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5 Skills Assessment Tips for the Career-Minded
During the interview process, potential employers will be assessing the potential value you might bring to their organization. Learn how to proactively use skills assessments to define your strengths and identify opportunities for development.
- How do your professional skills align with the needs of the organization?
- Can you do the job?
- Do you have leadership potential?
- What's your Learnability Quotient – the desire and ability to learn new skills to be employable for the long-term.
- Pay for a professional skills or personality assessment and leverage the results to identify your strengths and get ideas on how to promote yourself to an employer.
- Find a career coach to help you better understand your value to employers - often the objective perspective of a trained expert can help build your confidence too.
- Take personal inventory. Rather than look at job history, make a list of skills you bring to your work and rank them. Try to evaluate this from your employer's perspective.
- Ask your boss, a co-worker, or trusted friend to provide you with feedback - what do they see are your strengths and areas for development.
- Consider this question: “If I could do any job in the world without pay, what would it be?” What skills are required for that job? Are you qualified for that position?
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