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Competency Awareness: What am I capable of and how do I present it?

Veranstaltung 2019-32

Date: 15.07. and 16.07.2019, 9 - 5 pm

Venue: SFG 1060

Trainer: Dr. Monika Clausen, Zurich

Throughout our lives - particularly during education and work - we acquire a multitude of different competencies. However, few of us are aware of the competencies we have developed. This unawareness might lead to a disadvantageous presentation of our specific strengths in critical situations like during application procedures. In this workshop we aim to change this.


Content

  • Competencies in our working world: Expectations of different labor markets
  • Unique selling points: Identification of unique and individual strengths
  • Proofing competences: How to verify skills convincingly
  • Skill-driven questions in job interviews: Emphasizing your competences

Objectives

  • Learn to categorize different kinds of competences
  • Learn to tune your application documents to the needs of the market
  • Learn how to identify and to proof your key competencies
  • Learn to answer skill-driven questions convincingly and strategically. This will enhance your performance during interviews

Methodology

  • Theoretical inputs
  • Group, couple, and individual exercises, plenary discussions
  • Role plays

 

Registration

To book your place in this workshop (course number 2019-32), please fill out this registration form.

Trainer: Dr. Monika Clausen

Dr. Monika Clausen, trainer and coach for industrial partners, university clients and individuals. She offers her own training curriculum covering a broad spectrum of career related topics, bringing in a rich and manifold professional background (head of shared services center, head hunter, postdoc fellow at ETH and University of Zurich, PhD plant science at the Salk Institute in San Diego).

Aktualisiert von: Imke Girßmann