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Strong work ethics are the sure short path to successful career.

Strong Work Ethics or Employability Skills 
Each company looks for a different mix of skills and experience depending on the business it’s in. Yet it’s not possible enough to be a functional expert in every field. But certainly to complement these unique core competencies, there are certain “Employability skills” every company looks for in a potential hire. While your education and experience may make you eligible to apply for a job, to be successful in the role you will need to exhibit a mix of skills: This means that the specialist, technical skills associated with different roles may be less important than the ‘soft skills’ that can be transferred between different jobs and different employment sectors. We all need to be flexible in our working patterns and be prepared to change jobs or sectors if we believe there are better opportunities elsewhere to suit your job profile. In order to be flexible we need a set of ‘transferable skills’ – skills that are not specific to one particular career path but are generic across all employment sectors. Employers are often looking for skills that go beyond qualifications and experience. For employers, getting the right people means identifying people with the right skills and qualities to fulfil the role and contribute to the organization’s success.

Well, what are the Employability or transferable Skills?  Do you possess these skills sets?

Employability skills are those skills necessary for getting, sustaining and being successful in a job. They are the skills and attitudes that enable employees to get along with their colleagues, to make critical decisions, solve problems, develop respect and ultimately become strong ambassadors for the organization. Employability skills are the foundation of your career building blocks and they are frequently referenced in the job market as lacking in school-leavers, graduates and those already in employment. Organizations spend a lot of time and money training staff, not in job specific areas but in general and basic skills. In times of high unemployment, employers have more choice of applicants and will favour those with well-rounded employability skills. While different roles require different skill sets and abilities the below outlined transferable or employable skills are desirable across all employment sectors.

Interpersonal Skills

Interpersonal skills are vital when seeking employment and may be the single most important factor for many recruiters. Interpersonal skills are the skills we use to interact with other people.

Good interpersonal skills allow you to participate effectively as a member of a team, satisfy customers and clients’ expectations, negotiate, make decisions, manage your time efficiently, take responsibility, and work effectively with other employees.  Well-developed interpersonal skills allow us to empathize and build rapport with colleagues and clients, leading to a better working environment which can be less stressful.

Effective Communication Skills with business related jargons: –

Employers look for people who communicate well both verbally and in writing. If you are either applying for a job or looking for a promotion with your current employer, you will need to demonstrate good communication skills. The ability to communicate both verbally and in writing with a wide variety of people, maintain good eye contact, write clearly and concisely, demonstrate a varied vocabulary with relevant jargons and tailor your language to your audience are all essential skills that employers seek out. Good verbal and written communication means you can get your messages across effectively with less chance of misunderstanding.

Effective Listening Skills

Similarly, the most important and vital is the listening skills which involve not only hearing but also gaining and understanding information. Listening is a basic requirement leading to fewer mistakes and a greater understanding of the needs of employer and client. As your career progresses, the importance of communication skills increases since as well as creativity, people skills, and an aptitude for teamwork, the ability to speak and write with clarity and conciseness is essential for any job profile.

Critical Thinking Skills

The ability to solve problems and help in making decisions can be a huge asset to your employer and these are therefore desirable skills to develop. Decision making and problem solving require gathering reliable information, evaluating the information for a variety of solutions and selecting the most appropriate option based on the criteria and situation. Although the ability to solve problems and make appropriate decisions are critical in any job, people with these skills are especially helpful in customer service and front desk positions.

The ability to be able to effectively plan and organize means that you as an efficient team member, or leader with your great team management skills, who are more likely to get the job done correctly the first time.  These skills are beneficial to employers as they save time and money. Planning and organization also require the recording of information (maybe in a report) which can be referred to when planning future projects.

Creative thinkers are innovative and inventive and are more likely to come up with new ways of doing things that add value to the work environment, making systems and procedures more efficient.  Creative thinkers can offer new perspectives about the job and the company.

