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Develop your 5-year personal, professional development plan

EDUCAUSE Security Professionals conference

Jenny Mehmedovic

on 16 April 2013

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Transcript of Develop your 5-year personal, professional development plan

Jenny Mehmedovic
Assistant to the Provost
University of Kansas Elevate your game:
Develop your 5-year personal, professional development plan Where are you now? Where do you want to be? -http://plannedhappenstance.com Planned Happenstance THANK YOU THINKING OF ACTION STEPS YOU CAN TAKE…
Right now (achievable in 2 weeks or less!)

Future horizon (strategic directions/goals) getting there…. IDENTIFY PEOPLE WHO CAN HELP YOU…
Reality checks
Networking getting there… CURRENT SNAPSHOT IN TIME
Current skills assessment Pick an action step and get it done!
Repeat! Start walking! We do not always need a plan to create a career.
Instead, we need a plan to act on happenstance
– to transform unplanned events into
career opportunity. DREAMING BIG
Application of strengths
Gap analysis of current vs. future skill-set Where do you want to be? EDUCAUSE Security Professionals conference
April 2013 Planning your Personal Professional Development jmehmedo@ku.edu
785-864-4532 How do I put a Life Plan together? Visualization exercise for clarity on what matters most.
A five-step program for identifying where you are NOW and how to get to where you want to be.
A weekly and quarterly process for keeping your life on-plan and in the direction of your highest priorities.
Planning templates to support your plan. www.michaelhyatt.com www.thinkyourmoney.com/goal-setting-worksheet.html Career Planning is an essential skill for the 21st Century Less job security
Up is not the only way
Technical knowledge and skills obsolescence Factors that influence your 5-Year Plan The state of higher education
Your institution's strategic plan
Your department's goals
Your personal performance review How to start a 5-Year Plan Start at where you want to end
Does it fit your life plan?
Assess where you are now and how you got here
Plan your next steps Carry out a career review For each position:
Reasons for taking the job
What you most enjoyed
What you enjoyed least, and the major frustrations you experienced
Reasons for moving on www.job-search-mentoring.com/career-development-plan.html www.resumup.com Excel timeline template http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/MWRC10_202068.pdf Tips and Tools for Your 5-Year Career Plan http://www.careers-advice-online.com/support-files/sample-career-development-plan-worksheet.pdf 1 Year Plan
Tactics and
Opportunities D) something I’m responsible for cultivating in
the people who report to me What is professional development? Where do you want to be? How do you get there? Where are you now? A) something other people need B) something I don’t have time for C) something I wish I had more time for E) a process and a way to create your own destiny 5 Year Plan
Strategies and Goals Life Plan
Values and Aspirations Your Life Plan what is it about your work
that is worth
the investment of your life? did you learn anything that would modify your dream? how have you
developed YOUR
self-awareness? StrengthsFinder2.0 who do you rely on? where do you look? not sure
within 1 year
2-3 years
4-5 years
5-9 years
>9 years when will you be considering a move? which of the following opportunities interest you? Attending a residential immersion program
Attending a conference
Presenting at a conference
Volunteering to read proposals or moderate sessions
Joining a discussion group what's one
step you will
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