صبار شكور

Kata صبار شكور (sabbar syakur) dalam Al-Quran:

  1. QS Ibrahim/14: 5
  2. QS Luqman/31: 31
  3. QS Saba’/34: 19
  4. QS Asy-Syura/41:33
  1. وَلَقَدْ أَرْسَلْنَا مُوسَى بِآيَاتِنَا أَنْ أَخْرِجْ قَوْمَكَ مِنَ الظُّلُمَاتِ إِلَى النُّورِ وَذَكِّرْهُمْ بِأَيَّامِ اللَّهِ إِنَّ فِي ذَلِكَ لآيَاتٍ لِكُلِّ صَبَّارٍ شَكُورٍ
  2. أَلَمْ تَرَ أَنَّ الْفُلْكَ تَجْرِي فِي الْبَحْرِ بِنِعْمَتِ اللَّهِ لِيُرِيَكُمْ مِنْ آيَاتِهِ إِنَّ فِي ذَلِكَ لآيَاتٍ لِكُلِّ صَبَّارٍ شَكُورٍ
  3. فَقَالُوا رَبَّنَا بَاعِدْ بَيْنَ أَسْفَارِنَا وَظَلَمُوا أَنْفُسَهُمْ فَجَعَلْنَاهُمْ أَحَادِيثَ وَمَزَّقْنَاهُمْ كُلَّ مُمَزَّقٍ إِنَّ فِي ذَلِكَ لآيَاتٍ لِكُلِّ صَبَّارٍ شَكُورٍ
  4. إِنْ يَشَأْ يُسْكِنِ الرِّيحَ فَيَظْلَلْنَ رَوَاكِدَ عَلَى ظَهْرِهِ إِنَّ فِي ذَلِكَ لآيَاتٍ لِكُلِّ صَبَّارٍ شَكُورٍ

Personal Objective Plan

Goal: To use networking to improve job prospects in a field unrelated to my doctorate

To illustrate the strategy we suggest for setting personal objectives, this example looks at a career development opportunity – using networking to improve job prospects

1. Identify what is stopping you from achieving your goal or things that concern you

  • Don’t know anyone who works in this area
  • No idea what to ask people about their jobs
  • Can’t think why people would help me
  • Is this a realistic job for me?

2. Identify what will help you achieve your goal

  • By talking with people in this field I will be able to find out more about the skills they want and check that my skills match.
  • Because this is a change in direction for me, networking will really help to make a personal impression and allow me to sell my skills.
  • I will offer to keep the people who help me informed of my progress: it will help me stay motivated

3. Identify the resources which might help you

Identify people to talk to

  • Careers service – lots of employers visit them
  • Ask my family and friends (and supervisor) if someone works in this area or has any contacts
  • Check destination lists of former students for contacts
  • Alumni Office – they might have a list of former graduates who are willing to talk to current students (also ask the Careers Service)

Ask the right questions

  • I will ask the Careers Service for help
  • Research effective networking on this site and the key careers sites
  • Make a list of what I would want to tell someone if they were interested in being a research student – this might suggest some questions
  • Use recruitment brochures – make a list of what I want to know that isn’t in them
  • Look at the recruitment information and application forms – what do I need to know to complete these successfully?

Why would people help me?

  • They might be recruiting – have a good CV ready to show people
  • If they don’t usually recruit PhD students, they might want to know more about the skills I have that are relevant.
  • They might want to improve their links to the University – ask the Careers Service if they have links with the companies I want to talk to.
  • When I contact them, ask what they might want to get out of my visit or ask at the end of the interview if I can help them

Am I being realistic?

  • Look at profiles of employees in brochures and on the web to see if anyone with my background has been successful in this industry
  • Check out the postgraduate destination statistics at the Careers Service to see what previous doctorates in my field have done.
  • Make a list of the skills these employers look for and draw up evidence from my background to check my suitability.

4. Now set some deadlines:

This afternoon

  • Find out if there are any networks I can tap into – visit or call careers service and alumni office

This evening

  • Call home and see if anyone knows someone working in this area

This week

  • Talk to friends, supervisor, anyone I can think of about this – see if they have any contacts
  • Search on the web for advice – maybe email a relevant careers site to ask for help

Next week

  • Start to draw up questions I want to ask
  • Get in touch with my friendliest contact – ask them if they would be willing to have conversation or arrange a visit
  • If I have not been successful in identifying anyone, go back to Careers Service and see if they know of any events which might lead to new contacts

Two weeks

  • Review progress – have I arranged any visits or interviews? How many names do I have? If I have arranged or carried out visits, write letters to thank my contacts.
  • Widen my net if I need to – Student Industrial Society or equivalent, local Chamber of Commerce, professional bodies?
  • Thank everyone who has helped – send a positive summary of my progress and ask for any other suggestions for action.

This goal is now looking achievable and satisfies all the conditions of being SMARTE.

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