So last week, HR Focus was on how to build a strong online presence as an undergrad or a job seeker in this digital age.
The previous episodes of HR Focus has been an eye opener for us all ( me inclusive). We all have learnt a lot over the past months. But today I want us to look at how to build your career. When you graduate from school, what next?
Today, I want us to look at the concluding part of our soft skills series which started last week. Just a little recap, last week, we looked at communication skills (written and verbal), team work and adaptability.
Every graduate has a degree but what distinguishes one graduate from the other are “soft skills”. There are thousand and one graduates out there with a degree in marketing ,engineering, accounting etc. but what gives you a competitive edge is your soft skills.
Today on HR Focus, I would like to share something interesting I discovered on the internet. So in my quest to find a Masters program that perfectly matches my interests and passions, I took a test that revealed my personality profile.
Today's business environment is rapidly changing. The business environment requires innovators. Global market conditions and new technologies constantly forces us to become innovative.
Most successful businesses we celebrate today are innovations of young people. Talk of the social media Mogul Mark Zuckerberg.
Today, our focus is on the career advancement or business connection kind of networking. Therefore, I define networking as an avenue where persons or group of peoplemeet to forge mutual relationships, create, or act upon opportunities, share information and seek potential partners for the greater socioeconomic good.