The idea of a 30 yrs old man

Reflections are your personal response to the topic, and them is not a right answer. Grading is based on completeness in answering the questions, grammar/spelling and length requirement. Prompts will be posted here no later than 2 hours after each class. Papers must include student name and PID. Reflection Questions: (you don/ need address every question but use these as stepping off points): (reflections are 1-2 typed pages, to be tumed in to the Reflection 1 assignment box in D2L, to be emailed to me, or brought to class next week. 1. Clint discussed the idea of a 30-60-90 day plan, as a framework he uses to think about how he will add value to an organization over time. Have you given any thought to how you would add value to an organization, either as a full-time employee or as an intem, in your first 30, 60 or 90 days on a job? What can you do well going in to an organization? What will you challenge yourself to do? 2. Clint discussed 4 main questions that he thought were important to consider as you think about moving into the world of employment. How would you answer these questions? Why do you think they are important to an employer? 1. What do I want to do? 2. How do I portray that to the world? 3. How would others speak of me when I am not around? 4. How do I plan to give back? 3. Our speaker talked about thinking of your time at MSU as your foundation, of which the things you are involved in are your bricks. What are you involved in? What projects, activities, organizations, interests do you have that are giving you skills outside of your academic classes? Where do you think you could improve? 4. One thing that employees, especially entry level employees don/ often think about is understanding how what they do impacts or fits in with the larger organization. What do you know about the industry you want to work in outside of the role yo

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