Using Your PVP
In the workbook, on the pages 24, 25, and 26, I have actually added quite a few, I added some articles that I have written that will help you sort of with the professional value proposition, just to kind of get through that. And it just takes a little bit of time, okay? So I don't want you to get antsy or upset if you cannot nail this at this very moment. This is a pretty complex process because we're now changing everything that you've done so far, where we really make you go inside and say, I am perfect the way I am. And I have a right to be here. I have a right to ask for what I'm asking for. I have something to be added. The professional value proposition is used to demonstrate your leadership abilities. That's the essence of leadership. Is to be able to communicate what needs to be done, why it needs to be done, and to argue why anybody would wanna do that, and what's in it for them. It will help you to get promotions and advancing, not just as an entrepreneur, but obviously, in t...
he job this should be done on a consistent ongoing basis. It makes you get hot job opportunities. That's what gets you opportunities. Because now, someone says, you know, she may not be talking all the time, but when she says something and when she's in my office and we're talking, I can really tell that she's paying attention. That is somebody to watch. That's who you want to be. You want to be that somebody to watch. It also helps you with confidence 'cause if you get in this consistent pattern of saying, hey, hey, can we just talk about this? Okay, I've identified in the last meeting that this was happening. I think this is a really good idea, why? I think I should be running with this because it's gonna make you really look good because of that, and this is the end result, I think that's gonna come out. What do you think? I want that as a boss. That somebody does that, because it makes my life a lot easier. It also helps you to consistently explain your value, which especially the women amongst us sometimes have a very difficult time explaining our value. And it helps you to map out and design a career path. Clarity and verbiage. And as you now have probably already noticed, the way I formulate certain things, it's all in how you present it. You can present everything in a positive and advantageous matter. As long as you're clear that who you are is perfectly okay. If you're not sure that being an introvert, or an extrovert, of being a thinker and not a feeler, or being a feeler and not a thinker, or whatever that might be be. If you have a problem with that, other people will smell it like a rat. So it's important that you're gonna be really doing some self-loving, perhaps, and like feeling really comfortable about who you are. So the clarity and verbiage helps you with the personal brand, setting clear objectives, and being seen and heard. And now we are at the end of this class. I cannot believe it. We already have arrived. So there's a couple of ways you can engage with me. I have written a book called Happy Woman Happy World, that's available on Amazon. So if you are interested in learning more about some of these ideas, please go ahead and get that book. You can engage with me on Twitter, on Facebook. And I have free gifts for everybody. This is part of my engagement, making sure that the people that I touch have as much as possible to take home. So if you are an entrepreneur, you wanna check out the Beate Chelette free gifts. And if you are in an employed position, probably the other gifts might be more helpful for you. But you, of course, are free to help yourself to everything.
We live in a culture that's obsessed with self-improvement. We're constantly being encouraged to examine our weaknesses and do everything we can to improve upon them.
But rather than always focusing on what's wrong with us, we need to start looking more at what's right. Being able to identify your strengths, hone them and then present them to the outside world is key to advancing your career, whether that means convincing your employer that you deserve a promotion or winning new clients for your business.
Taught by respected entrepreneur, consultant, author and teacher Beate Chelette, this course utilizes the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator to help you better understand your personality type and what are the natural qualities that make you good at what you do. We'll then put together a Professional Value Proposition to help you talk about your skills with confidence and communicate the value you bring to an organization.
In this class, you'll learn how to:
- Identify and understand your personality type using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
- Figure out what you're naturally good at and how you can use that to advance your career.
- Build your confidence by focusing on the positive aspects of who you are.
- Create a SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats) to identify your superskills and blind spots.
- Create a convincing Professional Value Proposition.
- Communicate your strengths and skills to your team, colleagues, superiors and clients.