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Transcript of SLDC: #GetYourDreamJob
What is experiential education
The importance of experience through experiential education
The importance of leadership development in the workplace Know Your CEO Phil Gardner's T-Model What is Experiential Education?
Internships Management Model Top Management Leadership Theory #GetYourDreamJob BENEFITS Communications
Michael Dell, Dell Computers
Carly Fiorina, Hewlett-Packard
Jeff Immelt, GE
Michael Eisner, Walt Disney
Ramani Ayer, Hartford Financial
Gordon Harton, Lee Jeans
Howard Schultz, Starbucks
•On average, students with internship experience were offered almost $7,000 dollars more a year than graduates without prior experience (NACE, 2010)
• In 2012, 58.6 percent of all interns were subsequently offered full-time positions by their employers Experience Opportunity 10,000 The top characteristics important for supervisees:
Knowing how to give/receive feedback
The importance of intentional reflection
Personal & Intrapersonal emotional awareness
A realistic self-evaluation Leadership Lessons
From A Crazy Dancing Guy Middle Management First Line Supervisors 10% 25% 40% Technical 50% 50% 50% 40% 25% 10% Human Conceptual #SetGoals Identify Your Plan:
Create your resume
Join Student Organizations
Search for an Internship
Make the most of your experience Set New Goals:
Determine what area of industry you are interested in
Build your Network
Apply EARLY Determine what your supervisor deams to be success
Get engaged with other areas of your company
Shape your reputation by making sure to:
Mind your Manners
Not Place Blame
Refrain from Gossip
Keep things confidential
Be Coachable Build your Reputation Your next step Determine what's next after your entry level position
Continue to establish goals
Shape your own vision of the future ?'s