For my last post on Conflict and Negotiation, I would like to target students in order to talk about the importance of the Dissertation to negotiate your future.
After all, this 10,000 piece of work represents 70% of our third year final grade and it takes A LOT of our time researching, interviewing and writing.
As a matter of fact, it should help us to negotiate our future, give us a bit of help regarding our future job, don’t you think?
Negotiation has a lot of definitions, but some of them are:
- To sell our abilities.
- To succeed in going over.
- To succeed in accomplishing or managing.
Depending on the topic chosen, it might be related to your dream job for some of you.
It is for me.
And in my opinion it can reveal promising talent and convince a future employer to hire YOU and not someone else. It is important to write on a specific topic for one year, to think about it every single day and to analyse it in-depth. It demonstrates your skills to identity a research question adapted to a precise topic with a testable hypothesis and a valid conclusion.
For those of you who choose randomly a topic that doesn’t passionate you, what are your motivations?
You can also discover throughout your research that this area is
not for you, and therefore negotiate a smart decision with yourself regarding your future career. You see, dissertation is all about making choice, either for yourself or for your future. As a matter of fact, it is a really important step in our student’s life, don’t you think?
What about you? What does the dissertation mean to you?
Do you think it helps you to negotiate your professional life?
Some people are becoming a bit crazy during this hard period of writing the dissertation:
I didn’t even know it exists but here is what I found to help us to keep concentration (haha):