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Slide 1: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 8 Rules for Career Success Dianne P. O’Leary University of Maryland Slide 2: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 These slides are from a 15 minute presentation at a workshop sponsored by Women in Engineering (WIE). I was asked to speak about my work and how I balance career and personal life. The slides are incomplete, since much of what I said is not contained here. Given here are my personal rules for career success. I was asked to post them because others found them helpful, but “one size” doesn’t fit all. Writing these rules was an interesting exercise in assessing what is important to me and how well my actions fit my principles. Perhaps others will find a similar exercise helpful. Dianne O’Leary oleary@cs.umd.edu Slide 3: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Rule 1: Be passionate about what you do. Slide 4: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Passion is a luxury, but essential to high success. “If you can’t be with the one you love, ….” Slide 5: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Rule 2: Establish goals. Slide 6: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Goals: things that you plan to do. Short term: finish project, organize a meeting, teach child to swim, take a course, plant a garden, … Long term: find better job, pay off mortgage, write a book, … Slide 7: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 These are not goals: “I want to be a grandmother.” “I want to be promoted.” “I want to win the Nobel Prize.” Slide 8: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 These are wishes: “I want to be a grandmother.” “I want to be promoted.” “I want to win the Nobel Prize.” Slide 9: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Not “I want to be a grandmother,” but “I want to be more involved with children.” Slide 10: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Not “I want to be promoted.” but “I want my record to merit promotion.” Slide 11: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Not “I want to win the Nobel Prize,” but “I want my work to be good enough to merit an award.” Slide 12: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Rule 3: Demand reasons. Slide 13: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Reasons: Know why your supervisor wants a task done. More importantly, know why you are doing the task! Slide 14: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Your reason should be drawn from a short list: I want to. It is a step toward my goals. It gives back to the community. Slide 15: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Rule 4: Set priorities. Slide 16: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Setting priorities (a.k.a., time management) “Pay yourself first.” Take your time “off the top,” not from the leftovers. Slide 17: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 “Put the big rocks in first.” Steven Covey If you care about your research, schedule it for a substantial block of your most productive time. If you care about your family, save some energy for them! If anything is important to you, schedule time for yourself. Slide 18: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Rule 5: Network up and down. Slide 19: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Networking: Get to know the senior people. Right now, you need to be known by them. Get to know the junior people. Right now, they need you. Later, you will need them! Slide 20: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Rule 6: Communicate well and often. Slide 21: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Communicate well and often. Make sure that your supervisor and your colleagues know what you do. Have an “elevator speech”. Keep your resume’ updated. Slide 22: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Rule 7: Hone your skills. Slide 23: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Hone your skills. Never stop learning. Be appropriately confident of your abilities. Slide 24: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Rule 8: Get a life. Slide 25: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Get a life. Keep a balance in your life. Make sure all of you self-esteem eggs are not in one basket. Slide 26: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Support system: faith family friends fitness fun Slide 27: Dianne P. O'Leary Women in Engineering Presentation May 3, 2003 Skills Life Communication Network Reasons Priorities Goals Passion

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