Your Career Success Formula


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YOUR CAREER SUCCESS FORMULA and the conundrum of technical leadership Kate Matsudaira, Principal / Urban Influence / @katemats TECHKNOWLEDGE - JANUARY 2016


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What happened to merit?


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No. 1


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No. 2


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No. 3


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No. 4


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The new world of tech


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STRATEGY


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Choose the right game to play


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Following your passion is for suckers


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Craftsman 
 Mindset* * For more on this topic you should read So Good They Can’t Ignore You by Cal Newport


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Deliberate practice


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…chess players at the highest skill level (i.e. grandmasters) expended about 5000 hours on serious study alone during their first decade of serious chess play — nearly five times the average amount reported by intermediate-level players. 
 Published in 2005 in Applied Cognitive Psychology Journal


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Do you have a target?


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• MAKING IT WORK FOR YOU Make a list of the skills you have (or could have) that are rare and valuable.
 • What would it take for you be the best in the world at your job? These are your GOALS.
 • Carve out time for deliberate practice and learning.


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RESULTS


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Work on the right things


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Fill in the gaps


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Manage your manager


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Not all bosses 
 are good ones


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If a tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound?


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Send your status in email


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Deliver on your commitment


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Be on time


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Make the most of your time


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• MAKING IT WORK FOR YOU Manage your manager - have regular meetings and ask good questions.
 • Share your status. Make your work known.
 • Be on time.
 • Work hard and make the most of your time.


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INFLUENCE


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Influence comes from power


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what is power?


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3 SOURCES OF POWER


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Expertise


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Charisma


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Relationships


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Trust


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HOW DO YOU ASSESS PERFORMANCE? Documentation Hours? Features? Mentoring Quality Recruiting Collaboration Operations Maintainability Innovation & new ideas


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HOW DO YOU JUDGE PERFORMANCE?


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What is trust?


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Build trust


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Elements of trust Reputation Contribution Relationship Architecture Elements are based on Kay’s framework from the “Foundations of Corporate Success”


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MAKE TWO LISTS 1. Who are the most influential people at your work?
 
 2. Who do you spend the most time with?


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Relationships are like filmstrips


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Rebuild burned bridges


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Reciprocity


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Focus on the long term


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Where does success come from?


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Infinite power influence


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MAKING IT WORK FOR YOU • How can you build better relationships?
 • Expand your relationship architecture: make connections with influential people outside your team.


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ATTITUDE


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YOU AMAZING YOU


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• IMAGINE Do they work more hours? • Do they have more knowledge? • How are they different?


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IT’ S NOT JUST ABOUT WHAT YOU DO, BUT HOW YOU DO IT.


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Be someone people want to work with


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• IMAGINE Who is the person you admire most at work?
 • What do they do differently?
 • How do they make you feel?


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Be open


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Bring solutions


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Empathy with a positive attitude


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• REFRAME Reverse • Long term • Chance to grow


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Make others feel important


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Be coachable Authenticity Desire to 
 improve Humility to 
 take feedback


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MAKING IT WORK FOR YOU • How are you coming to work? 
 • Be present.
 • Ask for feedback and then just say thank you instead of explaining.


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Mickey and Oprah eating a chess-themed cake?


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STRATEGY + RESULTS + INFLUENCE 
 + ATTITUDE = SUCCESS


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HOW CAN I HELP YOU? Kate Matsudaira, Principal / Urban Influence / @katemats


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