Regardless of what you do for a living, every kind of workplace is changing. To stay employable means becoming a lifelong learner. Evaluate and document what you know how to do well: create a personal curriculum for what you can improve. Ten skills sets, from financial literacy to workplace writing to sales to knowing how to learn new technologies, can give you a plan for furthering your career.
- Introduction: What Does It Mean To Stay Employable?
- The Key Idea: Stay Up-To-Date With Your Job Skills
- Using The Plus/Delta Model To Evaluate Your Abilities
- The Ten Skill Sets And How To Use Them
- Translate Skill Sets Into Specific Activities
- Sources Of Self-Directed Learning Opportunities
- Coaching Other People Through This Process
- Identify strengths and what can be stronger.
- Design a personal training plan.
- Know what your workplace expects next.