Personal Excellence

Personal Excellence is all about having the right attitude with right body language towards work and the organization you work for.  Employers look for people who are keen to develop and learn. Lifelong learners are always valued in organizations. In order to stay ahead of the competition, organizations need to continually learn and develop better ways of doing things. The employee who is open to learning and embraces change will be more successful than the person who is afraid of learning and resistant to changes in the organization.  Most jobs involve change, some more frequently than others, and employers want people who are adaptable, flexible, and patient, and respond who well to change. Personal Excellence is also concerned with how individuals evolve their working practices and attitudes to work.  Self-motivation and confidence and discipline are the key areas of personal excellence as is personal appearance and how others perceive you.

Self-management skills, also known as ‘self-awareness’, are the skills we use to manage our personal feelings and how we react to challenges and problems both at work and in our private lives.  Personal development includes learning to avoid potentially negative emotions such as anger and stress while developing assertiveness and effective negotiation skills.

Presentation Skills

Presenting information clearly and effectively is a key skill in the work place and presentation skills are required in almost every modern employment area.

Whether you are an administrator, manager or executive, you should expect to present your ideas and findings to your work colleagues and external stakeholders. Presenting information does not just include making formal presentations – information could be presented in the form of notes, reports, research findings, business plans, scenario planning, and strategic documents. You may well be asked to give a presentation of your achievement and accomplishments as part of your initial interview.

Leadership skills

Leadership is the ability to influence others toward the achievement of a goal. Leaders either have, or are perceived to have, strong self-confidence. Leaders are team players, allowing them to work in a group to achieve the best results for their employer. Leaders show social skills by respecting the thoughts, opinions and ideas of others – they gain the respect of others and aim for credibility.

Basic Numeracy (Number Skills)

Numeracy involves an understanding of numerical data, statistics and graphs, and is also part of making decisions and reasoning. Numeracy skills are very important, irrespective of whether you consider a job to be “working with numbers”. Having competence and being confident in working with numbers is a skill that can be used to your advantage in a wide range of employment settings: for example, knowing how profitable a company is, understanding value for money when purchasing and ordering supplies, following a budget or just calculating your holiday time. Being able to understand and analyze data in different formats is considered an essential skill in many organizations.

Basic Digital Skills

Most people need some IT skills to find work today. Acquiring basic IT skills and being familiar with using a computer may open up a wide range of employment opportunities and increase your marketability in the workplace. It is likely that a modern job will require you to be familiar with at least some computer applications. Computer literacy means understanding what computers can and cannot do. Even if you know that you will not be using a computer in your job, it is well worth your while learning some of the basics of information technology, for example how to send and receive emails, use the internet effectively, and use word processor and spreadsheet software.

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GUARANTEE YOUR DREAM JOB IF YOU MASTER YOUR PROFILE POSITVELY

Firstly, how to Answer Interview Questions About Your Dream Job

“Tell me about your dream job?” or What are your future prospects? Where do you see your self in future? can be a tricky interview questions. Very very Important – Even though your dream job might have nothing to do with the job you’re interviewing for, don’t mention it if it’s not related. Instead, make an effort to connect your answer to the position you’re interviewing for.

Wondering Why Do Interviewers Ask This Question?

In the interview, your potential employer will likely focus on figuring out whether or not you have the right skills to be successful in the job. However, they’ll also be interested in how committed and motivated you are to perform the job, and whether or not you will be satisfied with the position. These interview questions help interviewers assess your motivation. Your response may also offer a glimpse into your values, attitude, passions, and priorities as an employee. However, they’ll also be interested in how motivated you are to perform the job, and whether or not you will be satisfied with the position. This interview question helps interviewers assess your motivation. Your response may also offer a glimpse into your values, passions, and priorities as an employee.

What to Mention? Ideally, your response to the question should reference some elements of the job at hand connected to the profile you are applying for. For example, if the position is a customer service job, you might say that your dream job would have a high level of interaction with customers. You can highlight your attitude and interpersonal skills. You can also focus on the industry in your response to this question: – If you are applying for a job at Hotel Industry, you can mention your passion for great customer service. Another option is to frame your answer around your ideal company culture and work environment. For instance, you might say you’re eager to work in a collaborative environment or to be a part of a passionate team. Just make sure the environment you mention is a match for the culture in the position’s workplace.

