Unit 10 - EMPLOYMENT COMMUNICATIONS Fundamentals of...

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EMPLOYMENT COMMUNICATIONS Fundamentals of Business Communication: Unit 10
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Unit Objectives To understand the concept and importance of networking To understand the concept and importance of competencies To understand how to conduct an employment self analysis To understand how to research prospective employers
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Unit Objectives To understand the purpose of a resumé To understand several types of resumés – chronological, functional, electronic To understand how to construct an effective resumé To understand how to write a solicited job application letter
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Unit Objectives To understand how to write an unsolicited job application letter To understand how to prepare for an interview To understand the concept of a behavioral interview To be familiar with typical behavioral interview questions
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Unit Objectives To understand the concept of an assessment center To understand how to behave during an interview meal To understand how to write an interview thank you latter To understand the basics of follow up
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Networking From U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
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“Cringe Free” Networking From www.employmentspot.co m Look for ways to expand your business network Know what you want from a contact and what you can offer that person Contact the person Follow up with your contact regularly
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Competencies What are they? Why do employers look for them?
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Typical Competencies Teamwork Communications Influencing Customer Focus Analytical Skills Leadership Accountability Results Orientation Problem Solving Planning and Organizing Judgment Attention to detail Initiative Integrity Project Management Innovation
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Sample Competency Model 1
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Cluster One
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Cluster Two
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Cluster Three
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Sample Competency Model 2 Sample Competency Model 2
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Envision • Visionary Perspective • Strategic Thinking Energize • Influences and Motivates Others • Coaches Others • Builds and Sustains Relationships Edge • Initiative • Risk Taking • Resilience Execute • Multitasking • Prioritizing • Financial Analysis Ethics and Character • Personal Productivity • Professional Integrity • Stress Tolerance • Maintains Composure 18 • Planning and Organizing • Process Improvement • Social Perceptiveness • Team Leadership • Empowerment Skills • Resourcefulness • Makes Sound Decisions • Global Perspective • Leads Change Example Competency Model with Associated Enablers
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Coplin’s Top Ten 1. Establishing a Work Ethic 2. Developing Physical Skills 3. Communicating Verbally 4. Communicating in Writing 5. Working Directly with People 6. Influencing People 7. Gathering Information 8. Using Quantitative Tools 9. Asking and Answering the Right Questions 10. Solving Problems
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What are my key strengths? What are qualities that may need
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2010 for the course BUSORG 1101 taught by Professor Neff during the Spring '08 term at Pittsburgh.

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