“Career Management and Change” Please respond to the following:
ORIGINAL WORK, NO PLAGIARISM, 1 REFERENCE
PART 1 PLEASE RESPOND IN 275 WORDS
•Watch the video titled, “How Will the World be in 2020” (5 min 19 s). You can also view the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XB0CORT1k9w. Next, explain in detail how you are ready to manage change in the workplace after watching the video. Give an example of a change you navigated, either professional or personal and how you prepared for that change. Note: When incorporating information from the workplace, be sure to remove all identifying information such as the name of the organization, the names of individual affiliates, and sensitive or proprietary information.
PART 2 PLEASE RESPOND AND COMENT TO THIS DISCUSSION NO LESS THE 175 WORDS BASE ON 1 CREDIBLE RESORCE
In my personal perspective, you can never be truly ready for handling change within the workplace since you really don’t know the types of change that can occur. However, I feel that being proactive is your best defense for handling change. For instance, as a banker, change is constant. In my prior position, I was a customer service email representative. For this position, my primary responsibility was responding to the financial institutions incoming emails that were sent on behalf of customers. Ensuring the quality and accuracy of my responses was a task on its own. However, management advised that it was necessary for me to register and obtain my lending license through NMLS (National Mortgage Lending System), given that there was a shortage for loan representatives. As opposed to becoming frustrated with this decision, I choose to strengthen my experience in lending. Prior to obtaining my license, I obtained diplomas and certifications on lending through PBA (Pennsylvania Bankers Association). Therefore by the time that I obtained my lending license through NMLS, I was confident and comfortable with accepting loan applications.