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Guide to Success in your job

Guide to Success in your job

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Published by: pissmsi on Dec 02, 2010
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Employee training
Achieve More: a guide to success in your job
…appying principes o common sense to everyay worpace proems to improve empoyee eectiveness.
n overview of the PDF book and employee training workshop
Achieve More: a guide to success in your job shows employeeshow to turn problems into opportunitieshow to best manage their timehow best to manage their allocated resouceshow to get their message acrosshow to predict and cope with changeand how to switch–off The content material and associated employee training workshop is a simpleuide to overcoming the problems that get in the way at work. e overall outcomewill be to change the way employees approach their jobs, through their improvedability to handle the job dimensions they are tasked with and the change inattitude the content will bring about. The guide, its materials and the workshop areot job / sector specific. Instead they focus on the key self management skills andapproach to work anybody in any job requires to perform effectively.It is not, however, a guide to management theory nor a work of psychol-gy or sociology; while borrowing some ideas from all these fields it is essentially auide to job effectiveness based on everyday experience, written with a mini-um of jargon and applying principles of common sense to everyday workplaceproblems.
Delivery of this employee training resource
 Achieve More
employee training resource is available either as;single licence / user standalone Acrobat PDF book for individual study;multi-licence in-house trainer led workshop materials;Accel-Team trainer led workshops.
ho this employee training resource is for
e book and the associated classroom based workshop are designed, foranybody who works in whatever field (and that can mean doing a job, runninga voluntary organization, pursuing a hobby etc.) and wish to improve their self anagement skills.It will be particularly helpful to those people who have to organize alarge part of their own work such as managers and supervisors;people who run their own business;anybody who has to do more than a purely repetitive and mechanical job;those new to the job market;employees desiring to improve their problem solving skills;those desiring to move up the job ladder;employees who are about to be impacted on by organizational change;those desiring to take control of their careers.
Advancing employee productivity…job security depends on it
How the training modules are structured
Each of the eight modules has the same structure. Every module;takes a theme (listed in the contents)outlines the key issuesgives examples of how those issues affect worksuggests ways of handling the issues, in some cases with examples of what happened when other people used the approach.Each module is self-contained and can be read / undertaken by itself, thoughthey do of course relate to one another. roughout the text symbols alert delegatesto key features, designed to help make learning as effective – and enjoyable – as pos-sible. e symbols used, and the features that alert are as follows:
 At the beginning of each module
Indicates a list of objectives - key activities that readers/ delegatesshould be able to carry out when they have completed the chapter.ey will find a reminder at the end of each module to check back ver this list.
Within each module
Reminds readers/ delegates that we are about to ask each to carry outa
written activity
- either in the materials supplied or, if preferred, ina separate notebook. We strongly recommend that readers/ delegatesfind someone to discuss their answers with - perhaps someone who isalso using this book. We’ll refer to this person as an adviser.Indicates that we are asking readers/ delegates to
do somethin
. isay simply be to think about an issue or idea, or it may involve read-rs/ delegates in a practical activity, say, recording their progress atwork over several days. e same symbol is also used against
,which you may wish to cut out or photocopy and refer to in future.
Indicates an example - say, of someone else’s work methods or of aeal-life problem that someone has encountered.Readers/ delegates may not find it easy to discuss their own effectiveness at first -but once they have broken the ice they find it well worthwhile. Readers/ delegatesare urged to try to find someone they already feel at ease with, and aim to keeptheir discussion as informal as possible. ere are activities ideally suited to thismentoring process for the first time.
 At the end of each module
Suggests a personal agenda for action - a set of resolutions to put whateaders/ delegates have learned into practice. is is a reminder thatthe book / workshop is about practical, attainable changes in workinghabits. One way of recording readers/ delegates agendas is as an ‘
action plan
’- a list of targets with a date for the attainment of each. Such ‘ac-tion plans’ are fully discussed and readers/ delegates urged to followthrough to attainment of their plans.ere is also a summary of objectives for the whole book and workshop at theend of this brochure.If readers/ delegates decide that they have not achieved what you set out to do:they are advised to discuss the objectives with someone - preferably theiradviser.they are advised to work through the relevant section of text again,taking particular note of the practical steps we recommendabove all, they are urged to persist: if the objective is one they valuethe effort they put into achieving it will be well worthwhile.In addition, each module ends with:a short ‘signpost’ list of related material in other modulesa list of possible sources of help that you might use in your own work-place
Benefits to the individual
Will improve ‘marketable’ skills baseImprove ability and willingness to handle problems effectively Improve self confidenceSee problems as opportunites for personal growth and career develop-entAssist in setting personal / career goal settingsBe better prepared for and take advantage of changeSuccess gained from doing activities will improve motivationImprove ability to work with and through other people
Benefits to the employer
Improved self management skills for employeesLeads to ‘can do’ approach to work and work related problemsLeads to a systematic process orientated approach to workLeads to individual and group improvement in performanceImproves attitude towards change and the need for changeAppropriate and beneficial to all gradesImproves motivation levelsFinancial return will far outweigh intital costs
ere are three versions of this resource.A standalone do–it–yourself single licence in the form of an AcrobatPDF book.A classroom multi-licence for in–house trainers, complete with allecessary materials, including overhead slides, delegate activity sheetsand Acrobat PDF bookExperienced Accel-Team trainer lead workshopsFor current pricing and purchasing options clickhttp://www.accel-team.com/training/employee_1pp.html

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