers
Focus on becoming more extroverted and trusting my intuition (MBTi)
Being aware of these traits will assist in my career development
Chapter 3: Generational and Life Stage Differeneces
Connor Hopkins
Super's Developmental Theory
Emphasized importance of self-concept
Career is expression of one's self-concept
3 Tenants
5 life stages to career development
Each stage driven by 5 developmental tasks
Career is a combination of life roles played out over time
Multigenerational Workplace
Baby Boomers (1946-1964)
Generation X (1965-`1979)
Millennials (1980 - 2000)
Generation Z (2000 - )
Different approach and attitude in:
Behavior
Importance
Education
Problem solving
Decision making
Leadership
Feedback
Change mgt.
Millennial
Strengths
Well educated
Informed
Networked
Embrace Technology
Collaborative
Entrepreneurial
Life focused
Weaknesses
Entitled
Impulsive
Lazy
Too young
Chapter 4: Personal Mindset
Social Cognitive Career Theory - Albert Bandura
Interaction of 3 factors with one becoming dominant
Self-efficacy: belief in ability to reach a goal
Outcome expectation: results from performing specific behavior
Personal goal: conscious decision to organize behavior
Mindset Theory - Carol Dweck
Fixed
Character, intelligence and creativity are fixed
Success depends on ability to apply your fixed traits
Growth
Challenge is opportunity to grow
Failure is learning
Intelligence and learning can be developed

Ref: Lesson 4 Class Notes Slides 13-14
My Personal Mindset
From the quiz, I am 100% GROWTH mindset
I can learn anything, I do not fear failure
Ways to positively impact growth mindset
Challenge yourself - push your limits
Don't be afraid to fail
Experience a variety of things
Make friends, listen and collaborate
Constantly learn
Travel
Chapter 6: Organizational Change
Chapter 7: Response to Change
Chapter 5: Emotional
Intelligence
What is Emotional Intelligence?
Ability to perceive and project emotions accurately
Use feelings for growth and problem solving
Control your emotions and sense emotions in others to motivate them
Five Components of Emotional Intelligence
Self-awareness
Self-regulation
Motivation
Empathy
Social skills
Emotional Awareness is Important Career Advancement
Because ...
You can better control yourself (self awareness)
You can relate better with co-workers and enhance collaboration
You are more perceptive
It can lower work-related stress
Enhances communications
Promotes leadership
Promotes customer focus

Organizational Change
Two Models Evaluated
Kotter's 8-step process to change
1. Create urgency
2. Form a powerful coalition
3. Create a vision for change
4. Communicate the vision

Concerns Based Adaptation Model (CBAM)
Framework to manage change
Consider behaviors, beliefs and attitudes
Perfect result will equally consider individual, behaviors and innovation (change)

5. Empower action
6. Create quick wins
7. Build on the change
8. Make it stick


Which Model to Use
Kotter's model fits my values, personality and mind-set
It is linear in nature - organized, purposeful
It embodies collaboration
It promotes communication
It empowers those effected by the change
It is designed to last
These are all values that millinials embrace and are evident in my RAISEC and MBTI scores
Lessons from "Who Moved My Cheese"
Change happens
Anticipate change
Monitor change
Adapt quickly to change
Change
Enjoy change
Be ready to change again
Diffusion of Innovation Theory - reactions to change
Innovators - Sniff
Early adopter - Scurry
Early Majority - Haw
Late Majority
Laggards - Hem
My Response to Change
Early Majority - Haw
Need to buy into the need for change
May take a little longer to accept change but not a resistor
Need to collaborate about change and hear the vision

Personal Barriers
Need to see the need for myself - don't want to change for change's sake
Need to see my role in the changed environment
Need to be part of the process
Need to see the success (early victories)
1. Looked at personal traits and learned about myself. Did I pick the right career field - am I matched for it? Also, how do I change and accept change?

2. The various surveys (VIA, Holland, MBTI) shed light on myself. The exercises forced us to look deeper into our skills and career desires.

3. Emotional intelligence is a skill and is key to understanding other as well as yourself.

4. This course has opened my eyes to my own attitudes and behaviors and with that knowledge I can better manage myself and interact with others.

5. The exercises made us challenge ourselves and validate our own ideals, values and behaviors. These are all impacts points to how I will live my life both personally and professionally.

6. Three major takeaways: value of the surveys, the importance of emotional intelligence and how to lead and react to change
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