In order to prepare your answer, brainstorm what appeals and suitable to you about the job: –

  • Do you enjoy solving problems, or mediating conflicts?
  • Do you thrive under pressure? Are you a proactive person? Do you take initiative? Are you always willing to learn?
  • Do you consider yourself a “people person” who likes to engage with clients or with the larger community?
  • Go back to the job listing repeatedly, and look through the job description and requirements to find what most excites and interests you about the position. In your answer, you can refer both to skills and attitude you currently have and want to use, and ones that you think you’ll be able to develop in the position. Your profile can also include skills you enjoy using and the type of company culture you thrive in. Make sure some of those elements match the description of the job for which you are applying.

Do Share performance related Examples and achievement

Your answer can be more convincing if you reflect on why you found these types of activities rewarding in the past, and how your skill set matches the type of job you’re after. Be ready to share some examples of how you have enjoyed utilizing those skills in the past. Focus on the Present and the Future: Another way to answer the question is to mention a certain goal you would like to reach through your “dream job.”

Ultimately, the key to answering “Tell me about your dream job?” is to convey your long-term interest in a high-level position, without overshadowing your interest in the job you’re applying for.

Very important: – What Not to Mention in Your Response

As with any open-ended questions, it’s easy to feel like anything goes. But you’re still in a job interview, and your responses will be closely examined. Answers that are overly grandiose — my dream job is CEO, for instance — are off-putting. And if your dream job is to write novels professionally or become a sommelier, that’s information best kept to yourself during an interview for a staff accountant position. Here are some other things to avoid in your response:

Specific job titles: Keep the focus on the skills aspect of roles, and do not name specific job titles. So, What’s Your Dream Job? Sample Answers

What I look for in a job, and what I love about this customer service representative position, is the ability to utilize my communication, interpersonal and customer service skills. I love interacting with customers and understand the issues and effectively problem solving with them. Down the road, after becoming an expert in your product line, work culture and developing strong relationships with your customers, I would love to work in sales and marketing. My dream job involves an extensive amount of teamwork, such as regular staff meetings and group projects. I love that this job emphasizes communication among colleagues and between management and staff. My previous job was 50% team projects, and I am excited to continue that kind of teamwork and open communication environment here. My dream job would allow me to develop confidence and relationship for a variety of companies. I love getting to know different clients and developing content to suit their unique needs. For example, in my last job, I worked for clients in industries ranging from healthcare to education and received praise for my work with a variety of companies. I love that this job would allow me to work with a range of clients.

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Keys to a successful interview – preparation and practice

Key Interview Skills

Self-evaluation It is important for you to think well about yourself and your past experiences.

Before the Interview – Research the Company: – Know well about company policies and culture.

Practice Interview:  Practice interview situation and questions enough to feel confident. Dress Professionally: – Be aware of the dress code. Arrival – Try to arrive at the interview location a little early.

During the Interview: First impressions – First impressions take only thirty seconds. Establishing rapport, direct and sustained eye contact, a firm handshake, a warm smile, good posture, and introducing yourself in a confident manner are important ingredients.

Smile – A smile denotes confidence in a candidate.

Body Language – Use good posture, and look the interviewer right in the eye. Sit up straight. Never slouch.

Speak Clearly – Don’t mumble. It portrays a lack of confidence. Speak with assurance. This indicates confidence.  Listen Before Answering – Allow the employer to begin the interview, but be prepared with some opening statements or questions such as, “I understand that this position involves.

Give Brief Answers – Make your answer concise and to the point. Rambling tends to suggest that you really don’t have the answer to the question(s) asked. Previous Employers – Never, ever say anything negative about your present or previous employers. No matter how much you may have disliked someone, find a way to give your experiences a positive spin.

Be Truthful – Don’t lie when asked about something you haven’t done. The next question will be “tell us about it. Know Your Resume – Be prepared to talk about every fact that is on your resume. Keep things at a professional level.

