In this program Eve Ash, Psychologist and Founder Seven Dimensions, interviews Peter Wallbridge, HR Consultant to explore some practical advice and strategies. Peter Wallbridge says we need personal capabilities to do well even when times are tough:
- What is career resilience?
- Ask for feedback
- Distinctive competencies
- The benefits of volunteering
- Find a good mentor
- Elevator pitch: be distinctive
- A positive future perspective
- List capabilities & achievements
- Support from hr & career experts
- Turning a retrenchment into an opportunity
- Courage to change
Interactive eLearning course
This video program is also available as a short stimulating eLearning course with interactive learning modules, recap activities, inline video and quiz assessments, designed to engage learners and build skills.
Career Resilience is a course designed to develop career resilience. In uncertain economic times, everyone needs a toolkit of personal capabilities and emotional competencies to steer them through change while taking charge and looking forwards, not backwards. It provides practical strategies to identify your unique competencies and find opportunities to develop from volunteering and seeking help from a mentor.
Once this course is completed, you will have learned what it takes to do well when times are tough or when it feels as though your career has hit a wall. You will be able to develop your distinctive competencies, a distinctive elevator pitch and will be motivated to seek support from HR and career experts.
elearning course learning objectives
- Identify career resilience components
- Build a toolkit of personal capabilities to do well even when times are tough
- Ask for feedback to identify your distinctive competencies
- Identify helpful strategies, e.g. volunteering, a good mentor, support from HR or career experts
- Use an elevator pitch that is distinctive
- Adopt a positive future perspective, find opportunity and have courage to change;
List your capabilities and achievements
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