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Class 2 - Skillset

Class 2 - Skillset - BGMT 367 Identifying Your Skill Set...

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BGMT 367 Identifying Your Skill Set
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2 Agenda Review Last Week Clip of the Week Focusing on YOU Assessing your Strengths Where to go for Help Turning Strengths to Marketable Skills Mapping your Skills to the Job Description Looking Ahead Writing your Resume 2
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3 Clip of the Week http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LCggmsCXk4 3
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4 Forget About Everyone Else for a Second… 1. What would YOU do if money didn t matter? 2. What would YOU do if money did matter? 3. How far apart are those two answers? Even if the answers are far apart, how can you incorporate Answer 1 into Answer 2 (or visa versa) •. Doing this ahead of time is key, because it sets the baseline once you start getting offers or assessing companies. Career path Opportunities Salary Location Just like looking for a school 4
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5 Assessing Your Strengths 5
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6 If you want extra help in determining what your personality attributes, strengths and areas of interest might be, there are a number of assessments available on campus that can help you: The Office of Career Management offers both the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Career Leader . If you would like to take either the MBTI or Career Leader, contact a career coach at the OCM and they will give you permission electronically for the tests and send you an email with instructions. The MBTI indicates your personality preferences and provides insight regarding work settings and situation that will most likely compliment or challenge your personality type. (http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi- win/JTypes2.asp) Career Leader measures your interests, abilities, and work reward values and ties them to various business career paths.
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