After the Interview. Back in Touch – Ask the interviewer when s/he expects to get back to you on her/his decision. Get Everyone’s Business Card – Before you leave, be sure to get the business cards of all of the people with whom you visited. If you cannot do that, ask a secretary for their names and e-mail addresses. Thank the Interviewer – Verbally thank the interviewer for taking the time to interview you, before leaving. Within a day, send thank -you letter to all of the interviewers with whom you spoke. This does not need to cons

Important General questions: –

  • Tell me about yourself.
  • What are your key experiences and accomplishments?
  • How would you rank your achievements?
  • What are your strengths and weaknesses?
  • How would your friends describe you?
  • Explain your reason for leaving your current job.
  • What are the most important things to you in a job?
  • What do you value in a supervisor?
  • How would you describe your management style?
  • What appeals to you about this job and organization?
  • Describe the ideal position in our company.
  • What qualities do you think make someone successful in our industry?
  • What would you like me to know most that is not on your resume?
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A workshop on personality development – A key to crack interview for job was conducted on 8th March, 2018 in Aravali College of Advance Studies, Faridabad. 

A workshop on personality development – A key to crack interview for job was conducted on 8th March, 2018 in the college campus. In this interactive session the following topics were covered :

• interview structure and expectations

• Interview preparation steps and tips

• Components of Effective CV and covering letter

• Body Language and Etiquettes

• Effective language skills

• Stages of an interview

• Common and expected questions.

• Developing effective answers.

Indeed very interactive workshop ended very successfully . Various activities and games were also conducted which created the interest in the students and enhanced their creativity skills.  Workshop helped students to learn many professional skills and techniques which will be helpful for them to crack the teaching related interviews.  A must for any organisation or collage.  Interested? contact for a session : Delhi – 9205467621

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Parenting Seminars

Thumb rules – Parenting is very simple.

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There are tons of books and blogs that teach us how to be a good parent, but it’s really very simple. Try one of these simple habits every day and watch how it transforms your family and your home!
1. Smile smile smile  🙂
When we smile at our children it’s showing them love and acceptance. Our smile eases our children’s worries. Our smile calms them. Our smile breaks down walls, causing them to open up to us. Our smile shows our children they are accepted and loved.  Make a point to smile at your child whenever you make eye contact. Let your smile greet your children at the start of the day, and meet them throughout it.
2. Speak softly.
You may have seen this phenomena before . . . the louder you get, the louder your kids get. Or maybe your kids are already loud and you have to raise your voice to speak over them. What to do instead? Speak softly. Whether it is asking your child about what he wants for breakfast or asking him to do any task, approach him, lean in, and speak low and soft. Your child will often respond in the same and will be much more likely to follow you,
3. Say exactly what you mean.
“Instead of saying, “Please pick up your puzzle,” I ask, “Who left this puzzle on the table? Is this where you’re supposed to leave it?” Also, for some reason it feels nicer when I say, “Why don’t we go clean our bedroom?” instead of, “Please pick up all your toys in your room.” direct commands—in a nice way, of course.
4. Solicit help 
Ask for help when it is needed. Don’t play the martyr. Share your needs and be specific with the type of help you need. Finally, number your requests to make it easier for kids to follow.
5. Surrender your idea of who your kids should be.
Before your kids sre born You must had an expectation of what parenting would look like and how kids would be. One of the greatest struggles has been trying to fit our kids into our ideal, instead of discovering children’s unique personality, talents, and struggles. When We embrace our children—just as they are—We are able to better understand how to train up each unique child.
Sit down and write out each of your children’s strengths and weaknesses. Then write down what you can do to help her develop her strengths and what can you do to help her combat her weaknesses. If your child is old enough, discuss these things with her. Choose one area to work on a week and praise change!
Dear Parents I am excited to hear how these super simple habits work for you. Let me know if possible.😊🙏

 

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SUMMER WORKSHOPS FOR CHILDREN PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT

Dear Parents,

EXCELMINDS SUMMER WORKSHOP
EXCELMINDS SUMMER WORKSHOP

Summer Vacation are the right time to pursue those special skills which are very useful for overall personality development of children.  DEBATE, ELOCUTION, CREATIVE WRITING, READING SKILLS, MIND MAPPING TECHNIQUES, STRESS BUSTERS TECHNIQUE, QUESTION PAPER SOLVING SKILLS,  PRESENTATION SKILLS, STAGE SHOW, DRAMA SKILLS.  Its time to start planning about inculcating these skills in our children right now.  Do you want your child to get equipped with these wonderful skills?  EXCEL MINDS WORKSHOPS are ready to start Summer Workshop during the month of July and August for all the age groups.  Hurry Enroll your child : +973 39364820 whatsapp msg, mail jainkamleshjain@gmail.com or reply heres

schedule : July 18 onwards till August end. VENUE : ADILYA, Opp Fudrucker, BBK bank.

