Future Career Advise
Saturday, 11 July 2020
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Upon your completion of the competence self-assessment, review the following:

Areas of Strength

  • Look at the list of the assessed competence and indicate these competence, where your rating score from the self-assessment is 16-25 (You can use for it the table below).
  • These are your strong competence (Areas of Strength).

Competence

Your rating score

16-25

Professional knowledge


Task-oriented organisation of work


Interpersonal relations


IT skills and literacy


Learning and development


Decision-making


Planning and organizing


Teamwork


Leadership


Strategic thinking and scenario-building


Project Management


Communication


Customer service


Reasoning and problem solving

 

  • These competences can be transferable when you are looking for a new job on labor market or new work position.
  • If you are looking for a job, try to find a possible job positions /occupations on labor market, where the use of these competences is essential (means that it would be impossible to be successful without application of these competence).
  • See the map below with some examples of job positions/occupations where the following competence used in the VOW+IPLM e-tool are essential.

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Competence from the VOW+IPLM Assessment

Possible job position / occupation for future activity

Manager

Human Resources Manager

Project Manager

Consultant

Sale Agent

Trainer

Professional knowledge

Task-oriented organisation of work

Interpersonal relations

IT skills and literacy

Learning and development

Decision-making

Planning and organizing

Teamwork

Leadership

Strategic thinking and scenario-building

Project Management

Communication

Customer service

Reasoning and problem solving

  • You can follow the above examples and try to find other job-positions on your labor market.
  • Create your portfolio for demonstrating your competences (areas of strength) to prospective employers. How to create your Portfolio, see the section Self Assessment/My Portfolio on the VOW+IPLM platform.
  • Even the assessed competences are common for many domains/sectors of activity we give you some example/suggestions were the following competence used in the VOW+IPLM e-tool are essential.

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Competence from the VOW+IPLM Assessment

Possible domain for future activity

Human Resources

Marketing

Financial

Administrative

Learning & training

Project management

Professional knowledge

Task-oriented organisation of work

Interpersonal relations

IT skills and literacy

Learning and development

Decision-making

Planning and organizing

Teamwork

Leadership

Strategic thinking and scenario-building

Project Management

Communication

Customer service

Reasoning and problem solving

Areas for Development

  • Look at the list of the assessed competence and indicate these competence, where your rating score from the self-assessment is 6-16 (You can use for it the table below).
  • These competence should be considered as your priorities for learning and competencies development.

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Competence

Your rating score

6-15

Professional knowledge

Task-oriented organisation of work

Interpersonal relations

IT skills and literacy

Learning and development

Decision-making

Planning and organizing

Teamwork

Leadership

Strategic thinking and scenario-building

Project Management

Communication

Customer service

Reasoning and problem solving

  • To determine whether the competency is considered as a “priority learning area”, reflect on the following points:
  • Ask yourself, “which of these competence are essential to the achievement of future career results in the next 6-12 months?”
  • Make a list with priorities for learning and development of these competences that you are considered to be “Important” for your future work position (“Important” means that it would be difficult to be successful without application of these competence).
  • These competencies you are required to continuously maintain current knowledge and skills to be effective in your future career position.
  • Be realistic as you identify learning and development priorities. Consider working toward one to two learning goals in the next 6-12 months.
  • You can use the following sheet for your learning plan:

My learning plan:

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My learning goals

Why is this learning goal important to my role?

How will I accomplish

this goal?

What are potential

obstacles to learning and how will I handle these?

How will I show that I met my learning goal?

Time frames for

completion

Keep your learning plan in view. This will help you to stay focused on achieving your learning goals.

Areas for further development

  • Look at the list of the assessed competence and indicate these competence, where your rating score from the self-assessment is 0-5  (You can use for it the table below).
  • These are your weak competence (areas for further development).

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Competence

Your rating score

0-5

Professional knowledge

Task-oriented organisation of work

Interpersonal relations

IT skills and literacy

Learning and development

Decision-making

Planning and organizing

Teamwork

Leadership

Strategic thinking and scenario-building

Project Management

Communication

Customer service

Reasoning and problem solving

  • Ask yourself, “which competence from this list can be considered as a relevant for your future job position/occupation and can be helpful for your success in future career”.
  • Indicate these competences and follow acheter du cialis en ligne the rules described in the section “Area for development”.

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