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The right mental models are a necessary prerequisite for developing into a Contributor. Topics relate to the students capability to connect into the job-market. Through this exploration, the student is expected to recognize that Contributors have a wider definition of success than Non-contributors. While Non-contributors define success in terms of material success, achievement, external impact, etc. An acquisitive career is one in which the career-seeker is focused on acquiring higher position, higher salary, more benefits etc.
A contributive career is one where the career-seeker is focused on contributing, with rewards being a by-product of the contributions made. Whereas, the Contributor finds a solution.
In other words, the Contributor develops the capacity to find solutions through continuous practice and learning from other Contributors. In this topic, students learn the importance of willingness and ability to find solutions. It means making a positive difference, a tangible impact, a specific contribution to any situation. Contributors are therefore extremely result-focused, but the result is measured in terms of value created.
They get involved. They are enthusiastic. They go deep into the subject. In short, Contributors love what they do. This is in direct contrast to Non-contributors who want to do only what they love - an approach that seems reasonable until you realize that life and workplaces have so much variety that you may very often be called upon to do tasks that seem unpleasant or boring until you get involved. In this topic, students learn the importance of engaging deeply with whatever work they do — at work, in study, in personal life.
In every situation they get into, they find a way to create something good for self and for all at the same time — including team mates, bosses, customers and their organization. Contrasting to this is the mindset of a Non-Contributor. This leads to unpleasant situations, broken relationships, unhappy team-mates, subordinates, and bosses, and lower trust in any situation.
Students are expected to learn to appreciate the importance of thinking win-win for all stakeholders and also in various situations.
How do they do this? In this way of thinking, they are able to give due importance to the human aspects of a situation, and not just the technical or commercial aspects. But this is not all. Imaginative Sympathy goes beyond looking at the human aspects of the situation.
It also means that Contributors are able to anticipate possible interactions or reactions, they are able to take a multi-dimensional view of a situation and they are able to bring about changes or results while taking everybody along with them. Imaginative Sympathy translates itself into active concern for others. Students will learn the importance and consequences of Imaginative Sympathy in a workplace situation. They receive this help if and only if they are trusted and, in turn, trust.
Contributors practice trust behavior from very early in their career, thereby building a huge trust balance like a bank balance over their career and relationships. The term Trust Behavior may be described as character-in-action. Students are expected to learn to develop a deep appreciation of trust behavior and how it is practiced. Students will learn to develop both a generic resume and resumes specific to some types of jobs.
Students learn about best practices and common errors in developing their resume. Student Zone.
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