Career Skills Development

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Skills Development means developing yourself and your skill sets to add value for the organization and for your own career development. Fostering an attitude of appreciation for lifelong learning is the key to workplace success. Continuously learning and developing one’s skills requires identifying the skills needed for mobility , and then successfully seeking out training or on-the-job opportunities for developing those skills.Developing your skills begins with assessing which skills are important for your desired career development.

Speak with your supervisor or manager and other career mentors to identify the types of skills that will help move you forward in your career.

Your development should follow the 70-20-10 rule:

 Model of our management and career development .70% of your development should come from on-the-job activities and action learning. This can include development experiences like managing a project, serving on a cross-functional team; taking on a new task, job shadowing, job rotation, etc. 20% of your development should come from interactions with others.
This includes having a mentor, being a mentor, coaching, participating in communities of practice, serving as a leader in a staff organization, etc.

10% of your development should come from training, including classes, seminars, webinars, podcasts, conferences, etc.

Once you have identified the skills you need to develop to achieve your career goals, your next step is identifying how you will develop your skills. The two main avenues for developing your skills are through the following:

  1. Education and training
  2. Developmental experiences

We start by helping you think about the direction you want your career to take, and then help you find fulfillment in that career. You can then learn the skills you need to get ahead; and find out how to deal with the challenges you’ll face, in a graceful and seemingly effortless way.

The list of topics below would be covered to help you target or identify what your next step should be in developing your career;

Framework chart for our development into career skills.

  • Thinking About Career Direction
  • Understanding your Strengths
  • Career Test
  • Enhancing your Job
  • Effective Working Relationship
  • General Career Skills
  • Getting Ahead
  • Getting a New Role
  • Key Career Points
  • Mentoring and Coaching
  • Finance for Non – Specialist
  • Understanding Different Sectors
  • Understanding Culture
  • Dealing with Challenges
  • Dealing with Difficult people
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