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JOIN AND DISCOVER THE INNER JOY – REIKI WORKSHOP LEVEL 1 & 2

COME AND DISCOVER YOURSELF – REIKI WORKSHOP 12TH FEB FRIDAY & 13TH FEB SATURDAY 3.30-7 PM

A Reiki training class is a course where a person becomes initiated to the powerful Japanese healing technique of Reiki (pronounced ray-kee). Discovered by Dr. Mikao Usui around 1922, the term Reiki meansREIKI ‘Universal Life Force Energy’ in Japanese. This healing life force energy, which is present all around us, flows through a Reiki practitioner once he or she has been attuned (r initiated) to Reiki in a training class or course. Once the Reiki student has been opened up to this energy, he or she can then act like a conduit for this powerful vibrational frequency we call Reiki to flow through them. The energy can move to themselves and their healing, to other people and animals, and to situations and objects. Virtually anything can be given Reiki! Though the Reiki energy is not limited by space or time.  JOIN 39644374 , 39364820

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EMPOWER YOUR CHILDREN with POWERFUL REIKI ENERGY AND AFFIRMATIONS- DEAR PARENTS DO WATCH YOUR WORDS :

1b4c4c6399279dd519fc809e98a49460Many of us have heard of what are called “limiting beliefs”.  These are beliefs about ourselves that are programmed and have been there most of our lives.  They’re often REMARKS that someone made many years ago that stuck and we accepted them as fact.  Here are an excellent examples of limiting beliefs.

In the beginning Baby elephants are always tethered to a strong rope which in turn is tied to a stake in the ground. Try as much, the baby elephant is unable to free itself as the rope as well as the stake are stronger than its strength. After numerous tries, the baby elephant abandons its attempt to be free and accepts the leash as part of life. A new belief has been installed in it that it cannot break free from the rope. Years pass and the baby elephant has now transformed into a full fledged adult elephant with enormous strength. However, the limiting belief still exists in its mind. So, even though it can now easily break the rope because of its huge strength, it does not do so, because it “thinks” that the rope is stronger than itself. In fact, there are stories where, a circus tent caught fire and elephants burned to death because they would not run in spite of the fire because they “thought” that they could not break the rope.

Are you too programming your child’s mind with these limiting beliefs? like: “Why did you only get a B when you could have got an A?” or “Your sister can figure it out, why can’t you?” or “Why would you want to do that?  You’ll never make any money”.  When parents say such comments their intention is to motivate their children to do better; to strive for something higher. But Do children see it that way?  No not really! What they hear is “You don’t measure up” or “You’ll never amount to anything” or “Nothing you do impresses me”. Those words become part of lasting effect of the comments and limiting beliefs. We all have triggers, and people close to us can easily activate those triggers with their words or actions that might remind us of a criticism we heard repeatedly when we were growing up. Hence dear Parents ALWAYS WATCH YOUR WORDS – empower your children with these powerful REIKI and affirmations.

  • I am healthy, happy and peaceful person.
  • I am always doing the best always.
  • I focus on the positive and attract only good things to myself.
  • I believe in me and My dreams are coming true.
  • I create a beautiful, joyful day for myself.
  • I deserve good things and getting effortlessly.

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Very successfully completed “Wish Comes true” Seminar

Dear Friends,
Do you feel things are not moving in right direction inspite of your complete efforts? Then come and experience. “Wish Comes true” Seminar for Unlocking your Mind Power and potential. Experience yourself and see the change.  contact                                   ‘If You Can Change What You Believe Then You Can Change Your Life At Will’

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