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Career Move

 
   

If you are thinking of your next career move, first have a clear career goal and a plan and then acquire key competencies that are relevant for the desired plan to achieve that goal. There has to be a serious self evaluation before you begin action on your next career move. Does a complete knowledge check-up of the area you are interested in? This would involve an analysis of the opportunities that are present in your present sector/industry and what specific course will bring the desired goal

 
   
A professional need to ask these questions?  
   

Am I in an industry with a future?

 

Am in a role in the industry that has a future in the industry or wider?

 

Do I have the skills needed to surge ahead in the career track?

 

Do I need to develop additional skills?

 

Do I need to need to change career and in such a case do I have the skills that I need?

 
Do I have the background and personal abilities to make these competencies  

Do the Management or the corporate environment provides the opportunity for growth?

 

Importance of developing Key- Competencies-constant re- skilling is the need of the day.

 
   

Employees who constant re-skill themselves ,who actively solicit feedback while working at developing relevant competencies will be leaders and those who sit back and wait for someone to tell them what they need to do -demonstrate a lack of competencies to succeed in a demanding world. Today, companies need people who can think out-of-the-box. A team builder and motivator is what everybody is looking for. He has to be a very good communicator and very sensitive, who understands social forces working within the office and outside. Communication skills matter more than technical skills.

 
   

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Salary Negotiations - Is that your best offer?

 
 

Dealing with the salary question is often the most difficult interview question facing job seekers. Most job seekers feel understandably anxious, embarrassed and uncomfortable when the time comes to discuss salaries. Advice such as "never bring up the issue of salary, let the interviewer say it first," is rarely helpful if you don't have any idea of how to respond when the topic does come up.

 
 
     
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