JOLT 2

DEALING THROUGH SELF EXAMINATION

Leadership
  • Create Content — Gives the most benefit.
  • Publish Content  — make it personal.
  • Public Speaking — find opportunities
  • Be Active — Build relationships.
  • Public Speaking — find opportunities
  • Participate — in relevant communities.
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In this Jolt session, Marcelle Yeager teaches us how to elevate our resume get the interviews we want. While resume practices differ across the world, the basic principles are the same for creating a unique resume that will get you invitations to interview. Bring your resume to this hands-on session, where we'll learn practical tools and questions to ask ourselves, as well as obtain peer feedback to enable you to write a top-notch resume that is tailored for the positions you want.

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“Personal branding is the process of actively managing the way a person wants to be perceived.”
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Leadership
  • Create Content — Gives the most benefit.
  • Publish Content  — make it personal.
  • Public Speaking — find opportunities
  • Be Active — Build relationships.
  • Public Speaking — find opportunities
  • Participate — in relevant communities.
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In this Jolt session, Marcelle Yeager teaches us how to elevate our resume get the interviews we want. While resume practices differ across the world, the basic principles are the same for creating a unique resume that will get you invitations to interview. Bring your resume to this hands-on session, where we'll learn practical tools and questions to ask ourselves, as well as obtain peer feedback to enable you to write a top-notch resume that is tailored for the positions you want.

“Personal branding is the process of actively managing the way a person wants to be perceived.”
QUOTE
Leadership
  • Create Content — Gives the most benefit.
  • Publish Content  — make it personal.
  • Public Speaking — find opportunities
  • Be Active — Build relationships.
  • Public Speaking — find opportunities
  • Participate — in relevant communities.
LIST
Leadership
  • Create Content — Gives the most benefit.
  • Publish Content  — make it personal.
  • Public Speaking — find opportunities
  • Be Active — Build relationships.
  • Public Speaking — find opportunities
  • Participate — in relevant communities.
LIST
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In this Jolt session, Marcelle Yeager teaches us how to elevate our resume get the interviews we want. While resume practices differ across the world, the basic principles are the same for creating a unique resume that will get you invitations to interview. Bring your resume to this hands-on session, where we'll learn practical tools and questions to ask ourselves, as well as obtain peer feedback to enable you to write a top-notch resume that is tailored for the positions you want.

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“Personal branding is the process of actively managing the way a person wants to be perceived.”
QUOTE
Leadership
  • Create Content — Gives the most benefit.
  • Publish Content  — make it personal.
  • Public Speaking — find opportunities
  • Be Active — Build relationships.
  • Public Speaking — find opportunities
  • Participate — in relevant communities.
LIST
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In this Jolt session, Marcelle Yeager teaches us how to elevate our resume get the interviews we want. While resume practices differ across the world, the basic principles are the same for creating a unique resume that will get you invitations to interview. Bring your resume to this hands-on session, where we'll learn practical tools and questions to ask ourselves, as well as obtain peer feedback to enable you to write a top-notch resume that is tailored for the positions you want.

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“Personal branding is the process of actively managing the way a person wants to be perceived.”
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takeaways
Competing
  • "My Way"
  • Win-lose
  • Zero-sum game
  • Highly assertive personalities often fall back on it
  • Should be used mainly in emergency/crisis
Accomodating
  • “Your way”
  • Lose-win
  • Giving the opposing side what he wants
  • The goal is to maintain peace or make the issue minor
Avoiding
  • “No way”
  • Lose-Lose
  • Hopes the problem resolves itself without a confrontation
  • Might Come from a place of low esteem or hold a position of low power
Collaborating
  • “Our way”
  • Win-Win
  • Integrating ideas set out by multiple people with the object of finding a solution accepted by everyone
  • Danger of wasting time
Compromising
  • Partial lose-lose
  • Calls for both sides of a conflict to give up elements of their position in order to establish an acceptable solution
  • Both sides will most likely lose something
takeaways
Diagnosing conflict model

This model will help you to get to the roots of the conflict.

further
Dare to Disagree — good disagreement is central to progress

Most people instinctively avoid conflict, but as Margaret Heffernan shows us, good disagreement is central to progress. She illustrates how the best partners aren’t echo chambers — and how great research teams, relationships and businesses allow people to deeply disagree.

FURTHER LEARNING
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In Defense Of Indirect Confrontation: Managing Cross-Culture Conflict

Read more about culture as an important variable in conflicts.

Read article

FURTHER LEARNING
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The Hidden Colours of Team Conflict

Another way to look at how people respond to conflicts.

Read article

FURTHER LEARNING
Thinking task

Think of a conflict you currently have at your workplace which you want to solve.  Start diagnosing it according to the Diagnosing Conflicts Model we’ve learned (See “Takeaways” section).  In our next Jolt you will each build a plan on how to  solve this conflict.

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MANDATORY
Share your diagnosis card with a friend

Were they surprised by the result?

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JOLT 2