My Career Plan

3086 Words Nov 13th, 2010 13 Pages
lnIntroduction
This report aims at planning my personal career. Here are four sections consisted of my preferred personal career, my networking strategy, my online professional presence and my written job applications. All these details are based on my previous personal brand, my ideal career and basic marketing knowledge.

Four sections 1. My preferred personal career 1) Explain which career type I prefer
I prefer the Portfolio Career. Here are the reasons why I choose it as follows. * I can pick up my favourite career because I have more opportunities to try different jobs. * It saves much time to do many jobs at the same time because time weighs a lot to the youth. * Many opportunities to engage in personal and
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4) Evaluate how the perception of the personal brand and career aspirations may have changed since I first explored them in Block A. * Before I apply for a job, I have to learn the background and situation of the firm every well. Additionally, I have to know what the job is about and what the firm wants from my working. I will not get the job until I stand on the firm’s boots. * There are still some requirements which should be enhanced if I want to be a marketer, like interpersonal networking, open-minded creativity and imagination and problem solving skill. * I may have to change some of my own features to meet the job’s requirements. In front of the customers, I am the company, the brand and the product. If I cannot express the characters of the goods, people will lose their interest immediately.

5) References * http://careercoaching.suite101.com/article.cfm/portfolio_career_and_professional_fulfilment 17 April, 2010

* http://www.hr-guide.com/data/G000.htm 25 April, 2010

2. My networking strategy 1) Outline and justify the networking strategy that I intend to adopt in order to achieve the career goals
Strategy development steps ①: i) Profile your audience (current and potential)
The current and potential audience can be profiled in many different ways such as by age, knowledge, geographical location, income,
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